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Right now I'm rocking fedora 22 KDE spin (Plasma 5 obviously), kernel 4.0.6-300, and quite interested in dualbooting with this because I build android ROM's. Also really want to try arch linux. But what does this distro include besides the repositories to keep these apps updated, as well as adb drivers on top of vanilla arch? I only have room for 1 more distro so I gotta make sure it's one I want to keep.

Last thing, as I said, Fedora 22 KDE Spin....So I'm a bit used to KDE. Not a fan of GNOME whatsoever, can live with MATE, but it looks like the latest live image is from 05-16 and it's XFCE? How's that?
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Hello. Just installed BBQLinux and all works well but the WiFi drops after 10 minutes or so? Anybody else had this problem? WiFi connection stays connected but the internet and downloads time out. Please help.

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Yes
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Rancid Frog

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What is the best way to work with Android selinux?
As I tried to use policycoreutils following: https://source.android.com/devices/tech/security/selinux/validate.html#using_audit2allow
But I can not install it because I get,
ERROR: Makepkg was unable to build "libsemanage".
Is there any other tools recommended?
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I see
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I'm installing BBQLinux and it gives me error on Run script bootloader/main.py or sometimes unpack image /run/archiso/sfs/airootfs/airootfs.img rsync failed with error code 11 .. My Windows is shot to hell, I need urgent help
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Christian Kopp

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Ok, I guess that I need some help. I try to build a kernel with -fgraphite (etc) and I installed isl (and lib32) as well as cloog etc.. but I still get this error when I try to build it:

 GEN     /mnt/hdd2/cm12/out/target/product/bacon/obj/KERNEL_OBJ/Makefile
/mnt/hdd2/cm12/kernel/oneplus/msm8974/scripts/basic/fixdep.c:1:0: nicht implementiert: Graphite loop optimizations cannot be used (ISL is not available)(-fgraphite, -fgraphite-identity, -floop-block, -floop-interchange, -floop-strip-mine, -floop-parallelize-all, -floop-unroll-and-jam, and -ftree-loop-linear)
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^
scripts/Makefile.host:118: die Regel für Ziel „scripts/basic/fixdep“ scheiterte
make[3]: * [scripts/basic/fixdep] Fehler 1
/mnt/hdd2/cm12/kernel/oneplus/msm8974/Makefile:419: die Regel für Ziel „scripts_basic“ scheiterte
make[2]: * [scripts_basic] Fehler 2
Makefile:130: die Regel für Ziel „sub-make“ scheiterte
make[1]: * [sub-make] Fehler 2
make[1]: Verzeichnis „/mnt/hdd2/cm12/kernel/oneplus/msm8974“ wird verlassen

Now I am a bit lost. I knew from other devices months ago, I needed to make a symlink because the isl lib wasn´t found. However, I do not get this error message now. I just get that ISL is not available(?) - And, well, how to get graphite working on Arch now? I hope anybody has an idea! :)
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+Daniel Hillenbrand thanks a lot. I just rebuild gcc.. we will see. I tried to get an info about which lib is missing (via toolchain) but allegedly none or I still need more coffee today morning. Which would not surprise me a lot. Thanks for the fast reply and have a great day, Daniel!

ah just saw it, I try libisl.so.10! thanks! :)
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Jansxel Vicedo

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Can I Build ROM With "Repo Sync -c" ??? It is OK to download only Current Branch instead of Entire CM??


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Plz Respond Faster. I really need now. The source I've download is only 16.4GB
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Hey are there any packages installed, out of the box, for decompiling apks? (note im not trying to rip anyone off I promise :D). Was going to download apktools or whatever it's called but ran out of disk space, it's late so ill fix it tomorrow, but I still wondered if there was anything built in? I'm sure it's possible with the Android platform tools some way but can only find info on using 3rd party scripts / tools. Cheers 
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I dont think it is.  I'm happy to grab it myself just ran out of space on the drive and couldnt be bothered with it any more.  Ill fix up the space issue and check today :D. 
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Jansxel Vicedo

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What's The Recommended Size (GB) For Building Only One RoM?? I have 30Gb free but I don't think if its can build one ROM for one device?
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Got 500g bog standard hard disk, 50gfor root, 250g for home which includes source and out ccache and another 200 for media partition for extremely simple mini dlna server
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Would it be possible to have one day a version of BBQLinux that supports AMD/nVidia Graphic cards out-of-the-box in the Live edition so I can make a bootable USB and use it natively on my PC with the correct resolutions detected?

