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from Dia Susanin

MBOX to PST Conversion is one of the toughest tasks on your to do list. Nobody wants to go through the torrid time of converting your MBOX data to PST and wait in fear while the entire data is being converted.

Worrying about that one wrong step can be one of the worst experiences of the day. To ensure that you don’t feel the same ever again, you need to seek professional help for your MBOX to PST Conversion. And that helps comes to you in the form of a third-party converter tools.

These converter tools are like your flashlight on a dark night. They act as a guide to get your through the scary process of MBOX to PST Conversion.

But the catch with these converter tools is that you need to select the right converter tool for your conversion process. And there is no better option to this than USL Software’s Mail Extractor Pro.

The ultimate tool to Convert MBOX to PST

Mail Extractor Pro is the most all-round tool ever. The tool offers you all the best features combined in a smooth working tool. All the features combined give you one of the most pleasant conversion experiences of your life.

mbox to pst conversion

It will convert you Apple Mail, Postbox, MBOX and Thunderbird to PST for Mac & Win Outlook.

Accuracy, Ease, Precision and what not. The tool offers you everything in a complete single package.

More Accurate conversion of your data from MBOX to PST than any other converter tool

The accuracy of Mail Extractor Pro exceeds the expectations of everybody and its counterparts too. The tool provides you with the best in class accuracy that helps in converting everything and anything present in the input file.

The encoding scheme or the type of the data doesn’t matter to the tool. It converts all of it irrespective of the encoding scheme. Be it Unicode or ASCII data the tool converts them both with same accuracy. Unicode contains not your normal textual data and therefore sometimes becomes a little tough to convert.

Previous converters have struggled with it while Converting MBOX to PST. But not Mail Extractor Pro. The tool converts it all without fail giving you a complete and safe conversion process.

And the interface makes it even easier to convert MBOX to PST

Interface of this converter tool is an exception to the trend. Most third-party converter tools boast an interface that shows everything that the tool has to offer. But it becomes suffocating and sometimes make it even harder to get the process sorted out.

Mail Extractor Pro provides you with a simple interface that only shows what is required to convert MBOX to PST. Thus, making it easier to understand and follow. To add to this the tool also provides informative wizards and dialog boxes at every step of the conversion process.

 
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from Mujô (無常)

Il est temps de devenir un acteur actif du Web (et de le décentraliser). D'où la nécessité, pour moi, de consigner quelques pensées et réflexions sur cette plateforme.

Les thèmes, tout comme le rythme de publication, seront variés, mais, ils tourneront, probablement autour des sujets qui m'intéressent actuellement, à savoir : altruisme, antispécisme, décroissance ou encore spiritualité.

Le contenu de ce blog est placé sous licence CC-BY-ND 4.0.

Vous pouvez également me suivre sur Mastodon et visiter mon site Web personnel.

 
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from Gnuserland

Still About Graphic Design Applications

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I already wrote about the bigwigs but I haven't went in depth to the others packages I installed and now I would like to take some time to briefly described some of them.

But first a couple of considerations, event though almost all the GNU Graphic applications aren't polished like the proprietary ones you can integrate them with a lot of utilities (mostly by command lines) that can assist you to do almost everything is achievable with others proprietary applications. Most of the time you realize that having this tools separated by the main programs make your work faster when you need to work on bulk files at once. As I am the habit to say: there is a lot of raw power under the hood! You need only to learn how to use it.

It is a mixed-mode that is fascinating and funny, surely different, but usable. Many Desktop Environments allow to create custom actions that you can recall with your mouse and you can also create custom command on the terminal to make some repetitive operation faster. Sometimes you can even find GUI for these utilities which is pretty useful as well.


My POP! selections

bookletimposer This is a GUI as well command line tool (now CLT) to impose a pdf, useful for Printer Designer

comparepdf Other CLT to compare two PDF, always useful to have available.

converseen GUI application to convert batch of images.

displaycal GUI application to handle color calibration with Argyll CMS.

exiv2 CLT to inspect photos made by a camera, always useful to have available.

fbi CLT to display images on buffer on you terminal, always useful to have available.

gimp-gutenprint Suite to print professionally with GIMP.

gimp-ufraw Plugins to handle RAW pictures with GIMP.

gpick Color Picker, once Gnome had its own color picker called Agave :(

gsfonts-x11 Fonts package fro X11, useful in specific cases.

gv This is a postscript and pdf viewer is useful to open weird and archaic PDF.

icc-profiles ICC profiles useful for Color Management.

imagemagick The swiss-knife of the image manipulation, it can do almost everything you can or can not image. If you don't install any software that require it, you must install it manually.

libreoffice-pdfimport I do not why this is not installed by default but it works pretty well on RGB PDF.

mupdf By Artifex (Ghostscript) this is the best PDF render available on Linux, in terms of quality and velocity it displays perfectly printing PDF documents as well as very heavy documents.

mupdf-tools Tools for mupdf

pdf2svg This is useful to convert PDF that Inkscape struggles with.

pdf-arranger GUI application to arrange multiple PDF documents.

pdf-sam GUI application to arrange multiple PDF documents like PDF-Arranger.

posterazor The PosteRazor splits an image to form a multi-page PDF document.

printer-driver-cups-pdf This package creates a virtual pdf printer, and if you create a folder called cups on your home it will save all the documents in there.

pstoedit CLT utility for converting PS and PDF into others vectors files.

pstotext CLT utility to export text from a PDF.

qpdf PDF viewer with some extra functions.

trimage Useful application to compress images, it resembles the famous imageOptim for macOS, cool for Web Designer.

ttf-dejavu Nice family font to have available.

ufraw Stand-alone single raw-image editor.

uniconvertor CLT to convert and handle Corel Draw Files.

wkhtmltopdf CLT that converts HTML files on PDF documents, always useful to have available.

xournal Nice GUI application to take annotation on top of a PDF document, it saves with its own extension but you can still save in PDF loosing the ability to edit your annotation though.

xpdf X11 pdf viewer, when even mu-pdf fails it does not fail!

xsane A powerful and advanced tool for scanning images better than simple-scan.

