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General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 25, 2017, 08:51:13 AM »
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Un-group it and see if you re-create the issue if that doesn't mess up your work flow too much.

Done. I can live with it for a while.

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It is definitely unique whatever you have snap.. I have SpaceFM open nearly all day long and cannot get it to crash

What version of debian/VSIDO/Whatever are you using?  I am curious if you can replicate this on a live boot of either VSIDO or Lite-VSIDO

Same here. The two windows opened nearly at all times are SpaceFM and urxvt running a tmux session. The other GUI stuff comes and go.

It's a LinuxBBQ spin (Bork 64) with sysvinit/OpenRC and the antiX Sid repo enabled to help keeping some cruft away... You know what I mean.  8)

I was thinking about that. I'll install Vsido on metal and try to somewhat replicate my system to see what happens.

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General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 24, 2017, 04:52:39 PM »
Not really. When it happens I'm doing something else, then when jumping back to SpaceFm it's stuck and sometimes shows only the menubar. The rest of the window is totally plain; No tabs, no panes, nothing else. Might be something related with GTK2, or something else borking it in some way. I'll keep checking.  The annoying thing is that it only happens once to twice per week. Hard to track.

I always run spacefm in a tabbed group in fluxbox. The group is like this:

Code: [Select]
[group]  (workspace=[0])
 [app] (name=urxvt)
 [app] (name=geany)
 [app] (name=spacefm)
 [app] (name=Navigator)
 [app] (name=Places) (class=Pale moon) (role=Organizer)
 [app] (name=qutebrowser)
 [app] (name=x-www-browser)
 [app] (name=Mail) (class=Fossamail)
 [app] (name=nomacs)
  [Workspace] {0}
  [Dimensions] {96% 96%}
  [Position] (UPPERLEFT) {2% 2%}
  [Jump] {yes}
  [Layer] {8}
  [Close] {yes}
[end]

Just in case this is related to fluxbox. It always happens when switching back to the SpaceFM tab from some other program

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General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 24, 2017, 03:52:02 PM »
It finally happened but I found nothing significant in the terminal messages. It just freezes with no error feedback and putting some cpu cores at full blast. I really have no clue about what to check.  ::)  What I found is that at least "ctrl  + c" terminates it. No real need to kill a stubborn process via htop. No idea if this is relevant.


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General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 23, 2017, 05:49:15 AM »
@Snap

Terminal showing anything whilst this is happening?

Don't know yet. I started launching spacefm from a terminal since I posted the OT, but it haven't frozen. I'll report when it happens.


So it's confirmed that IgnorantGuru gave up. Too bad news. Thankfully someone picked the torch. Thanks for reporting, filip.

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General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 18, 2017, 06:27:18 AM »
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I haven't seen any freezing issues with SpaceFM

Me neither. That's why I'm asking. It's seems it's on my side. but I cannot figure out the issue.

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General Support / Re: SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 17, 2017, 04:32:53 AM »
Thanks, hackerdefo. Yeah, that's what I was expecting.

Never heard of 4pane. It looks interesting and dependencies are only a bit bigger. It seems to deserve a try.

PCmanFM is not an option for me. I've tried it many times and feels like a huge step back. Ranger has been my main alternative for a good while. The main reason to keep going with SpaceFM (GUI instead of CLI) is that this great FM makes my workflow a bit faster and easier. Let's see...

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General Support / SpaceFM freezes
« on: July 16, 2017, 09:25:26 AM »
Anyone else having issues with SpaceFM? It's not something happening every day but it happens quite often. I don't know if it's a memory leak, a segfault, or whatever, but once SpaceFM freezes when opening htop to kill it I can see at least two CPU cores maxed out.  I suspect it's some conflict with dbus, but it's just a wild guess. I would like to know if it's only here or someone else is having this issue.

The installed version is 1.0.5 (GTK2). Which is the last one. But.... it's two years and a half old!

Is SpaceFM abandonware by now? It will be so sad seeing my favorite file manager ever going down and having to switch to anything else. The Ignoranrguru's blog is also silent since a long time ago. This doesn't smell so good either.

