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PackagesStableUpdate RequestHighHigh[qt5] upgrade Qt project to the 5.6 LTS version, requir...Deferred
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Cannot mix incompatible Qt library (version 0×50800) with this library (version 0×50904)
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./Nextcloud-2.3.3-x86_64.AppImage: /usr/lib/libQt5Core.so.5: version `Qt_5.9’ not found (required by /tmp/.mount_NextclpprMnG/usr/bin/../lib/libqt5keychain.so.1

These two packages are directly affected by an older qt5...

Could you update all the qt packages to the LTS version available?

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestMediumHighMake Knock patch for Linux-libre 4.14 LTSUnconfirmed
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The Knock patches for linux-libre maintained by you at https://git.hyperbola.info:50100/kernels/knock.git/ have support up to linux-libre 4.13 only (and I think it didn’t work for it when I tried it, compilation failed) but from all of those supported versions, the newest maintained generation by the upstream is 4.9.x

However, since newer kernel generations might require reprogramming the patch, I want to request it only for the latest LTS generation which is 4.14. As you know, LTS software are supported for a long time, so it’s worth to make it for linux-libre 4.14.x

This might not be really important for Hyperbola in the short term, but you are the maintainers of the TCP Stealth implementation for Linux-libre and I and maybe other people would like to use it in their projects for newer versions.

Plus, it would be great since while 4.9 kernels can use the GRSec+Knock combination like linux-libre-lts-unofficial-grsec-knock, with support for 4.14 anyone would be able to use a combination of newer patches such as Linux-hardened+Knock (Linux-hardened supports 4.14 and 4.15 as of now) which is what I’d like to do.
https://github.com/copperhead/linux-hardened/releases

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestMediumMedium[cups] update requestAssigned
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New versiĆ³n v2.2.7

References:

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowHigh[proj]: please update to latest versionUnconfirmed
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Description:

https://proj4.org/index.html

This package have valuable geodetic applications, and I intend to present Hyperbola GNU/Linux-libre soon in universities and schools in East Africa.

The coordinate system there is not WGS84 and this package only in new version is providing the conversion from East African geographic coordinates to WGS84, and will be very usable in many industrial and private applications.

PackagesStableUpdate RequestVery LowMedium[cantarell-fonts] update package version to 0.111Unconfirmed
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Prior version 0.0.25 and below are outdated.

Since version 0.100 and later, there are some changes being redesigned from scratch, added three new weights (including extra bold, light and thin) but not italic or oblique styles, AppStream metadata translations from contributors, and more.

See the version history releases for more details: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/cantarell-fonts/raw/master/NEWS

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowMedium[lmms] update package version to 1.2.0Unconfirmed
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In the latest version, it has many more changes with new and improvement features, and fixes function issues since released as preview stage in every eight times per three years ago[1]. And also it is possible to rebuild package with sndio.

[1]: https://github.com/LMMS/lmms/releases/ (see all sections below from 1.2.0-RC1 to 1.2.0 in the version history releases)

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestVery LowHigh[mpv] request for package bumpUnconfirmed
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Hello,

Would it be possible to get a package bump for mpv ?

Currently, Debian Buster (stable) uses 0.29.1-1. This would be great as it introduces many fixes and support for lua scripts I heavily use.
0.29.* requires a ffmpeg to 4.x series as well.

Thanks.

PackagesStableUpdate RequestVery LowLow[icewm] Upgrade package versionUnconfirmed
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The current version of the package icewm within the Hyperbola-repositories is 1.3.8. The latest version is 1.6.3!
An update would be helpful as this window-manager follows absolutely the principles of the distribution Hyperbola itself, being simple and fast.

PackagesAnyUpdate RequestMediumHigh[php] is out of date/supportUnconfirmed
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Description:

From official PHP page, our php 7.1 is out of support and security

Our package :
https://www.hyperbola.info/packages/extra/x86_64/php/

PHP page :
https://www.php.net/supported-versions.php

PackagesStableUpdate RequestVery LowMedium[varnish] Missing init scriptUnconfirmed
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Description:

Init script is missing for this package.

I think has some systemd dependecies.

/tmp/alpm_sYmHUS/.INSTALL: line 7: systemd-sysusers: command not found
error: command failed to execute correctly

package version: varnish-5.1.2-1

InstallationGeneralFeature RequestVery LowLow[calamares] add graphical installer with FDE supportResearching
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Package Request: https://github.com/calamares/calamares

Original Bug Report:
— I would also like to test the beta isos when they are ready through qemu. If it looks good I plan to fully install them onto my laptop. My libreboot x200.

I don’t know if I should make a separate feature for this, but xfce is a good stable desktop environment for such a choice. that and lxde.

Though lxde is going to die...

InstallationGeneralFeature RequestVery LowLow[FAQ]Please note that not all RAR archives are supporte...Unconfirmed
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I tried to extract a RAR v5 archive using unar that works fine when using the non-free unrar.

Here is the log (with the file name altered)

$ unar file.part1.rar
file.part1.rar: RAR 5

file.mp4  (-2144860915 B)... Failed! (Attempted to read more data than was available)

Extraction to current directory failed! (1 file failed.)

Please add in the FAQ that newer RAR archives (version 5) may not work when using unar.

InstallationGeneralFreedom IssueVery LowHigh[openbox] provides nonfree software support in the menuUnconfirmed
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my recommended fix, make it reflect the applications that are actually installed on the system after removing non-free software support.

InstallationGeneralFreedom IssueVery LowLow[jwm] provides nonfree software support in the menu Unconfirmed
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my recommended fix, make it reflect the applications that are actually installed on the system after removing non-free software support.

InstallationGeneralFreedom IssueVery LowHighFS#1445 - [fluxbox] provides nonfree software support i...Unconfirmed
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recommended fix, remove non-free software entries in menu and replace them with applications that actually exist.

InstallationGeneralImplementation RequestVery LowLowTo make installation instructions and get use of live I...Unconfirmed
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I have installed multiple times Hyperbola, 4 times on 4 different notebooks.

What I have noticed is that the live ISO is quite huge in relation to the task that should be done. Namely. the live ISO shall at least contain some first packages, so that they do not need to be downloaded online.

Best would be if the live ISO can be copied straight and that system can run from ISO/DVD without having Internet. At least one simple graphical environment shall be included.

Further, I have noticed that there is only network instructions as HTML file.

I would rather call it installation-instructions.html to make it clear for people what it is. Or simply: INSTALL.html so that people understand what it is.

It says just network.html if I remember well.

Then there is absolutely no point or link or reference to the installation instructions.

Each time I got a network I had to go to either duckduckgo search engine or to hyperbola.info website and then I tried with lynx to find installation instructions.

It is not straight, not quite clearly in open, it is in Wiki, but that is quite hard to find.

We have to put ourselves in the shoes of those in need of free software. Millions of people need free software.

Many of us live in a developed western countries.

Yet millions of people in need of this software live in South America, Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe.

There are millions of students that could advance their study, and that could progress faster with free software.

In those countries Internet is often non-existent, universities may be located in poor network areas, Internet is being fetched by using mobile phones.

So if there is a live distribution, such shall at least contain basic software, which really can fit onto any DVD, and that as such can be copied on the computer without using Internet. Upgrades could be fetched by using Internet.

And there shall be clear reference, link or file about installation. There shall be no need to go to Internet to install the software.

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