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Offline drumBE

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New iso's
« on: 08. March 2016, 19:04:56 »
Any chance that there's gonna be new iso's for the pekwm?

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Re: New iso's
« Reply #1 on: 08. March 2016, 19:13:09 »
You could install the net install 16.02 then pekwm, pek-themes and pek-menu you would also need a display manager lightdm perhaps.
Suggest you read the wiki for netinstall

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Re: New iso's
« Reply #2 on: 08. March 2016, 22:33:07 »
Is it so that when you installed the old version it will come up to date?

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Re: New iso's
« Reply #3 on: 08. March 2016, 22:42:54 »
Is it so that when you installed the old version it will come up to date?
Recently one guy installed the last AwesomeWM ISO and was able to update.
The most common problem might be outdated keys. There are various solutions to get current keys.
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Re: New iso's
« Reply #4 on: 11. March 2016, 17:14:36 »
Recently one guy installed the last AwesomeWM ISO and was able to update.
The most common problem might be outdated keys. There are various solutions to get current keys.

True, I just had to fix keyring problem and it updated with no problems :]

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Re: New iso's
« Reply #5 on: 12. March 2016, 04:59:08 »
Yes you can install and update.

New releases Manjaro Pek should happen soon. A reformulation of the project was necessary.

Among the new features for the project it was necessary to create new tools and scripts. I'm currently working on them.

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Re: New iso's
« Reply #6 on: 12. March 2016, 12:53:31 »
i agree with tropper, the last couple of months have been stressful for manjaro community developers.
there were large changes introduced to manjaro-tools. things work differently now then they used to.
i am also still adjusting to the new way, and i still need to learn new stuff.

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