Whats the status of snapd aufter reboot ?
Aug 19 2019
Jul 12 2019
May 10 2019
Ok i had the flatpak as a backup option if things screw up.
Mar 31 2019
Nov 27 2018
You can always check
systemctl status libvirtd
Nov 7 2018
Nov 5 2018
/* * Code to deal with the system timezone on all distros. * There's no dependency on the SystemTimezone GObject here. * * Here's what we know: * * + /etc/localtime contains the binary data of the timezone. * It can be a symlink to the actual data file, a hard link to the data * file, or just a copy. So we can determine the timezone with this * (reading the symlink, comparing inodes, or comparing content). * * + However, most distributions also have the timezone setting * configured somewhere else. This might be better to read it from there. * * Debian/Ubuntu/Gentoo (new): content of /etc/timezone * Fedora/Mandriva: the ZONE key in /etc/sysconfig/clock * openSUSE: the TIMEZONE key in /etc/sysconfig/clock * Solaris/OpenSolaris: the TZ key in /etc/TIMEZONE * Arch Linux: the TIMEZONE key in /etc/rc.conf * Gentoo (old): the ZONE key in /etc/conf.d/clock * * FIXME: reading the system-tools-backends, it seems there's this too: * Solaris: the TZ key in /etc/default/init * /etc/TIMEZONE seems to be a link to /etc/default/init * * First, some functions to handle those system config files. * */
From my understanding there has to be #define ETC_TIMEZONE "/etc/timezone"
From a quick look at the mate source code the following files are used for the settings:
Well at least i can reproduce this error on my end with the mate edition on my laptop and on vm. Its not a deal breaker but for people who travel a lot it might be annoying.
Nov 4 2018
Fixed the problem with :
Nov 3 2018
This is still an issue. Done a fresh MATE installation a few days ago. No iam sitting in Helsinki airport an cannot change my timezone (error when trying to change settings).
In my /etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf where no entries for ntp servers. So i added a few manually and commented every line in. Now ntp sync semms to be working but i cannot change the timezone.
Nov 1 2018
Thx works like a charm
Oct 12 2018
Problem persists. Installed Budgie 64 bit with one of the new isos:
Oct 8 2018
Sep 23 2018
Dont get me wrong. At the moment iam missing nothing and my first post was just a suggestion when the 3.x branch gets an lts release.
Ok, then maybe stay on version 3.x when it becomes lts would be an option ?
When 3.x has an lts version of course
Yes because 3.x was a huge step from 2.x and that was good. It is only a suggestion because in large science projects we like to use software that does not change every x month. Maybe solus could offer the lts and the current version ?
Sep 22 2018
Nov 17 2017
For me it would be the plugin for the gt f670 (V200 in Europe).
Nov 5 2017
From my perspective it would be better to use the libreoffice-common-dictionaries package. I often change languages in different documents so it would be more practical to have the "common" ones installed.
Nov 3 2017
Well for me virtualbox was always shaky on changing kernels so i have switched to qemu. But is there a chance to go the dkms route for the vbox users ?
And if there is a urgent reason for this just spin up a vm in virt-manager. Takes a few minutes but solves your problem asap
Oct 31 2017
If you need some testing done give me a call
Oct 11 2017
Try to disable the "advanced features" for the trackpad in the bios. This should fix your problem.
Sep 25 2017
I tried both ways and the printer was added correctly