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dCore X86 / Re: Article about dCore in freiesMagazin
« Last post by Misalf on Today at 03:41:48 AM »
Seems thoroughly written.
Will give it a read soon.

[The wallpaper in the screenshot looks nice]
dCore X86 / Re: sce-import -p doesn't "always" work
« Last post by jls on Today at 03:37:39 AM »
ok now
Raspberry Pi / Re: piCore : lost connection and home content!
« Last post by lahorde on Today at 03:12:02 AM »
After checking filesystem last time I got issue about Connection lost and home content lost, I checked home content, some files still here, but important file like /home/tc/www/cgi-bin/do_rebootstuff.sh disappeared.
dCore X86 / Article about dCore in freiesMagazin
« Last post by sm8ps on Today at 02:48:03 AM »
I am pleased to announce the appearance of my article about dCore (PDF-version, pp. 3-10) in issue 02/2016 of the German online magazine freiesMagazin. The "free magazine" has been publishing monthly news and information articles about free software, open source and Linux since 2006.
As could not be expected otherwise from this author, the article introduces a sample installation of dCore with LXDE on a USB-stick and points to THE wiki for further reference.  :)
dCore X86 / Re: lock file
« Last post by nitram on Today at 02:15:26 AM »
With new RC sce-debpurge is now locked out nicely when running sce-update or sce-import, thanks.
TCE Corepure64 / Re: QEMU for 64bit?
« Last post by curaga on Today at 02:12:55 AM »
Re cpufreq: the kernel functionality is included in base, and ondemand is the default. Anything done via the cpufreq utils can be done directly by writing into files in /proc and /sys.
TCE Talk / Re: GLX 1.3 or later on XorgServer 1.7.7
« Last post by curaga on Today at 02:07:02 AM »
Maybe you need a newer Xorg, I guess?
TCE Corepure64 / Re: QEMU for 64bit?
« Last post by Juanito on Today at 12:16:57 AM »
You should file a bug requesting that they put /usr/bin/env perl  ;)

..make extensions as you go along, then it will be persistant...
TCE Corepure64 / Re: QEMU for 64bit?
« Last post by flyingfishfinger on Today at 12:03:13 AM »
Got that one too. Apparently TC installs perl into /usr/local/bin as opposed to /usr/bin. So I needed to change the !# line inside keymap-gen.pl to !#/usr/local/bin.
Another dep is gtk3-gir, then it built. I now have a spicy client, but I need to recompile qemu to support spice output.
Also, it wants PulseAudio and Gstreamer 1.0. I thought I had the Gstreamer one, but I'll try and rebuild it.

...sheesh, I should write all this up when I'm done if I remember.  Meanwhile, since none of this is persistent I'll get lots of practise doing it over again after I reboot :D

TCE Corepure64 / Re: QEMU for 64bit?
« Last post by flyingfishfinger on February 08, 2016, 10:19:20 PM »
Ah, so many dependencies. The spice-server requres spice-protocol, which itself needs to be built. That required python six, which I couldn't get without pip, which needed to be downloaded separately. Urgh...this is why I didn't become a software engineer :p
Let me poke at this for a little and get back to you guys...

Update: I think I got past the vala (maybe not, I'll let you know). Currently building spice-gtk, which fails with the following:

GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_xorgevdev2xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_xorgkbd2xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_xorgxquartz2xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_xorgxwin2xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_osx2xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_win322xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  GEN      vncdisplaykeymap_x112xtkbd.c
/bin/sh: ./keymap-gen.pl: not found
  CC       vncdisplaykeymap.lo
vncdisplaykeymap.c:75:46: fatal error: vncdisplaykeymap_xorgevdev2xtkbd.c: No such file or directory
 #include "vncdisplaykeymap_xorgevdev2xtkbd.c"

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