You can install all of them with this command:

sudo apt install trimage fbi gv imagemagick mupdf mupdf-tools pdf2svg pdfarranger pstoedit wkhtmltopdf xournal xpdf icc-profiles displaycal gpick xsane exiv2 ufraw gimp-ufraw gsfonts-x11 ttf-dejavu* *uniconvertor bookletimposer comparepdf converseen libreoffice-pdfimport pdf-sam printer-driver-cups-pdf posterazor pstotext qpdf gimp-gutenprint

PDFTK

This one has been an important resource to handle PDF files, but this package has been ported to a java, if you don't mind using a java application (I actually mind it) it is useful to have it even cause there aren't alternatives, oh my...

sudo apt install pdftk-java

More information at: https://gitlab.com/pdftk-java/pdftk


Others packages available on POP! worth to try out!

lout

Lout is a document formatting system similar in style to LaTeX, i.e. it works with mark-up files – plain text files containing commands to control the formatting.

I really need to dig into it!

page-crunch

Converts PDF and PS files to new PDF and PS documents with several sheets on the same page, or with resized or rotated sheets. It also can generate a book ready to print. It acts as a graphical frontend to psutils programs, like psnup and psbook, and runs viewers such as xpdf and gv for preview once the processing is done. The GUI is made in Tcl/Tk.

It may be useful somehow...

solvespace Very interesting 2d/3d CAD program with an intuitive GUI.

pqiv

pqiv is a powerful GTK 3 based command-line image viewer with a minimal UI. It is highly customizable, can be fully controlled from scripts, and has support for various file formats including PDF, Postscript, video files and archives. It is optimized to be quick and responsive.

You never know...

svgtune

tool to generate a set of .svg files out of a single .svg file.

This is something that Inkscape already does however it may be useful.


What I won't never install

pdfmod

It does almost the same of PDFTK but it is written in mono, I don't believe I can tolerate even mono on my computer...


SVG-CLEANER

This is the bonus I left for last. This is one of the most useful and cool utility to compress .svg files. It is fast and reliable, a very powerful tool for all the Web and Digital Designers. It is one of my favorite tools.

It is available as stand alone binary for Linux, you can follow my instructions, for POP! 19.04, to create a voice on the menu:

mkdir Bin
cd Bin
mkdir svg-cleaner
cd svg-cleaner
wget https://github.com/RazrFalcon/svgcleaner-gui/releases/download/v0.9.5/svgcleaner_linux_x86_64_0.9.5.tar.gz
tar zxvf svgcleaner_linux_x86_64_0.9.5.tar.gz
rm 7za
ln -s /usr/lib/p7zip/7za ~/Bin/svg-cleaner/
ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libssl.so ~/Bin/svg-cleaner/lib/
rm svgcleaner_linux_x86_64_0.9.5.tar.gz

Now you can test if it works with: (you must still be inside ~/Bin/svg-cleaner/):

./svgcleaner-gui

If you don't get any weird output you are fine and you need just to create a .desktop file ad hoc for this application!

gedit ~/.local/share/applications/svgcleaner.desktop

And past this into it and save!

[Desktop Entry]
Name=SVG-Cleaner
Comment=A GUI for SVG-Cleaner; SVG-Cleaner helps you clean up your SVG files, keeping them free from unnecessary data.
Terminal=false
Icon=applications-graphics
Type=Application
Exec=/home/[YOUR-USER]/Bin/svg-cleaner/svgcleaner-gui
Path=/home/[YOUR-USER]/Bin/svg-cleaner/
Categories=Qt;Graphics;
StartupNotify=true

Just be sure to replace [YOUR-USER] with the name of your real user, based on your actual installation you may need this library as well: libqt5widgets5.

You can install it from the terminal:

sudo apt install libqt5widgets5

That's all!

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #desktop-publishing #pdf #gimp #svg #graphic #design #Linux #FreeSoftware #GNU

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from Gnuserland

Show Desktop

#GNOME was started in 1999, and twenty years later (today is Sunday, July 28 2019), the best it has been able to achieve is to get rid of the show desktop button or function.

Of course, the brilliant idea behind Gnome3 was: if I eliminate the desktop area I don't need the show the desktop icons either, as well as minimize and maximize the windows. As a matter of fact the main philosophy behind Gnome3 is fixing things simply deleting everything is not conforming with their plans, as I said: BRILLIANT.

However as I told in others post the Gnome approach is fine for whom works for activities (whatever it is actually means) rather than for tasks, the way the old Gnome 2.x used to work before the introduction of Gnome-Shell. Which is the result?

The result is that does not exist a default plugin/extension to show the desktop for any panels available on Gnome-Shell anymore (unless you don't use perhaps classic or fallback, if those still exist); and since the moment the superior minds behind Gnome3 decided that us, simple peasants, do not understand nothing, twenty years later the first Gnome debuts, showing the desktop has became a silly thing. You had better to got that otherwise you are just a peasant.

However sometimes, if not even often, peasants preserve that popular wisdom able to solve also modern and unforeseen problem, like the lacking of a Show Desktop Button in a modern Desktop Environment. As a matter of fact a generous person donated, many years ago, to the community an utility (something that through the POP Store 🤦‍♂️ you'll never find) called WMCTRL able to handle some Desktop tasks:

The wmctrl program is a UNIX/Linux command line tool to interact with an EWMH/NetWM compatible X Window Manager.

And the good news is: it works even with Gnome-Shell (so far).

What is this about?

wmctrl is a command-line utility able to do a lot operations with the windows and your desktop area, also to minimize and maximize all the windows at once for a specific desktop area; we are going to use a command that does exactly this: minimize and maximize the windows in order to show your desktop and the icons (this extension is enable by default on Ubuntu as well as on POP!_OS). back to that time I used to have it as an executable script but I found a better version and the good thing is with this command you don't need anymore an executable script and a .desktop file but just the latter, that you have to save in: ~/.local/share/applications/.

