Quote from: jedi on September 07, 2022, 03:01:04 AM So yeah, ceni is deprecated and on my laptop it runs however it doesn't find the wlan0 connection. (or wlp2s0 etc) Not sure how this would work out for someone else on a different lappy. nmtui solves this for most lappy users imo. Of course one could go to all the trouble of doing it all via the terminal, but with wireless this tends to be a bit of a pain for some. (gasp) Anyway it definitely works.
So the welcome script, vsido-welcome just needs some lovin' I think...
The following installed just fine via vsido-welcome;
cups printer-driver-cups-pdf system-config-printer printer-driver-hpijs git git-gui git-cvs git-svn git-email mercurial subversion subversion-tools bzr bzrtools cvs thunar-vcs-plugin geany openssh-server
--Lamp Stack -not installed because of user preference, I don't need any of it yet...
apache2 mysql-server php5 php-pear php5-gd php5-mysql php5-imagick php5-curl curl phpmyadmin rsync cronolog-- don't know if any of it would have worked. Doubtful as to the oldish nature of some of the version numbers?
--Dev Env for Debian Packaging installed via apt
build-essential debhelper cdbs dh-make diffutils patch gnupg fakeroot lintian devscripts dpatch dput quilt zenity clipit bashburn keepassx numlockx-- installed
--Image Editors installed via apt
gimp inkscape mtpaint gcolor3 shotwell darktable rawtherapee-- installed
--No longer in repo's
dpatch=no candidate, bashburn=no package found, gcolor2=gcolor3 now instead and installed via apt, openjdk-6-jre is up to like 19 now, icedtea6-plugin is now icedtea-netx-- not installed
and oh yeah, cups-pdf is now printer-driver-cups-pdf.
So there, if I missed anything let me know...
Now if I can figure out this new jgmenu toy!!!
Thank you for this Jed, a year later I have finally gone through and cleaned up and updated vsido-welcome to its latest versions and it will be available and working again on the next version of the FSA release. I have also attached the changed files in the lib-vsido-welcome.tar.gz listed here. Just extract the files to your /usr/lib/lib-vsido-welcome directory on VSIDO