Edit: It's one year and a half old. My bad.

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Scripts / Re: vsido-exit (systemd based logout script for VSIDO)
« on: February 03, 2017, 07:54:54 AM »
About testing it. Thanks so much for your effort, hackerdefo.

Just one question. The "locker" part needs suckless-tools (if going that route instead of the other locker options), or more specifically slock, But IIRC suckless-tools is a Debian only package (maybe Ubuntu too. Not sure).  For most other distros the suckless stuff are independent packages. Shouldn't slock be specifically mentioned in some way into the "dependencies" group or whatever they are called in this case?

I point this out because If an user decides to go with any different patched dmenu version than vanilla, which is quite common amongst Debian users (and usually my case too), suckless-tools is not an option because of that other independent dmenu package, and slock (or any other suckless tools bit) must be installed separately from source.

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Scripts / Re: pmpm - Making Password Management Easy & Secure (V2)
« on: February 01, 2017, 05:40:04 AM »
Hey hackerdefo, I know you're quite busy right know, but I'll dare to ask... Is pmpm V2 still brewing?

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Scripts / Re: vsido-exit (systemd based logout script for VSIDO)
« on: February 01, 2017, 05:27:25 AM »
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@Snap I don't know french so I'll take it as a joke ;)

Ooops... Don't know what happened. I don't know french either. The picture stopped working for some reason...  ::)

For the record, It was a scrot of the window made smaller without any icons, just like the original one. A simple row of plain buttons.

Gotta test V3 after breakfast.

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Scripts / Re: vsido-exit (systemd based logout script for VSIDO)
« on: January 31, 2017, 09:55:27 AM »
I like this even better ;)


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Scripts / Re: vsido-exit (systemd based logout script for VSIDO)
« on: January 31, 2017, 08:21:17 AM »
^ Agreed. I like it plain too.

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Scripts / Re: vsido-exit (systemd based logout script for VSIDO)
« on: January 30, 2017, 08:51:05 AM »
Huh, the exit script is significantly smaller than the usual ck/python version. Good job, hackerdefo. It's nice when you see small scripts doing big jobs.

BTW; hicolor is in the default Vsido-lite packages (at least in the 24jan2017 test iso), so nothing extra to install.

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VSIDO Discussions / Re: VSIDO Build 2017
« on: January 29, 2017, 07:57:40 AM »
Amazing activity here, folks. That's how a team works! I really like the idea of this fat trimmed Vsido release.

If I'm allowed to chime in, now that you're finally fully adapting Vsido to systemd and redoing the exit script accordingly, is consolekit still necessary for anything else? I guess it might be left out of the equation. AFAIK, systemd is completely in charge of the former ck functions. Not sure about polkit. I guess it would be still needed for something.

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Nothing but rumors that systemd was phasing out fstab...  I think fstab is past its time and should be replaced and I am ready for it to happen

Oh, it isn't already? I thought this switch was already completed. Not experienced enough with systemd I'm afraid.

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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: January 2017 Screenshot Thread
« on: January 20, 2017, 08:52:01 AM »
 @dizzie: that's an amazing rig. Now you have to smoke it! I miss Xeons a bit, but since I don't (professionally) mix audio anymore. There's no need for them. Anyways my AMD Fx8350 serves me really well. I've never managed to stress it enough and put it down on its knees. I have way more power than what I need. The real bottleneck are the HDs. Slowly moving to all SSD. That's where the performance boost relies as of today.

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- A better PSU (I admit the "spaghetti" doesn't look pretty)

Ah, yes, modular PSUs! I failed on that too. I thought it was modular one when I bought mine. But discovered it wasn't when unpacking it. Now one of the side panels barely closes. Like an overdone suitcase. You need to push it really hard and fight a bit to lock it in position. Those damned wires... I'll need to replace it some of these days, but to say the truth  it performs wonders and it's totally silent. It's just the massive spaghetti leftovers...  ::)


BTW, Phenoms were some of the best bang for the buck CPUs AMD ever made.

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