The command is the following one:

bash -c "if wmctrl -m | grep 'mode: ON'; then exec wmctrl -k off; else exec wmctrl -k on; fi"

Pretty neat; and when you create a .desktop file it will create a launcher in the “activity/applications” that we can add to the favorite, assuming that you are using dash-to-dock like me, and having the dock always visible like this:

Show Desktop ButtonThe Show Desktop Button is above the Firefox icon

What have I to do?

  1. Installing WMCTRL through terminal:

    sudo apt install wmctrl
    
  2. Creating the .desktop file, copy this command:

    gedit ~/.local/share/applications/show-desktop.desktop
    

    press ALT+F2 past the command and press enter.

  3. Copy the text below inside the Text Editor and when finished save and exit:

    [Desktop Entry]
    Name=Show Desktop
    Comment=Show the desktop
    Exec=bash -c "if wmctrl -m | grep 'mode: ON'; then exec wmctrl -k off; else exec wmctrl -k on; fi"
    # Translators: Do NOT translate or transliterate this text (this is an icon file name)!
    Icon=desktop-panel
    Terminal=false
    Type=Application
    StartupNotify=true
    Categories=GNOME;GTK;System;Utility;
    
  4. Go to the applications and adding the Show Desktop to the favorite.

Does it work good?

Yes it works, however it is not perfect; it really doesn't play nicely with Gnome-Shell and every time you use it a wheel is spinning and Gnome-Shell is eating the CPU for a bunch of seconds:

  PID [...]  PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S  %CPU  %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND                                                                          
 2297 [...]  -2   0 3326992 400152 102612 S  46.2   2.4   3:13.17 gnome-shell

Beside this, the advantages are:

  1. won't break like the extensions do;
  2. no animations.
  3. it works for all your monitors while extensions works only on the main panel which lies on the main monitor.

Especially the latter pushed me to adopt it instead of an extension.

Don't you promise to be constructive?

Yep, I actually promised to be constructive however I can't ignore some issues that are constantly repeated in Gnome-Shell because is arguable design and philosophy:

  1. Extensions are often broken, I found several extensions and the only one working (through a manual fix) had a big and annoying issue: it works only on the main panel.

  2. Extensions are created by people with very few knowledge and are prone to be constantly buggy and unpolished.

For example the Show Desktop Extension I tested (the only one working, so far) in order to work needs a small hack, but the most interesting part for me is this author comment:

I found an extension that does exactly what I want, but it was quite old. I tried to update it a little bit and make it work. I'm still learning how to make extensions, so all the credits go to the original author and his collaborators.

All the extensions I tested and I am using are suffering the same, you see that aren't organic and well integrated with Gnome-Shell, is this an achievement? I think not because you can see all the effort that the other DEs are putting to provide for any type of users the basic and advance functions, while Gnome really has, for me, true difficult to reach at least the basic functions, for we simple peasants.

The Gnome team has threw on the garbage a Desktop Environment almost perfect to make us the pleasure to offering to us a new one that does the halves of the thing the previous used to do. And with the velocity it is constantly breaking API/ABI you will never have working, polished, bug-free extensions unless a Gnome-Dev decides to dirt his/her hands on this, which is pretty unrealistic.

The more I am using Gnome3/POP!_OS the more I am regretting my choice; the only reason why I am not going to give up is because, beside KDE which I have never fall in love with it, there aren't other alternative to XFCE good enough for me. MATE is the bleached copy of Gnome 2.x, Pantheon is not designed to be customized, Budgie is cool but still immature and Cinnamon never impressed me. The sum of all the our I have spent to make Gnome 3 usable (for me) plus the hours that all the guys put into creating the extensions (working and broken) to make it a decent desktop environment are the evidence of the total disaster the Gnome 3 has been for the community.

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #Docky #Linux #System76 #Ubuntu #ShowDesktop #GnomeShellExtensions #LinuxDesktopTuning

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from Gnuserland

The mysterious case of Tracker...

Some of days ago I found a post on #Diaspora with this article:

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2019/07/how-to-completely-disable-tracker.html

And I am suddenly remembered about Tracker; It was by Gnome 2.6 that I don't uninstall an indexer on my computer... At that time there was an epic challenge between #Tracker and #Beagle to decide which was the crappiest, I suppose that Tracker won.

BeagleBeagle was made in Mono...

But I had totally forgot about them, as a matter of fact #Xfce4 on #Debian is distributed totally unbloated (not sure about #Xubuntu) so you don't to worry about that.

Trackers on #Gnu were born because OS X (today macOS) indexing system and Google Desktop, the latter is dead like happens at 98% of Gugl project while the former still continues to lurk inside any Apple operative systems. No one needs a file indexer on his/her computer in the way those are shaped, and we are again at the same stupid point... You encrypted your disk and later you indexing everything, it is not really coherent. I mean, if you decide to keep your data safe you must be consistent across all the status of your computer, indexing files is a generous help you are doing to anyone can access to your computer when it is fully accessible and you aren't there. Just think about it.

You may want tracking some special folders for you, that would be smarter, there are (or were) application available for that and probably also Tracker does it, and you may change the behavior on the setting but I am not really sure those changes will work; as a matter of by default it wants indexing all your system.

From that article I learned that eventually the performance issues have been fixed (probably 10 years later... 🤦‍♂️) but it has been also tied on Gnome3. The unknown reason about that. can only lead to think that was not for a good reason.


Before to continue

Blocking Tracker may break some application you use or you think you are going to use. Since the moment my default environment has been #XFCE4 I am not planning to replace my usual application with the Gnome ones hence I don't care about collateral effect however blocking Tracker may cause instability to the following packages:

apt-cache rdepends tracker
tracker
Reverse Depends:
  tracker-extract
  nautilus
  vanilla-gnome-desktop
  rygel-tracker
  netatalk
  kylin-burner
  gnome-photos
  gnome-music
  gnome-games-app
  gnome-documents
  gnome-core
  gnome-boxes
  gnome-books
  brasero
  bijiben
  tracker-miner-fs
  tracker-extract

Probably all the gnome-* packages require tracker to work properly.


