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by kurotsugi
20 Oct 2017 00:54
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Liquorix problem
Replies: 13
Views: 199

Re: Liquorix problem

that's weird. my result is like this apt install -s linux-headers-liquorix-amd64 linux-image-liquorix-amd64 NOTE: This is only a simulation! apt needs root privileges for real execution. Keep also in mind that locking is deactivated, so don't depend on the relevance to the real current situation! Re...
by kurotsugi
20 Oct 2017 00:13
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Liquorix problem
Replies: 13
Views: 199

Re: Liquorix problem

go to apt's package list cache folder then delete all the content. it should reset apt. after that, do 'apt-get update' to download the new one and repeat the command above.
by kurotsugi
20 Oct 2017 00:04
Forum: Installation
Topic: SolydK9 32-bit slow
Replies: 14
Views: 264

Re: SolydK9 32-bit slow

the services are executed in parallel so as long it's not hindering other services you can ignore it. that's why we also need to look into critical-chain result. solydxk system adjustment do lot of things so it's normal if it took several seconds to finish. though, you can disable it if you really w...
by kurotsugi
19 Oct 2017 07:46
Forum: Installation
Topic: SolydK9 32-bit slow
Replies: 14
Views: 264

Re: SolydK9 32-bit slow

please show us the result of

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inxi -Fxxx
systemd-analyze blame
systemd-analyze critical chain

as a first step you could disable samba related stuffs from system service list.
by kurotsugi
19 Oct 2017 00:24
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Liquorix problem
Replies: 13
Views: 199

Re: Liquorix problem

"apt-cache depends" doesn't tell you about the dependency clash. apt-get -s or aptitude in graphical mode does. if you find no dependency clash perhaps it's waiting for certain package. in EE we got new kernel (and subsequently many kernel related updates) today so that could be the reason...
by kurotsugi
18 Oct 2017 00:02
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Liquorix problem
Replies: 13
Views: 199

Re: Liquorix problem

I'm not on stretch so I'm not sure. perhaps related with gcc or some other libs. the easiest way to know would be either using apt-get in simulation mode or using aptitude. aptitude's graphical mode is quite easy to use.
by kurotsugi
17 Oct 2017 06:28
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Community ISO maintenance and build issues - 2
Replies: 9
Views: 252

Re: Community ISO maintenance and build issues - 2

3. the tmpfs other than the kernel directories are manually created. you might still have some remnants on your /fstab.
4. the repo didn't exist. stretch and jessie did exist, but no testing or sid available.
by kurotsugi
17 Oct 2017 01:34
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Liquorix problem
Replies: 13
Views: 199

Re: Liquorix problem

/etc/kernel/postinst.d/dkms: Error! Module version 0.42 for thinkpad_ec.ko is not newer than what is already found in kernel 4.12.0-14.3-liquorix-amd64 (0.42). You may override by specifying --force. Error! Module version 0.42 for tp_smapi.ko is not newer than what is already found in kernel 4.12.0...
by kurotsugi
15 Oct 2017 07:35
Forum: Installation
Topic: Black Screen after installing SolydKEE 10
Replies: 15
Views: 312

Re: Black Screen after installing SolydKEE 10

you can blaclist the kernel module to avoid it being loaded at boot.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/kernel_modules
by kurotsugi
13 Oct 2017 07:36
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]
Replies: 52
Views: 2952

Re: Breakage and News tracker for debian testing [buster]

new kernel have arrived. so far it's good :3
by kurotsugi
11 Oct 2017 08:41
Forum: Software
Topic: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?
Replies: 10
Views: 249

Re: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?

your system seems fine. the earlier message, Reading state information... Done Calculating upgrade... Done The following packages have been kept back: linux-headers-amd64 linux-image-amd64 perhaps because you have backport in your repo list. as for the errors showed in aptitude, you can ignore it or...
by kurotsugi
11 Oct 2017 07:10
Forum: Installation
Topic: Black Screen after installing SolydKEE 10
Replies: 15
Views: 312

Re: Black Screen after installing SolydKEE 10

I don't know about the safe mode. do we have that?

btw, I'm quite sure it's a graphic card issue. as a start you could add "nomodeset" into your boot option. it usually works for nvidia card.
by kurotsugi
11 Oct 2017 06:57
Forum: Installation
Topic: Easiest way to get log files back onto disk
Replies: 4
Views: 135

Re: Easiest way to get log files back onto disk

I usually only create the folders under the directories with correct permission and owner. the caveat would be I lost the old logs but since we're dealing with tmpfs, it shouldn't matter much. grizzler actually already gives you the easiest and straight method to do that. # this part create the nece...
by kurotsugi
11 Oct 2017 00:22
Forum: Bug control
Topic: No terminal output available in gnome updater
Replies: 17
Views: 448

Re: No terminal output available in gnome updater

I'm still in doubt about /var/cache/apt/archives. Is it usual to use this for what kurotsugi described above? I personally haven't since we're on stable. it is what /var/apt/cache designed to (i.e: avoid downloading large number and packages and ease to fix breakage). though, yes, stable user rarel...
by kurotsugi
11 Oct 2017 00:06
Forum: Software
Topic: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?
Replies: 10
Views: 249

Re: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?

that doesn't looks good. please run these command and tell us the result.

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apt-cache policy linux-image-amd64
apt-get -f -s install
by kurotsugi
10 Oct 2017 03:44
Forum: Software
Topic: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?
Replies: 10
Views: 249

Re: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?

this is just out of curiosity. your system should be fine without the new kernel. if you willing, please run aptitude (without sudo command) and go into "upgradeable packages" section. the new kernel should be there. select it, then press "g" it should tell us why did the new ker...
by kurotsugi
09 Oct 2017 06:32
Forum: Bug control
Topic: No terminal output available in gnome updater
Replies: 17
Views: 448

Re: No terminal output available in gnome updater

sure :3 - /var/log is the main directory so if you put it into tmpfs, all log will be disapear on reboot. - /var/log/apt is important as ilu have described above. - /var/log/lightdm contain information which will be required if you either can't properly boot or can't login. - /var/cache/apt is often...
by kurotsugi
09 Oct 2017 00:15
Forum: Testing zone
Topic: Recommendations for AMD Ryzen system, sudden reboots, random freezes
Replies: 14
Views: 314

Re: Recommendations for AMD Ryzen system, sudden reboots, random freezes

Secondly, i'd make sure your motherboard firmware is up-to-date. The newest firmwares for most motherboards some with AGESA 1.0.0.6b or newer code which may have fixes for firmware bugs that affect linux. this one should be done first. normally you can do it later but apparently AMD did messed up t...
by kurotsugi
09 Oct 2017 00:08
Forum: Software
Topic: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?
Replies: 10
Views: 249

Re: [SOLVED] 07.10.17 Several updates available today. Continue?

I also wonder why... @palimmo: please run "apt-get -s upgrade" and tell us the result. it should tell us why the kernel got held.
by kurotsugi
09 Oct 2017 00:05
Forum: Open Chat / General Discussion
Topic: Solyd-BSD
Replies: 1
Views: 93

Re: Solyd-BSD

theorically, as long as you didn't change the architecture the system would be fine. the problem is that solydxk only use amd64 and i386 architecture so it's not possible. even if you add solydxk repo, apt will ignore it.

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