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#51 2011-11-26 01:45:30

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Sector11 wrote:

Geany?  Is that the default editor now?

gedit was causing problems for the testing/unstable updaters due to the gnome 3 transition.


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#52 2011-11-26 01:57:31

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Re: Updated Statler Images

corenominal wrote:

Also, it did cross my mind to put a post in the introductions forum big_smile

Dare ya!

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#53 2011-11-26 02:00:05

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Never used geany before but am enjoying it so far..

All in all everything is working perfectly


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#54 2011-11-26 02:02:41

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Re: Updated Statler Images

snowpine wrote:
Sector11 wrote:

Geany?  Is that the default editor now?

gedit was causing problems for the testing/unstable updaters due to the gnome 3 transition.

Yea I had that problem too, I turned the plugin: "Snippets" off that seemed to fix it.

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#55 2011-11-26 02:04:19

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Re: Updated Statler Images

VastOne wrote:

Never used geany before but am enjoying it so far..

All in all everything is working perfectly

Geany has a (insert large number here) plugins - more than gedit I think.

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#56 2011-11-26 02:58:09

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Re: Updated Statler Images

For what it's worth; I downloaded the 32-bit image some hours ago. The speed was good, it took half an hour to complete.

My upload says it's popular as well, this topic explains why wink I'll keep seeding it, will get the 64-bit version too.

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#57 2011-11-26 03:04:09

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Absolutely positively awesome!!

Downloading the 32-bit #! now . . . from 9 of 17 connected seeders  tongue

. . . all the cool kids use #!


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#58 2011-11-26 03:56:30

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Re: Updated Statler Images

just booted into the new statler release and absolutely love it.  The new theme reminds of the 9.04 release.  So good.  Gonna go ahead and install my fvwm package and get a theme around this new statler gtk theme Yipee.  I must say my favorite addition is geany being my gui editor of choice and the revertion to iceweasel...  big TY Phillip and Bex.  I guess Philip for doing it and Bex for putting up with him hacking on his distro.

EDIT:

Was that DM SliM?  Awesome.

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#59 2011-11-26 04:23:35

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Goofy wrote:

For what it's worth; I downloaded the 32-bit image some hours ago. The speed was good, it took half an hour to complete.

My upload says it's popular as well, this topic explains why wink I'll keep seeding it, will get the 64-bit version too.

I seeding

amd64 - 1 of 1
i386 - 9 of 9

I would have thought the "amd64" version would be more popular ... guess I'm wrong.

I'll cut a CD tomorrow and see it in action.  big_smile

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#60 2011-11-26 04:25:36

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Sector11 wrote:
Goofy wrote:

For what it's worth; I downloaded the 32-bit image some hours ago. The speed was good, it took half an hour to complete.

My upload says it's popular as well, this topic explains why wink I'll keep seeding it, will get the 64-bit version too.

I seeding

amd64 - 1 of 1
i386 - 9 of 9

I would have thought the "amd64" version would be more popular ... guess I'm wrong.

I'll cut a CD tomorrow and see it in action.  big_smile


We 64's were the early birds... I had 12 on my seed earlier, consistently

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#61 2011-11-26 04:29:28

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Down speed 4.7 KiB/s - *yawn*
Hope it's worth it big_smile So the changes are slim for gdm, geany for gedit - basically get rid of gtk3-dependants? What about openbox-logout-script? Can anybody check if it still depends on gdm?

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#62 2011-11-26 04:58:58

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Re: Updated Statler Images

@bacon

You can certainly get rid of gdm prerequisites on openbox-logout using hal/dbus and pm-utils thogh I've not investigated how phil's done it yet.  Yeah, I suspect a lot of weary next gen desktop users taking note of this release.  I mean, latest browsers and what not, it's gonna attract some attention as how you can do this and no succomb to the big distro's transition. An interesting concept.

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#63 2011-11-26 05:09:14

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Re: Updated Statler Images

openbox-logout is now now cb-exit (kuddos on the cb)

yah, it looks like its using direct hal commands over gdm now


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#64 2011-11-26 05:27:49

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Re: Updated Statler Images

d/l'ng 32bit and 64bit versions right now...has Corenominal notified distrowatch.com about the new build? That would be a good way to get more non-#!ers to check it out.

-Jun

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#65 2011-11-26 05:36:59

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Thanks Rooster! smile

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#66 2011-11-26 05:50:17

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Re: Updated Statler Images

How do you tell slim or change slim to a different DE?

Thanks


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#67 2011-11-26 06:13:23

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Re: Updated Statler Images

@VastOne edit ~/.xinitrc to exec ck-launch-session dbus-launch NAME_OF_DE

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SLiM

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#68 2011-11-26 06:25:52

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Thanks for not abandoning your offspring, Papanominal.
Busy time of year for me personally, so I'll only be able to test out the images later. Looking forward to it.


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#69 2011-11-26 06:26:47

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Re: Updated Statler Images

el_koraco wrote:
lampe wrote:

is there a way to upgrade without reinstalling #! ?

Just apply the regular updates. It's a new image, not a new release.

My understanding is that there are other changes as well -- a different look, some changed default applications, etc. I don't think a new image which is nothing more than bundling up the regular updates, would be worth all the "effort" and bandwidth of making it and then seeding it, etc.


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#70 2011-11-26 06:33:53

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Seems that a regular update (at the moment) doesn't pull anything new. Maybe later. Or is this already waldorf? big_smile

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#71 2011-11-26 06:38:41

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Re: Updated Statler Images

machinebacon wrote:

@VastOne edit ~/.xinitrc to exec ck-launch-session dbus-launch NAME_OF_DE

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SLiM

Tanks bacon

I went ahead and loaded gdm..

light and easy... and many options


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#72 2011-11-26 06:42:08

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Re: Updated Statler Images

machinebacon wrote:

Seems that a regular update (at the moment) doesn't pull anything new. Maybe later. Or is this already waldorf? big_smile

Thunar version in the new release? (Mine has downloaded and I'm still seeding, but I have things to do today and will only be able to test it out later today ... tongue)


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#73 2011-11-26 06:44:48

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Xfce4 looking pretty slick (and dark) if I say so myself

screenshot-11262011-124246am.png


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#74 2011-11-26 06:54:38

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Anyone notice how fast the boot is? Seems to be much faster now. I don't even have time to eat a bite of Nutella bread while it's at it lol
The new theme is awesome as well, and no Iceweasel problems here either. Actually, I was surprised how well it works.

@SabreWolfy: Thunar version is 1.0.2

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#75 2011-11-26 06:57:06

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Re: Updated Statler Images

Kexolino wrote:

Anyone notice how fast the boot is? Seems to be much faster now. I don't even have time to eat a bite of Nutella bread while it's at it lol
The new theme is awesome as well, and no Iceweasel problems here either. Actually, I was surprised how well it works.

@SabreWolfy: Thunar version is 1.0.2


Yes to all except for the Nutella bread


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