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V.T. Eric Layton

Very COOL, Tomas... and just in time. I'll be playing around in Foresight in the next week or so. :yes:

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tforsman
Very COOL, Tomas... and just in time. I'll be playing around in Foresight in the next week or so. :)
Yeah :)I hope the tutorial is understandable, tried to explain everything. Even what commands do :)Will come up with some more tutorial tomorrow that can be very useful to know about Foresight.Time to hit the bed :yes:

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V.T. Eric Layton

If you'll just continue to edit/add to your original posts in this thread, I will split off the conversation posts later and STICKY this post in the Bruno's Classroom area in the Standard Tutorials section. :yes:

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ChipDoc

Excellent idea, Eric! And thanks, Tomas. Despite your doubts, I find it clearly understandable. I think I'll play with Foresight too and see what it has to offer - thanks for all your hard work, Tomas! :yes:

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securitybreach

Very nice and informative post Tomas!!!This looks very interesting and I think I may download Foresight and try it out. I am off Sunday and Monday, so I will give it a go then. As far as how you wrote it, I found it very easy to follow and I also think it should be added to the Tutorials section.Great job and thanks a lot for the awesome post :yes:

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V.T. Eric Layton

OK, the main posts (by Tomas) are now linked in the Standard Tutorials area. I've edited the original post asking folks to comment here rather than on that thread. I have to leave the thread open so that Tomas can continue to add to it.Tomas, once you're finished with that Conary tutorial, let me know. I'll then lock the thread.Thanks very much for your educational posts. We LOVE tutorials! :yes:

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tforsman

The ones that actually loves to test out the newest version out there, should give a try to package applications :)After approx one hour after banshee released 1.9.1, we announced the release of Banshee 1.9.1 :clap:http://www.foresightlinux.se/blog/2010/12/...1-9-1-released/not done yet about tutorial, but soon i hope :yes:

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V.T. Eric Layton

Thanks, Tomas. The tutorial looks like it's going well. That will remain a part of Bruno's Classroom, I assure you. B)

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Jesse Zhang

Hi there,The initial configurations may seem a bit difficult to setup. So I have done a small tool (https://github.com/zhangsen/fldev) to ease this process. It's not yet received into Foresight Linux officially, so I appreciate any testing and feedback :)You can follow this page (https://github.com/zhangsen/fldev/wiki/how-...onal-repository) to create a personal repository. A personal repo is useful for trying out packaging before you get commit access to the Foresight repo :thumbup:

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securitybreach
Hi there,The initial configurations may seem a bit difficult to setup. So I have done a small tool (https://github.com/zhangsen/fldev) to ease this process. It's not yet received into Foresight Linux officially, so I appreciate any testing and feedback :)You can follow this page (https://github.com/zhangsen/fldev/wiki/how-...onal-repository) to create a personal repository. A personal repo is useful for trying out packaging before you get commit access to the Foresight repo :)
Neat tool, thanks for posting it!!!! Also, welcome to the forums Jesse. :thumbup:

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V.T. Eric Layton

Another Foresight dev? Excellent! Welcome to our Forum, Jesse! :thumbup:

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Jesse Zhang

Thanks for your warm welcome! Yeah, it's always good to get some feedback from your users :thumbup:

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