Tracker is an Indexer

By default Tracker is handled by .desktop as you can read from the manual:

DESCRIPTION
tracker-miner-fs  is  not  supposed  to  be run by the user since it is started by its .desktop file when the user logs  in.  It  can  also  be started manually of course for debugging purposes. You can not run more than one instance of this at the same time.

and are stored in /etc/xdg/autostart/:

ls -l /etc/xdg/autostart/ | grep tracker
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  522 Feb 23 12:15 tracker-extract.desktop
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  535 Feb 23 12:15 tracker-miner-apps.desktop
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  530 Feb 23 12:15 tracker-miner-fs.desktop
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  600 Apr 12 11:20 tracker-store.desktop

However in the article it suggested to mask these services but when I looked to find them I didn't find those services:

$ systemctl list-units | grep tracker
$ 

Nothing!

This led me to discuss with the guy behind the article arguing the (s)he was just copying and pasting without testing those commands, actually I was wrong and I'll explain later, hence I just modified those .desktop file directly on my home.

You have to copy those files in ~/.config/autostart/ and change true in false

X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=false

However this method has a limit, you can't get rid off the component tracker-store which is extremely resilient, I have even modified and removed the tracker-store.desktop on /etc/xdg/autostart/ but it has continued to be active no matter what!

Doing that you have this result:

$ ps ax | grep tracker
10225 ?        Ssl    0:00 /usr/lib/tracker/tracker-store

$ tracker status 
Currently indexed: 0 files, 0 folders
Remaining space on database partition: 364.3 GB (74.90%)
All data miners are idle, indexing complete

What is it this tracker-store?

DESCRIPTION
tracker-store  provides  both  a  powerful database daemon which allows clients to query or update their  data  using  the  highly  descriptive SPARQL language. tracker-store  does  not do any file crawling or any mining of data it‐self, instead other processes do that while tracker-store serves  as  a daemon  waiting for such requests from application miners like tracker-miner-fs.

It seems harmless and it didn't indexing any files however at this point I want completely stop it! Why?

Because it is supposed that you can disable or manage it trough the settings panel:

Gnome SettingsGnome Settings

Or manage it trough dconf-editor: Dconf-EditorDconf-Editor

But unfortunately the system is insensitive to these settings hence you have a lot of cool switches that actually are useless (until someone comes out to notice me that I was wrong, which has its high probability).

Don't put stuff that don't work

About this point we have to come back at the main discourse. Tracker has been dormant for a long time for performance issue. You (probably Ubuntu) woke up it for unclear reason and eventually you can't handle it through GUI because it is simply insensitive to these switches.

Indexing the computer is something addressed to the newbies, just them are interested in those things. I am pretty sure that power users prefer using others solutions especially the ones that do not impact on system performances. I don't want anything indexed for security reason, for privacy and for performance. I prefer keeping my file organized in a rational way that you can easily find what you need and for quick search I use locate | grep something.

Always systemd

Systemd took is revenge against me! I am one that was against systemd since the beginning, I am still against it but this time it made me do an epic fail... 🤦‍♂️

Oh man... 🤦‍♂️

On that article we have this solution:

systemctl --user mask tracker-store.service tracker-miner-fs.service tracker-miner-rss.service tracker-extract.service tracker-miner-apps.service tracker-writeback.service

I didn't even read carefully: > You can mask the Tracker systemd services to completely disable it for your current user using this command [...]

Now I discovered that you can activate, deactivate and even masked service that aren't activated yet per user!

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd/User

In fact the firs time I didn't notice:

systemctl --user mask [...]

The --user makes totally the difference. With this command I can masked all the Tracker services per user (without administrative powers) and stop it definitively!

systemctl --user mask tracker-store.service tracker-miner-fs.service tracker-miner-rss.service tracker-extract.service tracker-miner-apps.service tracker-writeback.service
Unit tracker-miner-rss.service does not exist, proceeding anyway.
Created symlink /home/USER/.config/systemd/user/tracker-store.service → /dev/null.
Created symlink /home/USER/.config/systemd/user/tracker-miner-fs.service → /dev/null.
Created symlink /home/USER/.config/systemd/user/tracker-miner-rss.service → /dev/null.
Created symlink /home/USER/.config/systemd/user/tracker-extract.service → /dev/null.
Created symlink /home/USER/.config/systemd/user/tracker-miner-apps.service → /dev/null.
Created symlink /home/USER/.config/systemd/user/tracker-writeback.service → /dev/null.

This makes me even more frustrated: I have unfairly discussed because my ignorance, and because this is actually pretty cool indeed!

This is the list of the services that you can handle per user:

ls  /usr/lib/systemd/user/
at-spi-dbus-bus.service
basic.target
bluetooth.target
colord-session.service
dbus-org.bluez.obex.service
dbus.service
dbus.socket
default.target
dirmngr.service
dirmngr.socket
evolution-addressbook-factory.service
evolution-calendar-factory.service
evolution-source-registry.service
evolution-user-prompter.service
exit.target
flatpak-portal.service
flatpak-session-helper.service
glib-pacrunner.service
gnome-keyring.service
gnome-keyring-ssh.service
gnome-session.service
gnome-shell.service
gnome-shell-wayland.target
gnome-shell-x11.target
gnome-terminal-server.service
gpg-agent-browser.socket
gpg-agent-extra.socket
gpg-agent.service
gpg-agent.socket
gpg-agent-ssh.socket
graphical-session-pre.target
graphical-session-pre.target.wants
graphical-session.target
gvfs-afc-volume-monitor.service
gvfs-daemon.service
gvfs-goa-volume-monitor.service
gvfs-gphoto2-volume-monitor.service
gvfs-metadata.service
gvfs-mtp-volume-monitor.service
gvfs-udisks2-volume-monitor.service
im-config.service
obex.service
org.gnome.Evince.service
paths.target
printer.target
pulseaudio.service
pulseaudio.socket
session-migration.service
shutdown.target
smartcard.target
sockets.target
sockets.target.wants
sound.target
ssh-agent.service
system76-driver-backlight.service
systemd-exit.service
systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service
systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer
systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service
timers.target
tracker-extract.service
tracker-miner-apps.service
tracker-miner-fs.service
tracker-store.service
tracker-writeback.service
vino-server.service
xdg-desktop-portal-gtk.service
xdg-desktop-portal.service
xdg-document-portal.service
xdg-permission-store.service

