Not 100% sure it would also be fixed inside VMs.
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Also, just tried it on Whonix-Host 184.108.40.206.7. It works.
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Will come in Whonix 220.127.116.11.4 and above.
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We're not using KDE anymore and sdwdate-gui is enabled by default.
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sclockadj3 is done -> T686.
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Jul 8 2017
I mean, how do you build the deb package?
Jul 7 2017
There's no build commands, LookNFeel packages are just directory structures that can be packaged as compressed archives and get put into the right paths to be picked up by the system.
What command do you use to build https://github.com/netrunner-artwork/artwork-lnf-netrunner-core?
Jul 3 2017
Yep, you can name your own LnF package anything. You could also patch/extend the default one in packaging if you prefer.
Jun 30 2017
Thanks @hein! We don't have to use org.kde.netrunner-core.desktop in path name? Can be anything?
Jun 26 2017
@matvey90 It does not work yet.
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May 3 2017
A python download progress bar class. Works with Python 3. Author has since moved to golang.
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Next time, that would be welcome.
I'm sure I could whip up a pull-request as well if you'd like.
Mar 7 2017
This helps a lot. I almost have a working solution.
Apparently debian control-files aren't ment to be parsed, or something. My google-fu seems to be stronger than my multiline-regexp-fu, so this http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/215919/11930 seems like a workable solution.
Mar 6 2017
Or perhaps utilize https://packages.debian.org/stretch/python3-debian for that task?
Mar 1 2017
Also, Python >= 3.4 comes with great API for concurrent execution - asyncio - much more powerful version of asyncore. In this case it could be used to avoid threads at all. But I'm still learning how to use it... You may want to read/watch this: https://fosdem.org/2017/schedule/event/python_coroutines/ if you want quick intro.
Where the other thread is created? For me it looks like get_time_from_servers is running in the main thread, so simply not catching SystemExit should be enough. At the point where it was raised, you already called sys.exit (which is how SystemExit is raised), so exit_handler was already called.
A python coding question. These two code blocks.
Feb 21 2017
One mistake fixed.
This unfortunately has quite a chance to have messed up an argument an introduce a regression.
Feb 20 2017
Feb 15 2017
Awesome! Works for me. Merged.
Should fix the right click menu freeze issue
Feb 13 2017
https://github.com/Whonix/sdwdate/commit/429b0156c8242e2353f5c1d64406f829f90c4168 by @joysn1980 helped a lot. Showed be the correct place where to implement this.
Feb 10 2017
Feb 9 2017
In-between, if anyone, else wants to give this a try, are welcome to do so
Let me give this a try, but probably once I am done with the porting of all the sdwdate/sdwdate-gui scripts to python3
Thanks Patrick. No comments from my end.
Feb 8 2017
I cooked something up...
That one is fixed.
Should fix this issue
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Whonix's build script is no longer used to build Qubes-Whonix, so this is not required.
Jan 12 2017
Sep 5 2016
Same as T439 no wall-clock guest or otherwise provided any longer.
Aug 16 2016
Duplicate of T466.
The workaround will be to no longer install iceweasel by default. No longer required, since we install Tor Browser by default.
Aug 15 2016
Aug 3 2016
Split task iptables block network access until sdwdate succeeded:
Aug 2 2016
Okay, that is very strange indeed. No idea. Perhaps a transient TravisCI issue?
Aug 1 2016
In the failed one (job #13.5)
Where did that happen? I checked all successful logs and found that nowhere.
For 3.1 - yes, this is expected, qubes-core-agent package currently is available only in testing repository (will be in stable in two days) - https://github.com/QubesOS/qubes-issues/issues/2205