@joekamprad Thanks for the suggestion, but I tried that and it still doesn’t duplex. I fired up a Xubuntu VM and it works there so there might be a Chromium version thing going on here. The version in the VM is “64.0.3282.167 (Official Build) Built on Ubuntu, running on Ubuntu 16.04 (64-bit)”.
I’ll try a Chromium forum somewhere since I don’t think this is necessarily Antergos related but a Chrome issue. I’ll post what I find.
Here’s my second issue as a new Antergos user.
When I issue this command:
sudo journalctl -p 3 -xb
I see these two errors logged:
kernel: CIFS VFS: ioctl error in smb2_get_dfs_refer rc=-5 CIFS VFS: Free previous auth_key.response = blahblahblah
I Googled around a bit and saw some references to a kernel patch for the auth_key error. I’m at a later kernal than what was referenced in the patch yet still get these messages.
I’ve had problems with SMB shares a bit with the ones I have setup in fstab - mostly performance. Accessing through gvfs seems faster and doesn’t seem to generate errors/warnings.
I have SMBv1 disabled and have specified SMBv3 in my fstab.
Any ideas on those messages for CIFS? Is something wrong or can they be safely ignored?
New to Antergos coming from Xubuntu. So far so good except for a few hiccups.
I’m using Antergos with the LTS kernel 4.14.28-1-lts and Chromium Version 65.0.3325.181 (Developer Build) (64-bit). I setup a Lexmark CX510 color printer using the Print Settings applet.
I can’t seem to get Chromium to print in duplex. Firefox seems fine as does Document Viewer when printing the Chrome web page that was saved as a PDF. I’m pretty sure it’s isolated to Chromium. I also gave Google Chrome from the AUR a shot with the same results.