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General / Re: Kernel how to stop upgrade
« Last post by constantius on Mon Oct 11 14:01:48 2021 »
Thanks for your reply. I used to stop upgrading kernel in different old computer with old nvidia card and nvidia driver. When i dont want neauvoux driver... Nutyx right now i have on nuc intel pentium j5005 cpu and intel gpu. So it is no problem. But your proposition is courius. Best regards.
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General / Re: Kernel how to stop upgrade
« Last post by Thierry on Fri Oct 08 08:00:38 2021 »
Hi Constantius

Officially it's not possible to "blacklist" packages in NuTyX. It leads to a broken system in 99 % of the cases because broken API.

I assume you must have a very good reason for stopping the kernel to be update. So what  I can propose you is to make the kernel package (temporarly) invisible for cards. You set the folder of the kernel packag info unvisible.

If we talk of kernel package for example:

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sudo mv /var/lib/pkg/DB/kernel /var/lib/pkg/DB/.kernel
Cards will forget about the kernel package, but you can still change back by revert the above command.

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sudo mv /var/lib/pkg/DB/.kernel /var/lib/pkg/DB/kernel
Thierry
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General / Kernel how to stop upgrade
« Last post by constantius on Thu Oct 07 11:07:57 2021 »
Hello. How to stop kernel from being upgraded.
I mean for example exclude in fedora dnf or ignorepkg in pacman arch.
Is there a similar manner in nutyx?
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General / Re: Chromium --no-sandbox
« Last post by Thierry on Sun Oct 03 08:37:56 2021 »
Hi constantius

Thanks a lot for reporting that.

Yep my mistake now.

Forgot to upgrade freetype on rolling branch.  It should be there in a couple of minutes.

Best Regards.

Thierry

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General / Re: Chromium --no-sandbox
« Last post by constantius on Sun Oct 03 07:52:10 2021 »
1. Yes. I use rolling edition. MATE sesktop.  But the last reinstall was i think 2 years ago. Now i think system is more mature. 
2. After upgrade chromium to 94 - output from command line
usr/lib/chromium/chromium: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/chromium/chromium: undefined symbol: FT_Get_Color_Glyph_ClipBox

solution from Arch Linux Forum.:  I had package freetype2-cleartype (2.10.2-1) installed: replaced it for freetype2 (2.11.0-3) and problem solved.

Freetype2 is needed
Best regards
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General / Re: Chromium --no-sandbox
« Last post by Thierry on Wed Sep 29 07:57:58 2021 »
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Thank you so much that your distro has returned to the world of the living
Great to read that from you.

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Chrome and Chromium only works with the --no-sandbox option
I did observe the same on my machine. Spiky did upgrade chromium on the testing branch. They will be a chance that it works again in the next rolling release. Thanks for reporting.

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Im using it 4 years.
As  NuTyX is now a rolling release since version 9.0.
Simple question for curiosity: Did you reinstall it since that time ?

Hope you will enjoy NuTyX another couple of years as we do.

Best Regards,
Thierry
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General / Chromium --no-sandbox
« Last post by constantius on Tue Sep 28 09:46:33 2021 »
Thank you so much that your distro has returned to the world of the living :-))).  :) :) :) :)
Im using it 4 years.
Chrome and Chromium only works with the --no-sandbox option
Flatpack version does nt work.
Best regards
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Installation / Re: 21.09.0 failed to reboot for me [fixed]
« Last post by Thierry on Mon Sep 13 17:07:56 2021 »
Problem fixed  :) :) :)
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Installation / Re: 21.09.0 failed to reboot for me
« Last post by rems on Mon Sep 13 12:17:22 2021 »
If only these only two ISOs are broken, it may be seems that there is a missing package on it, which is present on the other ones.
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Installation / Re: 21.09.0 failed to reboot for me
« Last post by Ralph on Mon Sep 13 09:15:44 2021 »
The Installer Work. After reboot grub dont Work.
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