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Budgie -rience
« on: 04. January 2015, 19:20:18 »
after net-install
I added the following applications :

gdm gnome-themes-standard gnome-session gnome-shell-extensions dkms net-tools xdg-user-dirs sudo bash-completion wget grub os-prober baobab evince file-roller firefox gedit gnome-backgrounds gnome-calculator gnome-control-center gnome-screenshot gnome-system-monitor gnome-terminal gnome-tweak-tool gstreamer0.10-plugins mutter nautilus noise vala viewnior vlc;

Install Budgie
Now logout and you can change to Budgie-Desktop as your session!

but in the end nothing happens
I have  "not found budgie-desktop"

any idea ? 8)
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #1 on: 04. January 2015, 19:59:41 »
after net-install
I added the following applications :

Why not a simply yaourt -S budgie-desktop-git ?

Was a while back but that worked for me.

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #2 on: 04. January 2015, 20:56:13 »
pacman -Ss budgie
community/budgie-desktop 8-1
    Simple GTK3 desktop experience

following applications is needed i think?
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #3 on: 05. January 2015, 00:39:51 »
Hmmm, damn , hope Mandog see's this, because he bas done this many times. Budgie rules, but I use EvolveOS in VM, so I do not have this issue atm, sorry.  But as Mips says, go for the git version.

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #4 on: 05. January 2015, 07:00:37 »
thanks

after fresh netinstall i add yaourt -S budgie-desktop-git
but have this errors :

'not find fekeroot binary required for build as non root user' and

'not find the strip binary required for object file stripping'

what's wrong ?
« Last Edit: 05. January 2015, 10:49:03 by rydhwan »
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #5 on: 05. January 2015, 12:24:25 »
Seems like you need the base-developer group of packages
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sudo pacman -S base-devel

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #6 on: 05. January 2015, 16:47:33 »
thanks

what exec in ~/.xinitrc : budgie-desktop not work
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #7 on: 05. January 2015, 16:50:10 »
thanks

what exec in ~/.xinitrc : budgie-desktop not work
Is this a question?
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #8 on: 05. January 2015, 16:54:57 »
yes

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #9 on: 05. January 2015, 18:18:18 »
Did you install the git edition from AUR or the official edition from Community database?

I installed Budgie this morning from repository(community) and it worked (kind of), removed it again as not fully working on my machine.
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #10 on: 05. January 2015, 18:30:54 »
budgie-desktop-git  wont work  :-[
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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #11 on: 05. January 2015, 20:18:19 »
I installed budgie-desktop-git on top of a minimal xfce install and it worked fine, so not sure what is missing from your install.

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #12 on: 05. January 2015, 20:48:01 »
If I were to figuer out how to start session on desktop I never used. pacman -Ql could help with this.
pacman -Ql budgie-desktop-git   look under /usr/bin/

Normally it exec desktopname or exec desktopname-session

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #13 on: 05. January 2015, 22:31:44 »
The EvolveOS forums and the readme.md on GitHub mention 'budgie-session'.

You could try that. ;)

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Re: Budgie -rience
« Reply #14 on: 05. January 2015, 22:35:57 »
i would do net install then install gnome and gnome-extra groups then add budgie-desktop from repo,this is what i did works great.
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