pamac-classic has to been updated to v. 6.7.0
The patch for libalpm is already included in release 2 of pamac 6.6.4
Ok, I missed that, thank you!
faenzaflattr still need to be in the repos? does it still work?
Apparently all the
boxit pacakges still point to
gnome-shell-extension-arc-menu should point to new gitlab: https://gitlab.com/LinxGem33/Arc-Menu
i3scrot needs to point to ‘classic’ - https://classicforum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=31977.msg261964#msg261964
isousb - https://classicforum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=3682
(if indeed those are still the right places to go)
Thanks. Updated on unstable branch.
New versions of some X-Apps available from upstream:
Pix 1.8.2 (We have 1.8.1 in repo): https://github.com/linuxmint/pix/releases/tag/1.8.2
Xed 1.8.3 (We have 1.8.1 in repo): https://github.com/linuxmint/xed/releases/tag/1.8.3
XPlayer 1.8.3 (We have 1.8.2 in repo): https://github.com/linuxmint/xplayer/releases/tag/1.8.3
Thank you. Done.
for couriosity I tried to install
mintstick from community repo, but could not resolve dependency for
python2-pyparted wich is not in repos, only in AUR. Maintainer is @fhdk . If we want to keep it in community repo, we should resolve dependency.
I discovered today the packages had disappeared from the repos so I have just uploaded the rebuild packages to unstable and testing.
Which branch are you on?
I m out now… I come back on 13/8… (holiday time) if not already rebuild i can do it after this date…
I’m on testing.
What advantage have mint stick comparated isotousb and imagewriter? As i can see is only a program write in python no longer maintained by Mint team ( since not have write a good readme in Mint repository)
Looks still maintained according to the Github repository.
It just doesn’t have a good and complete readme. lol
It is reliable.
It is reasonably fast.
It does not write to your hard drive by accident.
It can format a stick
It uses polkit
Don’t know, just wanted to try (for our mint newcommers).
O.K., got it. That was fast. Now I can try out if it works for manjaro isos.
It does - which is why I use it.