• An easy way to migrate Antergos (Openbox) from systemd to OpenRC


    Will do, @fernandomaroto! The strange thing is thouhg that it’s still working when I attempt to build my Deepin ISO. @karasu and I are both stumped on this one, so it may take a team effort:grinning:. Here’s a message @karasu sent me that may shed some light on this matter (or make it more confusing:smile:):


    libfm-gtk2 is only pulled by lxpanel or pcmanfm. And there are no packages that could pull lxpanel or pcmanfm… only if you have them installed (or are trying to install them in packages folder). The only one I see pulled is lxpanel-gtk3, so that’s fine.


    But neither of us have thought of the skel folder, so I’ll go check that one out!

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  • @fernandomaroto said in An easy way to migrate Antergos (Openbox) from systemd to OpenRC:

    Or check if you have one config in your skel folder (.config/libfm) if i’m not mistaken

    Turns out it’s not there at all:disappointed:. @karasu said that he can build it without a problem without the packages I added to my version to make it a rescue ISO. So my guess is it must be one of these packages that’s holding everything up:


    compton
    lxpanel-gtk3
    lxterminal-gtk3
    network-manager-applet
    nitrogen
    notify-osd
    openbox
    midori
    pamac
    obmenu
    antergos-openbox-setup
    gnome-disk-utility
    lxsession-gtk3
    clonezilla
    grsync
    testdisk
    fatsort
    gparted
    gpart
    haskell-safecopy
    ddrescue
    rmlint-shredder
    wipe
    extundelete
    ext4magic
    e2fsprogs
    grep
    lsof
    glsof
    ntfs-3g
    ddd
    dd_rescue
    hdparm
    odt2txt
    antiword
    pdfgrep
    isomd5sum
    aide
    osec
    clamtk
    rkhunter
    unhide
    foremost
    sleuthkit
    bleachbit
    brasero


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    i didn’t know i had all those stuff installed.
    As you can see i have no libfm-gtk3

    I’d recommend you try to build the iso without “lx’s” stuff like lxpanel-gtk3 lxterminal-gtk3 lxsession-gtk3

    or try to install lxpanel lxterminal lxsession and build the iso again for testing

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  • Thank you! I’ll go try that:grinning:.

    Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it

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  • It worked!!! However, not I keep getting this message near the end:

    Failed to enable unit, unit plymouth-start.service does not exist.
    [keegan@Linux minimal]$ 
    

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  • @Keegan plymouth is something relate to Antergos mkarchiso, in that case i can’t help you cause i use the Arch one.

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  • OK:grinning:. Thank you for all of your help with getting past that package conflict though! @karasu and I had been stumped for over a week:smile:.

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  • Hi,

    I would guess that there’s some package that you’re pulling that needs libfm-gtk2 or even worse, you already have that package installed. That’s why lxpanel works but lxpanel-gtk3 does not.

    About plymouth, we only use it in the live iso (as system takes longer to boot from usb/cd). To be honest, you can bypass that because is only aesthetic.

    Check in your build.sh for the systemctl enable plymouth-start.service line (or similar) and comment it.

    Cheers!

  • Check in your build.sh for the systemctl enable plymouth-start.service line (or similar) and comment it.

    Thank you! I’ll go do just that:grinning:.

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  • And the Rescue ISO is finally completed!!! Now I just need to get it uploaded for everyone:grinning:.

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  • and… it’s finally ready for use:grinning:. Find out more here.

    (click on “here” in last sentence for the link :)).

    Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it

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  • @Keegan downloading now…

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    AMD - A4 7300 Radeon graphics
    16 GB ram
    HD 1 TB
    Linux newbie since 06/2016

  • Just a warning: it’s not as fabulous as I had hoped for, but then again, it’s the first release! Some of the kinks will get worked out in the future. For now though, we must start somewhere or risk never starting at all.

    Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it

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