Antergos KDE + KDE Neon + Windows 10
Motherboard Asus P8H67-M LE - CPU: Intel Core™ i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz - RAM 10 Gb
Samsung EVO 250 Gb Ssd + WD HDD 2 Tb
I have a problem that is very close of the one in reference.
In fact, it’s my fault, I was doing a cleaning of my system that now can’t even boot.
This is my situation:
Thank you for helping.
@joekamprad both suggestions tried, the issue is still there.
Now to start cantata I start the app (it doesn’t open), kill the process, restart cantata, that this time is opened.
I wonder if it’s really a problem of the system, it’d be interesting to know what happens to other user with cantata installed.
I opened an issue on Cantata github.
I said that when I start the app, it doen’t open and that if I kill it and start from terminal, I receive the “Icon theme “cantata” not found” warning and cantata doesn’t open.
The dev told me to ignore this warning message (…not sure why it happens, but the icons are still found and used).
He added that this is not the reason cantata fails to start. He has no idea why it’s not starting and guessed must be an issue on my system.
Anyway he changed cantata so it’s no longer using own icon theme - so this warning will now not happen.
So far, the only way for me to start cantata is (a) kill the process and then (b) start the app by icon.
I hope it’s the old problem with qt dependence, so that with a simple update of it, cantata will be back with us ;)
sudo rm -f /usr/lib/libmozjs-52.so.0
I deleted as suggested and all is working flawlessly.
Love you all
After removing /usr/lib/libmozjs-52.so.0 and re-running an update check, oddly the system shows as updated. So the previous failed updates didn’t re-appear.
After a first reboot, I was greeted with a black wall and cursor.
For anyone who may experience similar, simply boot into a tty (ctrl/alt/f2) at that black screen, enter your username and password, and re-install your current kernel.
Since I’m using the linux-lts kernel, my command was
sudo pacman -Su linux-lts
This should help complete any previously failed update attempt. After reboot, you should be able to login as normal.
Omg, it’s scaring! :)
Just for this stupid file I should reinstall the kernel?
Since I’m not on LTS, plese, would you suggest my command in case of need?
I have on my KDE distro VLC 3.0.1 from repository (no git or aur package) and I can’t stream on my chromecast.
On another partition I have Kubuntu, where the same VLC works flawlessly.
On Antergos the render is always there, searching - but the voice looks light grey like is not really active - for hours and hours, but nothing happens.
Any help or idea?