Posts tagged ‘gnome’

GNOME 3.4beta2 available

Here is a gift from me and heftig for our 10th anniversary.

GNOME 3.4beta2 is available in [gnome-unstable] repository. To use this version you need to enable [gnome-unstable] repository, as top repository to pacman.conf, along with [testing] repository.

[gnome-unstable]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist
[testing]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist
[core]
...

Have fun testing these packages. Like always packaging bugs should be reported on our bugtracker, anything else considered bugs should be reported to GNOME bugzilla. Before reporting an upstream bug, be sure you search first on bugzilla in the appropriate project. I keep track on bugs discovered by our community on this todo list.
If you report an issue, please let me know to add it on my todo list.

GNOME 3.2 beta2 available in gnome-unstable

Howdy gang, long time no see…

As promised multiple times on forums, GNOME 3.2 beta2 was just released and guess what? We got it! Shinier and full of new features, noticeable are gdm’s brand new look, gnome-online-accounts, gnome-contacts, gnome-documents, epiphany web application support, new user menu and better chat integration. Along with that, nautilus received a new file previewer named sushi, feature that I like the most.

To use this new version you need to enable gnome-unstable repository, as top repository to pacman.conf:

[gnome-unstable]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Have fun testing these packages. Like always packaging bugs should be reported on our bugtracker, anything else considered bugs should be reported to GNOME bugzilla.

NVIDIA users be aware that xorg-server 1.11 from testing is incompatible with the current nvidia driver, even with IgnoreABI. You can switch to nouveau or add xf86-input-evdev xf86-input-synaptics xorg-server-common xorg-server to Ignorepkg.

Discuss this repo on our forums.

gnome 2.30rc hit gnome-unstable repo

Hi guys,

GNOME 2.29.92 packages have been uploaded to the Archlinux FTP. To use this repository, you should add this as top repository to pacman.conf:

[gnome-unstable]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

The packages in the repository have been built in a chroot with testing enabled. Dependencies are mostly versioned. Anyone who’s willing to help on spotting potential bugs, please submit them to our bugtracker[1]. We also have a gnome-unstable thread on our forum[2]

Have fun testing these packages.

[1] http://bugs.archlinux.org
[2] http://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=79706&p=13