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Exactly after I do the regular extraction of the archive, the file I get is: chromium-browser-stable-87.04280.67-1. I see that the .deb extension is missing but I tried in any case to give the command: sudo dpkg -i chromium-browser-stable-87.04280.67-1 and he gives me an error with the words: error: the chromium archive -browser-stable-87.04280.67-1 is not a normal file. I also tried to give the classic sudo apt-get install chromium-browser-stable-87.04280.67-1 but again nothing. What do you think am I wrong and what command exactly does it take to install this chromium package on Debian? I think that with this command I do, it doesn't work because it wants .deb extensions and I don't have it on this archive so I think it takes another command ...

Great job as always TLE, as soon as I can I update.  The exact error I don't remember, I can try again to give the command and see what happens with this new version.  If it still gives me error I will post the exact output of what happens ...

Applications and Porting / Re: MAME for Power
« on: April 17, 2021, 04:02:35 pm »
Guys then, I found on the web this RPM source of mame that seems to be version 0.229 for PPC64le. But if i try to install it, it asks me besides some libraries, also the package called "mame-data.229 but i don't find this package anywhere. I found also the 197 version but I have the same problem, I can't find the package mame-data, that are the repositories that mame needs to be able to work. I've tried to run the command "dnf install mame-data" as a site recommends but it doesn't find anything unfortunately... I would like to understand at this point if this dependencies package exists or not... But if it doesn't exist, how come there is this source 229.rpm for our architecture?

The link where I found those sources:

Yes of course, in practice I download the tarball with Chromium, when I decompress the file, he extracts the file but does it without any extension and apparently this is a problem because if I try to install with the sudo dpkg command, it does not accept it and it gives me error. I tried to look for guides on how to install but unfortunately without success because it always gave me a pat that is no longer present or obsolete. Of course now this is new and I haven't tried to decompress it yet but I wanted to know before acting, if there is any particular command to use or something else to install ...

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: Fedora 33 LTS 5.10.x kernel RPMs
« on: April 16, 2021, 06:49:48 am »
You mean that now the Fedora Kernel has started using 4k pages like we do when we compile the Kernel ourselves?

Great job, only thing I wanted, asking you is how to install the Debian version.  I know I have to download and unpack the tarball but then for the installation I can't find the correct command ...

Hi friend TLE, great job you are great. I too have updated the repositories and installed version 85 that you compiled and am using it right now. Thanks for your work for the Open Power community! After a long time we finally have an update of this great browser!

Applications and Porting / Re: MAME for Power
« on: April 13, 2021, 03:35:28 pm »
Hei Classic hi, yes up to that part I was there too, I just don't understand where to get the Tarball folder that should be used for the compilation ... I don't see it in this list ...

Applications and Porting / Re: MAME for Power
« on: April 12, 2021, 04:03:20 pm »
Guys sorry, is there a site without registration, where you can download the sources of the MAME for Power by chance? Thank you

Blackbird / Re: Raptor Support does not reply
« on: April 12, 2021, 11:08:06 am »
Hi, I also recently opened a ticket via Email and after the first reply, I'm still waiting for the second one.  From what I know, they once wrote that they have a bit of a problem responding quickly but that with a little patience they will answer ... I'm waiting for an answer too ...

Guys, I am my friend,  ;) I gave him a hand to look out into the Power world and now he is also part of the family, see if you can help him. I personally do not use Blender but I think it is also the usual problem that we Power users have, namely software optimization for our platform. Then of course for sure I told him that as soon as he can you have to mount a nice graphics card to make everything run much better and then that to use Xorg, he needs to create the xorg.conf.d file with all the graphics card output that mounts.

MPC sorry but have you also tried with a Kernel compiled with 4K pages? I haven't been able to see in the output if this 5.11 you have tried is using or if you see from this output if they are enabled ...

Great as always, always thanks for your valuable work on our favorite platform!  Let us know how it goes!

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: Fedora 33 LTS 5.10.x kernel RPMs
« on: March 21, 2021, 08:32:16 am »
Done, great report as always, thanks man! When it updates it'll mean we'll redo the change procedure, in the end it's only 2 numbers to change!

Operating Systems and Porting / Re: Fedora 33 LTS 5.10.x kernel RPMs
« on: March 21, 2021, 04:30:37 am »
Hi friend TLE, I stopped using the Fedora team Kernel, I realized that by compiling it I can personally make it to measure for me, not only for the size of the pages but also for other components that they must leave by default and I do not need them and also I compile specific for Power 9 and not generic or Power 8 that even if it will not affect much in the end, always more specific and tailored to me. I have been using the 5.12 version for a long time now and I'm enjoying it very much so amen, it's ok then when they will decide to use different pages I will see but I think I will hardly go back at this point. Obviously a special thanks goes to you that made me understand how compilation worked in Fedora!   :)

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