I'm asking this because I saw that the only distro that works this way is Ubuntu, which is starting pretty good on Live and the Desktop is really smooth. If BBQLinux could accomplish that, would be definitely the "ultimate USB Linux" to have: for working, for surfing, and even play some 3D game on the fly :)

Thank you in advance!
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+Julian Xhokaxhiu open-vm-tools will be included in next release
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Currently uploading the XFCE4 edition of BBQLinux.
40 Minutes to go!

http://bbs.bbqlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=95
New Live-Image "bbqlinux-2015.05.16-x86_64-xfce4.iso" is now available. Download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/bbqlinu … o/download. da8d1d1b667184942ced1e1374abf14b bbqlinux-2015.05.16-x86_64-xfce4.iso. Changes: - Package updates/upgrades - Replaced MATE with XFCE4. Online. Pages: 1 ...
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Currently uploading BBQLinux GNOME Edition:

http://bbs.bbqlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=94
New Live-Image "bbqlinux-2015.05.14-x86_64-gnome.iso" is now available. Download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/bbqlinu … o/download. 4ad28b84612181570940033cdd4df0aa bbqlinux-2015.05.14-x86_64-gnome.iso. Changes: - Package updates/upgrades - Replaced MATE with GNOME. Online. Pages: 1 ...
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Would be possible but who should maintain and test all those stuff?
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BBQLinux is a user-friendly Linux distribution made for Android developers and everyone who likes it. It has everything on board to build AOSP or AOSP-based Distributions like OmniROM or CyanogenMod. BBQLinux is based on Arch Linux and is using a Rolling Release Development Model which means it’s getting continually updated and upgraded. It will never be necessary to re-install a later release of BBQLinux. BBQLinux is fully compatible with Arch Linux and is using the same package repos.

John Cortez

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Hello everyone, need help with ffmpeg. Obviously I'm new to the program and tried different examples of commands but still errors out. 

Anyone have a command line to capture video & alsa audio and store in directory to videos in mp4?

Thanks for reply
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Possible to shift from BBQ KDE to BBQ XFCE without reinstallation?
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I moved from KDE to Gnome 3 to XFCE to Cinammon to Mate without reinstallation. Finally settled. Lol.
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Acabei de fazer o download desta distro e conferi o md5sum, tudo certo! Agora é só queimar a mídia.

I just download this distro and checked the md5sum, all right! Now just burn the media.
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Anthony Williams

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Installed BBQLinux on a VM and i am currently having certificate issues and not able to download updates let alone from github any suggestions
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That's good
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No Nombre

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This distro is pure arch, correct? I followed the Arch wiki on setting up secure boot, but it failed twice. Does BBQLinux have a different method?
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OK. Thanks. I'll try to install luks. By the way I didn't see that in the graphical installer. Will you be adding the option to encrypt your hard drive in the next release? I know your installer is the same as manjaro's and they have the option.
I ask because some of us will goof it up if we try to enable luks with the command line after the install.
By the way. Nice distro. Do you have a donation account so I can contribute to the project?
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Leon Nunes

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Please help me I'm trying to install it doesn't seem to happen
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What filesystem you choose whwn install?
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Can someone screenshot the Latest XCFE4 Edition? I haven't see it.
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Saad Al-Sabbagh

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How do I install the proprietary drivers for my WiFi chip? It's a broadcom chip.
+Daniel Hillenbrand​
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+Christian Kopp
It has worked! Thanks
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Hi All, This is probably  a very silly question to ask but thought i would ask anyway to make sure.  I'm primarily a windows user but its annoying me constantly trying to find drivers that work with my devices.  I've been using bbqlinux for a good 6 months now and love it.  I have it on a usb key that i boot into when i want to use it.  I've recently tried to boot it using virtual box and found it works really well.  My question is, is there any difference in Installing BBQLinux and just running the live image off the key?  I presume its possible to do a full install on the key using the "Install BBQLinux" icon.  Is there anything i should know or is it as simple as just following the wizard?

I feel like i should know more about this area but as a occasional linux user the installation options isn't really my strong point.

Thanks!
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During install the whole system gets copied to your harddrive. There's no difference. A native installation is running faster than a virtual machine or a live system on usb.
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