• System is unstable


    Hi there,

    I have made a fresh d-u today, and now I’m wondering, why my Skype and VLC-player are starting and closing theirselfs…

    I think one of upgraded packages is guilty, but which?

    Cheers
    freecaster

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Hi there,

    I have made a fresh d-u today, and now I’m wondering, why my Skype and VLC-player are starting and closing theirselfs…

    I think one of upgraded packages is guilty, but which?

    Cheers
    freecaster

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Is chromium working for you. I thought my issue was a permissions issue, but what you are reporting sounds similar to my issue with Chromium. I try to start it, and I hear disk activity, but it doesn’t start. Does this sound like your issue?

    [http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1799][0]">viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1799

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  • No, I have detected new problems, I can’t start lxterminal, Firefox or Chrome are closing like by ghost hand. Had never problems with dist-upgrades

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Probably all the same bug:

    [url:yg4vbjsx]http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1795[/url:yg4vbjsx]

    Cheers!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • @“Leaphorn”:1pd2fvnw said:

    Probably all the same bug:

    [url:1pd2fvnw]http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1795[/url:1pd2fvnw]

    Cheers![/quote:1pd2fvnw]

    Thank you, but I can’t start lxterminal, what’s other way of fixing?

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • can you still run pacmanxg? On the selected package it gives you the possibility to downgrade on right-click.

    If all fails, switch to the a tty console, e.g. ALT-CTRL-F2, login in and issue the downgrade command there. You get back to the windowed session with ALT-CTRL-F1 (or maybe a different Fx).

    Good luck!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • @“Leaphorn”:3mu7ewn0 said:

    can you still run pacmanxg? On the selected package it gives you the possibility to downgrade on right-click.

    If all fails, switch to the a tty console, e.g. ALT-CTRL-F2, login in and issue the downgrade command there. You get back to the windowed session with ALT-CTRL-F1 (or maybe a different Fx).

    Good luck![/quote:3mu7ewn0]

    Yes, pacmanxg worked for me! Have downgraded the broken package. Now everything works fine. But is the package [b:3mu7ewn0]libxcursor-1.1.14-2[/b:3mu7ewn0] still buggy, or fixed? I am little confused…

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Glad it worked out for you.

    The package 1.1.14-2 is and will stay buggy. You will need to wait for the next version (maybe/probably 1.1.14-3?

    Gute Nacht!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • Yep, libxcursor was the perpetraitor indeed. I’m leaving my thread open though since there was more I’d like imput on.

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