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Install Driver wifi bcm4312 dengan ndiswrapper


Mm…….mmm sebenarnya ada 2 cara untuk install driver wifi di slackware, pertama dengan wl bawaan dari broadcom linux dan kedua dengan ndiswrapper…. Dengan menggunakan driver b43 bcm4312 blum support sama sekali dan masih dalam masa tahap pengembangan. So, pilih mana???
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Planet Slackware

It would be another interesting development cycle for next Slackware release and hoping that -current cycle start soon.
'>Willy Sudiarto Raharjo: OpenSSH Rebuilt and New Activities on Current
  • Willy Sudiarto Raharjo: Two Security Updates: libyaml and PHP

  • At night just before midnight, i posted this on
    my G+ account and asked whether it should be added to MSB repository or not and the responses were mostly positive about it. I finally decided to put it on my MSB repository, BUT not in base nor extra directory, but in testing.

    There are two reasons:
    • They are in a very active development and changes occurs everyday (which is a good sign for users), but they don't have a released tarballs which is a bad situation for packages, since typically we based our script to a certain released version (eg. 1.0). While it's easy to set up a SlackBuild script which download them from GIT (which i made actually), it may end up differently from one to another since they may pull a different revision.
    • Not everyone need another fancy new icon-themes for their desktop. They like what MATE has offered them, so i'm not forcing people to download and install this package if they don't need or don't like it. 
    Adding it to testing means i don't need to build the packages as well, as we only build binaries from base and extra directory. For those who wanted to try it, grab the newly added SlackBuild script under testing directory of MSB repository (master branch), run it as root, and install them.

    Please remember that the base numix-icon-theme should be installed first before you build the rest two themes.

    Here are some screenshots i have taken using Numix Icon Theme Circle on top of MATE and also Cinnamon desktop

    '>Willy Sudiarto Raharjo: Numix Icon Theme Added to MSB Repository

  • Besides new apps, there are also new dependencies introduced in this release and they are: eigen3, qt-gstreamer and xapian-core. They are placed on deps/ directory.

    Eric Hameleers has
    published his KDE packages on his KTown repository under current directory (yes, you read it well, CURRENT). He is aiming to build KDE 4.13.x for Slackware-Current users and for now, there are no guarantee that it will work with Slackware 14.1 (although at this moment, we can say that current hasn't changed much from stable besides security updates).

    You can grab the packages from mirror sites below:
    Eric is also planning to release the next iteration of KDE 4.12.5, which is believed to be the last release of KDE 4.12.x branch in the next two weeks. The packages will be placed on 14.1 directory on his KTown repository so if you used slackpkg+ and have his KTown configured, you will see them next time you run slackpkg update; slackpkg upgrade-all. Don't forget to run slackpkg install-new to install new packages introduced in KDE 4.12.'>Willy Sudiarto Raharjo: KDE 4.13.0 Released
  • CSB (Cinnamon SlackBuilds) project (at least, not in master branch). The reason is simple. It required newer GTK+3 (minimum 3.10) which is not yet available on Slackware 14.1. As my policy for CSB is only supporting an official release (14.1 for now), i will base everything with what's available in 14.1.

    Worry not for those who are adventorous enough to upgrade their machines to the latest GTK+3, since i have created 2.2.0 branch which consists of new Cinnamon updates to bring 2.2.0 to live. Unfortunately, while most of the packages can be built without the new GTK+3, Cinnamon, nemo, and muffin can't be built without it, so i couldn't really test the scripts as of now. However, i have tested the others and it seems to work with the current libraries available on 14.1. Even so, i'm not risking by partially upgrading Cinnamon's component, so for now, i will stick with Cinnamon 2.0.x for Slackware 14.1.
      '>Willy Sudiarto Raharjo: Cinnamon 2.2 Released
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