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- Dec 15 2018, 8:23 AM (86 w, 12 h)
Mar 20 2020
My system is currently crashing every few days. If I could roll back to 6 months ago I would. I feel like I'm using windows again, and it's really hurting my experience.
Mar 6 2020
Will that affect AMD systems?
Since that comment this has happened a further two times :(
Mar 4 2020
I'm up to date (Linux version 5.5.6-149) yet I'm still having this happen to me. Black screen, computer just does dead every so often (few days, very annoying). Looked in journalctl -ra but couldn't find anything.
Feb 19 2020
I just had this happen to me again. Going through sudo journalctl -ra I've picked out the following possibly-relevant-looking lines:
Feb 19 09:39:17 tranquillity gvfsd: Error calling org.gtk.vfs.MonitorClient.Changed(): Timeout was reached (g-io-error-quark, 24)
Feb 17 2020
Feb 8 2020
@DataDrake I'm on a AMD system, could that be affecting me too?
Feb 3 2020
Something similar has happened twice recently: the system has suddenly died No frozen image, unable to ssh, it just dies.
This is begining to go beyond an inconvinience.
Jan 30 2020
Jan 29 2020
I have experienced this issue three times since creating this task. For no apparent reason every so often my system will completely freeze, with (seemingly) no hope of recovery. For the ~year I had windows (painful as it was) I did not experience any stability issues.
Heh. I'd love to but as much as I'm keen to contribute I've never packaged anything and have a fair bit on my plate already for the foreseeable future 😞.
Currently, I'm just able to clamour for the packages I think would benefit the Solus ecosystem, and cheer on those that take up the mantle 🎉
Since this has been accepted, and Zathura is currently in the repo, there is a closely related item worth mentioning: https://github.com/pwmt/zathura-pdf-mupdf
This project appears to be actively maintained, it adds MuPDF as a backend for Zathura.
Marvellous! Thank you very much for reconsidering this request.
Jan 19 2020
I can't seem to turn on automatic date and time!?
Heh. After rebooting I was off by 10 hours. My system also crashed 10 minutes later.
Jan 14 2020
If I could also request the MFC-3750CDW that would be grand!
Jan 3 2020
I'm trying to build this myself, but having issues (missing libs?) has anyone had success? @DataDrake are you likely to get back to this any time soon?
Oct 18 2019
Thanks, sorry for bothering you :)
Oct 17 2019
Oct 6 2019
I guess that's closest to 'duplicate'
Ah, I see, thanks. I'll just close this then.
Oct 2 2019
@sunnyflunk looking at other texlive threads you seem the right person to ask for this:
Would it be a bad idea for me to manually install texlive? I'm getting desperate.
@JoshStrobl any chance of a response?
Aug 18 2019
@JoshStrobl Sorry if this is an unwanted necro, but I thought this would be better than opening a new task when this already exists.
Jul 22 2019
Jun 22 2019
Jun 13 2019
May 27 2019
Hmm. @berk. That's interesting. I switched from a png to tiff (just to see what would happen) and now I get this:
May 23 2019
May 21 2019
@DataDrake That's … a lot. Is there any (easyish) way for me to help?
May 20 2019
It will be quite funny if Debian has python 3.7 stable before Solus 😛 (Buster should be shipping with 3.7 in the next few months)
Apr 2 2019
I'm also having issues with this. Installed puddletag today and I get:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/puddletag", line 317, in <module> from PyQt4.QtGui import QApplication, QPixmap, QSplashScreen, QIcon ImportError: No module named sip
There's a suggested fix, and repackaged version here https://www.reddit.com/r/SolusProject/comments/aw7nh9/puddletag_fails_to_open_with_importerror_no/ which I have yet to try out, which may be of interest.
Mar 19 2019
Mar 17 2019
I see, thanks. I thought it may have been something to do with how it was packaged... (I'm new to 'this' [linux] )
Mar 10 2019
I'm getting this currently with dsp and gnuplot
Mar 3 2019
From what I've heard in this thread, that seems like the most likely issue. Oh well. Feel free to close this for now and I'll comment again if anything happens differently to that I have already spoken about.
Feb 27 2019
I've had a similar issue to that I had initially, again.
Feb 17 2019
Thanks Girtablulu and Josh. That's reassuring to hear. Interesting that I haven't had that happen with neoveau though.
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Feb 14 2019
On Windows 10 I ran both MSI Kombuster for 15 mins, and Unigin Heaven for 30 mins; these are the results I got:
Feb 9 2019
Oh dear. That does not sound good. I've been using this card for around one year (acquired unused) and never had any issues with it before. That would be rather annoying.
@mati865 the original, and imo more serious issue was with the official drivers.
What I did is go from the nvidia driver to nouveau. Has been fine up till now, and then in a minor glitch, I got some patchy squares to appear around my screen (they went away after I clicked a window).
So I'm guessing my best bet currently is:
It's a Viewsonic VA2719-smhd (27" 1440p IPS).
I'm using an MSI 980ti, and I am not able to test another GPU (ryzen CPU, no integrated graphics).
Feb 5 2019
Offhand, would you know of any software available in the repo that does a similar thing?
Feb 4 2019
@DataDrake is this going to happen at some point?
Jan 25 2019
Not to sound impatient - but out of interest how long till this makes it to the stable repo?
Jan 24 2019
My annoyance has shifted from Linux/Solus to Asus.
My laptop has a disable touchpad key which:
- Is easy to accidentally press (it's right next to the mute key)
- Is persistent between reboots and even booting from a live USB!!!
- I cannot think of to reason to use.
Jan 6 2019
Out of curiosity, now that the update seems to have been implemented and approved, how long will this take to get to the repo?