I am not familiar with yay (so I don't know where the package will be located) but if you make the package with makepkg you can list the files that the package would install using tar, eg.
tar -tf balena-cli-11.30.1-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst | less
So the AUR package balena-cli should install the binary /usr/bin/balena as well as over 50.000 files into the ...
pacman -Sg gnome
Should do it, I believe.
From man 8 pacman:
Sync Options (apply to -S)
Display all the members for each package group specified. If no group names are provided, all groups will be listed; pass the flag twice to view all groups and their members.
The key error message in your output is
:: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/libtiff-4.1.0-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)).
That means that the package integrity cannot be checked by its PGP signature. Often the reason is that you may have done the previous update a while ago. In the meantime some keys by Arch ...
I am not familiar with Artix; however it says on their Wikipedia page:
Artix Linux has its own repos but most packages without systemd
dependencies from Arch Linux repos and the Arch User Repository (AUR)
can also be used.
For packages that do rely on systemd, they would need to provide replacement packages that can work with OpenRC (or whichever ...
This command fixed it for me on Arch Linux allowing me to run the elf binary:
sudo pacman -Syy ld-lsb lsb-release
For other flavors of linux,
You should either install the ld-lsb package (or lsb-compat or any similar package which contains ld-lsb-x86-64.so.3) or create a wrapper / executable script that starts your program via the existing dynamic linker:...
I think the problem may be that sudo executes only commands that exist in directories specified in the secure_path in the /etc/sudoers or in $PATH if secure_path is not set. Although in this case the usual error message is command not found.
You could try to add the directory with an executable to secure_path and see how that goes.
Also make sure that the ...
You're likely building the mongodb package from AUR, which requires creating a source checkout and storing all the build artefacts, so yes, it tends to get rather big.
Instead, you might consider using the mongodb-bin package, which uses the prebuilt binaries from the MongoDB repository for Ubuntu. In total, that should require on the order of a few hundred ...
This is almost certainly a problem with the terminal outside tmux. You don't mention what it is but most likely either it doesn't support these keys, or your TERM outside tmux does not match the terminal, or does not include these keys. So:
1) Make sure your terminal outside tmux sends something unique for these keys. You can check by running cat outside ...
Essentially this is a combination of a race condition and the difference in the behavior of xsetwacom when run from a udev rule compared to when run from a familiar graphical terminal, due to e.g. differences in environment variables.
Problem 1: environment variable.
Addressing the second issue first: this is similar to the situation where shell scripts ...
Install os-prober then mount Ubuntu partition:
Detecting other operating systems
To have grub-mkconfig search for other installed systems and automatically add them to the menu, install the os-prober package and mount the partitions that contain the other systems. Then re-run grub-mkconfig.
Or add Ubuntu the /etc/grub.d/40_custom :
thanks for the patch, it works like a charm!
same to handle the physical power key:
+ if (event.key == 16777399) performOperation("suspendToRam")
confirmed to work on kded5 5.67.0 and plasmashell 5.17.5 (Gentoo).
The lines in /etc/sudoers.d/ab should probably be like this:
ab ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl stop NetworkManager
ab ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: /bin/systemctl start NetworkManager
With sudo and normal, locally stored sudoers.d files (and nothing advanced like sudoers information stored in a LDAP server), any changes to the sudoers files should take effect ...
Are you actually using tmux? Frequently the utility you use (e.g. screen, tmux) will set the $TERM variable on execution. SSH clients also frequently set the variable on connection. In short it is being set by the utility you are launching a shell with.
See: Where does the TERM environment variable default get set?
-l | --loader NAME
Specify a loader (defaults to \\elilo.efi)
A kernel with EFI-stub is still not a loader. To boot from BIOS it has to be an EFI-application. All the boot loaders have .EFI suffix. I think it is possible to turn a kernel into such a directly bootable object, but normally it is one of the boot loaders that gets started (with or ...