Stop Tracker once and forever

Actually Tracker was been stopped forever with this command already posted:

systemctl --user mask tracker-store.service tracker-miner-fs.service tracker-miner-rss.service tracker-extract.service tracker-miner-apps.service tracker-writeback.service

Let me show again what happened when I just operated on the .desktop files:

$ ps ax | grep tracker
10225 ?        Ssl    0:00 /usr/lib/tracker/tracker-store
tracker status
Currently indexed: 0 files, 0 folders
Remaining space on database partition: 364.3 GB (74.90%)
All data miners are idle, indexing complete
$ du -h .cache/tracker/
3.9M	.cache/tracker/

Somehow tracker-store is still active. To make my changes active I have to relaunch the session but before I will erase the .desktop files I modified and I will clean up the .cache:

rm  .config/autostart/tracker-* && rm -r  .cache/tracker/

Tracker annihilated

That works actually pretty good indeed, just check by yourself:

$ ps ax | grep tracker
13565 pts/0    S+     0:00 grep --color=auto tracker

$ tracker status
Could not establish a connection to Tracker: Failed to load SPARQL backend: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.systemd1.UnitMasked: Unit tracker-store.service is masked.

$ du -h .cache/tracker/
du: cannot access '.cache/tracker/': No such file or directory 

This got rid also of tracker-store!

🍺

#PostInstallation #PopOS #Gnome3 #LinuxDesktop #OpenSource #Tracker #Linux #System76 #Ubuntu #systemd

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from Dia Susanin

There are many problems associated with the process of Thunderbird to PST conversion. The task has been considered unsafe as it always brings harm to customer’s database. It also consumes a lot of energy. The biggest disadvantage associated with the task is that it consumes a lot of time too.

There has been no tool which can bring end to this painful time consumption. Most tools struggles with the completion of the task itself. However, there is one tool which can help you with the conversion process without consuming too much time. This software program is called Mail Extractor Pro from USL.

Thunderbird to PST

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Post Installation: Graphic Design Applications!

GNU Graphic Software

To begin I want make it clear:

With all the advanced tools available as freeware or with paid subscription, making Desktop Publishing or Digital Graphic with GNU/Linux is a total act of masochism!

I mean in future probably will be there only opensource applications that will be available through paid subscription because this is the trend, hence it is not going change anything for you, but now there are few applications really not very polished like the closed counter part but this doesn't mean that aren't powerful, but are pretty rough hence difficult to use.

More than ten years all the famous and well known applications weren't so easy to use as today, those were somehow are as today the most famous gnu graphics applications. At that time we used to call these application professionals today we watch at the gnu alternatives and we say not-user-friendly.

However that doesn't mean that aren't professional. Today a very famous suite is targeting mainly prospects with few and nothing knowledge of Graphic Design. Professionals are almost forced to use or at least to know these applications by necessity, but those new prospects need easy tools to use rather than professional tools (with a step curve learning) hence those software are sacrificing something to make themselves easy to use for everyone and the result is that today graphic communication has the tendency to be quite flat and similar.

Gnu applications instead are very hard to use but if you are able to squeeze them properly you can achieve the same result. At the end of the day the difference is made by you not by your software. I can confirm that most of these gnu application are truly professionals, the limits belong to you, but you don't need to learn them.

There are very few reasons to learn these software and I'll list you:

  • you are an amateur and you will never use pirate software to create your digital craft-works;
  • you are firmly convinced about the goodness of the free software and you will fight for them till the end;
  • you are a genius and you can create magic with free-software.
  • you are sick and tired to depend by these corporations and you work as free-lance or alone.
  • you are really desperate without a budget but need some graphics application for free.
  • you are a kid and some illuminated person taught you these software because s/he took care about your digital (and mental) freedom.

You may overlap many of these factors, but if you don't match even any of those, don't do the error to even try any of these software, just live your life as is and leave us alone with our affairs.

Pre-Installation

If you are still reading maybe you are really interested to learn more, software I was referring are #Gimp (learn more) and #Scribus (learn more). In this article I will speak just about how installing them, how they do or how to use them it is not my current scope.

One thing to say is: the versions available through repository are old, if you are just learning or are just curious you can use them. From my part I want the latest version, I prefer handle with crashes but having new features rather than stable software that eventually aren't really-really stable...

I used to have Debian Testing with pinning toward SID and Experimental for very long time in order to have the most updated software but today for Linux and the .DEB distros based there are several options to get updated software:

  • Appimage (GOOD)
  • Flatpak (GOOD)
  • Snapd (NOT QUITE GOOD)
  • PPA (VERY BAD)

I am not a real supporter of Snap but since the moment I am now on an Ubuntu based distro I decided that it is fine if I use it, hence I did some researches on Snapcrat but I didn't find some software I need: Scribus and Atom Editor; but I found those on Flatpak!

Flatpak has been designed with Gnome3 in mind and since the moment POP! is based on Gnome3 is another viable solutions. Appimage are fine but Scribus 1.5.4 got crashed repetitively on Debian and I guess will be the same on POP! as well. PPA are one the worst invention by Canonical, it has created epic disasters on many Ubuntu installations, on my system the only PPA I can tolerate is the one that belongs to System76 but they had better to use a conformed repository rather than a PPA.

