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Based on correspondence with the poster (see comments), it turned out that the sound card was muted inside pavucontrol.


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Not anymore The Arch Linux Archive contains the 4.2.5 release of the individual compontents, which you can install individually, but note that this is unsupported. Later versions of LibreOffice do not allow components to be selectively installed. Even if you wanted to bypass pacman (which you shouldn't), and download the 5.1 release directly from The ...


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May be you shoul try to add first start after boot, like this: [Timer] OnBootSec=15min OnUnitActiveSec=2m


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You should specify a keyserver to use.I typically use --keyserver wwwkeys.uk.pgp.net (you can use a lot of different country codes instead of uk, but I know that one works).


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Is installing and setting up wicd out of the question? I've used network-manager on various laptops with various wifi cards and dongles, and sometimes network-manager works fine... but when it fails, it doesn't give much information as to what might be wrong, sometimes its errors omit some necessary piece of debugging data, other times the messages are ...


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The i3 environment isn't usable in the case described because there's no way to get to a shell. This is a graphical environment (X also known as X11) running in one of Linux's virtual consoles. To switch to a text environment and get a shell, use controlalt together with a function-key for the number of the virtual console that you want to switch to. Most ...


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Option 1 Enable password authentication on Server (your computer running arch-linux) Edit the SSH configuration file on the server to allow password authentication. [user@arch]$ sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config PasswordAuthentication yes ChallengeResponseAuthentication yes Use your favorite text editor instead of nano, such as vim. To use vim, ...


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Run blkid to find out the UUID of the relevant partition, then edit /etc/fstab accordingly: UUID=... /home ext4 nosuid,nodev,noatime 1 2


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The variable PATH is a special one. There are a lot of special variables (and all are all capital, as easily avoided). It holds a list of directories to search for commands. For fun and learning (though these are the same thing), type echo $PATH, outside of script, to we what it has in it. To fix problem do not break PATH: use a different variable name (...


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The best way that i have fonud until now is to use the pkgfile command. you could install it by: # sudo pacman -S pkgfile according to the official arch wiki, pkgfile is a tool for searching files from packages in the official repositories. (files being the binaries you mentioned as bash commands) You can also update its database by running: # ...


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You should have correct device name. So change your interface name - if you've changed it to eth0 during installation - to enp5s0 in: /usr/lib/systemd/system/dhcpcd@.service Then you'll be able to enable it. You can bring your interface up by running : ip link set dev enp5s0 up and then obtain an IP from DHCP by running : dhcpcd enp5s0 you can also ...


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OK, so to not leave the question in unanswered state. As we concluded in the comments: AUR packages are installed in 2 phases This is intended by arch developers since anyone can submit an AUR package. When you download an AUR packages you should always check the PKGBUILD files for malicious code. Although AUR packages are verified by Trusted Users ...


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It's as simple as typing in just one command: timedatectl set-timezone Zone/SubZone Where you replace Zone/SubZone with correct data. You can obtain list of all available timezones by typing: timedatectl list-timezones If you want to have your RTC (hardware clock) using local time, run the following command: timedatectl set-local-rtc 1 If you prefer ...


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Audacious registers itself as an application that can handle directory MIME type (more precisely inode/directory). This can be seen in its .desktop file at /usr/share/applications/audacious.desktop (location might be different on Arch) where MimeType variable is set. On your system for inode/directory MIME type, either: there is no other application that ...


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I also updated the docker.service file per instructions I'm not sure if this actually helped ore if just disabling kde's automount is the key ExecStart=/usr/bin/docker daemon -H fd:// -H unix://var/run/docker.sock MountFlags=private


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This is doable, but I would make a recommendation against it. As other users have said, you will have troubles with fstab if it uses UUIDs or labels (if the labels differ), you will have trouble with crypttab (and with encrypted partitions generally). Instead, I would recommend generating a list of packages that you have on your machine right now (...


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Eclipse now requires Java 8 and you're using Java 1.7, this won't work. Install jdk8-openjdk instead and/or wait for the bug in Arch Linux' bug tracker to be fixed.


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I could fix it on my machine by sourcing /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/50-systemd-user.sh from ~/.xinitrc. The solution was found on https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/46374 because journalctl --this-boot --no-pager | grep -i WARNING showed, that 'org.gnome.keyring.SystemPrompter' failed. Reference


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Apparently the built-in sound kept setting itself to headphones. pavucontrol fixed it perfectly.


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As said here, you can use systemctl --failed


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An answer to this question is to swap User=nobody not with User=ziga but with User=root in /etc/systemd/system/battery.service. Somehow even if user ziga has all the privileges of using sudo command it can't execute systemctl hibernate inside of the bash script. I really don't know why this happens. So the working files are as follows: /etc/systemd/system/...



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