echo enabled > /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb1/power/wakeup
echo enabled > /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb2/power/wakeup
part of Ask Ubuntu in a script and try it adding it in crontab for root.
Try finding out who is making that window, process is wrong word I guess, alt+tab show open windows. Say ps aux | grep gjs in terminal or search it in Gnome System Monitor or htop and kill it, but check if it is some thing important. Or wmctl -l to find the window id and kill the window with xkill.
Did you update the RMP repository? if not try this.
sudo rpm -Uvh http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm
sudo rpm -Uvh http://download1.rpmfusion.org/nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm
If you want to remove the packages 📦 try…
Sudo def remove
Eg:> sudo dnf remove ...
As I have posted on the Mint Forum:
I solved it. On my own...
I made sure I had the latest polkit, polkitd and polkit agent for gnome. These I updated not through Synaptic dirctly, but through Update Manager (which calls Synaptic as a backend). I de-selected everything in Update Manager and re-selected only those few, observing how many dependencies would ...
Useful, Describes the errors to a Tee. The second log points to the exact same problem.
[ 3811.102369] sd 6:0:0:0: [sdb] Attached SCSI removable disk
[ 3832.749534] FAT-fs (sdb1): Invalid FSINFO signature: 0x429058eb, 0x00000000 (sector = 1)
[ 3832.758491] FAT-fs (sdb1): Volume was not properly unmounted. ...
Well after some research on reddit I figured the dock at the side is actually called a dash. You can install an extension called just perfection from gnome extensions website which allows you to disable the dash altogether. Here disabling means to just hide the dash and nothing more.
To make it possible to switch between speakers and headphones, follow these steps:
If necessary, select your sound card with F6.
Navigate to "Auto-Mute" with the right arrow →.
Disable it with the down arrow ↓.
Press Esc to exit.
Or you can do all these steps with one command:
amixer -c 1 set 'Auto-Mute Mode' ...
K, so I found my other question/answer Boot hangs at "Reached target Graphical Interface" on Arch after system update (no virtualbox) and the answer is the same.
ctrl + alt + f3 to enter a TTY
systemctl disable gdm.service
yay --remove gdm
yay --sync --refresh gdm
systemctl enable gdm.service
You're seemingly running Wayland.
xrandr is an X11 application and it cannot change the resolution of your Wayland compositor/session.
Please refer to https://arewewaylandyet.com/ (under "Output/display configuration tool"), Wayland equivalent of arandr
IMO Wayland is far from ready and I'd recommend switching back to Xorg in which case you can ...