Flatpak but Fatroot

Flatpak.org gently provided the instruction we need to unleash the flatpak power at https://flatpak.org/setup/Pop!_OS/

Install flatpak

sudo apt install flatpak

Add flathub as source

flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo

Unfortunately it requires a complete restart and it won't probably work on the POP!_Shop

The POP!_Shop

Every time I read the words shop, market or store associated with the free-software I can't avoid to feel bad, a wiser name it will be ever appreciate!

As I wrote above we need to install flatpak applications through terminal even because the POP!_shop (:facepalm:) shows only the GUI application and I don't consider useful a software center that hides to you half if not even more of the applications available on your system, so far I can I prefer avoid it.

I was convinced to use WAYLAND but it seems I was wrong:

echo $XDG_SESSION_TYPE 
x11

Hence I can install the good-old-one Synaptic:

sudo apt install synaptic

Straight to the point

It is time to install the following software:

$ flatpak install flathub org.gimp.GIMP

$ flatpak install flathub net.scribus.Scribus

$ flatpak install flathub org.kde.krita

$ flatpak install flathub org.freecadweb.FreeCAD

$ flatpak install flathub io.atom.Atom

Cool now I have some of my favorite applications updated and I keep my system quite clean but with a price. Now I'll show how the system got fat because flatpak:

du -chs /var/lib/flatpak/
5.0G	/var/lib/flatpak/
5.0G	total

5G for just five application... 🙀*

Still software installation:

sudo apt install trimage fbi gv imagemagick mupdf mupdf-tools pdf2svg pdfshuffler pstoedit wkhtmltopdf inkscape xournal xpdf icc-profiles displaycal gpick xsane exiv2 ufraw gimp-ufraw gsfonts-x11 ttf-dejavu* vdpauinfo  xfig *uniconvertor 

One of the software I use diary on my job is Google Web Designer (GWD)

It is provided as DEB and RPM, I hope in the future will also be available as FLATPAK or APPIMAGE.

I don't want really install it on my computer so I will try to find some alternative way to use it without installing it on my system...

Before to start this section I would like to point out something that for me is one of the big mistake that the newer distro are doing constantly: hiding stuff!


Don't hide stuff because you think that newcomers get scary about terminal and commands, those people will be never resilient and at the first difficulty will give up anyway, it is necessary a bit of knowledge to use everything! Instead of hiding stuff is surely much better educating people to have the right approach to the informatics. Aren't useful in any cases, on GNU & Linux, people that have just a basic and nothing knowledge of informatics, for those people there are already valid alternatives even if proprietary. In order to grow up as community we need people that learn and contribute and that are willing to address new challenges.


As I said there are chance that I can use GWD without installing on my root, and in order to that I need to know if I need some libraries to make it working, GDEBI by default shows this information but EDDY the alternative provided by Elementary/POP! does not! Check it out:

Eddy vs GDebi 01Eddy vs GDebi 01

Eddy, modern and smart, doesn't show that actually it will install two further libraries like GDebi, old and ugly, does.

Eddy vs GDebi 02Eddy vs GDebi 02

If you use just Eddy you will never notice that but I am uninstalled it just to show you.

Eddy vs GDebi 03Eddy vs GDebi 03

As you see Eddy installed the two libraries without alert you, it did everything silently. This is not modern, this is dangerous. You have the right to know what is happening on your computer, you have to learn how it works. People with zero knowledge are not useful for the entire GNU/Linux ecosystem, unless you are interested in keeping your users ignorant; and this is even more dangerous!

Eddy vs GDebi 04Eddy vs GDebi 04

Now I did everything with GDebi which informed me about that it will install two further libraries available on my repos. You can also check everything about the package using the bottom tabs, and see what it does opening the terminal. I think that is modern and educative, perfect for newcomers. On the opposite if you install a package externally from your repositories it can do whatever it wants: hiding what is doing it is not smart at all, this is a TRULY, GIANT, ABNORMAL design mistake as well as an EXTREME and HUGE lacking of security...

When you connect this sensational oversights with all the false narration about the encryption and the security you can eventually understand that it is just hot air.

Using Google Web Designer without installing through dpkg.

As a matter of fact both Eddy and GDebi are just front-end for DPKG, I could also install it with:

sudo dpkg -i google-webde*

But you never know how much big G will dig into your stuff hence better run it without administrative power, thus I just extracted the folder:

/home/YOUR-USER/Downloads/google-webdesigner_current_amd64/data/opt/google/webdesigner

and run it through the terminal to see the output:

./webdesigner 

DevTools listening on ws://127.0.0.1:34549/devtools/browser/77189911-05e2-4f23-8934-b6bcd1941ed1

and it worked without issue, hence until I am going to test it further, I assume that is working properly. The only gap is that I will have to update GWD manually every time, not a big issue by the way.

Fonts and Fonts Manager

There are several fonts available in the Ubuntu (and Debian) repositories however having the system full of fonts may have negative effect on the system performance. My suggestion is to store the fonts on your home and enable it when you need. In order to achieve it you need the fonts and a fonts manager.

About the fonts you can download the entire libraries of Google Fonts through git:

git clone https://github.com/google/fonts.git Google-Fonts

This command will clone the entire repo on the Google-Fonts folder, hence it is up to you to decide which will be the upper folder.

The font manager I suggest you is Fonty-python: sudo apt install fontypython

Since the moment it is a graphical application, it is probably available on the shop (:facepalm:) as well. Using it is pretty easy, you associate the fonts you want to a pog then you can activate and deactivate those at need. It will create symbolic links on your hidden fonts folders and regenerate font cache automatically for you each time you did some operation with the pogs. You can do a web search to see how it works.

