Just did the latest update (after backup) and something on it is breaking Cheese. I use it for viewing my CCTV camera & it was working fine but now it goes unresponsive at 1st then says no device found. Any idea which of these is the culprit?
Replace gtk3-print-backends with extra/gtk3? [Y/n] y
looking for conflicting packages…
Packages (42) cmake-3.10.0-2 efivar-32-1 expat-2.2.5-1 gawk-4.2.0-1
gtk3-print-backends-3.22.26-1 [removal] hwids-20171003-1
ldb-1.3.0-1 lib32-alsa-lib-1.1.5-1 lib32-libjpeg-turbo-1.5.2-2
libmicrohttpd-0.9.56-1 libreoffice-fresh-5.4.3-4 libuv-1.17.0-1
libwbclient-4.7.3-1 linux-lts-4.9.65-1 nvidia-387.34-5
nvidia-utils-387.34-1 pciutils-3.5.6-1 pipewire-0.1.7-1
qt5-svg-5.9.3-1 reflector-2017.11-1 reiserfsprogs-3.6.27-1
smbclient-4.7.3-1 telepathy-idle-0.2.0-2 tevent-1:0.9.34-1
usbutils-009-1 wine-2.22-1 wireless-regdb-2017.03.07-1
Total Download Size: 299.61 MiB
I am connected via USB so wonder if it is the usbutils?
Just to close this off, I tried everything I could find & clearly my back up with Nouveau from 3-4 weeks ago was somehow incompatible / in conflict with a fresh install of Nvidia (kernel?). I did a fresh install of Antergos & all is right with the world again. Nvidia works & so do my games.
I will mark this as solved but really it is just resolved.
I would be happy if I could make the fan run quiet (as it does using Nvidia) with Nouveau. I tried what Keegan suggested in the laptop post (I have a desktop) to install thinkfan, fancontrol-gui, and fancontrol-common. But there is no control of the fan that I could see. Just says fan 0rpm.