Re: [DNG] udisks2 - who uses it? (not a poll)

2019-09-10 Thread Daniel Reurich
On 08/09/19 07:37, fsmithred via Dng wrote: > On 9/7/19 1:33 PM, Ismael L. Donis Garcia wrote: >> - Original Message - From: "fsmithred via Dng" >> >> To: "dng" >> Sent: Friday, September 06, 2019 9:23 AM >> Subject: [DNG] udisks2 - who uses it? (not a poll) >> >> >>> In ascii, udisks2

Re: [DNG] [devuan-dev] Migrating from Buster to Beowulf - feedback needed

2019-09-10 Thread fsmithred via Dng
On 9/10/19 7:59 AM, Mark Hindley wrote: I have been further testing ways of migrating buster to beowulf. With a install of xfce4 and lightdm, the cleanest way I can come up with is: # Migrate from Debian buster to Devuan beowulf # Install devuan-keyring wget

Re: [DNG] [devuan-dev] Migrating from Buster to Beowulf - feedback needed

2019-09-10 Thread Mark Hindley
José, Hello. Thanks for this. On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 09:40:42PM +0200, José Marinho wrote: > Hi all, > > >From a brand new debian server installation on Virtualbox I install desktop > >stuff by installing task-xfce-destop metapackage and try your instructions. I > >don't know if I miss or

[DNG] Unix Socket class: how to send arguments to the suid of simple-netaid

2019-09-10 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, Here you are an example of the unix socket class used in simple-netaid for sending the arguments to the suid binary through a file descriptor instead of using arguments in the command line: http://gnuinos.org/socket/socket-class-example/ You'll need to install libglibmm-2.4-dev for

Re: [DNG] udisks2 - who uses it? (not a poll)

2019-09-10 Thread fsmithred via Dng
On 9/10/19 5:11 AM, Daniel Reurich wrote: On 08/09/19 07:37, fsmithred via Dng wrote: On 9/7/19 1:33 PM, Ismael L. Donis Garcia wrote: - Original Message - From: "fsmithred via Dng" To: "dng" Sent: Friday, September 06, 2019 9:23 AM Subject: [DNG] udisks2 - who uses it? (not a poll)

Re: [DNG] [devuan-dev] Migrating from Buster to Beowulf - feedback needed

2019-09-10 Thread Mark Hindley
I have been further testing ways of migrating buster to beowulf. With a install of xfce4 and lightdm, the cleanest way I can come up with is: # Migrate from Debian buster to Devuan beowulf # Install devuan-keyring wget

Re: [DNG] [devuan-dev] Migrating from Buster to Beowulf - feedback needed

2019-09-10 Thread Mark Hindley
On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 10:09:12AM -0400, fsmithred via Dng wrote: > Would a transitional package that makes the edit to /var/lib/dpkg/status be > a sane solution? Yes I wondered about that. What would work is a libpam-systemd.deb with Debian #935304 fixed. But it would be a pain to maintain as