Last but not least #Blender 2.8

https://www.blender.org/download/releases/2-80/

You don't need to install it just download it, unzip the file run in trough terminal:

wget https://mirror.clarkson.edu/blender/release/Blender2.80/blender-2.80rc2-linux-glibc217-x86_64.tar.bz2

and

tar xvf blender-2.80rc2-linux-glibc217-x86_64.tar.bz2
cd cd blender-2.80rc2-linux-glibc217-x86_64/
./blender

There is also a blender.desktop that you can modify accordingly with where you extract the compressed folder and then you can copy it on ~/.local/share/applications/


I think I stop here. I would like to add another section but I prefer address it alone!

Thanks!

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Digging into the Gno-Menu extension


Never mind, I found that Arc Menu is pretty decent, and overall working, to use!


Unfortunately this extension doesn't work on Gnome 3.32.2.

Maybe I need some lacking libraries, let me check it out!

I launched the command gnome-shell --replace from the terminal to see this output.

First run (full version at the end)1

(gnome-shell:5633): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:10:05.408: g_environ_setenv: assertion 'value != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:5633): Gtk-WARNING **: 18:10:25.178: Could not load a pixbuf from icon theme.
This may indicate that pixbuf loaders or the mime database could not be found.
Gjs-Message: 18:10:35.202: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/extensionDownloader.js 89]: reference to undefined property "GLocalFileOutputStream"

(gnome-shell:5633): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:10:35.272: Some code accessed the property 'ENABLED_EXTENSIONS_KEY' on the module 'extensionSystem'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:10:35.288: Extension "gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com" had error: Error: Requiring GMenu, version none: Typelib file for namespace 'GMenu' (any version) not found

So far I see I might need about two missing libraries:

sudo apt install gir1.2-dbusmenu-gtk3-0.4 gir1.2-gmenu-3.0

Second run (full version at the end)2

current session already has an ibus-daemon.

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.914: g_dir_open_with_errno: assertion 'path != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.915: g_filename_to_utf8: assertion 'opsysstring != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.915: g_dir_open_with_errno: assertion 'path != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.915: g_filename_to_utf8: assertion 'opsysstring != NULL' failed
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:35:56.978: Telepathy is not available, chat integration will be disabled.
Gjs-Message: 18:35:57.055: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/workspacesView.js 527]: reference to undefined property "_workspacesViews"

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.055: JS ERROR: Exception in callback for signal: cancel: TypeError: this._workspacesViews is undefined
_endTouchGesture@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/workspacesView.js:527:25
_emit@resource:///org/gnome/gjs/modules/signals.js:128:27
set enabled@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/windowManager.js:478:13
WorkspacesDisplay<@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/workspacesView.js:482:9
ViewSelector<@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/viewSelector.js:167:35
ControlsManager<@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/overviewControls.js:405:29
init@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/overview.js:234:26
_initializeUI@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/main.js:187:5
start@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/main.js:127:5
@<main>:1:31


(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.290: Some code accessed the property 'Extension' on the module 'dndExtension'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.291: Some code accessed the property 'DoNotDisturb' on the module 'doNotDisturb'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.291: Some code accessed the property 'GnomePresence' on the module 'system'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'DoNotDisturbToggle' on the module 'widgets'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'DoNotDisturbIcon' on the module 'widgets'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'SettingsManager' on the module 'settings'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'NotificationManager' on the module 'system'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.309: Some code accessed the property 'RemoteAPI' on the module 'settings'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.309: Some code accessed the property 'AudioManager' on the module 'system'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
System76 Power-Message: 18:35:57.324: gnome-shell-extension-system76-power: power profile was set: 'Balanced'
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:35:57.887: Error looking up permission: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.portal.Error.NotFound: No entry for geolocation

(gnome-shell:2195): Gvc-WARNING **: 18:35:57.964: Device did not have an appropriate card

(gnome-shell:2195): Gvc-CRITICAL **: 18:35:57.964: gvc_mixer_stream_get_port: assertion 'stream->priv->ports != NULL' failed
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 37 with keysym 37 (keycode 10).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 38 with keysym 38 (keycode 11).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 32 with keysym 32 (keycode b).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 33 with keysym 33 (keycode c).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 34 with keysym 34 (keycode d).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 31 with keysym 31 (keycode a).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 39 with keysym 39 (keycode 12).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 36 with keysym 36 (keycode f).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 35 with keysym 35 (keycode e).

(gnome-shell:2195): Gtk-WARNING **: 18:36:09.525: Could not load a pixbuf from icon theme.
This may indicate that pixbuf loaders or the mime database could not be found.
Gjs-Message: 18:36:17.670: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/extensionDownloader.js 89]: reference to undefined property "GLocalFileOutputStream"

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:36:17.758: Some code accessed the property 'ENABLED_EXTENSIONS_KEY' on the module 'extensionSystem'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
Gjs-Message: 18:36:17.813: JS WARNING: [/home/pop/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com/extension.js 2798]: Too many arguments to method Shell.AppUsage.get_most_used: expected 0, got 1

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:36:17.814: Some code accessed the property 'PlacesManager' on the module 'placeDisplay'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
Gjs-Message: 18:36:17.825: JS WARNING: [/home/pop/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com/workspaceThumbnail.js 137]: reference to undefined property "GenericContainer"
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:36:17.825: Extension "gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com" had error: TypeError: Shell.GenericContainer is not a constructor

Actually I fixed the warning about GMENU and TYPELIB but the still doesn't work, there are several issues that I may try to understand but I have already reached my limits...

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(gnome-shell:5633): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:10:05.408: g_environ_setenv: assertion 'value != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:5633): Gtk-WARNING **: 18:10:25.178: Could not load a pixbuf from icon theme.
This may indicate that pixbuf loaders or the mime database could not be found.
Gjs-Message: 18:10:35.202: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/extensionDownloader.js 89]: reference to undefined property "GLocalFileOutputStream"
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(gnome-shell:5633): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:10:35.272: Some code accessed the property 'ENABLED_EXTENSIONS_KEY' on the module 'extensionSystem'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:10:35.288: Extension "gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com" had error: Error: Requiring GMenu, version none: Typelib file for namespace 'GMenu' (any version) not found

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current session already has an ibus-daemon.

