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Old 12-22-2006, 10:48 PM   #1
craigevil
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A nice Beryl 0.1.4 SVN repo here


Shame one of the nice people over at the sidux forum has finally managed to get a debian repo for Beryl up and running. So if your looking to run Beryl give it a go.

Beryl 0.1.4 SVN repo here
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< PREVIEWS >
http://www.juliepeez.plus.com/beryl/beryl-sidux.avi
http://www.juliepeez.plus.com/beryl/fun-with-beryl.avi

Many, many thanks to the sidux community who have given me the encouragement and inspiration to do this.
If anyone wants anything beryl related added to the repos I'll do my best to accommodate as long as it works and is reasonably stable.

If you wish to report any bugs with beryl please go here - http://bugs.beryl-project.org/
If you suspect any problems are related specifically to my packages/repo please post here or PM me. As soon as I have time I will be setting up an unofficial beryl guide where you can also report any problems.

<NOTICE>
I have nothing to do with with the development of any apps here, I have just packaged them to enable as many people as possible to experience the joy and wonder that is beryl (not that I'm obsessed or anything).
If you decide to use beryl from another source please uninstall any beryl and beryl-plugin packages you installed from here first to avoid any conflicts.

Please remember these packages are in development and may be unstable or buggy or may not work at all on your particular system but if you have problems I'll try my best to find an answer.
Way to go shame, great job.
 
Old 12-22-2006, 11:44 PM   #2
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See it as you know craig. It's too bad he doesn't have a 64 bit machine. I haven't managed above 0.1.2 without having to install some gnome stuff from experimental.
 
  


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