• manuel

    An older Antergos VM did not have this issue.
    Maybe @developers have an idea?

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  • manuel

    I can confirm the issue. I just installed Antergos Xfce into a VM, and the same thing happens. So far I couldn’t get the VM working after the lock, even after putting it to task bar for a few minutes.

    EDIT: now the VM is usable again. So exactly as you described.

    Now I’m testing an older VM. Takes some time though.

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  • judd

    You could also, please, paste here your:

    cat /etc/fstab

    posted in Kernel & Hardware read more
  • manuel

    Could you show the output of command

    lsblk -fm

    after booting with the USB installer stick? No need to chroot for that.
    Then we’ll see what partitions you have.

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  • manuel

    Is your host OS also Antergos? Or Windows?

    I suspect the graphics driver, although there could be other reasons.
    What is the graphics card model?

    Have you installed packages virtualbox-guest-dkms and virtualbox-guest-utils into the VM?

    If you have Antergos as host, did you install packages virtualbox-host-dkms and virtualbox-ext-oracle (from AUR)?

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  • manuel

    I have libreoffice-fresh 6.2.0-3 and the the copy/paste from writer works OK.
    Using Xfce, not KDE.

    So before downgrading, it would be worthwhile to find the real reason for the copy problem.

    Downgrade is not a general solution to problems, often it just causes new issues. So downgrade only in special cases when you have no other option, and even then do it only temporarily before a real fix is available.

    There actually is a package call downgrade that you can install. It is very easy to use.

    posted in KDE read more
  • joekamprad


    -i, --login
    Run the shell specified by the target user's password database entry as a login shell. This means that login-specific resource files such as .profile, 
    .bash_profile or .login will be read by the shell. If a command is specified, it is passed to the shell for execution via the shell's -c option.
     If no command is specified, an interactive shell is executed. sudo attempts to change to that user's home directory before running the shell. 
    The command is run with an environment similar to the one a user would receive at log in. 
    Note that most shells behave differently when a command is specified as compared to an interactive session; consult the shell's manual for details. 
    The Command environment section in the sudoers(5) manual documents how the -i option affects the environment in which a command is run when the sudoers policy is in use.

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  • joekamprad

    this is how it is set up directly after a fresh i3-antergos install:
    Bildschirmfoto vom 2019-02-15 14-33-12.png

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  • fernandomaroto


    First try what @joekamprad said…

    Just in case, instead of switching to su you can use sudo. I know it sounds dumb, but i’ve never manager to use su directly in antergos iso, i don’y know how you did it…

    I also always use the normal terminal…

    • In the normal terminal you can use sudo su just fine.

    • if still doens’t work, then maybe bash is corrupted in your installed system, let’s hope not.

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