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Re: [wmx] Unable to access SVN -- Debian buglecuyer
- Sat Jul 18 18:45:01 2009
Hello, Kristjan and Alexandros.
Kristjan, don't worry about it,
this list needed reviving anyway!
Don't say "sorry" to us, when we
should be saying "thanks" to you!
Yours was the first message in months.
But since the list is alive again (:-)
To all members of the list:
First of all, I'm not a programmer,
just an "extreme configuration guy".
I compile, but I succeed because I'm
lucky, not because I know my stuff!
I compiled the default wmx 7 from sources,
and these niceties are missing :
sorted menu list,
keyboard access for menu,
use of the "accordeon" keys (alt-end / alt-home
to [un]maximize for example)
are not working.
The two-button-click menu has the background,
I managed to find a fedora rpm that has
the accordeon-type features, but
would anyone know of a wmx executable
that has every announced feature
working properly. Or coach me on
how I can conmpile it properly?
It would be interesting for the PuppyLinux
derivative I am putting together (> Puppy 412).
I thought I might make wmx the default window
manager for it if I can activate all its
Thanks in advance.
----- Message de Onu@UIUC.EDU ---------
Date : Sat, 18 Jul 2009 10:03:21 -0500
De : Kristjan Onu <Onu@UIUC.EDU>
Répondre à : Kristjan Onu <Onu@UIUC.EDU>
Objet : Re: [wmx] Unable to access SVN -- Debian bug
À : firstname.lastname@example.org
Alexandros Diamantidis wrote:
* Kristjan Onu [2009-07-17 18:23]:
> ... svn co https://wm2.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wm2 wm2...
It was probably some glitch in SourceForge. I just tried it and it
seems to work now.
It looks like SourceForge isn't the problem. The command above still
fails on the system with Debian squeeze/sid, but succeeds on a system
with Debian 5.0, so it looks like the problem is on my end.
I apologize for posting on the wmx mailing list about problems
unrelated to it.
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