About four years ago I was thinking about creating blog in English.1 Not that I had anything particular to say, it’s just writing was, is and most likely will be, very important part of my life. There were couple of issues however:
Now that eOS Luna Beta 1 was released, I decided to switch to it completely. Awhile ago I gave some nightly builds a try, I liked what I saw, but it had too many rough edges for me at that time and I switched back to Debian. How long will it last this time? We’ll see.
- audacious 3.3.2: bugfix release, available in experimental.
- deja-dup 2.40.0: first stable release of 2.40 branch, available in experimental.
- midori 0.4.7: latest upstream release, available both in unstable and experimental (GTK+3).
- uberwriter 12.10.02: first public beta, available in experimental branch (be careful with this one and report any encountered bugs).
If you, like me, need distraction-free editor to create proper content, then you will love UberWriter! I started (successfully) porting this app to Debian and you can find 12.08.28 release in my experimental branch. Be cautious however, cause this release by default installs under
/opt/extras.ubuntu.com/uberwriter path. If you want to help me, then please grab package (*.deb should be sufficient) from here: deb.ianod.es/debian/incoming. The only difference is the usage of the default installation path (
/usr/share etc.), but I didn’t had time to test it myself. Have fun and please report any problems you will encounter! (:
In official Debian repositories there’s pretty old version of Midori available. In my PPA you can find latest, 0.4.6 release — in unstable without GTK+3 and in experimental with GTK+3 support. Remember to use mirror site located here: deb.ianod.es/debian.
This is just an quick heads-up. Sure, Android 4.0.x and 4.1.x were available for quite some time via CM9 and CM10, but for the official one Galaxy Tab 10.1 users needed to wait really long time. Now, you can go and grab ICS 4.0.4 from SamMobile for example. Few things worth noting:
Another quicky, cause I found a spare moment: latest deja-dup release (23.90) is now available in experimental branch of my PPA. Remember to use mirror site located here: deb.ianod.es/debian.
Just an quick update — latest stable release, 3.3.1, of Audacious media player is now available in experimental branch. Keep in mind, that you still need to use mirror to obtain packages: deb.ianod.es/debian.
It’s been awhile, I know, but there were few reasons for that and I will write about it somewhere in the near future.
Mostly what I’ve done in the last few days:
- Lots of cleanings — all old and no longer supported packages were cleaned from repositories.
- Preparation for movement to a new server — thanks to that, repository will be much more reliable, properly backed up and blazing fast (I kid you not!).
- Bringing up new build environment — much more powerful machine (which saves me a lot of time on building packages), pretty much no space limitation for my needs.
So, not a lot of actual building, isn’t it? But even though, for purposes of this post, I’ve build three new packages (I wanted to test new environment too): Audacious 3.3 Beta 1 (Beta 2 is already released and I will build and upload it tomorrow), Revelation 0.4.14 (latest upstream release) and Xournal 0.4.7 (latest upstream release).
If you have any package suggestions, that you would like to see in Debian, leave a comment, tweet me or drop me a line on e-mail/facebook/g+ with suggestions (:
Awhile ago, on my G+ account, I asked following question:
Dear lazyweb. I’m looking for some SSH connection manager for Linux with tabs and logging. Any suggestions?– https://plus.google.com/u/0/104932547714077013691/posts/cerdSCmExc3
There were few answers with suggestions, however none of them offered ultimate solution for all mentioned points. Today, I found the answer myself, and that answer is PAC Manager. Just read on its website what this wonderful piece of software is capable of and don’t forget to have a look on screenshots section too. Personally, I will only tell you, that you can find download links here, and besides sources for self-compilation, there are DEB and RPM packages ready.