Adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary
I used the steps from: My installation was a minimal CLI install of Jessie. Then I upgraded to Ascii. Then I installed OB. HP Probook G2: Arch, Debian Stable Others: Openbox, Cinnamon, Xfce Chroot: I think the lxde stuff is more native to openbox than lxqt stuff. Miyo can probably help out with this. The command to fix broken dependencies is apt-get -f install Then run your install command after this. If nothing else works remove the pkgs causing issues from the list and do them late one at a time.
So I use gnome-screenshot even though I despise adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary. I also have a suspicion that sometimes repositories are partially working making pkgs unavailable, even though their release files are available.
I recently tried the new refracta-ascii and between me and adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary refracta-man we never figured out why openrc wouldn't install in my ob. So it's not just me! Based on my experience, I will assume you were trying to install the Xfce stuff immediately after upgrading to Ascii. That was my case on several builds I found that if I booted into the desktop, used it for awhile, adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary an update and upgrade I could adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary install the Xfce items and gdebi.
Strange, but it always worked for adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary reason. When changing your sources. I've experienced no issues with that I have been Devuanated, and my practice in the art of Devuanism shall continue until my Devuanization is complete. Until then, I will strive to continue in my understanding of Devuanchology, Devuanprocity, and Devuanivity.
Veni, vidi, vici vdevuaned. I came, I saw, I Devuaned. Going from jessie to ascii leaves you with a lot of junk floating around, you'll have an extra libicu, extra c processors etc in addition to other challenges. Please donate to support Devuan and init freedom! I wasn't aware that a Devuan ascii. I aways install the jessie base system, upgrade it to ascii, remove obsolete packages from the upgrade, and then start building from there. Yes, there are no official ascii isos yet but fsmithred has a few unofficial isos floating around.
I personally ran into issues with the eth0 device naming thing recently on one of those so will have to redo as an upgrade from jessie. Get answers - Help Devuan - Report a bug. Perhaps I misunderstood what greenjeans was saying, because I'm unaware of any way to get an ascii installation for the time being without changing the sources.
Boot a Refracta iso. Or, install debootstrap in your existing jessie if you want to install adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary to another partition. I'm not sure if the excludes are necessary anymore. Chroot into the new system to make additions and changes. You can use the shortcut method or adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary all the commands adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary. Install kernel and other packages Edit configs Create root password Create user Install grub or other bootloader. Before I read adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary reply fsmithredI started wondering if it could be done by debootstrap I did a refracta ascii installation, it told me that some stuff were missing but apparently the next day they were there again.
So something is up with the repositories. But, as long as you do a dist-upgrade and then use autoremove I don't see how in the world things would be different. I always upgrade apt itself and adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary few other things before I do a complete upgrade. I have gone from wheezy to ceres via jessie or straight into ascii in the past. The outcome was identical. The next obstacle would be to get S6 working on Devuan. Someone is working on runit it seems.
Then we can brag about freedom of choice. By the way, without reading much about kernel development, I see this new 4. It seems to crank it up when loaded and slowing it down for less demanding processes. This probably saves energy laptops and cuts down on heat gamers with stepped up processors. I didn't have adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary do anything to make runit work as a processor supervisor, it just works in both jessie and adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary. The fun bit is configuring it to run stuff ;- You can run it alongside SysV adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary and I think I saw that you can use it with OpenRC in a similar fashion, if you want your daemons supervised, i.
Anyways, it was just an experiment, though in the xfce desktop upgrade from jessie to ascii, the OS is running fine till now but I didnt tested it too muchthough the issue occurred in my test trial of the minimal install. You would think, but in practice i've done it a bunch of times in the last year, and been left with a huge mess to clean up every time. I could make a clean Vuu-do ascii but it would be a lot of work I just don't have time for right now, i'm waiting for the official release, then I will do a net-install and use Miyo's build method to make Vuu-do Armadillo.
It should have worked. I've installed openbox in ascii several times recently, from upgraded minimal jessie installs adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary from debootstrap installs of ascii.
And I've run it with and without a adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary manager. What repository did you use for ascii - was it auto. I can't reproduce your error. I can install xfce4-terminal and thunar in my ascii with openbox. I tried it on a live-iso I made two weeks ago and also on adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary upgraded install of the same iso. In both cases, I used your sources.
Do you have any packages or repos pinned? Try it with aptitude and see what alternate solutions it offers. That might provide an explanation of why those things won't install.
By default I never adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary aptitude in Debian. But then I installed it to try as you guided. If it's a bug, it must be reproducible. Please say more about how and what you installed and how you upgraded so someone can repeat it and get the same result.
How is policykit-1 broken? Not because it says that dbus-user-session breaks policykit There is no dbus-user-session in devuan. Installing dbus-x11 should have corrected the situation.
I'm not on a Miyo Ascii right now, or I would check, but I don't believe that I installed anything in Miyo Ascii that wasn't in Devuan Ascii other than my custom window themes and I think I installed some icons which aren't part of Ascii. Everything else is simply configurations that I made to Devuan Ascii.
The menu also came from Devuan Ascii I adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary configured the Openbox menu to use the Xfce applications menu. So with Miyo Ascii, you are actually running a preconfigured Devuan Ascii system. All that I did was just put the Openbox system together for users.
If you're experiencing slow updates, you should change your sources. Hi Welcome you to Devuan But kindly start another thread, as your point is out of bounds of this current discussion. Click new thread on the main index of any sub forum. As you think, as applies. Right now aptitude has installed, I can give you teamviewer access, if its possible.
I installed jessie, minimal possible from xfce cd. Upgraded to ascii, using apt-get or apt. Installed OB and other basic apps. I dont have much expertise or used aptitude at all. I only used apt-get, and not simple apt. But I may be wrong here, as it only updates as they get synced from repo server. The aptitude message about dbus-user-session breaking policykit-1 just means that the packages are incomatible with each other.
Not that anything is broken. A broken package would adwaita-qt4 10-1 binary marked with a B in the first column of the 'dpkg -l' output.