Collection of Tint2 executors

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#161

Yawn… Welcome to hell the office…


#162

Maybe this will give some ideas:

Package installer

I’m still reading up on this void distro. It’s almost like a BSD distro, but not.


#163

Yes, this wiki, together with this one are my schedule for this weekend. Scripts needed some modification, too, but it’s already done.


#164

The original developer (the one that vanished, I think) was a NetBSD developer when he developed the xbps package manager.


#165

They did a good job. @LionessAlana would be jealous of the number of packages. :wink:


#166

Gee, 585 packs , my BL install s bloat with @ 1036 , been removing some real quick, guess I have some work to do !lol


#167

That’s true. But, I’m guessing, if she can find a way… :grin:


#168

Won’t be much more. I’ve already installed almost everything I need here. Alright, PyCharm doesn’t count, as I always install it manually, not as a package.


#169

Pretty impressive @nwg


#170

Actually I don’t care much of numbers. On my main machine I keep installed everything I need to test my stuff, e.g. 3 IDEs, 4 various AUR helpers, and even GNOME, which I haven’t launched for months. One day the Augean stables will be cleaned up.

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#171

lol, one extreme to the other so to speak !


#172

@nwg Heyy, no fair, Void is cheating :joy:


#173

lol, you bet @LionessAlana


#174

t2ec 1.0-3: wrong battery full icon path fixed.


#175

@PackRat A few days ago I praised the Xbps-src docs, as it turns out - too early. It gave me a real headache. After long martyrdom I managed to build the psuinfo package. I’d be grateful if you had a look at it. Of course I’ve not yet submitted it to repos.


#176

Can’t get xbps-install or xbps-query to recognize your package. Not sure I’m using the local repository correctly though. Never used one before.


#177

Having xtools installed, I just used the xi psuinfo command, as they advice in Xbps-src Wiki. Maybe I should setup a clean testing environment on VM…

Generally on Void things go well as long, as they go well. When something breaks, you realize there’s hardly any help on the web. Yesterday I wasted hours on the “SHA256 hash is not valid: Numerical result out of range” error, and Google offered exactly 0 search results. Finally I found a solution, searching void-packages on GitHub. :smiley:


#178

I tried the xtools as well; wouldn’t install. Looked like the package was assembled correctly.

You have to become a registered user of freenode, but once you do that, you can log into their irc channel and talk to the developers. That’s where they hang out.


#179

Haha! I’m on the web since 1999, but never ever used IRC. Maybe I should try before I die. :wink:


#180

Hmmm, looks well to me: