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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #120 on: 07. May 2016, 04:30:58 »
I been testing out this build. Only have one issue have is with zsh. I like to watch youtube video with mpv + youtube-dl. With zsh I keep getting this. zsh: no matches found "add youtube link here". And bash just work just fine without any issue. I do like the idea of zsh. I stream almost everything with mpv now. Not a fan for gstreamer. I'm really hoping there might be a fix for this. Other wise I'll be downgrading to bash or mksh.


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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #121 on: 07. May 2016, 06:34:05 »
Could you post exact command you are using so we can troubleshoot this?

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #122 on: 07. May 2016, 06:38:02 »
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mpv https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IVY-0AFU_U
zsh: no matches found: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IVY-0AFU_U

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #123 on: 07. May 2016, 07:36:32 »
Quote that url with '.
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mpv 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IVY-0AFU_U'
Zsh expands * and ? To wildcard characters. Quoting prevents this.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #124 on: 07. May 2016, 07:38:49 »
Alternative: put this line into your zshrc:
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Quoting is better though.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #125 on: 07. May 2016, 07:50:29 »
I like the Alternative  :D. This should do for now.

As for my only nick pick. Any chance for gui installer. I know calamares will allow me to pick btrfs for root partition. But for some reason cli-installer does not. I'm not doing this for raid. Just because I have ssd. btrfs seem better fs option for ssd. For now I'm going with root=xfs and home=btrfs.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #126 on: 07. May 2016, 08:06:04 »
Thus is included on iso. If you want to use calamres you can install it on live system with
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sudo pacman -Sy calamares
However, I really recommend using cli-installer for btrfs (and for this edition in general, graphical installers set the shell of your installed system to unconfigured bash, which disables automatic startx on login). It will let you install and make subvolumes, it just does not let you format the partition. Gnome-disks is included on iso. Use it to make your btrfs partition, and when you use cli-installer, choose no when it asks if you want to format the partition.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #127 on: 07. May 2016, 08:07:21 »
Also,stable release vversion is coming out on monday or earlier.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #128 on: 07. May 2016, 08:16:42 »
Will I thought it was just like net install with No live wm. I have a look at next time. I did not see or read anything say you can just startx to start wm on the live session. It the same message you get in net install.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #129 on: 07. May 2016, 08:20:44 »
This edition uses getty as the display manager (normal console login). When you login in tty1, bspwm should start automatically. This happens on live session and also on installed system if you use cli-installer. But thus and calamares force your shell to bash on installed system.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #130 on: 07. May 2016, 10:19:35 »
The new isos have been built. I upkoad them in the evening.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #131 on: 08. May 2016, 23:31:51 »
The isos had unexpected issues. However, now after the stable snap, I rebuilt them. They are uploading to sourceforge right now. If they turn out to be nice, they are going to become the medias released.

The zsh issue was fixed, and antialiasing was turned on for gtk3 apps. Stable repos are used here.

The new isos can be found here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/manjarobspwmrespin/files/16.05/

Once they finish uploading,  should be within few hours.

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #132 on: 12. May 2016, 21:26:35 »
This is an excellent release!! Great work Chrysostomus :D
I have managed to find a few bugs:

- root has trouble at login.
I've tried both tty1 and tty2. I see
    /root/.extend.bashrc_profile: no such file or directory
and on tty1, X doesn't autostart. On both tty's, xinit fails: the screen freezes as soon as X initializes and no input is recognized, including ctrl+alt+bksp. Tested on free intel and nonfree nvidia.
This may be related to my having set up an additional user at installation. That user has no trouble at all, so this bug isn't critical to me; I only login root when X is broken anyway :P

- The "reload bspwmrc" hotkey doesn't seem to work.

- The "quit bspwm cleanly" hotkey quits to login, but not cleanly: after rebooting I was dropped into an emergency shell due filesystem corruption, with a "drive wasn't cleanly unmounted" diagnosis. fsck has been running all day...

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Re: Bspwm edition 16.03 - testing
« Reply #133 on: 12. May 2016, 22:27:25 »
This is an excellent release!! Great work Chrysostomus :D
I have managed to find a few bugs:

- root has trouble at login.
I've tried both tty1 and tty2. I see
    /root/.extend.bashrc_profile: no such file or directory
and on tty1, X doesn't autostart. On both tty's, xinit fails: the screen freezes as soon as X initializes and no input is recognized, including ctrl+alt+bksp. Tested on free intel and nonfree nvidia.
This may be related to my having set up an additional user at installation. That user has no trouble at all, so this bug isn't critical to me; I only login root when X is broken anyway :P

- The "reload bspwmrc" hotkey doesn't seem to work.

- The "quit bspwm cleanly" hotkey quits to login, but not cleanly: after rebooting I was dropped into an emergency shell due filesystem corruption, with a "drive wasn't cleanly unmounted" diagnosis. fsck has been running all day...

Thanks!
I'll fix those and rebuild isos. There should be no real need for that keybinding anymore, it is a relic of manjaroiso times. I'll just remove documentation about it. But that root thing I can and will fix.