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francois wrote: ↑
16 Feb 2018, 23:42
Are you talking about 1) the salix problem or 2) the One or more errors occurred while usm was running?
1) and hopefully it's fix fixes 2)
Personnaly, I have fixed 1) the salix database error by choosing another server and saved it in/porteus/rootcopy/etc/usm/mirrors-salix.txt.
Yup, doing it manually or using one of bogomips
's script will accomplish that.
My USM changes, /etc/usm/* & /var/usm/ will survive also as I have them saved in a module I make of my changes.
However, I was wondering if usm would run with minima snags. Or at least that we would have some kind of common problems and solution for usm.
There was a script that bogomips
had that did fix a lot of the USM errors, unfortunately I don't recall it's name or location at this point.
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francois wrote: ↑
17 Feb 2018, 01:43
Real funny, qt-4.8 from usm tried to pull so much dependencies. When I download it from pkgs.org and txz2xzm, it turns to be the only dependency needed for smplayer.
, smplayer can be built with qt5 as well. Were you using kde5?
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Good to know. No I was on xfce4. This means that smplayer alone could run on kde5.
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