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Old 20th March 2017, 09:24 PM
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Question How can I disable Tilix by update??

ust be a new tool that I don't care, how can I exclude?

Installazione in corso:
clang-libs x86_64 3.9.1-1.fc25 updates 8.7 M
compiler-rt x86_64 3.9.1-1.fc25 updates 1.4 M
ldc x86_64 1:0.17.3-1.fc25 updates 11 M
ldc-config noarch 1:0.17.3-1.fc25 updates 22 k
ldc-druntime x86_64 1:0.17.3-1.fc25 updates 465 k
ldc-druntime-devel x86_64 1:0.17.3-1.fc25 updates 400 k
ldc-phobos x86_64 1:0.17.3-1.fc25 updates 1.9 M
ldc-phobos-devel x86_64 1:0.17.3-1.fc25 updates 1.4 M
tilix x86_64 1.5.4-1.fc25 heikoada-terminix 1.8 M
replacing terminix.x86_64 1.5.0-1.fc25
tilix-nautilus x86_64 1.5.4-1.fc25 heikoada-terminix 11 k
replacing terminix-nautilus.x86_64 1.5.0-1.fc25
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Old 21st March 2017, 12:58 AM
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Re: How can I disable Tilix by update??

If you didn't want the tilix stuff, then why did you enable the copr heikoada-terminix repo in the first place?

You could disable that repo,
# dnf copr disable heikoada/terminix
Or you could remove that repo altogether,
# dnf copr remove heikoada/terminix
Or you could exclude those particular packages by adding the line exclude=tilix* to your /etc/dnf/dnf.conf file.
heikoada/terminix : Tilix is a tiling terminal emulator which uses the VTE GTK+ 3 widget with the following features:
                  : *    Layout terminals in any fashion by splitting them horizontally or vertically
                  : *    Terminals can be re-arranged using drag and drop both within and between windows
                  : *    Terminals can be detached into a new window via drag and drop
                  : *    Input can be synchronized between terminals so commands typed in one terminal are replicated to the others
                  : *    The grouping of terminals can be saved and loaded from disk
                  : *    Terminals support custom titles
                  : *    Color schemes are stored in files and custom color schemes can be created by simply creating a new file
                  : *    Transparent background
                  : *    Supports notifications when processes are completed out of view. Requires the Fedora notification patches for
                  :      VTE
                  : The application was written using GTK 3 and an effort was made to conform to Gnome Human Interface Guidelines
                  : (HIG). As a result, it does use CSD (i.e. the GTK HeaderBar) though it can be disabled if necessary. Other then
                  : Gnome, only Unity and has been tested officially though users have had success with other desktop environments.

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Old 21st March 2017, 07:23 PM
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Re: How can I disable Tilix by update??

actually I didn't realize for Tilix was an evolution of terminix ... anyway I solved and excluded Terminix thanks anyway!
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