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    Aft a installed antergos i installt deepin but i cant find the control center

  • @fredbeer said in deepin:

    Aft a installed antergos i installt deepin but i cant find the control center

    Yeah. @Velkerk seems to be having the same issue ever since he installed some recent updates for it. To find out more, just check this thread.

    Basically, it appears to be a temporary mistake by the Deepin devs right now. Hopefully, the control center will re-appear shortly:grinning:.

    Hope this helps!

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  • @Keegan @karasu
    I guess you/we could check wich is the stablest deepin version, and make it available too, something similar to have the kernel and LTS kernel (thus having 2 deepin’s versions in the repo)
    so if someone updated deepin and it broken something can alternatively install the “stable version”. Although may be old, will work in emergencies.

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  • Good idea. I don’t really have control of the repos though (unless I’m mistaken. I still don’t know everything about this whole Moderator thing. I’m still figuring stuff out!), so if you could ask @karasu about it, that would be even better!

    Thanks!

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  • @fredbeer: It is wise to install another DE next to Deepin, like Gnome or KDE to fall back on. The problem wil be solved by time, but my experience with Deepin is that once everything is rolling, you can have a very good experience with it. Keep in mind that Deepin will have issues, especially after a big Deepin update.
    I’m not saying this to trash the DE, I use it myself, but Deepin is a relatively young DE and it’s in development.
    The other problem is that the chinese devs only take their own Debian based distro in account, when developing and bringing improvements.
    Most of the time there’s no problem when deepin runs on Arch, but it’s like walking on a thin line.
    We as Arch based users will have to deal with glitches and the occasional hickups now and then.
    On the other hand we have a larger repository to work with and the free choice to easily install another DE within the same system.

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  • I have allways a fluxbox installed aside… never broken and minimalistic!

    @Keegan As far as i know deepin is inside ARCHLINUX-Community-Repo, so no one here have control over it.

    As a moderator you got only a :hammer: , developers have the screwdrivers </> ;)

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  • @joekamprad said in deepin:

    As far as i know deepin is inside ARCHLINUX-Community-Repo, so no one here have control over it.

    Thanks! That makes sense:grinning:. So I guess that sadly provides an answer to your suggestion, @bpoerwo:disappointed:. The idea sounded like a great one to me though!

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  • At least it’s getting better:grinning:.

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