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- Jun 15 2017, 10:10 AM (122 w, 2 d)
May 10 2018
It's Dell's issue and they are on it https://www.dell.com/community/Linux-General/Dell-xps-13-9370-Webcam-support/td-p/6032049/page/10
Apr 27 2018
Same behavior for Dell XPS 13 9370 and my previous work machine Dell XPS 15 9560.
I second this as I recently installed Solus on my brand new Dell XPS 13 9370 and I didn't have wifi at all due to old linux-firmware shipped in the ISO. Upon updating everything my wifi worked correctly but it was a bit of a pain since no tethered connection was possible at the time of the installation
I am not the OP but I am having the same problem with Killer wifi, same happens even if I tether internet from my phone via USB
Apr 24 2018
Your edit wasn't there when I wrote my suggestion, sorry about that :D
Smth went south with snap update so just do
Apr 18 2018
Yea hence the correction, I saw the first link to kotlin lang and figured you missed the inclusion :) my mistake.
NVM, I thought you were looking for kotlin, not kotlin-native ?
Yea that worked! Message is gone.
Apr 16 2018
Mar 20 2018
I had to uninstall solus and switch to ubuntu due to this, I mentioned it this morning on IRC, nobody replied for the first 3 hours so I had to nuke Solus. Would be nice to get this fixed.
Mar 18 2018
Very much so. Only affects latest current kernel.
Mar 16 2018
A problem for me for example in Chrome when I download a file, right click on the filename in chrome window (that download toolbar underneath with downloaded files) and open in files, quite often I need to do so twice before it actually opens the window. Sometimes it works straight away.
Mar 12 2018
@sunnyflunk never ran yarn with sudo but reinstall fixed it. Odd but cheers.
Feb 20 2018
Duplicate of https://dev.solus-project.com/T5860
Feb 18 2018
Feb 16 2018
Feb 9 2018
Jan 8 2018
I think he means vscode @JoshStrobl since git is actually required for VSCode. I never had git missing on Solus box but when I installed VSCode on Windows machine the first thing that popped was "Install git for git integration to work" or smth like that.
Jan 2 2018
Running pure Budgie flavor, no non-default Window Managers or anything.
Running it on Dell XPS 15 9560 with Intel driver. (Nvidia off)
Dec 18 2017
@ikey any chance to make nvidia-drm.modeset work at all? With xorg 1.19 and latest Nvidia drivers enabling that + few other parameters get rid of the screen tearing when using always-on Nvidia graphics card.
Dec 10 2017
Any chance for an update? I currently have a spare Glaive Corsair mouse lying around but can't use it since ckb doesn't support it and building ckb-next from source gives me an error about libudev.h missing
Nov 16 2017
Freaking a yes!
Nov 9 2017
@JoshStrobl Good idea to mention that the snap you linked is not official. VSCode is still finalizing ownership transition.
Nov 3 2017
I am sorry for bringing up the financial support twice, that is childish of me. My main reasoning was to simply make an emphasis I try to support however I can, not to make it sound like someone owes me something. I am not forced to pay for Solus so I am supporting it purely because I want the project to be successful.
@DataDrake I want to personally thank you for a very rational response. I really liked it and appreciate the effort. I didn't want to list all the features requiring an update as many people have different opinions. For me, it would be mostly typescript integrations like function extraction, fixes to module imports etc but for some those are a non-feature.
VSCode will support snap most likely next release officially anyway in 1-2 month https://github.com/Microsoft/vscode/issues/5458
I don't understand the hostility to the situation either, but if you want to use the admin power to lower the priority sure. @JoshStrobl I guess, I try to support Solus financially and technically whenever possible but this attitude of yours just kills all the passion. It's your stance, you made it clear and I respect that but I don't see you doing the same.
@tristan957 I think it's perfectly valid for people to voice their opinions. While I understand your stand, please be respectful of the right to share an opinion and do not shut people down. If you are tired or annoyed by comments, simply do not reply. We are all using the same distro and want nothing but for it to be perfect.
Oct 31 2017
Sep 28 2017
No worries I am just as frustrated with them. I just wish someone would fine a suitable workaround in the meantime. Not my rules btw. I simply state my own opinion on the matter which is just as valid as yours, upstream issue is upstreams.
In my opinion it's just as crucial to provide latest software. I respect yours but you can just the whole world to bend around your rules. I believe user convenience should go first. I will of course keep running binaries but I might as well run everything from binaries.
It's pointless to ship severely outdated software, that's my main point. What's going to happen next time smth breaks for half a year? It's been 2 month now, we don't know when they are going to support npm 5, there seems to be no traction on the issue tracker.
I think for now you could ship .tar.gz instead of compiling from source. I understand you are seeking to build them from source on your build server but usability suffers. I've been manually downloading and replacing vscode and adding commands to path for the last few releases. Not a super hassle by any means but since the version in repos exist, might as well remove it entirely or update it to not supply outdated application.
Aug 25 2017
@ikey no success xD getting this now
It's a classic snap. When I tried to install atom via
sudo snap install atom
it complained that it needs
It's just to prevent comments why use Atom from snaps when Solus has it in repo. Main issue here is missing libkeyutils.so.1