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I mistakenly used pacman -Rsn, causing many important system dependencies to be deleted. After one day of my tossing, I was able to enter the system. However, many of the software were missing and the dependencies were missing, but I didn’t know what was missing. I can’t choose to reinstall the system because of a lot of data and environment. Is there any way to synchronize my software directly with the native system without destroying my existing environment? It is the ability to directly compare the dependencies I have accidentally deleted, and then put it back. Thank you very much
after I did a reinstallation of the system of the ISO version 18.05, the system remains unfortunately after the log in the encrypted hard drive stand (see picture). In use, an NVIDIA GTX 260 is the driver version (see picture) is 340.106-2. Who has an idea how to get a GUI again?!
I have some problems with my vintage Hardware. It is an Acer Aspire One D270 netbook with 3 GB RAM and a Intel Atom N2600 CPU.
Antergos with XFCE-Desktop is working very well.
After an update last week the netbook freezes after the reboot. I was not sure if the empty battery has interrupted the update-process… No problem for me. So I reinstalled the system with a new partition-table and so one.
The Boot of the Live-Desktop via USB-Stick was not a problem, everything works fine.
After the installation the netbook is freezing again so that I was not able to change in another console (Ctrl + Alt + F2 e.g.).
The last bootmessage I can see was something like “GMA500 trying to get … vblank …”
It seems to be an issue with the graphics-adapter but what can I do?
By the way the non-graphical-installation works fine.
So lsusb shows that my camera is detected correctly, however skype and any other video capture program can’t detect the camera except for the audio for it. I booted under windows to make sure the camera was working, and it was so it seems something has gone afoul with my system.
Bus 003 Device 003: ID 046d:c537 Logitech, Inc.
Bus 003 Device 002: ID 046d:082d Logitech, Inc. HD Pro Webcam C920
Has anyone got some commands I can try running to help diagnose this issue, I have not debt with camera related problems before since it has always worked fine in the past (I switched from Manjaro to Antergos recently, hence the issue).