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- Jan 4 2018, 10:00 AM (171 w, 5 d)
Sorry, I only added it to my previous comment at the bottom, but GNOME Mahjongg works correctly (played two games without any issues).
Sun, Apr 18
@JoshStrobl So I did a eopkg it --reinstall budgie-desktop and restarted. While I had to re-add most of my applets, everything works fine now. Guess there might have been some leftover from when I built my own Budgie for desktop. Sorry for the confusion!
Budgie: After the update I noticed that some of my applets were gone. I tried to open Budgie Desktop Settings, which restarted the panel. Trying to open it again showed the "Oh no, something went wrong!" screen and forced me to log out.
I get these messages when trying to open Budgie Desktop Settings:
Sat, Apr 17
Fri, Apr 16
Restructure descriptions again
@JoshStrobl Just came home, updated and rebooted, and the problem is indeed gone.
Thu, Apr 15
Update to 3.5.2
Wed, Apr 14
Can you upload an Xorg log aswell from when it´s failing e.g. /var/log/Xorg.0.log(.old)
also from yesterday: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/VzgWPxphZj/
Tue, Apr 13
Update to 0.10.3
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Thu, Apr 1
@stalebrim Thanks, I also saw that on my way to work. But since I can't do Solus stuff at work it had to wait until this evening.
Update to 2021.04.01
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Do you get any interesting output when you launch steam from the terminal?
When you say you installed the "mandatory security updates" do you mean you didn't install ALL available updates? If so, you should do that and then report if the issue persists.
Wed, Mar 24
Sun, Mar 21
@serebit Could it be that bubblewrap is/was not installed on your machine, but flatpak is? In that case the Steam runtime will use flatpak-bwrap instead, which isn't setuid and therefore works (as I saw in testing when replacing bwrap by a script and forgetting to set chmod +x)
Mar 20 2021
@serebit I'll have to see if I can get a backtrace or something, but maybe I will need someone to walk me through it in the end :-)
Mar 19 2021
Note: the large number of dropped gtk-3.0 files is due to this change: https://www.hostedredmine.com/issues/894559
Mar 17 2021
So it seems like this issue is caused by the --with-priv-mode=setuid option in our bubblewrap package.
chmod 0755 /usr/bin/bwrap fixes it, and games launch as expected with Proton 5.13
Mar 9 2021
Mar 6 2021
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Mar 2 2021
Properly fix accidental deletion
Fix accidental deletion
Feb 26 2021
@moop Thanks for the report! I'll get on it. Could you just tell me which function of Anki uses those deps, because I haven't run into any issues in my testing. Just so that I can improve my test plan.
Feb 25 2021
Feb 20 2021
@drakovyrn Sometimes it can take a while until someone can find the time to look at your diff. What I can tell you right away though is that your inclusion is missing a MAINTAINERS.md file, like this https://dev.getsol.us/source/openjdk-11/browse/master/MAINTAINERS.md
Feb 15 2021
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Jan 30 2021
Why do you have nvidia-drm.modeset=1 in your kernel command line? I don't think that's standard (at least I don't have it).
Jan 28 2021
Update to 455.50.04
@JoshStrobl Version 455.50.04 was released, with a small fix. I will update this diff shortly.
Jan 26 2021
Since booting the previous kernel works it sounds like your nvidia-glx-driver package might not be fully updated?
Can you post the output of
eopkg info nvidia-glx-driver-current
Jan 25 2021
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Jan 10 2021
@AlekEagle Well, we are on 460.32.03 and Plasma 5.20.4 (.5 in Unstable). I'm especially perplexed that your Plasma version is that old; 5.19 landed in July 2020.
Jan 9 2021
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Dec 29 2020
Dec 27 2020
Remove additonal unneeded dependencies, thanks to investigation by @algent
Dec 25 2020
Possibly related to them making graphviz a runtime (instead of build time) dependency?
Dec 21 2020
See also here
Dec 19 2020
Dec 18 2020
Note: This only happens when there are no updates available.