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Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by Tim CowChip » 22. Jun 2016, 20:04

This is a 14.1 package from SBO. I patched it to build on salix64-xfce-14.2beta1
Lumina-0.8.6
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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by ChuangTzu » 28. Jun 2016, 21:04

Tim, thanks for building this. Did you notice high CPU usage with Lumina? I built it a few times on standard Slackware64 and Salix64 and both times it spiked CPU 100%.
Couldn't figure out why.

Other than that it seems to have alot of potential.

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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by Tim CowChip » 28. Jun 2016, 22:22

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HI Chuang

I'm not noticing high cpu usage with Lumina. There is one problem I am noticing, the panel is not "sticky". It appears on only the first workspace and no other.

This is the 0.8.6 version. Hopefully when SlackBuilds.org gets package submissions for 14.2, there will be a newer version of Lumina.

The latest source is at 0.9.0. It doesn't need the LXcbEventFilter.patch.
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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by Papasot » 29. Jun 2016, 07:58

Tim CowChip wrote:I'm not noticing high cpu usage with Lumina. There is one problem I am noticing, the panel is not "sticky". It appears on only the first workspace and no other.
A few months ago, I tried PC-BSD (which uses Lumina as the default window manager) on a spare laptop, and I had the exact same problem. Not sure about the details, but if I were to guess, I'd say it's a Lumina issue and has nothing to do with Tim's build.
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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by Tim CowChip » 4. Jul 2016, 02:03

the Lumina SlackBuild now builds thanks to the latest update to qt5. salix64 package
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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by DidierSpaier » 7. Jul 2016, 00:06

Tim, maybe you will consider rebuilding, at least to see if 1.0.0beta1 buids OK...

https://github.com/trueos/lumina/releas ... .0.0-Beta1

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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by Tim CowChip » 7. Jul 2016, 00:54

I used the same source as used by the SBO package http://download.salixos.org/sbo/14.2/de ... umina.info which did not build until the Salix qt5 package was updated on Jul 3, 2016 qt5-5.6.1-x86_64-1gv.txz.

If you want to try building with another source you can edit the SLKBUILD, put it in the same folder as your source open a terminal in that folder and

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fakeroot slkbuild -x
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Re: Lumina-Desktop SlackBuild

Post by DidierSpaier » 7. Jul 2016, 04:52

Of course. To clarify, I didn't mean my a post as a request, just an information.

Incidentally, the SBo repos for 14.2 are ready (I was about to write "the bar is open"). So, slapt-src works for 14.2.

Cheers,

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