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#243 fixed Unity specific menu options from .desktop files being prioritised over defaults Antoine Martin madmonk

The Win Switch menu appears to offer the last choice in the .desktop file these typically appear to be the unity specific options which would normally be ignored / hidden in other environments. The files can of course be copied and modified which clears up the problem. It would of course be nice if the relevant parser could be adjusted to take the 1st option in the file (which is the default option AFAIK).


Exert from the firefox.desktop file...

From the beginning of the file

[Desktop Entry]
Name=Firefox Web Browser
Exec=firefox %u

The Win Switch menu shows the last option however....

From the end of the file

[Desktop Action NewPrivateWindow]
Name=Open a New Private Window
Exec=firefox -private-window
#304 fixed GPG key expired Antoine Martin Adam Thorn

The gpg key at used e.g. by the Debian / Ubuntu repos has expired:

$ curl -s  | gpg -

pub  1024D/F18AD6BB 2007-04-18 Antoine Martin <[email protected]>
uid                            [jpeg image of size 4992]
sub  2048g/6E23E963 2007-04-18 [expires: 2018-05-04]

leading to errors when one runs apt-get update:

Err:17 xenial Release.gpg
  The following signatures were invalid: KEYEXPIRED 1525416977  KEYEXPIRED 1525416977  KEYEXPIRED 1525416977
#270 fixed Winswitch unable to connect over ssh from MS Windows to server running openssh 6.7 dfeldstern dfeldstern

After upgrading a linux server to openssh 6.7, I'm no longer able to connect to it from MS Windows (winswitch 0.12.20). In the server's log I see "fatal: Unable to negotiate a key exchange method [preauth]". I have no trouble connecting to the server via putty.

It seems that this is a twisted-conch issue:

However, I assume that even once that's fixed, some work will be required on winswitch's part, too, even if only to create a new build; so opening a ticker here, too.

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