The general and most visible new stuff in 4.1 as i can see without the official changelog is that you have a new option, under the "Video" configuration menu.
It's a switch for turning on and off Auto-exposure for the webcams.
Now if only there was somebody to fix those damn crappy linux UVC to support switching off the auto-exposure on every UVC, will be good !
As always in linux... Something is wrong and doesn't work...
But hey - It's free... Haha ( me being sarcastic)
will the 32bit opensuse rpm work on a 64 bit opensuse install?
Me personally, who doesn't even use ubuntu on his desktop (I do actually have it on my laptop) don't even mind or care. It's fine this way. The only thing they could do, is offer a generic tar.bz2 (behind a not easily find advanced function) so that distro's can pull that in when building packages.
Linux = Linux. If it works on ubuntu, 99% chance it works on any distro you want.
Now on topic:
Where are some screenshots? I don't want to install this dog pile of crap, but at would be curious as to what has changed.
_Still_ no 64bit rpm...
Why the heck does it have a dependency on systemd???!!
it's the future of the big rpm based distro's..............?
Steam is a bit tricky with a generic package because it pulls missing libs for certain games and therefore has to speak to the package manager. It's probably not easy to make this generic. Right now it is tailored to apt and Ubuntus Repos.
BTW: On Arch the update breaks something:
Code:/usr/lib32/skype/skype: error while loading shared libraries: libQtWebKit.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Last edited by blackout23; 11-15-2012 at 05:49 AM.