Thanks a lot for testing! Did you try "-z" and it didn’t work?
OK, thanks for the hint.
OK, thanks for the hint.
I tested it today. Both are working. I was able to boot with "-z" and without "-z".
You're right, I tested again with "-z" and that works. I suppose the first time, I made a syntax error elsewhere on the line ...
I wrote some instructions for installing Fienix 3.0-20200426 on a hard disk for the X5000 a month ago.
caseycullen wrote: ↑Sat Jul 11, 2020 11:52 pm Minetest 5.2 and several mods are now available in the Fienix software repositories. Minetest is an open-world voxel sandbox game similar to Minecraft. The mod "Skyblock" gives a good introduction to the game and crafting.
I created a tutorial video for the Fienix Open-Source Gaming series: Minetest Tutorial
Additionally, some games were recently updated to their most recent release including Blobwars, PRBoom+ and xmoto.
Please let me know if you run into any issues.
klesterjr wrote: ↑Mon Jul 20, 2020 2:10 am Final Edit:
For anyone else using an unsupported graphics card (I have a 7750), I thought I would post how I was able to get Fienix working correctly.
1) Copy /usr/lib/fienix-gpu-bandage/xorg.conf to /etc/X11/xorg.conf (just to boot -- I did it from another distro I had installed)
2) Log in as root
3) In /usr/share/glib-2.0/org.mate.background.gschema.xml change the value of "background fade" from true to false
4) Run glib-compile-schemas /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/
5) Log in as fienix
6) In the menu System/Preference/Personal/Startup Applications, turn off Redshift (I also turn off Blueman since my machine doesn't have a bluetooth card)
These changes are all related to the graphic card and not problems with Fienix, per se.
Hope this helps anyone else with an unsupported graphics card!
caseycullen wrote: ↑Tue Jul 28, 2020 5:18 am Please test if you're able:
* fienix-folder-color - A customized fork of the Ubuntu version; adds a Caja menu that allows you to change individual folder colors and/or add an emblem to folders.
* fienix-tranquilo - A project I've been working on,fie an audio tool that lets you mix your own ambient soundscape to play in the background while you work or relax.
Let me know if you run into any issues.
caseycullen wrote: ↑Wed Jul 29, 2020 4:50 am Hi everyone; I'm looking for feedback. I've been thinking about updating the default desktop theme for Fienix. I'm thinking about something like this:
If you want to try out the new theme and tell me what you think, I packaged a "draft candidate" .deb that you can download here. After you install it, go to Control Center, Appearance, and select "Fienix Default".
Both this proposed theme and the current theme, called Materia, are "Material Design" compliant themes (Material Design is a design language - mostly flat, simple shapes, responsive interface, etc.), so they're somewhat similar, but feel free to let me know if you like Materia better, or if you have any other feedback!
caseycullen wrote: ↑Fri Aug 14, 2020 3:40 am Cave Story is a platform-adventure game that received widespread critical acclaim, and is now available in the Fienix software repository.
Thanks to EXL, the developer of the open-source NXEngine, for committing changes so it builds on PowerPC. Both the engine and the game data (released by Studio Pixel as freeware) are in the repository. Just install the package "cavestory", and if you experience any issues please let me know!
caseycullen wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 4:21 pm @all: I've added packages for the following:
-Cenon (cenon.app), an illustration application - Cenon website
-Drawing (drawing), a painting and image editing application Drawing website
-Open Surge (opensurge), a platforming game Open Surge website
-SurgeScript (surgescript), a game engine and level editor SurgeScript website
-Blob Wars II (blobandconquer), a 3D shooter Blob Wars II website
-Almanah, a personal diary Almanah on Gnome wiki
-Support for squashfs with libsquashfs1, squashfs-tools, and squashfs-tools-ng
I also released new versions of Evolution, Flowblade, and ioquake3.
Please let me know if you have any issues with any of these (or other) packages.
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