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Si Cam

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Reinstalling arch and I'm happy.
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I'm always happy just running Arch old or new.;-)
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Daniel Sandman

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A little tip

I had a little bit trouble reading the output of 'yaourt -Ss' as the list of results show the same color for package names and description. So I scouted a bit and it is of course possible to use your own custom color with an environment variable.

Perfect for setting as a alias in your ~/.{z,ba}shrc

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YAOURT_COLORS='other=1;30:pkg=0;33' yaourt -Ss <search string>
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Follow the link for more info about PQ_COLORS and the supported keys.
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Nice!
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Aaron Arriaga

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Gnome 3.12 is now stable ;) 
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+Jasper Jaklofsky I already updated. I stayed 2 days on 3.12.0 until 3.12.1 hit stable repos. I sitll have issues with the extensions, but they are not that important. I only had one issue: I connect to the WiFi but the wifi icon in the upper right is a question mark. Except this, all is ok both on 3.12.0 and 3.12.1. I'm surprised on how stable Gnome Shell has become.
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Martin Wimpress

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Yesterday's upower 0.99 update for Arch Linux broke MATE. I'm working on a fix, please follow the bug tracker https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/39853
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updates

Well done, that was quick.
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Nice birthday cake with Arch Linux inside!
 
My chocolate Dell XPS 13 with Arch Linux! Thanks mom!
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Don't spill any water in the keyboard either... ;-D
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Ox HaK

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OpenSSL Security Advisory [07 Apr 2014] ========================================
TLS heartbeat read overrun (CVE-2014-0160) ==========================================
 A missing bounds check in the handling of the TLS heartbeat extension can be used to reveal up to 64k of memory to a connected client or server. Only 1.0.1 and 1.0.2-beta releases of OpenSSL are affected including 1.0.1f and 1.0.2-beta1. Thanks for Neel Mehta of Google Security for discovering this bug and to Adam Langley <agl@chromium.org> and Bodo Moeller <bmoeller@acm.org> for preparing the fix. Affected users should upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.1g. Users unable to immediately upgrade can alternatively recompile OpenSSL with -DOPENSSL_NO_HEARTBEATS. 1.0.2 will be fixed in 1.0.2-beta2.
http://heartbleed.com/
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Bertrand Gauriat's profile photoDaniel Sandman's profile photoClaire Farron's profile photoJosh Sabboth's profile photo
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Bleedin' heck, that was quick..
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maybe this is repost, I've found this package urxvt-perls-git from aur yesterday. you can select, copy and paste with only keyboard.
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/urxvt-perls-git/

LOOK MA NO MOUSE!
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Dian Hanifudin Subhi's profile photoKæde van Buuren's profile photo
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wow, I don't know if there are the official package and mentioned on archwiki
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Urxvt#Yankable_URLs_.28No_Mouse.29
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This method for conducting resource use analysis came from a discussion on the #archlinux-tu IRC channel and the testing was conducted use Arch Linux. So the results maybe of interest here.
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Very nice analysis, i for instance use KDE.
I've also used other DE's and while i like low memory footprint, KDE gives me the best desktop experience. Ultimately, as of most linux discussions, its a simple matter of choice. (:
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Tobias Placht

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More than 28k members in this community. Congratz!
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Ian Barton

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Web Based Photo Gallery.
Any suggestions for something I can install on my home web server that:

- Lets me browse my collection of photos.
- Photos are all sorted into folders with meaningful names, so I just want something that lets me navigate directories and displays clickable thumbnails.
- Displays EXIF data and as a bonus lets me edit it.

I don't care about creating users/groups. Apart from not allowing anyone to delete a photo security isn't a concern as it's all on my home network.

There are gazillions of web gallery apps out there, which are either way overkill for my needs, or don't do the one simple thing of allowing browsing directories.

