- User Since
- Oct 11 2016, 2:33 AM (210 w, 4 d)
Jul 30 2020
Hello, I believe I am also seeing the same issue with this.
Jul 31 2018
Hello! I'm late to replying, but I don't use that PCI-E card (and driver) anymore - I also changed the router out since then and reinstalled Solus fresh on my computer. However, I'm still having odd issues where the operating system crashes sometimes when connecting to an access point. It's a different card now, though, so I suppose I can make a new issue for it.
Feb 18 2018
So I ran into this same error again:
Jan 13 2018
Jan 3 2018
Jan 1 2018
Not sure if any of the previous Broadcom driver updates were supposed to fix this, but I'm still having this issue as of 1/1/18.
Dec 27 2017
Dec 16 2017
Nov 29 2017
Got the same issue after making the directory using that command.
Got another error on trying to compile a Nim program that requires Nimgame2:
Nov 26 2017
Hey, tried reinstalling Solus again - still having the same issue, but very rarely (so far, anyway). If you need any logs or anything, let me know.
Oct 10 2017
Another update. After reinstalling Solus, I didn't have the issue until I defined a static IP for accessing a wireless point. That froze Solus, to the point where even booting was impossible, as it kept establishing a static IP connection to the access point. Eventually I was able to get it to boot when it (for whatever reason) connected to another access point.
Oct 2 2017
Small update - I installed Solus fresh using the latest ISO on a brand new hard drive, and am still having this issue.
Sep 30 2017
Not sure if I had this particular issue, or if these things are related, but I was NOT connecting to any of my Wi-fi access points using the Broadcom wireless driver, either. I have an AC1300 / Archer T6E Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter (branded TP-Link). I had to install the wireless drivers using DoFlicky, update my computer fully, and then install the proprietary Nvidia binary blob for my GPU (a GeForce GTX 660). I tried restarting and re-installing the wireless driver first, as well - I'm pretty sure it was only after installing the Nvidia binary driver that the wireless driver properly connected to my wi-fi access points. After that, it finally was able to connect easily.
Sep 14 2017
Sep 10 2017
A computer is a device. You could then argue if we used words like "computer" or "desktop" people would say, well, mines a laptop, or a tablet. "Device" is an encapsulating term.
Sep 9 2017
In what instance would your computer not be your device, seeing as you're installing drivers for your computer and on your computer?
Sep 8 2017
Sep 7 2017
Aug 31 2017
I'm sure whoever ends up packaging this would check out the latest release, but just in case, the latest release as of today is 0.23.1.
Whoops, I forgot to check to see if there was already a task for GDevelop. Thanks for the merge.
Aug 30 2017
Jun 22 2017
Yo, I'm not certain if this is the same issue, but I'm having trouble with Opera detecting my install of Flash (not a custom install; just the one that Solus ships with). Other browsers seem to run Flash fine, but not Opera - http://isflashinstalled.com shows "Nope!"
May 3 2017
Cool! How do we test?
Apr 22 2017
Apr 20 2017
Apr 7 2017
Yo, sup. The 1.4.0 build should work, but crashes on start-up with an error for me:
Mar 7 2017
Feb 24 2017
Yo, sorry for the late reply. Yeah, that fixed it. Thanks!
Feb 4 2017
Ah, whoops, didn't think to look at the theme I was using.
Jan 31 2017
Jan 22 2017
Yep, that solved it. Thanks!
Ah, installing libjpeg-turbo6 (not the 32-bit one) resolves it. Thanks for the tip.
Nov 29 2016
I have system.devel installed local so never would have seen this.
Nov 26 2016
Ah, whoops. Forgot to search to see if that request had already been made. Thanks!
Nov 23 2016
Hmm, well, I suppose I don't really mind, but I kind of need some kind of joystick testing application, and I don't know of any alternatives to jstest-gtk. Are you sure that the age of the last release prohibits its inclusion?
Nov 22 2016
OK, the next error that I'm finding is that it says, uinput kernel module not loaded. Maybe this is similarly tied to bugs regarding Steam Controller not working / not working in gamepad mode for Steam?
Ah, thanks for the info. Restarting the OS fixed the issue (of course). Relogging might have also been an option.
No prob. Thanks!
Yep, that works. I guess that needs to be added as a dependency - thanks!
Nah, that didn't work - it didn't detect my controller, either.
Nov 21 2016
Hey, not sure, but this might be related to https://dev.solus-project.com/T1272.
Nov 18 2016
Nov 1 2016
To add to DataDrake's comment, it seems like on the cdrtools home Sourceforge project page, there's builds of old versions as well as slightly newer alpha sources that might be fine for usage with Brasero / other CD writing programs.
Oct 31 2016
Oct 29 2016
Oct 27 2016
Oct 25 2016
Yes, I tested, and that did resolve the issue for me as well. Thanks for your help, @Espionage724! I'll close it now.
Just happened to catch a post on Reddit mentioning a steam-devices package in Ubuntu specifically for udev rules.
Oct 24 2016
Cool, great to hear! It'll be cool to see it in the software center (if it ends up there, anyway).
Oct 22 2016
Oct 15 2016
I also ran into this issue.
Oct 14 2016
Oct 11 2016
Whoa, whoops! Thought I searched for it and didn't find it - my mistake! Thanks.