[PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 80, Issue 24

Jacob Daniels jacob.dan1984 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 27 13:21:07 PDT 2013


using the pbi_add command in terminal seems to work fairly well, and the
menu icons (except for client and server menu entries) seem to work,
although no desktop icons were added.

There were no errors that I could see.

also, pbi_add is terribly faster compared to the QT front end.

just a little nuisance, not really a major complaint


On Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 3:01 PM, Jacob Daniels <jacob.dan1984 at gmail.com>wrote:

> Ken,
>
> App-cafe installs (most) stuff just fine,(usually) except as I said it
> doesn't put menu\desktop buttons, where it should, or does not install the
> application at all.
>
> I have not gotten any error dialogs, so could you point me to a log, that
> I can fetch?
>
> so far I have gotten these issues with firefox,chrome , but not opera.
>
> A game called  "red-eclipse" puts the menu items and desktop icons there
> but clicking on them has no effect
>
> and I just recently re-installed (virgin install....upgraded , first
> thing) and upgraded to 9-Stable to see if it would help,
>
> and it has for the Internet browsers, but not red-eclipse.
>
> Also,
>
> The system testing utility "cpu - burn" does not even install from my
> guess(I may be wrong, due to ignorance,etc) as I can't get it to run from
> the terminal nor find it any where, using the file manager.
>
> I would very much appreciate being able to find the PBI log that will help
> both of us.
>
> I'll send it to you in a jiffy!
>
>
>
> Thanks!
>
>
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>> Kris, it mounted fine and all applications work, except for app cafe ,
>> which is a bit fussy at times!
>>
>> So, maybe just a warning , but here is the read out  :
>>
>> jdx at ix-971] ~% zdb | grep ashift
>>              ashift: 9
>>
>> it has not been making correct path links for the lxde menu, for either
>> 9.2 RC-4 or this 9-STABLE
>>
>> So far it is mostly red-eclipse(the FPS) and the media players, VLC and
>> Umplayer, FreeTuxTV too!
>>
>> Chromium ,Firefox and opera install just fine.....but not on stable.
>>
>> strangely my ISP's Web E-mail(uses perl,java and flash) works perfectly
>> on stable, but not on linux, windows-8 pro or anything else... :-0
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>> Excellent work, Kris and Team!
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>> :-D
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>> Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2013 08:50:19 -0400
>> From: Ken Moore <ken at pcbsd.org>
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>> Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 80, Issue 22
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>> On 09/27/2013 05:29, Jacob . D wrote:
>> > Kris, it mounted fine and all applications work, except for app cafe ,
>> > which is a bit fussy at times!
>> >
>> > So, maybe just a warning , but here is the read out  :
>> >
>> > jdx at ix-971] ~% zdb | grep ashift
>> >             ashift: 9
>> >
>> > it has not been making correct path links for the lxde menu, for
>> > either 9.2 RC-4 or this 9-STABLE
>> >
>> > So far it is mostly red-eclipse(the FPS) and the media players, VLC
>> > and Umplayer, FreeTuxTV too!
>> >
>> > Chromium ,Firefox and opera install just fine.....but not on stable.
>> >
>> > strangely my ISP's Web E-mail(uses perl,java and flash) works
>> > perfectly on stable, but not on linux, windows-8 pro or anything
>> > else... :-0
>> >
>> > Excellent work, Kris and Team!
>> >
>> > :-D
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>> Could you elaborate a bit more on what errors you are getting with the
>> AppCafe? Is it simply download issues, or is actually related to
>> installation/running the applications?
>> If the AppCafe itself runs into an error, it should pop-up a message box
>> warning you about the error that also has a little "more details" button
>> in the corner to let you see the actual error code (which would be
>> useful).
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>> --
>> ~~ Ken Moore ~~
>> PC-BSD/iXsystems
>>
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