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#76 2015-05-03 21:09:39

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

KrunchTime wrote:

@Hoas:  You might consider using another file sharing service.  Clicking on the link to download the file opened another window asking me to download something called iLivid.  yikes

Oh dear, sorry!

It's my first time file sharing...

Does anybody have any recommendations? (PM me plz)

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#77 2015-05-03 22:47:10

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

KrunchTime wrote:

@Hoas:  You might consider using another file sharing service.  Clicking on the link to download the file opened another window asking me to download something called iLivid.  yikes

Didn't do that with me ... I just grabbed the file, came down like it was dipped in cod-liver oil!

I have it at my copy.com if in 100 days it's no longer at TinyUpload (Nice site HoaS)


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#78 2015-05-03 23:58:40

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
KrunchTime wrote:

the Debian devs pulled libjpeg8 back in January.

I have backported the Sid version of libjpeg8:
http://s000.tinyupload.com/download.php … 3569976578

You can safely install it in a Jessie system by downloading the .deb & using gdebi or:

sudo dpkg -i libjpeg8_8d1-2\~bpo70+1_amd64.deb

wink

Have you considered sharing this with the Debian Backports maintainers?


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#79 2015-05-04 00:00:46

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

KrunchTime wrote:

Have you considered sharing this with the Debian Backports maintainers?

I am considering it but making an official backport is considerably more complicated than making one for personal use.
hmm

https://wiki.debian.org/SimpleBackportCreation
https://wiki.debian.org/BuildingFormalBackports

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#80 2015-05-04 00:03:45

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

^ I'm sure that's true.  There's probably certain procedures you have to go through and the packaging probably has to meet certain requirements/standards.  I'm not complaining, though.  For the most part, I'm all for standards as long as they make sense.

20150509-01 edit:  Interesting...I just checked the Debian packages site a few minutes ago and libjpeg8 is now in the Testing repo.  I wonder if it will reappear in the Jessie repo or maybe show up in the Jessie Backports repo.

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#81 2015-05-10 04:59:42

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Thank you, thank you HoaS.  I now have Rainlendar2 working on my Wally install.  I had to download and install the beta of the upcoming version of Rainlendar though.  big_smile


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#82 2015-05-10 10:43:13

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

KrunchTime wrote:

Thank you, thank you HoaS.  I now have Rainlendar2 working on my Wally install.

Excellent news -- you are most welcome smile

EDIT: See here for more backports:
http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic. … 60#p428560

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#83 2015-05-10 15:34:29

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

bunsen-themes, the definitive GTK/Openbox/Lightdm theme collection for Bunsen has been packaged. Curious people can build the package locally or grab a pre-built package here.


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#84 2015-05-10 20:18:14

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

MegaThanks  smile


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#85 2015-05-11 02:46:30

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

I'll add it to the netinstall script today, and update bunsen-configs to apply the default theme (presumably "Bunsen"?).
Many thanks @twoion.
And @hhh!  cool


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#86 2015-05-23 16:17:52

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

From today, you can have our system identify as BunsenLabs Hydrogen by installing the bunsen-os-release package.

You can download a readily built package from bunsen-builds, build your own or wait until it's been included into the netinstall script.

root@debian-container:~/bunsen-labs# lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: BunsenLabs
Description:    BunsenLabs GNU/Linux 8 (Hydrogen)
Release:        8
Codename:       Hydrogen

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#87 2015-05-23 16:27:13

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

bunsen-os-release_8-2_all.deb =

Oops, you've found a dead link.

Use the links at the top to get back.

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#88 2015-05-23 16:29:13

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Sector11 wrote:

bunsen-os-release_8-2_all.deb =

Oops, you've found a dead link.

Use the links at the top to get back.

yeah I just deleted the old package and uploaded a new one smile Refresh the page and download the -3 package big_smile


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#89 2015-05-23 16:40:25

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Nope - still seeing the bunsen-os-release_8-2_all.deb package  sad

And that's even closing Iceweasel and starting fresh  ... and it's still saying: "14 minutes ago" as well.


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#90 2015-05-23 16:51:18

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Sector11 wrote:

Nope - still seeing the bunsen-os-release_8-2_all.deb package  sad

And that's even closing Iceweasel and starting fresh  ... and it's still saying: "14 minutes ago" as well.

???

Whatever, here's a direct link: https://bitbucket.org/2ion/bunsen-build … -3_all.deb


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#91 2015-05-23 16:52:37

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

^^ Works for me.

empty@BunsenLabs ~/Downloads % lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID:	BunsenLabs
Description:	BunsenLabs GNU/Linux 8 (Hydrogen)
Release:	8
Codename:	Hydrogen

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#92 2015-05-24 01:51:31

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

twoion wrote:

Got it thank you.

Tested the link again and I see there is a _4 up there now too ... got that as well.

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#93 2015-05-24 04:41:59

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Thank you twoion.

People who have already installed via the netinstall script can add bunsen-os-release like this:

~/.bunsen-netinstall-logs/upgrade-bunsen-pkgs --add bunsen-os-release
sudo apt-get install bunsen-os-release

But be aware that at the moment it breaks software-properties-gtk, should you happen to have installed that.


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#94 2015-05-25 23:00:51

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

I was about to open a new thread, when I saw this one.

So... as of now, what is the status of BunsenLabs? Is there a tentative release date?

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#95 2015-05-25 23:17:59

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

There is a functional install script you can get from github. It is still very much in development, but seems to be quite usable for most. @johnraff has produced an upgrade script which will just install the latest developments to a BunsenLabs installation, so no need to do a complete reinstall.

Release date? It's ready when it's ready!


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#96 2015-05-26 00:59:36

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

Thank you.  smile

damo wrote:

Release date? It's ready when it's ready!

Oh, I'm not complaining or anything. I'm just wondering if you guys have some kind of a timeframe or not. O:)

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#97 2015-05-27 20:26:40

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

damo wrote:

There is a functional install script you can get from github. It is still very much in development, but seems to be quite usable for most. @johnraff has produced an upgrade script which will just install the latest developments to a BunsenLabs installation, so no need to do a complete reinstall.

Release date? It's ready when it's ready!

Sweet!  I need to iron out an issue with Windows programs under Wine in Jessie and then I think I'll install BL in a VM.  If I like what I see and everything seems to work, then I'll install BL on my AIO desktop and install over Wally on my laptop.  Shoutout to johnraff for the update script so users don't have to reinstall.  You rock, dude!

One question...I know there's no guarantee, but should the update script work under Debian Unstable as well?  I want to BL my current Unstable install if that's possible.


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#98 2015-05-27 20:32:54

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

KrunchTime wrote:

One question...I know there's no guarantee, but should the update script work under Debian Unstable as well?  I want to BL my current Unstable install if that's possible.

Absolutely**


** no guarantees .... that is.


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#99 2015-05-27 20:43:53

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

@Sector11:  Thank you!  wink


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#100 2015-05-28 02:57:36

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Re: BunsenLabs Development Team and current status

KrunchTime wrote:

should the update script work under Debian Unstable as well?  I want to BL my current Unstable install if that's possible.

I've never tested it on Sid, but it might work. The -u option only upgrades existing installed packages, but you can use the -a option to add a BL repo. (upgrade-bunsen-pkgs -h or --help)

Try adding a simple one first (eg bunsen-exit or (big) bunsen-images) and see what happens. bunsen-configs might mess something up though... don't do it unless you're OK with that.


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