Technical Issues and Assistance
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Applications & Desktop Environments
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@4ant I dislike Gnome 3 almost as much as legendary @Jeannie____ , and normally can’t use it for more than 10 minutes a day. You make me spend half an hour with it daily. It’s beyond my limits of Gnome 3 support.
I have 8 screens in Pictures category with Noto Color Emoji font in Arch and Antergos.
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Multimedia and Gaming
Issues related to Audio/Video/Image playback/editing, and gaming.
If you have any similar games for the little ones please post .
This article contains some good games for Linux, although the author’s English is not the best. A found a few interesting ones there, such as Childsplay and Omnitux.
Thank you for sharing! It’s true that many good games on the article!
Pacman & Package Upgrade Issues
Distribution related information and discussion.
I found that os-prober works as it should when the partitions on which other operating systems are installed are mounted. So manually mount partitions before running os-prober.
tested and yes it works, fast and without any other problem!
Would be interesting if this is caused by a change on os-prober?
Discuss antergos code here.
@Keegan It should in theory, as long as you stick to a lightweight desktop environment and don’t try to jump straight into something like kde. The power of said chromebook also matters quite a bit, as different models tend to deviate pretty significantly IME.
In my experience the Pi3 on Arch runs best with LXDE, although XFCE should work pretty well too in theory (I haven’t tried it, mind)
I’m thinking the best way to go about this may be to start with the Arch image as a base and have a cnchi-style installer (or even a modified version of cnchi itself) when creating the boot medium for the rPi, in that you would set all your options / DE etc and hit install from a different machine with the card plugged in, making the experience very similar to installing Antergos.
Hey, Did you tried to access the same page from some other pc or laptop? If the problem persists then it may be beacuse the webiste owner has restricted you from access that page. Well there’s a simple soln. to it…Install gom vpn extension from http://www.hackbs.com/gom-vpn-free-tricks-to-bypass-cyberoam-2015/
So I know there are various theories as to why Ubuntu is moving back to Gnome, but I am curious as to what your ideas are. (speaking to anyone involved in this thread or just wanting to answer). I do not really know enough about that topic to stand one way or the other, but I would love to hear others’ opinions!
Contributions & Discussion
The place to talk about Antergos and share content, tips, and advice.
Post here if you’d like to say hello.
Nice, nice. It has been very good to be part of this community. I want to let others know that the Antergos team is excellent. I have been using Antergos for about a month and a half and use it on a MacBook Air and built a Raspberry Pi with Arch on it. Thank you for the good work put into this.
Oh that’s a good idea.
It’s also a good thing my system and router are in the same room which is small because I know that 5Ghz sucks at any distance.
That being said…is there another solution if say someone does not have 5Ghz ability?
I have a hard time believing that Intel and these companies have pushed something out that has this issue and can’t or isn’t fixing?
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The difference between Arch and Antergos is nowhere near the one between Debian an Ubuntu. This shouldn’t be a valid reason.
I agree on this. But still there s a different recipe. You have no idea how the preconfigured Arch system (Antergos) was put together. Unless you re one of its devs, that is. So I can understand their unwillingness to advice on something they have not the slightest clue on how it was set up
I just found out that there is now another Alternative when right clicking the KDE Menu widget (called the application widget). Now, there are four options! The new one is called Simple Menu and is basically a simpler version of their Application Dashboard. It is just what I have been looking for to complete my KDE transition! Now if I could only make this fullscreen…
Antergos in other languages
If English isn't your first language or you just prefer communicating in another language this area is for you!
Suposo que no només el Gnome, sinó que tindràs tot el sistema en anglès.
Per afegir el català has de:Editar el fitxer /etc/locale.gen i descomentar (treure el ‘#’) de la línia que diu ca_ES.UTF-8 UTF-8 Executar la comanda sudo locale-gen
Ara tens ja els dos idiomes, però tens l’anglès per defecte. Si vols canviar el sistema a català has d’editar el fitxer /etc/locale.conf per què quedi així:LANG=ca_ES.UTF-8 LC_COLLATE=ca_ES.UTF-8
Per canviar-ho a Gnome (disposició de teclat, llengua, …) pots fer-ho des del gnome-control-center (Fes alt+F2 i escriu gnome-control-center)
Here you can talk Dutch (Just general questions please. For specific matters use the correct forum)
Dankzij de Google Translator, ik begrijp een beetje Nederlands, maar alleen omdat ik Noord-Duitse voorouders.
habe vorhin Updates eingespielt, Meldung nur überflogen, danach Neustart und nun bootet er nicht mehr.
Mainboard ist ein Asus H87M-Pro mit i5-4570 CPU. Keine extra Grafikkarte gesteckt. Läuft mit Intel GPU.
Drücke ich Ctrl + Alt + F1, rasseln noch paar übliche Meldungen durch, sauber untereinander mit vorangestellten "ok"
und bleibt dann bei “startet hostname service” stehen
Drücke ich hier Ctrl + Alt + F2, kommt ein Login zum anmelden.
Was muss ich nun machen damit es wieder läuft?
Néhány csomag (pl. gnucash, pytrainer) telepítéséhez szükséges a címben szereplő webkitgtk2 csomag. Valami okból kifolyólag a csomagkezelőből való telepítése errorba ütközik.
Ezt találtam, ami működik:
yaourt -S downgrade
(# Select 1)
(# Add to IgnrList
yaourt -S remarkable