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#61 2020-08-07 14:58:50

lamarca
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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

DeepDayze wrote:

... due to the new release infrastructure the dev team has built during Lithium's development.

This is the result of commitment and idealism.

DeepDayze wrote:

It should then be easier to add new features and enhancements down the line.

Simplicity and performance.

DeepDayze wrote:

Wayland maybe???

why not:)

And thanks for reply.

Cheers

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#62 2020-08-08 08:35:44

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

DeepDayze wrote:

Wayland maybe???

Whenever Debian makes it the default?

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#63 2020-08-08 08:58:42

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

^And not a minute earlier. neutral


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#64 2020-08-08 19:35:45

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

Well done:)  Thank you for your hard work.

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#65 2020-08-08 21:41:06

hhh
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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

johnraff wrote:

^And not a minute earlier. neutral

Amen. I'm hoping X11 will remain as a legacy option for several more years.

It's like self-driving cars, you think they're around the corner but the programming of life-and-death decisions for a machine are still years away.

Hmm, not my best analogy. Linux Wayland is not a self-driving car.


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#66 2020-08-09 02:40:01

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

hhh wrote:
johnraff wrote:

^And not a minute earlier. neutral

Amen. I'm hoping X11 will remain as a legacy option for several more years.

It's like self-driving cars, you think they're around the corner but the programming of life-and-death decisions for a machine are still years away.

Hmm, not my best analogy. Linux Wayland is not a self-driving car.

I am sure Debian would still keep X11 around and apps that support X11 should even stick around for some time. Even now Wayland is not quite there yet.


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#67 2020-08-10 03:00:55

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

I've just added an ANNOYANCES AND WORKAROUNDS section at the bottom of the release notes.
Right now it's the installer ipv6 issue. Let's hope there won't be too many more...


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#68 2020-08-10 07:51:51

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

hhh wrote:

I'm hoping X11 will remain as a legacy option for several more years.

It's like self-driving cars, you think they're around the corner but the programming of life-and-death decisions for a machine are still years away.

Agreed.
FWIW, I think it's another decade before support for Xorg is not a given anymore, at least for Debian.

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#69 2020-08-10 13:10:02

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

hhh wrote:

Bunsenlabs Lithium Package lists

Full package list:

Maybe edit?, add: "64 bit iso".

CD iso package list:

and add:  "32 bit bit iso".


// Regards rbh

Please read before requesting help: Guide to getting help,
Introduction to the Bunsenlabs Lithium Desktop and other help topics under "Help Resources" on the BunsenLabs menu

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#70 2020-08-10 21:57:31

hhh
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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

^ Done, thanks.


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#71 2020-08-27 08:13:01

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

It took too long to decide whether or not mention, and Thank you, guys.Vivaldi Stable and the Snapshots are now present at Applications > Internet

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#72 2020-08-30 08:07:51

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

Martin wrote:

Only tried it in a live run on a virtual machine so far: looking good.

Seeding for twelve hours now.

/Martin

Finally got around to installing Lithium on my Lenovo x230 yesterday. It was a rainy day...

I went for defaults throughout apart from going for disk encryption. Zero issues so far. Well, bl-welcome does not work but that is old news.

Thumbs up.

Now I 'only' have to install and set up some favorites. The weather is nice again so it will not be done in a day.

/Martin
(posted from the new system)


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prove their worth by hitting back."
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#73 2020-08-30 08:36:37

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

Martin wrote:

Well, bl-welcome does not work but that is old news.

Until bugfix has been aplied, if you want to run bl-welcome, you can uninstall bunsen-os-release and reinstall after you run the bl-welcome skript.


// Regards rbh

Please read before requesting help: Guide to getting help,
Introduction to the Bunsenlabs Lithium Desktop and other help topics under "Help Resources" on the BunsenLabs menu

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#74 2020-08-30 10:58:19

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

rbh wrote:
Martin wrote:

Well, bl-welcome does not work but that is old news.

Until bugfix has been aplied, if you want to run bl-welcome, you can uninstall bunsen-os-release and reinstall after you run the bl-welcome skript.

I am fine without bl-welcome, I think.

/Martin


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prove their worth by hitting back."
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#75 2020-08-30 20:35:10

hhh
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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

bl-welcome checks that you have an internet connection, that your packages are updated and offers some nice basic default package installation options. Nothing an experienced linux user couldn't handle on their own, and you can exit it at any time and run it later if needed.


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#76 2020-08-31 00:56:44

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

hhh wrote:

bl-welcome [...] Nothing an experienced linux user couldn't handle on their own,

It's one of those tools, that ease routine tasks.


// Regards rbh

Please read before requesting help: Guide to getting help,
Introduction to the Bunsenlabs Lithium Desktop and other help topics under "Help Resources" on the BunsenLabs menu

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#77 2020-12-18 20:18:30

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

Just off a fresh install of "Lithium" after being lost in a period of cheat ops, all well.

Very basic setup with as few changes as possible, and just adding the absolute necessities after my personal preferences.  glasses

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#78 2021-04-04 14:14:50

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

hhh wrote:

BunsenLabs Lithium Release Notes
WHAT'S NEW:
[...]
New localechooser script available for those not using lightdm-gtk-greeter
but who want to change their user language.

What is the name of the script and where is it located?

Last edited by rbh (2021-04-04 14:15:12)


// Regards rbh

Please read before requesting help: Guide to getting help,
Introduction to the Bunsenlabs Lithium Desktop and other help topics under "Help Resources" on the BunsenLabs menu

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#79 2021-04-04 19:33:16

hhh
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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

^ It's @johnraff's script. I think. John?


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#80 2021-04-05 02:48:33

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Re: [STABLE RELEASE] BunsenLabs Lithium Official ISOs

rbh wrote:
hhh wrote:

BunsenLabs Lithium Release Notes
WHAT'S NEW:
[...]
New localechooser script available for those not using lightdm-gtk-greeter
but who want to change their user language.

What is the name of the script and where is it located?

bl-setlocale

It's in /usr/bin so you can just run it. Also has a -h/--help option smile

(Or 'man bl-setlocale' if you prefer.)


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