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#1 2015-05-07 01:42:17

mictian
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Beginner steps to follow up with #!

Hi
First of all, I'm not sure if this question should be posted here or not. If not please let me know.

After the end of #! I jumped right away to #!++, as I thought it was the continuation of #!.
It turns out the the community there is a bit poor and the #!++ v1.0 is not very stable.
On the other hand I just found this new initiative of BunsenLabs. By the time being, is there any roadmap?
Apart from the git repositories, is there any image with this new version? Will be? Or I should follow the steps from this repo:
https://github.com/BunsenLabs/bunsen-netinstall

Thanks in advance

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#2 2015-05-07 02:42:14

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

mictian wrote:

... By the time being, is there any roadmap?
Apart from the git repositories, is there any image with this new version? Will be? Or I should follow the steps from this repo:
https://github.com/BunsenLabs/bunsen-netinstall

Thanks in advance

At the moment the bunsen-netinstall is what is being developed, and which you can use to get something up and running. Artwork you can manually install from bunsen-images - the OB/GTK themes should be uploaded very soon, but you can get them from here.

The next step, when the configuration has been thoroughly tested, will be producing an iso.

We don't want people to have the same experience you have had with #!++, so as far as timing goes - it will be ready when it is ready wink

EDIT: latest info here

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#3 2015-05-07 22:57:20

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

Great!
Thank you for your fast replay.

I'll stay in tune... big_smile

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#4 2015-05-08 08:20:23

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

damo wrote:

At the moment the bunsen-netinstall is what is being developed, and which you can use to get something up and running.

In fact, apart from bugfixes, the netinstall script is done. What it actually installs will change every day, though, depending on the state of the other GitHub repos.


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#5 2015-05-08 10:14:17

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

mictian wrote:

It turns out the the community there is a bit poor and the #!++ v1.0 is not very stable.

Priceless... big_smile


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#6 2015-05-10 16:59:21

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

I've installed it, and it pretty awesome what you have done!!

I'll continue testing it.
Is there any place to report bugs?

thanks

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#7 2015-05-10 19:59:47

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

mictian wrote:

Is there any place to report bugs?

This thread would probably be the best place.


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#8 2015-05-10 20:15:13

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

mictian wrote:

I've installed it, and it pretty awesome what you have done!!

I'll continue testing it.
Is there any place to report bugs?

thanks

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#9 2015-05-11 02:57:08

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

KrunchTime wrote:
mictian wrote:

Is there any place to report bugs?

This thread would probably be the best place.

Sorry to sound contradictory, KrunchTime, especially in view of all your helpful posts, but I think it's getting time to leave Wally behind and move on to the Real Thing™ . Questions that relate to Debian Jessie can go in their own thread, either here or in Help & Support (Stable). As to the Wally installation process itself, I'm not spending any more time on supporting it, though it probably still works, after a fashion...

The development forums, as suggested by Damo, are probably the best place for bug reports at the moment. Very specific technical bug reports are also welcome as issues on the relevant Github repository in BunsenLabs.

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#10 2015-05-11 17:22:13

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Re: Beginner steps to follow up with #!

@johnraff:  Okay, thank you for correcting my misinformation.


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