|author||Eric Hameleers <email@example.com>||2018-04-21 00:57:52 +0200|
|committer||Eric Hameleers <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2018-04-21 00:57:52 +0200|
- PKGLIST updated with the list of available packages in this release (limited to slackware-current). - README updated.
Diffstat (limited to 'README.5_18.02.testing')
1 files changed, 0 insertions, 87 deletions
diff --git a/README.5_18.02.testing b/README.5_18.02.testing
deleted file mode 100644
@@ -1,87 +0,0 @@
-Here is KDE 5_18.02_testing for Slackware, consisting of the
-KDE Frameworks 5.43.0, Plasma 5.12.0 and Applications 17.12.2
-on top of Qt 5.9.4.
-Upgrading from 5_18.01_testing is straight-forward.
-KDE-5_18.02_testing is meant to be installed on top of slackware -current.
-It is different from the 'regular' KDE_5.18.02 release in the sense that this
-'testing' release has a working Wayland support for Plasma5 on Slackware.
-To this purpose, the original Slackware packages 'mesa' and xorg-server'
-were recompiled to add Wayland support. Having to provide altered packages
-for mesa and xorg-server is not something I want to do for my regular 'ktown'
-repository because it may break your system at any time when Pat Volkerding
-pushes updates to Slackware-current.
-Because of the similarity between 'testing' and 'latest', I am not
-repeating the full README here - for upgrade instructions and NEWS please
-check the README file in the 'latest' section of the ktown repository.
-If you want to start a Wayland session, here is how you do it:
-- runlevel 3 (console): run the 'startkwayland' command as your regular user.
-- runlevel 4 (SDDM): select "Plasma (Wayland)" from the session dropdown
- and then proceed to login.
-So far, I ran into these issues:
-- the graphical login through SDDM is not working correctly and currently
- it is advised to use runlevel 3 instead. This needs fixes to SDDM as well
- as ConsoleKit2.
-- dropbox does not start, unless you unset the QT_QPA_PLATFORM variable first
-- gnome-keyring does not start so you can not auto-login to skypeforlinux
-- hp-tray eats 100% CPU.
-Details about the 'testing' repository:
-In the old 'testing' release of August 2016 I had to add a 'elogind'
-package to provide a 'logind' DBus interface to kwin_wayland. That is no
-longer necessary. During the past year, I have talked to the ConoleKit2 (CK2)
-and the KWin developers and asked for an extension of CK2 DBus API which
-implements the logind DBus API required by KWin. That has been done and
-the KWin developers then added CK2 as an alternative in case systemd-logind
-is not present on the system.
-Which means, we do not need PAM nor systemd to make Wayland work on Slackware.
-The differences between 'KDE-5_18.02' and 'KDE-5_18.02_testing':
- - wayland-protocols
- - mesa (recompiled Slackware package to add wayland support)
- - xorg-server (recompiled Slackware package to add wayland support)
- - ConsoleKit2 (updated the Slackware package to 1.2.x to get the new
- logind DBus API support)
-Recompiled packages (in build order):
- - libxkbcommon
- - qt5
- - kwayland
- - plasma-framework
- - kinfocenter
- - kscreenlocker
- - kwayland-integration
- - libkscreen2
- - plasma-desktop
- - plasma-integration
- - plasma-workspace
- - powerdevil
- - kwin
-The packages which have been recompiled to pick up Wayland support do not
-have the 'alien' tag. I have tagged them with the string 'wayland' instead.
-Only the added ConsoleKit2 and wayland-protocols packages in the 'deps/'
-section have the usual 'alien' tag.
-Update your slackpkg blacklist if needed.
-Only install this 'testing' release if you intend to help with getting
-Wayland working on Slackware. Otherwise, the 'latest' release is what
- Eric Hameleers / alien at slackware dot com / 10-feb-2018