user
lnxmntadol
Brazil
Cinnamon Edition
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2019-06-08 07:22:26


Tutorials
Title Score
Ideas
Title Score
Hardware devices
Device Release
case NZXT H500 Black ATX Mid Tower
NZXT Desktop, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
MSI GEForce GTX GTX 1060 6G Gaming X
MSI Graphics Card, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
HDD Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5” 7200RPM
Seagate Hard Drive, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
B85M-DS3H
Custom Built Intel Core I7 4770s, Works perfectly
LMDE
Corsair Vengeance Led, 32 GB, DDR4, 3000Mhz
Corsair Memory, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
Motherboard MSI Z370 Tomahawk ATX LGA1151
MSI Motherboard, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
Intel Core i7 8700
Intel Processor, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
SSD Samsung 970 Evo 500GB M.2 2280
Samsung SSD, Works perfectly
Mint 19.x
Macbook Pro Retina
VMware Virtual Machine, Works perfectly
LMDE
Software reviews
Software Score
owncloud-client
"On Linux Mint 19 cinnamon, I installed it through package manager (apt), the same version (2.4.1+dfsg-1) as the one found at "Software Manager", obviously. Everytime I rebooted or logged out and logged back in, it asked for my owncloud password, showing the message "Reading from keychain failed with error: 'Could not open wallet: other; Failed to execute program org.kde.kwalletd: No such file or directory'" Of course, I am on a linux mint 19 fresh install, on cinnamon, without anything KDE related. Point is that This owncloud client need to communicate with gnome-keyring, which I had it installed. There was one missing package, called libgnome-keyring0 ( GNOME keyring services library) which after installing it, solved my problem (and owncloud's password was automatically saved on "Passwords and Keys", the gnome-keyring's GUI. Double check if the package libgnome-keyring-common is also insatlled."
3
synapse
"I installed version 0.2.10, that I downloaded from Debian wheezy, on debian.org. I just love it. I use it a lot on Mint LMDE 2. Unfortunately, it seems that it's not being developed anymore."
5