I am on testing repo and just installed the new kernel 4.15 linux and linux-zen both failing to boot. (I thing the reason was because of failing to start LightDM)
Also I have noticed nvidia 390.25-1 but cant update because it cant find nvidia-utils 390.25-1
I got panicked a bit but fortunately I had an LTS kernel installed and boot from there.
Hopefully we will get some updates soon on testing…
Well I was a bit mad about this and I bought a Synology DS 718+.
Actually the main reason is that I had a 1000w desktop PC running these apps and it was not efficient so I bought a Synology NAS(DS 718+) that supports docker and installed everything there + some more things I wanted to do.
Thanks for your reply
As the title says KDE Connect stopped working with the latest updates.
Phone cant find pc and pc cant find phone , I have tried removing everything reinstall again nothing.
I have even installed KDE Connect(git) from AUR but the same thing.
I dont have a firewall or something so it should be working unless something is wrong with Antergos.
I have an old Laptop with Manjaro (I dont even update it ) and it seems that is working with my smartphone.
The weird thing is that Laptop can detect PC and PC can detect Laptop when I go to KDE Connect settings to pair devices.
However only the Laptop detects my phone and phone detects Laptop but nothing on PC.
So anyone knows how can I make this work again? or shall I wait for future KDE updates?
Thanks in advance for any tips
I want to run at boot
systemctl start sabnzbd.service
ExecStart=/usr/bin/python2 /opt/sabnzbd/SABnzbd.py -d
I have tried many things around the web but unfortunately nothing is working.
Before I could do it with rc.local as a service but now is not working.
I dont know what I am doing wrong or maybe something changed with systemd?
if someone could guide me step by step or at least give me some tips would be much appreciated.
So I am trying to install Antergos with f2fs Fileformat in 2 disks 512GB each.
one disk f2fs as /root
(I dont understand why is a MUST to format the root disk again as I already format it with the settings I want)
and other f2fs as /home
but when it starts the installation during the login credentials chinchi is crashing and the installation stops!
With EXT4 the installation works fine
Also with 3x monitors Gnome cannot log me in, it can log me with 2x Monitors
I was reading some forum posts around the net people saying that root doesnt need a lot of space and even a usb disk is enough for it etc.
So far I was not paying attention to this and I had an old evo SSD as root and with my fast nvme disks I have created a stripe raid disk partition 1TB as home.
After a while noticed that I ended up with a 70GB root partition and all my applications are installed and running from root partition.
( all applications are installed and running from folder /usr/ which located in root partition.)
Well I am confused a bit and I dont know if I am missing something or is actually good to have root in a fast disk?( any suggestions will be much appreciated)
(I guess I have to format everything again and add root partition to a fast hard disk so as the applications installed will launch faster.)