Yes, I could probably write my own, but somebody must already have invented this wheel:)
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Martin Wimpress

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Ox HaK

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Arch is annoying ? Oh wait... :) #ArchLinux #OMGUbuntu
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Pedro José Piquero Plaza's profile photoEdward Kent's profile photo
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Run Arch on a P2. Seems ok to me.
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Michael Heyns

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Found this on the information highway...
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I just noticed the cigarette in the picture. Nice.
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Alex G.S.

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If I wanted to talk to the Arch Linux people about community engagement and other matters who should I speak to?
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Oh, yeah, you're right. Didn't see it from that angle. 
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107,18 MiB of download, 713,52 MiB of installed files and only -0,07 MiB of net update size, all because libreoffice's 15 packages went from 4.2.3-1 to 4.2.3-2.

Let me guess, this is for fixing the woes in the UI?
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Martin Wimpress's profile photoTim Cuthbertson's profile photo
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+Richard Dakin - my distro is Debian. It also fully replaces Libre Office every time they patch it.
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Vlad Pewer

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Hello friends! Today I will share my package and configs for Logitech G19.
First you need to install xf86-video-fbdev. Next you need build package g19-module and install it. Сopy xorg.g19.conf to the X11 folder, g19.service to the /etc/systemd/system/ and enable the service with command:
# systemctl enable g19.service
g19bind is a copy of rebind file with my settings of colors for keyboard. You can change colors in this file, also you can change them in /sys/class/leds/g19_0: color :bl/brightness where color can be red, green, blue. Values range from 0 to 255. Like this:
# echo 155 > /sys/class/leds/g19_0:green:bl/brightness
I use Openbox so I've added this command in autostart to start the second instance of X server. .xinit.g19 is a xinit file that launches Openbox with another startup file.
# xinit ~/.xinitrc.g19 -- /usr/bin/X :1 -config xorg.g19.conf -novtswitch -sharevts -audit 0 vt8 -dpi 72 &
To switch keyboard/mouse focus to the LCD screen, you will need x2x. Install x2x-git from AUR and add command in autostart after xinit command.
# x2x -south -from :0 -to :1 &
To hide cursor you can use unclutter.
# unclutter -display :1 -root -idle 1 &
Now you can run any application on LCD screen.

I would like to thanks https://github.com/CMoH/lg4l for fork lg4l module.
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They would work if you update linux version. In my package I removed modules for G110, G13 and G15. I changed rebind file and install in /usr/bin/ directory as g19bind. What about lg4l? Russo79 created a gnome15 project http://www.russo79.com/gnome15. But I use old module, because it's a minimalistic way for me.
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Nicholas Beatty

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Hooray for Unixstickers!
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Mokhtarone Ben's profile photoJan Berce's profile photoAlexander von Gluck's profile photo
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+Alexander von Gluck pleas do share some of them. I haven't found any good keyboard sticker web site. What is better that this guys are in Europe and that would be great if you know any other in Europe.
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BitTorrent Sync GUI for Linux

Released version 0.8.0 with language support for German, Italian, French, Spanish, Galician and Dutch

Thanks to all the contributors!
#btsync
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And the wiki page for bittorrent-sync:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/BitTorrent_Sync
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Finally got the magic of Arch Linux Case Badge! #Worlddomination  
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+Brandon Buckley you can order blank replacement keys from wads. I don't know if they make laptop keys or not, but you can at least get one for your desktop. 
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Your assistance is appreciated.
 
I've pushed MATE 1.8 to the Arch Linux [community-staging] repository. I'd appreciate if you can test that upgrades from MATE 1.6 are working properly and that clean installs of MATE 1.8 are also fine. Some of the Arch/MATE community have already reported all is good but I'd just like few more reports before I pull the trigger and move MATE 1.8 to [community]. 
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I've seriously contemplated enabling the [staging] repos ([testing] just doesn't feel bleeding-edge enough, you know?) but I have never gotten around to it. Either way, I'm glad the upgrade went fine!
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