Yeah, I know; it’s been a while.
But I’ve been busy! I promise!
Today I got some time to work on a little thing I’ve been meaning to do for quite some time. Let’s see if you can guess it from this screenshot:
That’s right, now no matter if you launch a program from within Vineyard Preferences or through its command line partner vineyard-cli it will show up in the new application indicator, enabling you to view its log (stdout and stderr) and close it in case it went haywire. You also get Vineyard Preferences’s error explanations for free even if you closed it!
I made a mistake in the version numbers in the Testing PPA which made it impossible to upgrade the packages. This has now been fixed, but you most likely need to first uninstall python-wine and vineyard and then re-install them after updating your package information. Sorry for the trouble. Good news is that the Karmic,…
There have been a few requests for a testing PPA, so that has now been created. You can find it here or add it to your sources by running the following commands in a terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cybolic/vineyard-testing sudo apt-get update and then install Vineyard by running the following command: sudo apt-get install python-wine vineyard
I know I haven’t made a big deal of it, but there is actually a command line tool included in Vineyard: vineyard-cli. Vineyard-cli can create configurations, list installed programs, uninstall programs, map drives, setup virtual desktops, set audio options, set graphics options, well basically almost everything that vineyard-preferences can do so it’s excellent for use…
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