Since the last 2 Updates I see the Following Message in pacman:
==> NOTE: MANUAL ACTION REQUIRED! <== ** The greeter's config file contains important changes. It has been saved as ** /etc/lightdm/lightdm-webkit2-greeter.conf.pacnew. You must either merge the ** changes into /etc/lightdm/lightdm-webkit2-greeter.conf ** or replace the latter with the former.
But I when I try to open the “/etc/lightdm/lightdm-webkit2-greeter.conf.pacnew” File, it is empty. Well, to be more precise. It does not exist.
This is how my current “/etc/lightdm/lightdm-webkit2-greeter.conf” File looks:
# # [greeter] # webkit-theme = Webkit theme to use. (Default: antergos) # debug_mode = Greeter theme debug mode. (Default: false) # screensaver-timeout = Blank the screen after this many seconds of inactivity. # [greeter] webkit-theme = antergos debug_mode = false screensaver-timeout = 300 # # [branding] # logo = Path to logo image for use by greeter themes. # user_image = Default user image/avatar. This is used by greeter themes for users that have no .face image. # background_images = Path to directory that contains background images for use by greeter themes. # [branding] logo = /usr/share/lightdm-webkit/themes/antergos/img/antergos.png user_image = /usr/share/lightdm-webkit/themes/antergos/img/antergos-logo-user.png background_images = /usr/share/antergos/wallpapers
And this is the command (running through Yakuake):
sudo kate /etc/lightdm/lightdm-webkit2-greeter.conf.pacnew /etc/lightdm/lightdm-webkit2-greeter.conf
The first time I got that Message and the File did not exist, I simply ignored it. Just thought it could be an Package Issue. But now I got that Message again. So I thought I would better ask.
I am still being a Linux “Noob”. But I am learning as I go. Can I ignore this? Is something else wrong?
My Desktop is latest KDE 5 / Plasma 5.6.2-1.
EDIT01: Sorry forgot to mention that I use SDDM and not LightDM.
P.S.: Very stable Distro! All the Bugs that are causing Kernel Panics under Manjaro (like my PCTV 340e Stick enabled during Boot-up Phase) are just slowing the whole System Down instead of crashing it. And: It was Phil (one of the Main Manjaro Devs) who pointed me to Antergos. At first, I did not want to try it because Gnome is just ugly IMHO ;) and there is no KDE5 Install Option in the official Installer upto today.
But then I tried again and I dont regret it yet :) Great work!
Greetings from Germany