This is an issue with the upstream project that must be appropriately relayed to them and resolved
Fri, Oct 15
Apologies. That was a separate issue.
I believe I saw that @kyrios123 was looking into this. Assigning since he is the MATE maintainer.
This should be reported upstream to the MATE project. We don't do anything special here.
Fri, Oct 1
This should be reported at https://bugzilla.kernel.org
Not planning on downgrading librsvg however, as I need ABIs for EFL that are in 2.51.x and above.
Sep 26 2021
I opened an issue at GNOME's gitlab: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/librsvg/-/issues/797
Sep 24 2021
Updated on GitHub, but this is almost certainly a bug with librsvg rather than numix-icon-theme; the height and width attributes are optional in the SVG spec (default 100%, with us controlling size via viewbox). We can add a width attribute to any SVG file missing them in Numix to work around the problem for now, but that should only be a temporary fix until librsvg fixes whatever the problem is on their end.
The root cause has been determined upstream. The file /usr/share/icons/Numix/scalable/actions/system-shutdown-symbolic.svg apparently was missing a width attribute, and all of a sudden that seems to have become a problem with librsvg-2.52.0. See: https://github.com/numixproject/numix-icon-theme/issues/1405.
Sep 23 2021
Thanks @pillmuncher for filing the issue upstream at https://github.com/numixproject/numix-icon-theme/issues/1405
@algent: Thank you so much. That fixed it for me, too. I've opened an issue on the Numix github: https://github.com/numixproject/numix-icon-theme/issues/1405
@JoshStrobl I found that the issue is with librsvg.
I downgraded librsvg from 2.52.0 to 2.50.7 and rebuild adwaita-icon-theme version 41.0 against it.
Then installed adwaita-icon-theme. After this system-shutdown-symbolic.svg icon from Numix theme is loading fine.
Sorry, by "missing" I didn't mean to say "missing in the file folders", but "icon file exists, but icon isn't shown on the panel".
@algent Is this an issue with our packaging of numix itself? Given the discussion on the forum post.
This should really be reported to the respective icon theme developers. They need to add the icon, it isn't on Solus (or Budgie for that matter).
Sep 8 2021
Tried a few things to maybe get it to work still, but unfortunately without success. Will keep an eye on it in case a solution surfaces, but looks like it might actually be best to give up on it.
Sep 7 2021
Patched fifengine but this package is still completely borked. Read AUR comments: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/unknown-horizons
Sep 2 2021
Aug 24 2021
kernel: watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#6 stuck for 700s! [TaskCon~read #2:2766]
Aug 22 2021
I'll file an issue on their bugtracker. Downgrading kdeconnect to 21.04.3-42 seems to work as a workaround for now.
Ah, thanks for the clarification. Seeing as this is specific to KDE Connect, I would suggest filing an issue on their development tracker. Going to mark it as an upstream issue.
Aug 12 2021
Thank you for the test @chax.
Yes, it works now.
Aug 7 2021
A patch was submitted to fix this issue upstream. I packaged this again but need help by someone who had this issue.
You can find the eopkg files here shared with google drive.
Aug 2 2021
Jul 19 2021
When can we expect this to land in Software Center?
Note, this should be fixed by D11489
Jul 3 2021
This is an upstream Firefox issue that is not specific to MATE, or even Linux for that matter (it can happen under Windows, or Budgie as an example). The Downloads window will on many instances insist on being the foreground window.
Jun 27 2021
Note that this should be fixed in the latest Nvidia beta driver (470 series).
Jun 20 2021
Would like to mention if 21.1.3 doesn't resolve it, we can just try reverting both
Mesalib 21.1.3 is out and changes the respective code, it isn't immediately obvious whether or not they're still using SI_CONTEXT_PFP_SYNC_ME. I checked the SI_OP_SYNC and SI_COHERENCY enums, alongside si_get_flush_flags which is what they use to get the coherency enum to flags. It's possible SI_COHERENCY_SHADER is an equivalent and choosing another ENUM might help, but they have basically no documentation on it, soooo.
Jun 2 2021
For what it's worth, I have experienced this issue too whenever I have had to set up my triple monitor setup. Generally works fine if I gradually add monitors to my configuration then export the xorg config to the appropriate location. But regardless, not a Solus-specific issue and thus marking as inavlid.
May 28 2021
May 5 2021
Apr 30 2021
this is still not working. without a working patch, or akonadiconsole you might as well drop the entire kdepim, kmail is affected as well if im not mostaken. and its been broken forever, i doubt they will ever fix it.
an example of the type of calendar i want to add https://ics.ecal.com/ecal-sub/5fd23feb56a9ca5e018b45b9/English%20Premier%20League.ics
its simply not doable
Apr 24 2021
OK, I think we can close this then. My only question was "Is there something we can do to improve the Firefox hardware acceleration story for Solus users" and the answer is "No because video hardware acceleration is a non-standardized/buggy mess".
Apr 23 2021
Apr 13 2021
@JoshStrobl Would you mind backporting the MimeType patch when you update Go to 1.16.3, now that it has landed upstream? That would mean backporting my patch https://github.com/golang/go/commit/3e8ba91275cdeb0af4c8b30f9cc788fd42cfbbd3 and https://github.com/golang/go/commit/7b19fb1d560908a848e07e091fb5df61f4848389 (for a bug fix making it work better on other Linux distros).