This is a tiny issue, but I’d love to see the back of it.
Antergos comes with the beautiful Numix-Square icons by default, and I love them. However, after rebooting, the icons in the dash always revert to the default Adwaita icons. Everywhere else, the correct icon theme is displayed, but not in the Dash.
I’ve been “fixing” this issue by launching Tweak Tool on boot, switching the icon theme to something else, then switching it back to Numix-Square. This solves the problem, but it’s a little annoying to have to do this everytime I boot up.
Does anyone know of a way to stop this happening? Maybe a script which reapplies the icon theme after loading GNOME?
I’d really appreciate any help I can get to smooth over one of the few rough edges in this distro.
I’m new here, so please forgive/indulge my OCD :)
When I installed Antergos, I chose to use ZFS (because I’m a nerd, and running ZFS is awesome). For the most part, it runs great. But when I boot up, I always get a specific set of error messages relating to ZFS which I would appreciate being able to hide, or better yet, resolve, if possible.
These are the error messages:
ERROR: resume: no device specified for hibernation ash: 1: unknown operand cannot open 'antergos_0nu6': no such pool no pools available to import
I have since tried setting ZFS’ swap partition for hibernation (not that I ever use it - I just hate error messages) but now the first line reads:
ERROR: resume: hibernation device 'zd0' not found
I also tried silencing the boot process by following these instructions on the Arch Wiki, and adding the following to the kernel line in
quiet loglevel=0 rd.systemd.show_status=auto rd.udev.log-priority=0 vt.global_cursor_default=0
That silences everything except the four lines I actually want silenced.
I don’t have high hopes for being able to fix this extremely minor niggle, but if anyone can tell me how to either resolve the underlying issue, or at least hide these error messages I would be eternally grateful!