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Idriss Bellil

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OpenCV 3.1.0-3 is out on arch linux "extra" repo.
#opencv3   #opencv  #arch #archlinux 
Open Source Computer Vision Library
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Rob Stanfield

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Our friend and frequent featured desktop contributor Dobbie03 has switched from Windows back to Linux, and with gusto—his new Arch Linux desktop looks sharp. It’s well-customized to fit his workflow, and we love Java Sparrows (aka bunchos.) Here’s how he set it all up.
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Hey that's me.
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Kevin Burton

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Any Plank users here? Recently, I've noticed on new installs that the Plank icon has gone missing from the get-go, making it very difficult to get into Preferences and adjust settings. You have to right-click in just the right spot to get it. Help, thanks. I'm probably missing something small but important.
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Install the dconf-editor and enter "Plank" into the search menu.
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Michael McGuire

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Just Discovered: Major productivity tool aisleriot-3-20.1-1 now in gnome-unstable. Now I can finally get some work done!
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Jay M (KaoticEvil)

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So.. I finally got my HTPC to run Arch the way I want it. Autologin with "media" and start Kodi. For some reason, I couldn't get it to work with lightdm, and ended up using LXDM.

The bonus is that I can simply exit Kodi and get back to a login and start a full-blown DE if I need/want to.

I am loving it. So smooth and fast!

And now for a question.. My HTPC is an ASRock Ion 330. I'm currently using nouveau drivers. Would I see any performance gain using nvidia-340xx? I do play a lot of x264 media.. 

Edit: I also plan on setting up mupen64plus and assorted other retro emulators, but nothing newer than N64
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Really? Mine is nearly silent..
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Kevin Burton

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The more I try to understand Compiz, the less I actually get accomplished. I have a hard time connecting the dots between a window manager, a display manager, and a compositor. Been using Compton for awhile, but was seeing if I could step it up a notch. Nope. Upon reboot, windows decorations are gone, no titlebar buttons, total trash. When I restore Compton, everything is beautiful again.
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+Imran Munshi It was actually the MATE respin that used it by default: https://spins.fedoraproject.org/en/mate-compiz/
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Motiur Rahman

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Hi, I am looking for mini USB wifi network dongle which works at 5GHz bandwith.
Any suggestions that I can look in Amazon.
Thanks.
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Andres Romero

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ATTN: GNOME/Arch User Community

Feel free to check out this very handy extension.

https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/1010/archlinux-updates-indicator/
Your opinion. Unfortunately, to help prevent spam, we require that you log in to GNOME Shell Extensions in order to post a comment or report an error. You understand, right? The GNOME Project · About Us · Get Involved · Teams · The GNOME Foundation · Support GNOME · Contact us. Resources ...
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I use it. Very useful, but there is small hang freeze when i log in to gnome every time.
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Faruk Ünver

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High 5 Allan and the dev crew, good job! :D
waka waka waka C * * * yeah!
As is becoming tradition, I need to make a blog post to accompany a pacman release! This is a big release with a long awaited feature so it needed a major version bump (and, most importantly, we now are back ahead of the Linux kernel in version numbers). I have reclaimed the title as most ...
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Generated the package manually and reinstalled it, and now it seems to work. 
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Hello fellow archers.
I'm working on a mutt config (sort of a permanent occupation, I guess), and I was hoping some of you might chime in regarding the backends.
I'd like to have offline reading and writing of emails. 
The wiki explains how to do the latter with msmtp, and the former in a bunch of different ways, but It'd be great to hear how people are doing it in practice. Personally, I was thinking about doing it with nmh as the backend, as it seems easy to integrate/hack on for other purposes as well.
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Mindey I.

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Hello everyone! Below is a video I've recorded to look for friends to do interesting creative works together online. I did not include more involved things familiar to developers, like git, VNC, SSH, tmux, gnu-screen, syncthing, etc., and only included the things that most people would find fun. I want to ask, does anyone know better solutions that run on Linux? I think it would be fun to do all of the things mentioned, in a 3D game environment, like a study maze (youtu.be/Vnz3Z12CD10) that people could collectively create. What else cool is available, when it comes to sharing? What do you use for efficient cooperation on-line?
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Ok post restored
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Subash Aryc

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What's your age? Want to see average age of arch user. Well I'm 21.
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I started using Arch since i was 17, have been using it now more than a year.
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Cristian Pozzessere

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If there is someone available to load the package in Aur, and update it. I'd be happy
 
°Lila HD icon theme as update 2.0°
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Update 10/04/2016
Added Kaki Folder
fix index.theme
Draw 61 icons
Recolor 4 icons
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+Cory Swauger
Thank you so much for your great work :D
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Wolfgang Moser

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Dear arch users! I have installed arch linux about 5 times in the past. I know the details of the process quite well. Hence I'm quite bored when I need to install it again on a new computer. I remember having used the AUI script ( https://github.com/helmuthdu/aui ) which unfortunately is not maintained anymore to assisst the installation process. Do you guys know any other similar install scripts? I don't want a full image, just a script. Or maybe you can convince me that an image is good, too.
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+Kev Dog Haha, I have tried the arch way before but I mounted to root of the USB instead of /mnt. Let's just say that broke it real quick 😁 I was somewhat in a hurry and was tired that night so I built it real fast with architect. I will make an Arch VM if that counts :D
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Nailed it
 
Kid: How do you know someone uses Arch Linux?

Sysadmin Dad: They will tell you.

#dadjokes
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Why not?
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Arch is the best pt

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Pure Arch:  Feliz Install Arch Linux and be happy

https://sourceforge.net/projects/feliz/files/?source=directory
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thx for the date! :)
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William Talkington

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Man made storm water collection pond. Smyrna Deleware 
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+Alexander Diana I know that but people sometimes accidentally post so I was just checking
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Subash Aryc

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I wonder why didn't I use arch before 1 years. Its awesome.
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I was first impressed by Arch Linux's extensive wiki. In Debian sometimes the right magic to use came from the Arch wiki. So it already turned me on to that. I've been using Arch as my primary workstation OS at home, and thus far it's been great. I haven't run into any major problems I couldn't fix yet. Just one that I can think of, and I've worked around it (by not using lightdm as my screensaver). 
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Michael Boyle

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I don't know how I feel about this review. I don't think they tried hard enough.
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+Ryan Christie​ I love to install only what I use with CLI cause can choose what Browser what mail client what text editor and what file manager I'm going to use and only the utilités I need, that's why I love Arch and also I want to choose my desktop manager cause the one I préfère is LightDM
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