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#1 Re: Desktop and Multimedia » mate desktop pdf opens in terminal with vim » 2024-07-16 20:17:57

Ron

Go to Menu and under "All" find "Preferred Applications." In the Office tab, make sure Atril is selected under Document Viewer.

#2 Re: Other Issues » Chromium wonky for anybody else? » 2024-07-16 20:10:03

Ron

alexkemp wrote:
Why did you not apt-get purge chromium?

I will try that next time I need to completely remove something. Using Synaptic's "Complete Removal" option leaves a lot of leftover folders. So much for "Complete." hmm

#3 Re: Other Issues » Chromium wonky for anybody else? » 2024-07-15 22:49:10

Ron

quickfur wrote:
So did you try it?  Did it work?

Did it 3 days ago. So far all is well.

#4 Re: Other Issues » Chromium wonky for anybody else? » 2024-07-13 01:20:24

Ron

quickfur wrote:
By uninstalling completely, you mean reinstalling the entire OS??!

That is an emphatic "no." I mean uninstall Chromium, and then manually going through and deleting all the leftover chromium folders left on the system.

#5 Re: Other Issues » Chromium wonky for anybody else? » 2024-07-12 21:59:05

Ron

Well it just happened again. Chromium lost one of my profiles. I'll try uninstalling completely and reinstalling. Hopefully that will fix it.

#6 Other Issues » Chromium wonky for anybody else? » 2024-07-02 21:06:31

Ron
Replies: 19

Has Chromium been running wonky for anybody else the last month or so? It started giving me an error message every time I opened it saying that it didn't shut down properly, do I want to restore the tabs? But it always had been shut down properly. One of the last updates seemed to have fixed this issue for me, but now when I create a new profile it keeps "forgetting" it. Happened at least twice. Anybody else getting weird issues with it? It's seriously making me consider going back to Vivaldi. I suppose the first thing I should try is to completely remove it and then reinstall it.

#7 Re: Desktop and Multimedia » Firefox broken? » 2024-07-01 09:28:18

Ron

Andre4freedom wrote:
Good luck to file complaints to those corporate WEB-sites.... I can imagine the outcome.

I can say from being on the Pale Moon forum, which suffers from this problem even worse than Firefox, that the usual outcome is to be told "Use Chrome."

And it's not only the sites that are the problem, but also Gooble which has the power to change internet/browsing/web standards, and who also happens to have the most used browser. It's a case of the fox guarding the hen house.

#8 Re: Off-topic » Thoughts on Pipewire » 2024-06-30 20:20:16

Ron

I wouldn't call this voting. Just a way of keeping track of the "yeas" and "nays." And like I said in the first post, it is only something I was wondering about. I have no plans to switch. Alsa works just fine for me.

#9 Re: Off-topic » Thoughts on Pipewire » 2024-06-30 17:47:33

Ron

Thanks for the link. Didn't see this thread. So I guess it's now 1 👍 and 1 👎.

#10 Re: Off-topic » Thoughts on Pipewire » 2024-06-30 17:26:00

Ron

Yeah, I noticed the company the creator works/worked for. Okay, so that's 0 👍 and 1 👎.

#11 Off-topic » Thoughts on Pipewire » 2024-06-30 13:35:54

Ron
Replies: 9

Read today that Mint 22 will be switching from Pulseaudio to Pipewire. That got me to wondering, does Pipewire have any of the same "baggage" as Pulseaudio? What is the consensus of the Devuan forum members concering Pipewire?

#12 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] New Releases Uploaded » 2024-06-30 13:15:15

Ron

Do you have to be logged in to see this? I don't see a "More" button to click.

EDIT

Okay, I see it. And yes, you have to be logged in to see it. He also mentioned that he's quitting yt and moving over to Rumble, but I see that he posted new videos after he made the announcement. 😕

NEXT EDIT
I forgot to say: "Thanks."

#13 Re: Hardware & System Configuration » [SOLVED] Huge upgrade this morning ... » 2024-06-30 13:12:25

Ron

How long has it been since you updated? I had a "big" amount of updates this morning. That is, big to me since I check for updates just about every day. Here's what I had:

