Baron | 30 Mar 23:38 2015
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Broken Packages

Hello all,

Synaptic complains that I have three broken packages !
How do I identify them, and what do I need to do to fix them.
Running Debian Jessie rc2.

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Michael Meier | 30 Mar 10:20 2015
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How does the mirror selection work?

How does ppa.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net determine which mirror it
redirects to?
Reason behind my question is that I just tried to install V14 on a local
debian machine, and 100% of all file-requests were redirected to
tde-mirror.yosemite.net - which isn't even on the same continent. Our
own mirror (ftp.fau.de) on the same AS would have been a much saner
choice. Or at least a random mirror in Europe.
This is not because the mirrors don't have the file. Random example:
http://ppa.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net/trinity/trinity-r14.0.0/debian/pool/main/t/tdmtheme-trinity/tdmtheme-trinity_14.0.0-r137-0debian7.0.0+pr17_amd64.deb
always redirects both my university-machine and my home-dsl to
tde-mirror.yosemite.net even though at least ftp.fau.de and
bg1.mirror.trinitydesktop.org have the file in Europe.
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Will Hill | 29 Mar 16:43 2015
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Yahoo bounces.

I keep getting bounce warnings from this list, apparently because of a problem 
with Yahoo.  The bounce messages say,

"host gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com[74.125.70.26] said:
    550-5.7.1 Unauthenticated email from yahoo.com is not accepted due to
    domain's 550-5.7.1 DMARC policy. Please contact administrator of yahoo.com
    domain if 550-5.7.1 this was a legitimate mail. Please visit 550-5.7.1
    http://support.google.com/mail/answer/2451690 to learn about DMARC 550
    5.7.1 initiative. ro6si3093371igb.36 - gsmtp (in reply to end of DATA
    command)"

Lisi Reisz | 29 Mar 15:19 2015
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TDE installed, LXDE not installed. LXDE launches. TDE will not launch. ?????

Help!  I got myself in a mess after updating.  The usual, reverting to lightdm 
and LXDE.  Which mess I made worse.  Well, I couldn't really see what I was 
doing.  So I purged lightdm.  No better.  So I purged LXDE.  No better.  So I 
purged then installed TDE.  

aptitude purge tde-trinity
aptitude install tde-trinity
(The second as per 
https://wiki.trinitydesktop.org/Debian_Trinity_Repository_Installation_Instructions )

Nothing much happened.  Only one package was touched.

<aptitude show> says that **LXDE is not installed** and that TDE is installed.  
It says that lightdm is not installed.  It says that tdm-trinity is 
installed.

But when I boot up it is LXDE that launches, bypassing any dm.  Yes, I know.  
That sounds totally mad.  But I have repeatedly checked.  I am flummoxed.

Reporting real error messages is terribly difficult because I haven't got LXDE 
set up so that I can see it well, and the virtual terminals are impossible.

Wiping and reinstalling would be the easiest thing to do, and also the 
quickest.  But it would also be defeatist.  Has anyone any other ideas?

Thanks,
Lisi

Roel Wagenaar | 27 Mar 17:04 2015
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Repo not reachable

L.S.

In the proces of upgradeing my desktop from trinity v3.5.13 to r14.0.0, I am
confronted with a unreachable mirror.

Small screenshot attached.

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Roel Wagenaar | 27 Mar 12:57 2015
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PowerPC

L.S.

I have seen messages about a port to the powerpc platform, but can't find a link
to a repository, I am in the process of waking up my old classic Imac.

Right now the machine is beiing upgraded from Debian squeeze to wheezy, and the
idea of putting bloatware like KDE4 on it does not feel right.

Can anyone gif me a hint to where to lool?

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"Commit history" not working

Hello
Do you have the same problem with "Commit history" on TDE site? It
displays last information dated 2015-03-10, while automated
notification mailing list informs about newer commits.
MCbx

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"Commit history" not working

Hello
Do you have the same problem with "Commit history" on TDE site? It
displays last information dated 2015-03-10, while automated
notification mailing list informs about newer commits.
MCbx

Alexandre | 25 Mar 01:16 2015
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Trinity Raspbian image for Raspberry Pi 2

Hi all,

Is there an image of Raspbian with TDE, built on top of a fully updated Raspbian system?

I just received my Raspberry Pi 2 today, and I'm much more impressed by its performance than the original Raspberry Pi model B that I had.

Thank you!
-Alexandre
Thierry de Coulon | 22 Mar 14:20 2015
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EasyLinux will review Trinity

Hello everybody,

I've just seen that the German magazine EasyLinux will publish a review of 
Trinity in its second 2015 issue (they say on 17.04.2015).

http://www.easylinux.de/ for those who can read German. I'll try to get it.

Thierry

Gene Heskett | 22 Mar 04:18 2015

New thread, next problem

Greetings all;

I had to reboot after 19+ days of uptime yesterdat, dinking around with a 
new hard drive that wasn't quite new. 
Anyway, since then I have only had the new mail beep from mail as 
entertainment, all web video is silent movies, and even Kscd is muted as 
in the volume control is greyed out.

This has all worked without a trace of pulse even being installed.

Here is my SWAG on it.  This motherboard has 2 snd-hda-intel driven 
systems thru the MCP55 chipset on this M2N-SLI Deluxe asus board.

My video card, is an eVga whose hdmi audio is not even bonded out, so 
while it signs in when an lcpci  -vv is exec'd, the only noise its ever 
made is from the GeForce4 8400 GS's cooling fan, which is typically a 
bearing rattling annoyance.  Its an eVga, what can I say, you buy 
aftermarket fans in 3 packs for them, and its on its 2nd of the 3 now.

But I think somehow that the snd-hda-intel driver has linked itself to 
the no output stuff on this video card.

Since the same snd-hda-intel driver runs both, how can I blacklist the 
worthless one?  Can I edit something in udev.d to cause the product 
number 1302 to be ignored?  That might be the ultimate hammer to drive 
tis nail it seems.

Comments, audio guru's?

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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