antergos-2015.04.12-x86_64.iso starts with cnchi 0.7.303. once wifi is connected, notifications about updating cnchi are starting to pop up, the default cnchi closes, pops up the final notification about successfull cnchi update, cnchi re-opens… at the same version 0.7.303.
pacman shows that cnchi 0.8.5-x is available in repos, but it can’t be installed - many cnchi-related modules are reported as already existing in filesystem, so pacman refuses to upgrade cnchi. at the same time, about 10 other packages may be - and are - upgraded successfully.
using cnchi 0.7.303 ends up in Antergos Installer - Error “Can’t create download package list. Check log output for details”. but there’s nothing related to this problem among all files in /var/log.
this happens starting from the testing iso of 2015-04-08, then repeats with the builds of -10, -11, and with the most recent one, 2015-04-12.
i’m sorry for not having a better feedback. this is not a help request, it’s merely JFYI.
When Arch started to migrate to Plasma 5 apps, a month or two ago, the konsole has disappeared from terminal panel in Dolphin. The embedded terminal panel is opened in Dolphin with F4. The panel opens, but it’s empty - there’s no Konsole in it. Dolphin’s shortcut for “Open external Konsole here” Shift+F4 works normally. It opens an external Konsole window for the current Dolphin’s dir.
Is it possible to get the embedded Dolphin’s terminal back somehow?
Sorry if this problem was already solved/answered earlier, i simply can’t work / find anything in the awful new, “modernized” forum.
i don’t have computers below i5. on i5 with 4G ram kde literally flies. in last year or two kde has made huge steps ahead in terms of speed, smoothness, stability. i know many people with far weaker boxes than i5, and all of them are very satisfied with modern kde. it runs equally well and fast in any distro now. then, this is arch, the fastest distro on earth
i’d say that if you have a spare partition, it definitely worth’s a try. you won’t be disappointed.
i’m a new forum’s member and a new antergos’ user (sorry for missed self-into), so probably the strange thing i encounter with the installer has been reported earlier. though searching the forum for it returns nothing.
for some reason the installer, generating fstab, doesn’t include the entries for swap partitions in it. the computer has two separate internal physical hard disks. each disk has one swap partition on it, for a total of two. during installation, both disks and both swaps are detected by the installer and are present in the list of partitions. nevertheless, neither of them is included in the final fstab.
it was happened with [antergos-2014.08.07-x86_64.iso[/url:1xacpkle] release earlier, it happens with [antergos-2014.11.28-x86_64.iso[/url:1xacpkle] (testing) now. not including swaps in fstab looks a bit strange for me, that’s why i’m writing this. am i missing something?
this is the example of fstab, generated today by the [antergos-2014.11.28-x86_64.iso[/url:1xacpkle], and edited by hand later. the initial part, completely commented out, was generated by the installer. the final, working part was added by hand. it includes the entries for /dev/sda3 and /dev/sdb3, which are both swap partitions.
\#--original, generated by installer \#--UUID=f6703398-5373-4f2d-8ade-a97d858d8556 /1st ext4 rw,defaults,noatime,discard 0 0 \#--UUID=98d07b46-7160-4bd0-99c7-63fa25f82f0e /2nd ext4 rw,defaults,noatime,discard 0 0 \#--UUID=888b117d-e3a8-4822-a441-b65697d61873 / ext4 rw,defaults,noatime,discard 0 1 \#--tmpfs /tmp tmpfs defaults,noatime,mode=1777 0 0 \#-- \#--added by hand /dev/sdb6 / ext4 rw,defaults,noatime,discard 0 1 /dev/sda16 /1st ext4 rw,defaults,noatime,discard 0 2 /dev/sdb16 /2nd ext4 rw,defaults,noatime,discard 0 2 /dev/sda3 none swap defaults 0 0 /dev/sdb3 none swap defaults 0 0 tmpfs /tmp tmpfs defaults,noatime,mode=1777 0 0 \#--