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    What does it do?

    I really like the update that allows multiple XServer cards. Looks like development is headed toward making Ubuntu/Debian/Arch apps feel more native, with Xecutah serving as the launcher.

    Edit: incorrectly attributed it to Xecutah changelog, it's in the ubuntuchroot changelog
    Last edited by Willard; 09/21/2011 at 02:20 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willard View Post
    What does it do?

    I really like the update that allows multiple XServer cards. Looks like development is headed toward making Ubuntu/Debian/Arch apps feel more native, with Xecutah serving as the launcher.

    Edit: incorrectly attributed it to Xecutah changelog, it's in the ubuntuchroot changelog
    It's a mistake. It should not have been released for the alpha feed before it was working.

    BTW, you should not install things from the alpha feed without knowing what the update does.

    -- Rod
    Last edited by rwhitby; 09/23/2011 at 03:21 AM.
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    Good advice, that's why I asked the question.

    I use the alpha channel to read the change logs, see where development is headed.
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    XApps is going to be a way to use Xecutah to call apps directly from inside a chroot - e.g. Chromium or XChat or LibreOffice.

    -- Rod
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    Great!

    I was clumsily auto loading either a lxpanel, unity-2d-launcher, or dockx with a bunch of launchers for my various startup scripts (libreoffice, Firefox, VLC, full LXDE, etc).

    Calling from Xecutah will make the apps feel more native. Thanks!
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    now I'm excited when's this coming?

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