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Sun, Dec 8
Sat, Dec 7
Marking as resolved since we've now synced the packages. Sorry for the breakage in the first place!
No problem, I'll get stable synced!
Verified. Uname -a returns
@tausciam Please run the following command, reboot, and ensure you're on 5.4.1-137 by running uname -a. Let me know if release 137 resolves your networking issues (so that way I know if it is worth syncing this to stable repo):
Thanks. Much appreciated.
This is an issue reported upstream with supplemental crash issues. Looks like we need to a specific commit (e100e: Make watchdog use delayed work): https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=205047#c28
Thu, Dec 5
This issue replicates on environment using a Logitech M185.
Sun, Dec 1
Sat, Nov 30
@Girtablulu Thanks a lot, it works now !
@cdancette https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xTtiKZZ-ZuU_pG6tumhNyZi66_hBUA1f Had the wrapper name wrong, should be working now
I have additional information about DCP-J4120dw:
Wed, Nov 27
Tue, Nov 26
Sun, Nov 24
I tried DCP-J4120dw with the given driver, but it doesn't work.
Sat, Nov 23
Tested on "5.3.10-134.current #1 SMP PREEMPT" by leaving the laptop sleep overnight without power. The charge dropped to 56% in the morning. I think it's safe to say that the issue is still there.
Mon, Nov 18
Maybe I added it for the 5.2 series and reverted by accident when I went back to out original 5.3.
hmm. not intentionally, no...
Looks like this was dropped again in R3571:dad3cd0991cd13bab13f535fd17ffcef7fd3f0e8 ? Did it break something?
@DataDrake I'm having this problem. Can this be reopened ?
Closing due to lack of response in over 30 days.
Is this still an issue on 5.3?
Sun, Nov 17
Thanks for your response.
Writing this, my laptop is in its docking station, where the setup might look a little bit weird (one Logitech Mouse connected directly, another via a PS2-KVM switch), but I think it shouldn't matter for figuring out that my laptop has a synaptics touchpad:
xxxx@solus ~ $ cat /proc/bus/input/devices | grep 'Touchpad' xxxx@solus ~ $ dmesg | grep -e "Touchpad" -e "Mouse" [ 4.461498] input: CHESEN PS2 to USB Converter Mouse as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.7/usb2/2-6/2-6.4/2-6.4.2/2-6.4.2:1.1/0003:0A81:0205.0002/input/input6 [ 4.513738] hid-generic 0003:0A81:0205.0002: input,hidraw1: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [CHESEN PS2 to USB Converter] on usb-0000:00:1d.7-6.4.2/input1 [ 6.741834] psmouse serio4: synaptics: Touchpad model: 1, fw: 7.0, id: 0x1c0b1, caps: 0xd04791/0xb02000/0x20000/0x0, board id: 0, fw id: 510125 [ 40.181839] usb 2-6.2: Product: USB Laser Mouse [ 40.189710] input: Logitech USB Laser Mouse as /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.7/usb2/2-6/2-6.2/2-6.2:1.0/0003:046D:C069.0004/input/input26 [ 40.189885] hid-generic 0003:046D:C069.0004: input,hidraw3: USB HID v1.10 Mouse [Logitech USB Laser Mouse] on usb-0000:00:1d.7-6.2/input0
Thu, Nov 14
I have this who looks important I think (because it's in red and about audio):
Not sure what to make of that, we have both of the necessary configs:
I'm not sure but I think this just need a module in the kernel now? @DataDrake
Wed, Nov 13
So a simple solution that works for me is simply unplugging and replugging in my headphones after suspend to bring the sound back.
Tue, Nov 12
Don't know whether it's really relevant to other's issue. Posting here in case it is useful to anyone:
I had similar issues with hibernation: menu bar unresponsive, couldn't launch applications via GUI (but could via terminal). Found out journalctl was riddled with GPU errors. A user pointed me to a solution (https://discuss.getsol.us/d/3052-nvidia-hibernation):
Basically, the partition listed in /etc/kernel/cmdline.d/10_resume.conf wasn't my swap partition (I'm using LVM so it seems it has to be a /dev/* file (which can be found with swapon -s).
Could you please dd drivers for the Brother HL-3152CDW Printer?
Sun, Nov 10
I have an old Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop with Broadcom BCM4312 shown as the network controller after running lspci in Terminal.
I booted a Solus 3 Mate Live USB and my wifi wasn't listed.
I activated the driver in Hardware Drivers/DoFlicky and logged out and back in.
There were some wifi names listed but not my home wifi.
I booted a Peppermint 10 Live USB and my wifi was listed and connected fine with that Linux distro.
Can this be fixed for the Solus Live session ? Or would it work while connected to the internet via Ethernet cable ?
Nov 10 2019
ah ! ok, it indeed does happen only once per boot (if I understood you well), and indeed without any further problem that I'm aware of anyway. thx for your reply
It was indeed a kernel issue and is fixed since 5.0 I believe. I'm currently running kernel 5.3.8 and the issue is not present anymore
That might happen the first time due to an early boot race condition, it's fine as long as it doesn't happen a second time. It's clearly loading correctly or Xorg would have fallen back to Intel.
Still getting this error on each boot:
Nov 10 16:11:47 alecto nvidia-persistenced: Failed to query NVIDIA devices. Please ensure that the NVIDIA device files (/dev/nvidia*) exist, and that user 143 has read and write permissions for those files.
On Friday, both kernels will have all the necessary drivers. The rest is back to a general support request.