The xorg list seems to be pretty derelict, so I've copied to the Factory
xdiskusage was recently accepted into openSUSE:Factory:Contrib. I have
now submitted an OBS request (36014) to request its addition to
X11:Utilities, which looked like an appropriate devel project.
xdiskusage, if you've never used it, is a lightweight disk usage
The original upstream is at http://xdiskusage.sourceforge.net/ but after
some limited discussion with the sole developer on that project I
forked the project onto a Google Code project, so that I could make some
build fixes, and release a new tarball. This Google Code project is here:
The license for the code is GPLv2+.
 No releases in the SF file release system. The release on the SF
webpage failed to build on (current) 64bit systems. I didn't manage to
get commit access to the SF project. The SF project doesn't have much
John Beranek To generalise is to be an idiot.
http://redux.org.uk/ -- William Blake
I'm working on updating syslog-ng to 3.X (where X=1 right now...). When
testing my package on factory, I ran into yet another apparmor related
problem. Syslog-ng starts, but throws the following message, when
apparmor is enabled (default...):
linux-6jkh:~ # rcsyslog
Re-Starting syslog servicessyslog-ng: Error setting file number limit;
limit='4096'; error='Operation not permitted'
Any hint, what I should add to the apparmor profile in factory? (11.2
does not have this problem with the same profile...).
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