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- Dec 24 2018, 7:07 PM (196 w, 6 d)
Jan 1 2019
After the recent updates the past few cold boots have not requested the login password so I assume / hope this is fixed.
Dec 30 2018
Dec 29 2018
Fixed bug report URL to point to https://dev.getsol.us/
I've put together a package for torbrowser-launcher in my GitLab that seems to do fine so far. I'm not really interested in maintaining this officially (given that I just installed Solus about a week ago) but maybe others will find this helpful.
Remove icon theme change (stick with symbolic)
Dec 28 2018
Waiting doesn't seem to have an effect. Every cold boot seems to stop at the lock screen. I peeked at journalctl and nothing immediately jumped out as being auto-login related. However, I must admit I'm not too familiar with it. Is there anything specific I should watch out for?
I packaged before but not on Solus so I think I still fall into the required noob category. :)
Dec 26 2018
Dec 25 2018
Sorry, I'm being unclear.
Any chance this could be fixed in the Solus packages for the time being? The Calibre UI can be brought to look normal by setting Adjust for high resolution screens to off in the preferences. However, the default upscaled UI was near unusable for me.
I won't argue about it being a rare format. The "bug" here to me is that out of the box Solus lets me compress and decompress .7z via the file manager but when I double click such an archive to inspect its contents, I get that error screen.
I just checked again in more detail. I turns out that I am not prompted for a login password when I select Restart from the menu. However, when I select Shutdown and then press the power button to boot again, I am prompted for the login password.
Ok thanks, that addon fixes the contrast on the x button. However, I didn't expect that the desktop theme would change anything else than the window chrome. Is the theme supposed to actually modify the appearance of content inside a website (like making text inputs dark)? Sorry if this is a dumb question.
Sorry, this was on budgie.
Looking at the current installer sources (https://github.com/getsolus/os-installer) it seems that creating /etc/kernel/cmdline.d/50_keymap.conf would be rather trivial since there is already code to create the resume file here: https://github.com/getsolus/os-installer/blob/master/os_installer2/postinstall.py#L708
Dec 24 2018
Got it. I opened https://github.com/getsolus/help-center-docs/pull/186 to add some hints to the help center docs in the meantime.
This seems to still be an issue on the 3.9999 release. I configured disk encryption and a German keyboard layout in the installer. After finishing the install and rebooting I got the US layout at the password prompt. Manually modifying /etc/kernel/cmdline.d/50_keymap.conf did the trick. Is this a bug with the installer?