it’s time to step in and have my say.
Antergos made me quit distrohopping and having all my computers running Antergos.
I just can’t put in words exactly what Antergos has, but it felt right.
now the announcement got me by surprise. the blessing and the curse of open source, one distro dies, one distro is born.
to devs, a big ThankYou, you won my deepest respect offering Antergos.
Too late, too little for regrets.
lesson learned, donate more money and involve much more in helping others to keep a distro going.
I am new here, but I am willing to help. Translate, donate is the first things that come to mind.
As the continuity of the project, I want to enroll.
Name suggestion: still, haven’t found a suitable name
Stumbled upon minor but annoying issues. Tried to install Lutris by the terminal and using pamac GUI, same error.
Error: cabextract: the trust level of the «Alad Wenter [email protected]» signature is unknown
Does anyone found the same error, or solved the cabextract package issues?
Sistema operativo: Antergos Linux Versión de KDE Plasma: 5.15.5 Versión de KDE Frameworks: 5.57.0 Versión de Qt: 5.12.3 Versión del kernel: 5.0.13-arch1-1-ARCH Tipo de OS: 64 bits Procesadores: 4 × Intel® Core™ i5-6600K CPU @ 3.50GHz Memoria: 15,6 GiB de RAM
First, I want to thank the Antergos team for their work, Antergos is my daily driver for 2 years now, outstanding for such a small team to accomplish this level of execution. Kudos!
I am using KDE on my Lenovo X230.
Now, I started using OpenVPN for my computer and I establish a connection a connection importing a .ovpn file.
Within the Network Manager I imported the file and created the new connection; however, when I click on it, nothing happens, just nothing.
Checked the correct and corresponding parameters from the .ovpn file with the ones from the Network Manager GUI but to no avail.
I did the same in the Mate desktop, Gnome, Cinnamon, worked from GUI.
I think it has something to do with the KDE desktop.
What puzzles me is the fact that I start the VPN connection in the terminal and it just works.
Suffice to say that I want to start the VPN connection from the desktop, without CLI.
Well, if someone could point me in the right direction