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No. 20.1.10 is older...
Sat, Jan 18
That's normal, per our latest blog post: https://getsol.us/2020/01/17/new-updates-for-a-new-decade/
Fri, Jan 17
This is already in the pipeline I think:
Tue, Jan 14
This appears to be fixed. Closing.
Mon, Jan 13
Sun, Jan 12
Sat, Jan 11
Not sure if it's wifi-related, but I'm getting desktop freezes every few hours with the new kernel, just like a couple of weeks ago before the last rollback. The mouse still moves, but all apps are unresponsive, can't switch to another tty etc.
Keyboard disabling started working after latest general system upgrade. Auto rotation started working after installing iio-sensor-proxy.
Wed, Jan 8
Sun, Jan 5
Duplicate of T8580
qpdf should be available out of the box as it is a dependency of cups-filters which is a dependency of system-config-printer which comes out of the box with MATE.
Sat, Jan 4
Reboot seemed to fix it.
Fri, Jan 3
Thu, Jan 2
That makes snaps work for the current session, but as soon as I reboot the same thing happens
can you please run `sudo eopkg it --reinstall snapd"
Running sudo eopkg up -y returns:
Updating repositories Updating repository: Solus eopkg-index.xml.xz.sha1sum (40.0 B)100% 1.12 MB/s [00:00:00] [complete] Solus repository information is up-to-date. No packages to upgrade.
And then after sudo reboot
greg@clowny ~ $ chromium snap-confine has elevated permissions and is not confined but should be. Refusing to continue to avoid permission escalation attacks greg@clowny ~ $ sudo systemctl status aa-lsm-hook.service Password: ● aa-lsm-hook.service - Load AppArmor profiles Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/aa-lsm-hook.service; disabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: inactive (dead)
I have aa-lsm-hook and apparmor installed through eopkg. I checked to make sure that eopkg is up to date with the repository. Does eopkg just have an out of date version of apparmor?
Make you have the updated apparmor.
Mon, Dec 30
After playing Diablo 2 on Windows 10, my headphones stopped playing sound again in Solus !
This time when I booted into my Peppermint 10 Live USB, sound didn't play on my headphones there.
Fortunately, after booting back into Solus, sound plays fine.
Is there any way this can be investigated and fixed ?
Because it brother needs its own drivers sadly, you can request it via T83
Sun, Dec 29
Now sound is playing fine through my headphones on Solus, after I booted a Peppermint 10 Respin Live USB where my headphones worked as expected !
Could you try to change your output peripheral from alsamixer? You can launch it from the terminal and press... F6 I think (I'm not on a Linux machine currently) to choose one.
This is not your bug, still there are crashes with libtorrent-rasterbar in more occasions than yours: https://github.com/arvidn/libtorrent/issues/4094
In that issue, they advice to update to libtorrent-rasterbar 1.2.x, which also drops the dependency again Boost, which is good. I can try to update the library to the other major release if Core approves.
Fri, Dec 27
I can replicate this bug as well, following the instructions in the description :)