Used to occasionally check for orphaned packages and remove them to keep system clean.
Have another issue after installing a NVIDIA driver. Will probably reinstall once have some time and solve both of these issues in what is probably the most efficient way possible.
sudo pacman -Qdt
Results in a long list of orphaned packages including but not limited to gnome-calculator and gnome-disk-utility.
Many of these packages were explicitly installed. How can these packages be removed from the orphan list? Tried reinstalling. Did not resolve. May try uninstalling before reinstalling lacking a better suggestion.
Just installed NVIDIA GeForce 310M with nvidia-installer.
Whenever lock the screen on XFCE the screen goes black (using gnome-screensaver) and cannot do anything without control, alt, F2, logging in via the command line and restarting the computer
Would like to revert back to the nouveau driver.
So far ran
sudo nvidia-installer -n
sudo pacman -Rnssu nvidia-installer
but booted into a black screen with a blinking cursor.
Tried replacing the content of "“/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/” with the original content. This did not resolve.
Had to use control, alt, F2 and
sudo pacman -S nvidia-installer
to get back into the computer.
antergos-17.9-x86_64.iso file will have a different checksum than antergos-17.9-x86_64.iso.sig since they are different files.
Here is the md5 checksum of antergos-minimal-17.9-x86_64.iso
Here is the sha512 checksum of antergos-minimal-17.9-x86_64.iso
This is the mimimal iso checksum so it’s different than what you downloaded but if you download the minimal iso and it matches with the above its okay.
Tried OpenSuse and love the logo, mascot, theme, and colors more than any other Linux distribution but a few issues. First it uses KDE by default which isn’t that big of a deal. Biggest deal is that it forces a root account to be used by default instead of using sudo for main user and the main user after install is not added to sudo group.
This probably doesn’t answer your question but since no one had said anything.
Usually just check the sha512 checksum and if this lines up trust an ISO. Am making an assumption that the message above saying the key is not signed by a trusted signature is a similar situation to an SSL certificate not being signed by a so called trusted authority.
Just for sake of clarification have been running Antergos XFCE on two machine for a few weeks and have never had a freeze, nor have ever experienced a freeze on any Linux distribution. That being said have never really used KDE.
Point being KDE seems to be more prone to things like this than XFCE, LXDE, LXQT, Gnome, or most other desktops.
Majaro KDE probably works because they are holding back or edited a problematic new KDE package.