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General / Re: Problem with installing anrysearch and fsearch
« Last post by Dj on Thu Jan 19 19:09:24 2023 »
Fsearch is in flatpak, in case someone is interested.
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General / Re: AMD Ryzen and cpupower
« Last post by Dj on Thu Jan 19 19:07:12 2023 »
In case someone is interested - TLP is blocking CPU frequency, so with installed TLP, Cpu is 2ghz instead of 4 ghz. Only way that I found is to disable TLP.
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General / Re: Need Wifi and/or dependency of AppImages
« Last post by surimelow on Tue Jan 17 00:38:36 2023 »
Hello and thank you for your time.

I've decided to try again and install with a different desktop environment, with KDE. I am writing from the new installation.  :D

Wifi works but the obligated KWallet is very annoying. The system settings doesn't seem to have a way to disable it. I might have to type in my modem password everytime I start this system. It's better than nothing. "cards" works. I have updated the system to kernel v6.0.19 and other things. Installed the library needed to play AppImages.

I knew there was a way to get Wifi going on XFCE but I'm not even Linux intermediate.

Cheers for having a simple straightforward distro installation routine. Although it might help if UUID's were recognized because "/dev/sda2" and such could be unreliable. Cool "neofetch" symbol! Although on my screen it displays in blue, I noticed the Nutyx logo is red with black shield. First found out about the distro on Distrowatch.

Again, thank you for your prompt response and your time in answering me.
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General / Re: Tor 0.4.7.11-1 evutil_secure_rng_add_bytes Error
« Last post by Thierry on Fri Jan 13 08:08:47 2023 »
Fixed at version 0.4.6.13

Sorry for the inconvenience

BR,
Thierry

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General / Re: AMD Ryzen and cpupower
« Last post by Dj on Tue Jan 10 12:42:30 2023 »
Since there is no cpupower, I have been using tlp. Active governor is shedutil
 
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/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_driver    = amd-pstate
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_governor  = schedutil
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_available_governors = conservative performance schedutil
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_min_freq  =   400000 [kHz]
/sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_max_freq  =  2100000 [kHz]
Тhere is no accurate reading of cpu, it's showing max frequency of 2. ghz.
 How to change cpufreq governor ?
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General / Re: Tor 0.4.7.11-1 evutil_secure_rng_add_bytes Error
« Last post by ndawka on Mon Jan 09 13:27:25 2023 »
Also, I think there is some version mistake going on. Apparently, Tor 0.4.7.12 was committed last month (https://github.com/NuTyX/packages-x86_64/commits/rolling/cli-extra/tor), but is still listed as Tor 0.4.7.11 https://www.nutyx.org/en/?type=pkg&branch=rolling&arch=x86_64&searchpkg=tor:o

Upd.
Version is indeed listed as 0.4.7.12 in https://github.com/NuTyX/packages-x86_64/blob/rolling/cli-extra/tor/Pkgfile, so that probably is linked to the issue, since Tor is listed as 0.4.7.11-1 and is also installed as 0.4.7.11-1...
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General / Re: Tor 0.4.7.11-1 evutil_secure_rng_add_bytes Error
« Last post by Thierry on Mon Jan 09 10:15:03 2023 »
Hello ndawka

I will look at it as soon I can.

Thanks a lot for reporting

BR,
Thierry
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General / Tor 0.4.7.11-1 evutil_secure_rng_add_bytes Error
« Last post by ndawka on Mon Jan 09 00:21:08 2023 »
I have just installed a fresh copy of NuTyX 22.12. I have updated it and restarted the system. I have then installed Tor from the NuTyX repository.

Tor installed fine. But when running it (tor, tor --version, etc.) I get an error:
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tor: symbol lookup error: tor: undefined symbol: evutil_secure_rng_add_bytes

I have tried restarting the system, reinstalling it, reinstalling it after changing my init system to systemd (http://nutyx.org/en/default-init-system). Nothing worked. I keep getting the same error.

I have looked up this error and found, that multiple people had this exact error on BSD-based systems. Their problem was erroneous libevent. I have installed both libevent and libevent.devel (libevent was reinstalled with 4 additional files). Restarted the system. That did not help.

Now I have realised, that
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sudo systemctl status tor returns
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Unit tor.service could not be found.
and running
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ss | grep 9050 (9050 is the default Tor port) returns nothing. I have even run
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ss to see, if Tor occupied a different port, but it is nowhere to be seen.

I am lost right now. I was planning to build Tor from source, but I am not sure, if I am missing something. Is it possible to fix this error without installing Tor from source?

P.S.
I think, this is the Tor repository: https://github.com/torproject/tor.

Best Regards!
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General / Re: Powertop
« Last post by Dj on Sat Jan 07 14:08:17 2023 »
It seems that I had to restart. Now it works.
 Can anyone clarify why blocking acpi-cpufreq is blocking powertop ?
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General / Powertop
« Last post by Dj on Sat Jan 07 09:04:12 2023 »
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sudo powertop

C-state information is not available     [09:53 x86_64 6.0.17-NuTyX root@linux]

Wakeups-from-idle in 10 seconds: 0

powertop: no stats available; run as root or enable the timer_stats module


modprobe timer_stats
modprobe: module timer_stats not found in modules.dep
After blacklisting of acpi-cpupower AMD system is working fine. But why I can't start powertop ?

Un-blacklist acpi-cpufreq. Still does not work.
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