CCommit Log for Sun Jun 30 07:40:01 2024

Upgraded the following packages:
bash (5.2.15-2+b2) to 5.2.15-2+b7
curl (7.88.1-10+deb12u5) to 7.88.1-10+deb12u6
gir1.2-gdkpixbuf-2.0 (2.42.10+dfsg-1+b1) to 2.42.10+dfsg-1+deb12u1
intel-microcode (3.20231114.1~deb12u1) to 3.20240514.1~deb12u1
libbluetooth3 (5.66-1+deb12u1) to 5.66-1+deb12u2
libcjson1 (1.7.15-1) to 1.7.15-1+deb12u1
libcpupower1 (6.1.90-1) to 6.1.94-1
libcurl3-gnutls (7.88.1-10+deb12u5) to 7.88.1-10+deb12u6
libcurl4 (7.88.1-10+deb12u5) to 7.88.1-10+deb12u6
libfreetype6 (2.12.1+dfsg-5) to 2.12.1+dfsg-5+deb12u3
libgdk-pixbuf-2.0-0 (2.42.10+dfsg-1+b1) to 2.42.10+dfsg-1+deb12u1
libgdk-pixbuf2.0-bin (2.42.10+dfsg-1+b1) to 2.42.10+dfsg-1+deb12u1
libgdk-pixbuf2.0-common (2.42.10+dfsg-1) to 2.42.10+dfsg-1+deb12u1
libglib2.0-0 (2.74.6-2+deb12u2) to 2.74.6-2+deb12u3
libglib2.0-bin (2.74.6-2+deb12u2) to 2.74.6-2+deb12u3
libglib2.0-data (2.74.6-2+deb12u2) to 2.74.6-2+deb12u3
libgnutls30 (3.7.9-2+deb12u2) to 3.7.9-2+deb12u3
libltdl7 (2.4.7-5) to 2.4.7-7~deb12u1
libpython3.11 (3.11.2-6) to 3.11.2-6+deb12u2
libpython3.11-minimal (3.11.2-6) to 3.11.2-6+deb12u2
libpython3.11-stdlib (3.11.2-6) to 3.11.2-6+deb12u2
libqt5concurrent5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5core5a (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5dbus5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5gui5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5network5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5printsupport5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5sql5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5sql5-sqlite (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5widgets5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libqt5xml5 (5.15.8+dfsg-11) to 5.15.8+dfsg-11+deb12u2
libseccomp2 (2.5.4-1+b3) to 2.5.4-1+deb12u1
libssl3 (3.0.11-1~deb12u2) to 3.0.13-1~deb12u1
libtool (2.4.7-5) to 2.4.7-7~deb12u1
linux-compiler-gcc-12-x86 (6.1.90-1) to 6.1.94-1
linux-headers-amd64 (6.1.90-1) to 6.1.94-1
linux-image-amd64 (6.1.90-1) to 6.1.94-1
linux-kbuild-6.1 (6.1.90-1) to 6.1.94-1
linux-libc-dev (6.1.90-1) to 6.1.94-1
nano (7.2-1) to 7.2-1+deb12u1
openssl (3.0.11-1~deb12u2) to 3.0.13-1~deb12u1
python3-idna (3.3-1) to 3.3-1+deb12u1
python3.11 (3.11.2-6) to 3.11.2-6+deb12u2
python3.11-minimal (3.11.2-6) to 3.11.2-6+deb12u2
wpasupplicant (2:2.10-12) to 2:2.10-12+deb12u1

Installed the following packages:
linux-headers-6.1.0-22-amd64 (6.1.94-1)
linux-headers-6.1.0-22-common (6.1.94-1)
linux-image-6.1.0-22-amd64 (6.1.94-1)

#14 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] New Releases Uploaded » 2024-06-29 23:20:32

Ron

Does anybody know how to contact this Jim Acklaw? I'd like to download his version of Miyo but he doesn't include sha values on his sourceforge page. I'd like to suggest to him to start including it, but his sourceforge page also doesn't have a Discussion area like Dan's does.

#15 Re: Off-topic » tl;dr: supervise children around all water, even a half-full bucket! » 2024-06-29 20:57:01

Ron

Not to get philosophical here, but animals only do what they've been programed to do (to use a computer analogy). That's one thing that makes them animals. Human beings have free choice, and as you alluded to, most are using that free choice in a wrong way. Yes, I'm paying attention. smile

#16 Re: Off-topic » tl;dr: supervise children around all water, even a half-full bucket! » 2024-06-29 20:36:52

Ron

A good timely reminder. I remember telling my wife years ago when our son was very little that he can't be left alone in the bathtub. A kid can drown in an inch of water.

Natural selection has nothing to do here. Human beings are not animals.

#17 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] New Releases Uploaded » 2024-06-29 11:21:36

Ron

Dan made a post just 2 days ago on his sourceforge page, and made no mention at all of this other version.

https://sourceforge.net/p/miyolinux/dis … 0494056cf/

EDIT
Got the answer on Dan's sourceforge page (the link above), yes he does endorse Jim's version.

#18 Re: Desktop and Multimedia » Firefox broken? » 2024-06-29 11:19:01

Ron

Are you blocking any scripts? Have you tried problem websites in a brand new clean profile?

#19 Re: Devuan Derivatives » [MiyoLinux] New Releases Uploaded » 2024-06-24 23:51:40

Ron

Did Dan ever mention why he stopped developing Miyo?

#21 Re: Other Issues » [SOLVED] Chromium update ruined my shortcut to second profile » 2024-05-23 21:04:22

Ron

Is version 125.0.6422.76-1 the one you're on now? That's the version I was updated to yesterday.

#22 Other Issues » [SOLVED] Chromium update ruined my shortcut to second profile » 2024-05-22 23:10:24

Ron
Replies: 5

I have multiple profiles for Chromium. For the default profile, I have a shortcut on the desktop (which still works). For my second profile I have a shortcut on the panel. After today's update, this shortcut on the panel for the second profile no longer works. See the image below for what I get.

This is the command for the shortcut:

/usr/bin/chromium --profile-directory="Profile 2"

Everything worked fine for months, through every update, until today. Does anybody have any ideas how to fix this? (Yes, I rebooted the computer.) BTW, I can still access the second profile via the default, but would like the shortcut to be fixed. Thanks.

chrom-profile.jpg

#23 Re: Installation » I screwed XFCE up, xfce panel won't show at all » 2024-04-21 22:44:40

Ron

Check out this link, see if there's something there that can help before you go the nuclear option. smile

https://docs.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-panel/start

#24 Re: Other Issues » Malware found in xz » 2024-03-30 19:23:43

Ron

From the link below:

Specifically, the nefarious code baked into the code is designed to interfere with the sshd daemon process for SSH (Secure Shell) via the systemd software suite,

So does this mean that Devuan and others based on Devuan would be immune from this malware, even if it is installed?

Forgot to put the link. Here it is: https://thehackernews.com/2024/03/urgen … in-xz.html

#25 Re: Other Issues » [SOLVED] Samaritan font? » 2024-03-30 18:55:33

Ron

Found the answer. fonts-noto-core did the trick.

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