... as root, run this in a terminal: echo "blacklist bcma" >> /etc/modprobe.d/broadcom-wl-blacklist.conf
Yes. I understand you wouldn't want to restore all your XXGBs of data to get back a lost file. Please have a look at the following links to restore single files.
Woah! Week 15!
xmedcon is finally ready for review. Can you review it?! Both it's build dependencies were built and pushed to updates this week.
The FreeMat package has been fixed too …
A quick update (My internet subscription at home lapsed and I'm posting from office!)
This week was pretty constructive. I'm still working with Orion on fixing the DCMTK.cmake file. I need ITK to test Ginkgo-CADx but it's breaking in mock. Mario appears to be on vacation (where are you …
I only worked 4 days this week. I had to rush back to college for my evaluations and had to request Susmit to give me some time off to handle it. I just got back today. The first order of things was to push python-hl7 to testing. You can try …
I've just updated the python-hl7 spec and srpm at the review ticket. It's another easy package and should be approved in no time …
The project is steadily building up, brick by brick. Aeskulap was approved and a bunch of other packages submitted for review. GoFigure2 is one of them, Ginkgo-CADx is almost done, and freemedforms will be approved anyday now :)
A complete table is below:
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If any of you are still seeing this error on running sealert after the latest updates :
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 692, in <module> run_as_dbus_service(username) File "/usr/bin/sealert", line 112, in run_as_dbus_service app = SEAlert(user, dbus_service.presentation_manager, watch_setroubleshootd=True) File "/usr/bin …
Like I had said, I didn't try to package any new applications this week. (I did actually, but I haven't submitted any review tickets this week). This week was about working on the existing review tickets.
To start with, "toothchart" was reviewed and approved. I'm grateful to Mario Blättermann, who …
A very short, to the point post:
The software packaged this week was:
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|715498||medium||medium||Linuxfirstname.lastname@example.org||NEW||---||Review Request: elmer-hutiter - Open Source Finite Element Software for Multiphysical …|