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zerozero@home ~ $ sudo apt-get install libjack0 libjack0:i386 Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required: dragonplayer ia32-libs-gtk-i386:i386 juk kdeplasma-addons libappconfig-perl libevent-2.0-5 libkdecorations4abi1 libsamplerate0:i386 libspeexdsp1:i386 libusb-0.1-4:i386 plasma-containments-addons plasma-desktopthemes-artwork plasma-runners-addons plasma-wallpapers-addons sweeper Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them. Suggested packages: jackd1 jackd1:i386 The following packages will be REMOVED: libjack-jackd2-0 The following NEW packages will be installed: libjack0 libjack0:i386 0 upgraded, 2 newly installed, 1 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 113 kB of archives. After this operation, 344 kB disk space will be freed. Do you want to continue [Y/n]?
Hello GeorgeCh,GeorgeCh wrote:Hello
... I reinstalled the programs and all work fine except the Pulseaudio volume control which reports failure to connect to Pulseaudio.Since audio works ,with Alsa probably, i wonder if i should try to enable Pulseaudio again.
Pipelight works just fine.
Yesterday, I updated the pipelight repo, to their new official Jesssie & sid repository.stratacast1 wrote: I had the same issue in just pure Debian where there were broken dependancies from wine-compholio. Anyone else run into this issue?
Okay cool! I figured it must have been just a bug on their end, but I also wasn't sure if perhaps I had missed something. I managed to get it to work from the repos they list from stable. I know it's not a good idea to mix packages from stable into testing, but would it be bad to mix add the repo they mentioned listed for stable in my solyd install?I will just wait to update wine-compholio, until they have it sorted.
Hi stratacast welcome to the SolydXK community.stratacast1 wrote:but would it be bad to mix add the repo they mentioned listed for stable in my solyd install?
Thanks zerozero! I must say so far I'm REALLY loving SolyX is there already a solution for testing or is it still in the process of being fixed?zerozero wrote:Hi stratacast welcome to the SolydXK community.stratacast1 wrote:but would it be bad to mix add the repo they mentioned listed for stable in my solyd install?
i wouldn't be worried about that (at least about that bit); that stable there is is an attribute of their repo and has nothing to do with debian's releases; as you see they have one specific repo for jessie and another for sid.
the core problem here is that the opensuse build system (great as it is) only builds for the stable debian branch and that worked until now but testing and sid are now very much different from wheezy and issues start to show up.
luckily they responded with a solution swiftly.
stratacast1 wrote:is there already a solution for testing or is it still in the process of being fixed?
I didn't understand what you said at first. You said they responded with a solution swiftly. Does that mean that they fixed the dependancy issue in Debian Testing, or they came up with a solution, which is now currently broken in Debian Testing?zerozero wrote:stratacast1 wrote:is there already a solution for testing or is it still in the process of being fixed?
Hi, i must say that i don't fully understand this sorry!
can you elaborate on it, please?
Hello,BlackoutWorm wrote:Any fix for this yet?
Because I had to do this the sid-repo way, which is not very noob-friendly.
So my suggestion to the solyd team is you either include the missing packages or include these repos and packages by default being that netflix support is pretty much an every guy's need.
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