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.914: g_dir_open_with_errno: assertion 'path != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.915: g_filename_to_utf8: assertion 'opsysstring != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.915: g_dir_open_with_errno: assertion 'path != NULL' failed

(gnome-shell:2195): GLib-CRITICAL **: 18:35:56.915: g_filename_to_utf8: assertion 'opsysstring != NULL' failed
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:35:56.978: Telepathy is not available, chat integration will be disabled.
Gjs-Message: 18:35:57.055: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/workspacesView.js 527]: reference to undefined property "_workspacesViews"

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.055: JS ERROR: Exception in callback for signal: cancel: TypeError: this._workspacesViews is undefined
_endTouchGesture@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/workspacesView.js:527:25
_emit@resource:///org/gnome/gjs/modules/signals.js:128:27
set enabled@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/windowManager.js:478:13
WorkspacesDisplay<@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/workspacesView.js:482:9
ViewSelector<@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/viewSelector.js:167:35
ControlsManager<@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/overviewControls.js:405:29
init@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/overview.js:234:26
_initializeUI@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/main.js:187:5
start@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/main.js:127:5
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(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.290: Some code accessed the property 'Extension' on the module 'dndExtension'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.291: Some code accessed the property 'DoNotDisturb' on the module 'doNotDisturb'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.291: Some code accessed the property 'GnomePresence' on the module 'system'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'DoNotDisturbToggle' on the module 'widgets'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'DoNotDisturbIcon' on the module 'widgets'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'SettingsManager' on the module 'settings'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.308: Some code accessed the property 'NotificationManager' on the module 'system'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.309: Some code accessed the property 'RemoteAPI' on the module 'settings'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:35:57.309: Some code accessed the property 'AudioManager' on the module 'system'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
System76 Power-Message: 18:35:57.324: gnome-shell-extension-system76-power: power profile was set: 'Balanced'
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:35:57.887: Error looking up permission: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.portal.Error.NotFound: No entry for geolocation

(gnome-shell:2195): Gvc-WARNING **: 18:35:57.964: Device did not have an appropriate card

(gnome-shell:2195): Gvc-CRITICAL **: 18:35:57.964: gvc_mixer_stream_get_port: assertion 'stream->priv->ports != NULL' failed
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 37 with keysym 37 (keycode 10).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 38 with keysym 38 (keycode 11).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 32 with keysym 32 (keycode b).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 33 with keysym 33 (keycode c).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 34 with keysym 34 (keycode d).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 31 with keysym 31 (keycode a).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 39 with keysym 39 (keycode 12).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 36 with keysym 36 (keycode f).
Window manager warning: Overwriting existing binding of keysym 35 with keysym 35 (keycode e).

(gnome-shell:2195): Gtk-WARNING **: 18:36:09.525: Could not load a pixbuf from icon theme.
This may indicate that pixbuf loaders or the mime database could not be found.
Gjs-Message: 18:36:17.670: JS WARNING: [resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/extensionDownloader.js 89]: reference to undefined property "GLocalFileOutputStream"
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(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:36:17.758: Some code accessed the property 'ENABLED_EXTENSIONS_KEY' on the module 'extensionSystem'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
Gjs-Message: 18:36:17.813: JS WARNING: [/home/pop/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com/extension.js 2798]: Too many arguments to method Shell.AppUsage.get_most_used: expected 0, got 1

(gnome-shell:2195): Gjs-WARNING **: 18:36:17.814: Some code accessed the property 'PlacesManager' on the module 'placeDisplay'. That property was defined with 'let' or 'const' inside the module. This was previously supported, but is not correct according to the ES6 standard. Any symbols to be exported from a module must be defined with 'var'. The property access will work as previously for the time being, but please fix your code anyway.
Gjs-Message: 18:36:17.825: JS WARNING: [/home/pop/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com/workspaceThumbnail.js 137]: reference to undefined property "GenericContainer"
GNOME Shell-Message: 18:36:17.825: Extension "gnomenu@panacier.gmail.com" had error: TypeError: Shell.GenericContainer is not a constructor
 
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from GreenFediverse

GreenFediverse

@greenfediverse@chaos.social is a open transparence project that wants to empower the fediverse to run on #renewableenergy!

We created a open list where everyone can participate in. Admins who want to make it public that their instances (physical-servers) run on renewable energy can sign into this list: https://lite.framacalc.org/greenfediverse-instances

New and old users can see it and decide by themselves whether they want to choose a green instance or not. If you want your account run on a green instance, it's possible to migrate your existing one. Search for the import/export option in your account-settings.

You have a idea for a discussion, questions which others could answer, or you just want to talk about related topics (for example: #greenwebhosting #greencomputing #greendatacenter), mention @greenfediverse in your “toot” and we will boost it through our timeline!

To proof that servers are using renewable energy, you can fill out the given categories. This way makes it much easier and transparent for everyone. You can also take a look at “how to participate?” (some lines below)

Info: We decided not to hand out certificates, any kind of badges or want to judge over someone who is not capable to use renewable energy. We don't want to “green-blame” instances. Our main goal is to increase transparency and awareness on the issue of a sustainable digital infrastructure that is build on renewable energy.

How to participate?

If you are a admin and not listed yet, feel free to fill out the categories with info's of your instance.

STEP 1: Please fill in your instance name.

STEP 2: Please fill in your instance address.

STEP 3: A instance can also be checked at a “whois”-website. It tells you where a server is physically hosted. We last used: https://whois.domaintools.com/ To be sure, search and read the companys side about energy-use.

STEP 4: Under “hosting-provider”, fill in the name of the company.

STEP 5: You are free to fill in every information you think is important to know about your renewable energy use. You can also take a look at those who already filled out. For example, a link to a .pdf of a renewable-energy certificate or contract.

Thanks for your action! #GreenFediverse #FediverseForFuture Free data, open knowledge and towards a sustainable planet! 💚🌱

 
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