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    Default Re: Απ: Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    Quote Originally Posted by stamostolias View Post
    I have installed Packman in my laptop and it is very stable without problems. I like it.
    I deleted Packman from my desktop until the situation is resolved. Don't understand the many updates to VLC and codecs when everything works just fine anyway.
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    +1. Thanx to Packman and His Team...he does have a team right ?


    Quote Originally Posted by brunomcl View Post
    +1. Packman rocks!

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    Default Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    he does have a team right ?
    You better believe it
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    Unhappy Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    It seems as of that today packman has dropped various package like

    ==>peazip
    ==>gconf-cleaner
    ==>gnome-mplayer
    ==>wordnet etc:

    I use the url in the community repositories in YaST.
    Will packman restore these application packages after migration
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    Default Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    Quote Originally Posted by vazhavandan View Post
    It seems as of that today packman has dropped various package like

    ==>peazip
    ==>gconf-cleaner
    ==>gnome-mplayer
    ==>wordnet etc:

    I use the url in the community repositories in YaST.
    Will packman restore these application packages after migration
    Ask in the IRC #packman
    Probably just a matter of waiting
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    Default Re: Απ: Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    Packman guys at irc say that they would stick mostly to multimedia based packages
    Hence i am left in the lurch for software like wordnet , gconf-cleaner,peazip etc: :-(
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    Default Re: Απ: Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    Quote Originally Posted by vazhavandan View Post
    Packman guys at irc say that they would stick mostly to multimedia based packages
    Hence i am left in the lurch for software like wordnet , gconf-cleaner,peazip etc: :-(
    No more packman for utils
    Hi
    It's to cut down the duplication and focus on packages that can't be built on OBS... If it's important, then raise an openFate request to get it included on the openSUSE Build service.
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    peazip packages are available direct.. if it doesn't work raise a bug direct
    PeaZip - Free file and archive manager for Linux

    gconf-cleaner I can probably create the package for you.

    I think wordnet is provided by stardict tools package.
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    Default Re: Απ: Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    Hi
    Here is gconf-cleaner;
    software.opensuse.org: Search Results
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    Default Re: Packman repository switch on Wednesday

    peazip rpms from those pages installs
    also the noble xarchiver(Index of /distribution/11.3/repo/oss) refuses to work(alawys throughs up its hands and says i cannot extract some xyz file)
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