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Started by dhinds, December 22, 2015, 01:51:30 PM
Quote from: paxmark1 on December 23, 2015, 01:23:23 AMDid your conky go from 1.09 to 1.10? Huge change to a default lua script. If so, maybe look on the Bunsen forums about the change, or the conky website.
Quote from: paxmark1wifi - what chipset?
Quote from: paxmark1If you always stop at "Safely Upgrade the System" you negate the purpose of using Debian Testing. To get the new libraries and the advances you must do a full upgrade either via "Upgrade the System" or in the command line. A recent thread on the Bunsen forums about Sid and Bunsen would be quite applicable to testing and Sparky. A full upgrade should be probably done at least once a week, excepting huge transitions like the c++ transition last August. https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=101&p=6
Quote from: paxmark1I discovered openbox via CrunchBang and now Bunsen. It has lots of info about openbox - it is a good alternative place to search for conky and openbox info and support.
Quote from: pavroo on December 23, 2015, 11:31:58 PMAll the packages with 'siduction' in their names have to be removed.Lxsession and lxpolkit are not in use in Openbox edition anymore.Remove the package: lxsession-data 0.4.9.2-1+siduction2
Quote from: pavroo on December 24, 2015, 12:37:02 AMI have improved a Wiki page of base edition, can be helpful:http://sparkylinux.org/wiki/doku.php/sparky_base
Quote from: pavrooWhat else is wrong?
Quote from: pavroop.s.The 'Full System Upgrade' is recommended way to keep the system up to date, as paxmark1 mentioned.There is also 'Upgrade System' tool (sparky-aptus-upgrade package) which will do it automatically for you.
Quote from: paxmark1 on December 24, 2015, 05:52:23 AMI am guessing that you have your wifi back up.
Quote from: paxmark1To know more about the wrong grub(s) we need to know more about your system.
Quote from: paxmark1Do you have #!++ on a different hard drive, different partition or on a different computer. The grub you might be starting out with might be from a different install than the sparky install. How many different installs do you have on how many hard drives? For me on one computer I have Windows 7 and Debian Stable on the same hard drive (/dev/sda) and Bunsen on another hard drive (/dev/sdb) with ONE grub install on the mbr of /dev/sda1.
Quote from: paxmark1I can be blunt. I see no value in you continuing on having #!++, especially if it is on the same computer. IMO you will not learn anything new or better on #!++ than on the sparky openbox. Last I saw #!++ was a one man show with his forum on reddit.
Quote from: paxmark1If you want a debian stable system with openbox as your rock solid stable option - debian8.2 with LXDE is openbox based as is Bunsen.
Quote from: paxmark1But if you are in this to grow and learn, definitely keep the Sparky openbox and the challenge of testing. Read up on grub, find out if you have more than one one grub install on your entire computer and how to update grub.
Quote from: paxmark1Wine is picky or stubborn in 64 bit environments sometimes.
Quote from: pavroo on December 24, 2015, 10:56:34 PMYour problem with mounting partitions (missing privileges) occured after removing lxpolkit, I suppose.Have you added policykit-1-gnome to the openbox startup script as I told you before, using the Wiki page?http://sparkylinux.org/wiki/doku.php/sparky_baseIf so, show me your ~HOME/.config/openbox/autostart.sh file, please.
#! /bin/bashnitrogen --restore && \tint2 &/usr/lib/policykit-1-gnome/policykit-gnome-authentication-agent-1 &(sleep 6s && volumeicon) &xscreensaver -nosplash &xfce4-panel &#conky conky &##xfce4-power-manager &
apt-cache policy policykit-1-gnome
Quote from: pavroo on December 25, 2015, 06:34:59 PMThe autostart is fine.
Quote from: pavrooCheck do you have 'policykit-1-gnome' package installed:Code Select Expandapt-cache policy policykit-1-gnomeDid you log out and log in back (or reboot) after?
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