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  • karasu

    Hi all,

    It’s not a bug but a temporary removal, because we wanted to fix zfs installation. If you install spl and zfs modules sometimes dkms hooks are run in incorrect order, so dkms tries to build/install zfs BEFORE spl. That means that zfs building fails and if you reboot… puf! no zfs and no root system.

    I think we managed to write a workaround that instructs dkms to first build spl and then build zfs… so it should work now.

    We disabled the option meanwhile we were modifying Cnchi, to stop bug reports about zfs… and people pissed off because their system didn’t boot after installation when using zfs.

    We need to do some more tests before activating that option, sorry.

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  • karasu

    No uso KDE… pero has probado instalar el user manager?
    sudo pacman -S user-manager

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  • karasu

    Hi!

    That is required to flush old logs. You can disable it, but what I’d recommend you is change the vacuum time:

    sudo journalctl --vacuum-time=5d

    will delete all logs but retain the last 5 days logs. This way your system never will be sluggish because of the big sized logs.

    You’ll notice that a lot of space is freed.

    Tell us if it helps.

    Oh, you can also setup the the journald, the config file /etc/systemd/journald.conf has some configuration fields:

    #SystemMaxUse=
    #SystemKeepFree=
    #SystemMaxFileSize=

    Check man journald.conf for more info.

    Cheers!

    P.S. Which filesystem are you using?

    P.S.2 More info: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/139513/how-to-clear-journalctl

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  • karasu

    Hi,

    You should run either compton & or compton -b but not compton -b &

    By the way, I always use compton -cCfb and works fine here.

    Cheers!

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  • karasu

    OK instalaré antergos nuevamente

    Fantástico ;)

    solo que dime si hago las particiones primero con windows no debe haber problemas

    Ninguno. Siempre y cuando luego con el instalador le digas qué particiones quieres usar correctamente, claro.

    y instalo la boot/efi en sda1 y debe haberse corregido el problema cierto?

    Sí, está claro que tu /boot/efi está en /dev/sda1

    Ah y otra cosa y sino me funciona q hago?

    Pues volver por aquí y preguntar, que para eso estamos.

    Saludos!

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  • karasu

    Ah, entiendo.

    Bueno, pues lo que te dije… que tu sda1 es tu partición efi. No era necesario crear otra (de hecho no sirve).

    Has probado volver a instalar? Tal y como te dije debes seleccionar sda1 como tu partición efi (y sobretodo no la marques para formatear!).

    Saludos!

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  • karasu

    I might be wrong, but imho this should be created by the package, not the installer.

    Anyway, I’ll modify Cnchi asap to create that user and group.

    Thanks!

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  • karasu

    Why i can not mark as solved here?

    No idea. Did it myself.

    I’ll check this out in case some modification has to be done to Cnchi. Thanks!

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  • karasu

    So what can we do to solve this? Create a non IRC group in telegram?
    I would not want to see #antergos broken in two different places…

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  • karasu

    Thanks @just

    I’ll do some research about ^64bit implications and decide later.

    Thanks!

    EDIT: It seems that this option limits ext4 to 16 TiB

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