After upgrading Gnome to 3.32, super key has stopped to work.
Here is what I’ve tried:
- changing layouts
- resetting Gnome completely
- change settings in Alt/Win key behavior via Gnome Tweaks
When I tried to bind Win/Super key via Gnome Control Center to some Shortcut, it showed me I pressed play/pause button.
Laptop: Nitro AN515-42
Any ideas what might cause this issue?
EDIT: Something mysteriously switched it off (have no idea what) and I had to turn it on via Windows app for my laptop. Occurred exactly on the day when I upgraded gnome to version 3.32, therefore I thought it was due to that (maybe it was, who knows).
Since GNOME 3.18.0 I am unable to launch DE (other “ttys” work). Only cursor is available and small white dot is appearing in the left of top corner.
I am on linux-lts and I am using catalyst drivers from vi0l0 repo (gpu: r9 380).
Is that just error which came with 3.18.0, incompatibile drivers ? Did anyone notice this ?
Many thanks for help.
Same here (cnchi 0.10.7), but I tried to find where is the problem, it is in one of cnchi scripts (probably) advanced.py located in /usr/share/cnchi/cnchi/installation/. With my amateur knowledges, I have replaced all words “fat” with fat32 and it is installing without this error at the moment (kde4, gummiboot, ext4 root partition and ext4 home partition ), I will let you know if it works (sorry for my english).
Worked, but another error appeared which is few posts above (not permissions to write to /install/sys/firmware/efi/efivars).