Ah okay, maybe xfce is on F7, I’ve use KDE almost exclusively and on multiple distros and the desktop is on F1 for all of them.
Anyways good that the issue has gone away.
However since you don’t know why, it is possible that there is an existing race condition, so it could comeback.
That said, shrug is the right approach at this moment :-)
pacman -Sii lib32-libstdc++5
You will get whole bunch of info, the list in
Required bywill tell you which packages require lib32-libstdc++5
I do not have lib32-libstdc++5 installed, however I can do the same for libstdc++5,
and can see that it is required by
Though curiously on my box, neither iscan or onlyoffice is installed
[[email protected] ~]$ pacman -Sii libstdc++5 Repository : extra Name : libstdc++5 Version : 3.3.6-6 Description : GNU Standard C++ library version 3 Architecture : x86_64 URL : http://gcc.gnu.org Licenses : GPL LGPL Groups : None Provides : None Depends On : gcc-libs Optional Deps : None Required By : iscan onlyoffice Optional For : None Conflicts With : None Replaces : None Download Size : 179.74 KiB Installed Size : 825.00 KiB Packager : Christian Hesse <[email protected]> Build Date : Fri 14 Sep 2018 00:03:16 BST MD5 Sum : 70c184202a1420c47a1ed513fa7c1b45 SHA-256 Sum : 40f0c9f4d877ceac23324a2d93aed7bb02daeea2d7a7cff07bf2f2df66443daa Signatures : A6234074498E9CEE
If removing means deleting .config and .local folders then be aware that you will lose application context and history.
journalctl -bshould show where things are going wrong.
There are multiple ways to post logs to the forum, but https://forum.antergos.com/topic/10586/eat-logs is probably the easiest.
#/usr/bin/env <executable>is the portable way of defining the interpreter to use for scripts. I use portable in the sense that
executableis more likely to be found on a wider variety of systems.
This was certainly an issue that I encountered in the past, because the location of executables were not the same in all Linux distros or BSDs and I often use this way to specify bash or python in my script files.
Not sure how much of an issue this is today.
The primary purpose of
envis to run commands in a modified environment see man or info pages for more details.
Sorry I haven’t used encrypted partitions or systemd-boot ever, so don’t know for sure.
Maybe someone more knowledgeable can chip in? :-)
Since properties shows that the mount point is the same, I would expect that there is a single line in /etc/fstab for mount point /, but have a look at that file anyways.
The orange lock icon probably indicates that ANTERGOS_ROOT is mounted read-only.
@alfamies97 If you right-click on the devices entries, then select properties, you can see amongst other things, File System, Mounted On, and Mounted From.
For the record my installation doesn’t show anything like what you see.
Could one of those antergos roots be from an antergos USB stick which is still plugged in?
@Jos First try verifying the database
if all is well you should get
No database errors have been found!
If not you will see a list of packages.
Try reinstalling each package with
pacman -S <packagename> --overwrite glob
See man page for pacman
You may already be familiar with man pages, but if not…
in a terminal you type
Another approach used by some others is to remove the files listed as a result of
pacman -S <packagename> --overwrite
My personal preference is to tweak the values of glob till it works.
Its probably worth posting the output of
pacman -Dkto this forum thread.
@freefreeno hey, no need to slag off the Arch guys, they are doing a splendid job, that is why me and you can have a distro like Antergos.
Whatever their philosophy or thinking they are not actively harming anyone.
I’d argue that they are doing a lot of good.
The fact that me and you find Arch difficult to install and use does not mean they are stupid or bad in any way.
Just that their way is different.
Since you are using KDE, install KDE Partition Manager and use it to set up the mount points for the NTFS partitions.
If you were having problems mount NTFS partitions then the issue I’ve encountered more often than not with Windows 8 is the error “The disk contains an unclean file system”
This can usually be solved by logging into windoze and typing
Another option (if acceptable for your use case) is mount NTFS partitions as readonly, but this is not something I’ve tried myself.