After a recent update, smb4k will start, but no gui.
Operating System: Antergos Linux
KDE Plasma Version: 5.14.5
Qt Version: 5.12.1
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.55.0
Kernel Version: 4.20.7-arch1-1-ARCH
OS Type: 64-bit
Processors: 4 × Intel® Core™ i7-6820HQ CPU @ 2.70GHz
Memory: 3.8 GiB of RAM
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VMware 3D graphics was the issue. Unchecking the option fixed the crash.
I looked further at the VMware documentation and discovered:
Accelerate 3D graphics
Select this setting if you run applications that use DirectX 9 or DirectX 10 accelerated graphics. Accelerated graphics capabilities apply to Windows XP or later guests on hosts running Windows or Linux.
The virtual machine must be a Workstation 6.x or later virtual machine and must have VMware Tools installed from Workstation 7.x or later.
So, checking the options provides not benefit for Linux guest.
Odd problem here folks. I am running a Windows 10 host, VMware Workstation 15.1 and Antergos KDE.
When mesa upgraded from 18.2.6-1 to 18.3.1-1, every time I run Chomium [Version 71.0.3578.98 (Official Build) Arch Linux (64-bit)] and attempt to login to Gmail, when I attempt my password, the entire VM crashes. This happens on Falkon [Application version 3.0.1 QtWebEngine version 5.12.0] as well. Any thoughts?
I’m going to stay with Mesa 18.2.6-1 for the moment.
I am running Antergos in a VM (VMware Workstation 12 Pro 12.5.2 build-4638234). I’m running Gnome-shell 3.22.3-1. When I try to run Filezilla by clicking the icon or from the command line, the VM freezes, can’t restart Gnome, and I have no choice but to power off/on the VM [yes, I have to follow Roy Trenneman’s advice from The IT Crowd].
What is weird is that this behavior will go away when Filezilla is updated and comes back again on a subsequent Filezilla update.
Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this issue?
@allanhansen I am having the same problem as you (missing Filezilla icon), but I have an additional twist. I am running Antergos in a VM (VMware Workstation 12 Pro 12.5.2 build-4638234). I’m running Gnome 3.22.1-1. When I try to run Filezilla from the command line, the VM freezes and I have no choice but to power off/on the VM [yes, I have to follow Roy Trenneman’s advice from The IT Crowd]. Any suggestions on how to troubleshoot this issue?