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Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2020 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by jedi on September 26, 2020, 04:06:52 AM »
It has been far too long since I have posted...

No doubt, same here.  Not even sure if I've posted a scot this year.  Shame on me.  I am still involved everyone believe it or not and stay in touch with VastOne.  May your golfing career be as long as since the day you began to play till now!!!  ??? (inside joke?  nahhhh it's pathetic...)

So, haven't been in the computer game much this year.  Took the year off you might say.  At the beginning of the year a new laptop was purchased for the first time since 2014 or '15, not sure.  As you'll quickly be able to tell it is a MacBook Pro and my first one ever.  I'm totally blown away by it and love it and mostly blame Linux for that!  8). Course now that GMB might be back, we'll have to see about getting that running cross environment and going on the Mac!  Yup still type too much...

Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2020 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by VastOne on September 25, 2020, 01:30:47 AM »
I'm really not sure yet RatMan... That link is about all there is and I happened across it only by chance on the GMB IRC channel today... It for sure is not being advertised yet

Everything works in it.. It loads all the original layouts and all of the plugins work, I think I the only thing I had to make sure of was that libgtk3-perl was installed

For anyone who does load it and if you have a large library, it will take approximately 18-20 minutes (or more) as it is hardwriting your database after the first scan.. Just an FYI, it only happens after the initial scan
Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2020 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by PackRat on September 25, 2020, 01:12:01 AM »
Looks nice. GMB get forked, or did the development team just give it some love?

direct link

Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2020 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by VastOne on September 24, 2020, 11:27:40 PM »
It has been far too long since I have posted but with a GTK3 version of GMB working I had to showcase it

Still VSIDO and Fluxbox ... Holler if you have questions

Artwork & Screenshots / Re: 2020 Screenshot Thread
« Last post by riV on August 09, 2020, 04:28:43 AM »
Hello VastOne 
I hope, when the upgrade removes wicd, that you are not using it at the time. 
When upgrade removes medit, with what will you replace medit? 
.In with the new.  Readied for peril of mass removal. 


VSIDO News & Announcements / Re: Long live VSIDO
« Last post by sqlpython on July 13, 2020, 02:47:53 AM »
VastOne and contributors Hello again and Congratulations on the continued run!!
...Sorry for my absence..
...And Yes! Long live VSIDO.

"The Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated".. Samuel Clemens.

 I haven't really posted anywhere in at least 4 yrs. I believed that based on the download page,, Vsido had gone dark. I saw the forums still had some posts but that may occur for some distros years after the distro is discontinued. Apparently you continue to put out a Yearly download.

 IMHO VastOne this is the most compelling FluxBox build anywhere.. Great Work..
I have continued using Slackware since 1995. Currently, also working with one VSIDO & a Bunsen Labs. I have not installed another VSIDO in yrs. I downloaded one last yr but never did install it as I began to work with some BSDs again. That sums up the last 4 or 5 yrs. (Boring)

Time for me to get back to a nice FluxBox Install.
After scaring away all those who did not like systemd, I am not surprised they did not majority vote to affirm init diversity.  So much so, I'm not even bothering to check to confirm that's how it went, such is the strength of my presumption. 
VSIDO News & Announcements / Re: Long live VSIDO
« Last post by Digit on July 12, 2020, 07:31:02 PM »
Very glad, that when I look to fluxbox again (in (and posting this from) a virtualmachine of void hijacked with bedrock adding devuan ceres, artix and gentoo), and do some fluxbox configuration searches, vsido forum posts are among the results, and the most helpful.  Very glad vsido's still going.  :)  Long Live vsido and the vsido community!  :)   (quality over quantity, reduces noise/signal ratio.)  :)
... Though i'd still choose to have it more vcereso ;D
(side note: did have an obarun hijack first, but its s66 stuff's being fancy and unfamiliar scared me away initially... but... seems they are encroaching (and surpassing?) some of systemd's intended solution space.  It may warrant further investigation.  ... and, would you agree, that'd be fascinating, if one day, we get a debian/devuan with obarun's fancy init system?)
General Support / Re: Way over my head
« Last post by PackRat on July 02, 2020, 06:01:48 PM »
The copyright files should have been part of the Debian package for the printer. If the symlinks were created incorrectly, you would have to create them manually.
General Support / Way over my head
« Last post by Gordon on July 02, 2020, 02:22:49 PM »
Hi folks
Its all way above me this. I had broken symlink files which i have after reading loads deleted them all. That leaves me with thousands of " missing-copyright-files ". I have spent ages reading pages of stuff on the net but can't find anywhere that tells me how to reinstall them, at least nothing that i understand, so would appreciate some help / advice on what i should do about them. This all stems from trying to install my all in one ET-2750 scanner driver. ( still not installed ) the printer itself is working. I also have loads of "  undefined-symbol " errors and loads of other stuff too. I guess the only thing to do is a complete reinstall
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