• Error Antergos connect


    I installed antergos recently, all market well, except today or it has a style error “an error detected in the current theme that might interfere with the system login process” Connects who knows what it is and how to solve the problem?
    Thank you

  • @thermos , i is important to mention what Desktop Environment you use.
    To be more clear: Is it a message appearing in the logging screen giving 3 options?

  • I use the environnement desktop XFCE with the theme Flatabulous and yes he propose to me 3 options,
    But the 3 options makes me return to the login screen

  • I know of people solving it by changing the DM to something else. I have never used XFCE and I don t know (that is I wouldn t recommend anything based on simply having read it) what DM is recommended for XFCE.
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/xfce
    If you don t know the steps to switch, please, ask.

  • what is the DM?

  • @thermos said in Error Antergos connect:

    “an error detected in the current theme that might interfere with the system login process”

    I get the same notice sometimes and I am using Gnome with Lightlocker (the default DM. If you haven’t changed your login manager since installing Antergos (which is what a DM is, by the way), then this is probably what you’re using right now. However, if you press any of the three options, it doesn’t matter which one, then the problem disapears until you reboot. Nothing seems out of place and everything continues to work fine🙂. I believe the error notice stops popping up after a few updates or so, so it really isn’t a big deal at all.

    Hope this helps!

  • @thermos said /45741):

    what is the DM?

    Ooops, sorry. DM= Display Manager. Antergos uses lightDM, default Gnome is GDM, etc
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/display_manager

  • @anarch said in Error Antergos connect:

    DM= Display Manager.

    Apparently I leaned something here too🙂 I always thought it was just the login manager. The acronym “DE” makes much more since now😄

  • @A-User said in Error Antergos connect:

    However, if you press any of the three options, it doesn’t matter which one, then the problem disapears until you reboot. Nothing seems out of place and everything continues to work fine. I believe the error notice stops popping up after a few updates or so, so it really isn’t a big deal at all.

    This info is still accurate though…

  • Ok thank : ), If i understand, i must wait the update for fixed this error ?

  • I think so.

    Honestly though, I actually don’t know why it pops up or why it doesn’t. I just know that every now and again it will go through a phase of popping up every time you boot up, but after a few days, it disappears for a week or two. I’m assuming that this has to do with updating, but I’m not actually entirely sure😄

  • @A-User , But what is on xfce?

  • @thermos said in Error Antergos connect:

    But what is on xfce?

    I’m not sure I understand your question. However, I’m pretty sure it has to do with the DM itself and not the DE (Desktop Environment. aka. Gnome, KDE, XFCE, etc) since I am using Gnome and not XFCE and I still get the same error report as you do sometimes.

    Hope this helps!

  • ok and thank you

  • @thermos said in Error Antergos connect:

    ok and thank you

    I’m just glad I could help, friend🙂.

    I wish I could give you more information about why this happens, but I just don’t have any.

    At least your problem is solved though😀

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