For some reason, this keyboard decides to spam the screen when booting. Solution: roll the volume control a few times and press enter. Works at least on Debian, but appears to work on arch as well. No solution for the other multimedia keys yet though.
I’ve been having some problems building and installing wine 1.5.13 on Debian Sid (64-bit). 1.5.5 is available as .deb from winehq, but 1.5.13 introduces the raw input patch is needed in order for the mouse-view to work in Kerbal Space Program
Please not that this was written down after I actually got everything up and running, so while everything might not be totally accurate, it should be enough to get you close.
…is when upgrading from Debian Squeeze to Wheezy (testing) fails, and the only way to rescue the system without too much fuss is to upgrade to Sid (unstable)…
- This is just a little list of stuff I need to remember when doing a new Debian setup. Put the list of packages in a file somewhere, and do
- dpkg –set-selections < packagefile
apt-get -u dselect-upgrade
- to install. This list was valid for Debian 6.0, and should be ok for later releases as well, although you probably need to adjust the various library versions.
alsamixergui install binutils install build-essential install calcoo install centerim-utf8 install compiz install compiz-core install compiz-fusion-plugins-* compiz-gnome install compiz-plugins install cscope install curl install debian-multimedia-keyring install deluge install filezilla install firefox-sage install furiusisomount install gcalctool install