Applications & Desktop Environments


Issues related to the GNOME desktop.
Some touchpad settings are missing in Gnome settings under xorg

you are welcome… i was remembering that someone have an similar issue and the problem was that both drivers was installed…

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Issues related to the KDE Plasma desktop.
Cannot add printer, need to be in the sys group

I have just installed a new KDE-based system and wanted to add a printer, but it gave me error “Failed to get a list of devices: Forbidden”. Cups is installed, I also tried entering the root password but I couldn’t add a printer.

Adding myself to the sys group finally solved the issue.

I was wondering if this is something other KDE users have experienced? Maybe something that needs to be fixed in cnchi, or something I may have caused myself?

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Issues related to the Cinnamon desktop.
System Language got changed after installing Ibus?

@0liyan said in System Language got changed after installing Ibus?:

sudo -Runs deepin

sudo pacman -Runs deepin

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Issues related to the MATE desktop.
Can't install MATE due to missing packages?
T

Thanks yes that did resolve it, seems I need to get MATE panel and its apps working however.

I wanted to reply sooner or edit my other posts but it kept giving me some error and insisted I wait 300s

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Issues related to the Xfce desktop.
A missing component in the Chrome/Chromium web browser

Just install chromium-widevine and your good to go with any major DRM streaming video sites like Netflix and your local tv networks.

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Issues related to the Openbox window manager.
Resolution reset from 1600x900 to awfully low upon every reboot
R

I keep having to set the resolution back to 1600x900 every time I boot the lappy, since a few updates ago. I know, I should be more specific and if needed I can paste my pacman.log somewhere (let me know where you prefer), but it happened roughly a month ago and I’ve been away for a while since.
Anyway, as I’m still highly unfamiliar with OpenBox, I have no idea where to look now, and searches naturally haven’t been very useful so far. Any idea why this started happening and where to look for a solution?
The resolution problem applies to both the login screen and the actual environment.

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Issues related to the LXQt desktop.
Issues related to the GNOME desktop.
Deepin wallpaper Blur Fix

@antechdesigns
Did a sample script, didn’t really test it much, so use it on your own risk! Be warned!

And didn’t quite understand what you meant by the comment after Reboot… I have no such file.

Heres the script:

#!/bin/bash IsThisOK() { local file="$1" local tmp="$2" local answer echo "" echo "Changes to file $file:" diff $file $tmp printf "\nPress Y to accept changes, or just ENTER to discard: " read answer case "$answer" in y|Y) mv -f $file $file.bak # make a backup mv -f $tmp $file ;; esac } Deepin_blur_fix() { local file1=/etc/mkinitcpio.conf local file3=/etc/default/grub local file local tmp=/tmp/tmp.tmp local tmp1=$tmp.1 local tmp3=$tmp.3 ### Step 1. file=$file1 tmp=$tmp1 if [ "$(grep "^MODULES=(" $file)" != "" ] ; then cat $file | sed 's|^MODULES=(\([^)]*\))$|MODULES=(\1 nvidia nvidia_modeset nvidia_uvm nvidia_drm)|' > $tmp elif [ "$(grep '^MODULES="' $file)" != "" ] ; then cat $file | sed 's|^MODULES="\([^"]*\)"$|MODULES=(\1 nvidia nvidia_modeset nvidia_uvm nvidia_drm)|' > $tmp fi IsThisOK $file $tmp ### Step 2. mkinitcpio -P ### Step 3. file=$file3 tmp=$tmp3 cat $file | sed 's|^GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="\([^"]*\)"|GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="\1 nvidia-drm.modeset=1"|' > $tmp IsThisOK $file $tmp ### Step 4. grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg ### Step 5. echo "Please reboot now!" } Deepin_blur_fix "[email protected]"

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