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#31
Sparky applications / Re: Upgrade Badwolf to the lat...
Last post by AxL - February 09, 2024, 09:02:42 PM
Quote from: pavroo on February 09, 2024, 08:21:50 PMdone, thanks

You're welcome !! 
















As I said in my OP, I reiterate my congratulations and thanks for all your great work and support, with SparkyLinux.







Cheers !! 
#32
Sparky applications / Re: Upgrade Badwolf to the lat...
Last post by pavroo - February 09, 2024, 08:21:50 PM
done, thanks
#33
Sparky applications / [SOLVED] - Upgrade Badwolf to ...
Last post by AxL - February 09, 2024, 05:18:09 PM
Quote from: AxL on April 04, 2022, 04:26:05 PM
pavroo, thank you very much, for adding Badwolf to the repository.





Hi pavroo !!


is it possible to update Badwolf to the latest version (1.3.0 release / sept. 2023') available ??



As always, thank you very much for your great work, with SparkyLinux, pavroo !!








Cheers!! 
#34
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by Splinx64 - February 05, 2024, 10:14:06 PM
Hm, maybe the current release of plymouth has a tiny bug. It can happen. But we hope, it will be fixed soon.
#35
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by 21grams - February 05, 2024, 09:57:00 PM
You're welcome.

For clarity (my bad), a Plymouth update came through to testing approx 3 weeks ago. To inspect further of why it is an issue for a some setups? - humongously above my top2 inches.

cheers,
21grams
#36
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by Splinx64 - February 05, 2024, 09:47:13 PM
OK, but I wonder. Until a fortnight ago "splash" wasn't disabled and I could log in via lightdm. Yes, the "splash" screen wasn't visible, but that didn't bother me.

I think, it will work again, when there is an update available for plymouth - one day.

Of course, thank you for your help.
#37
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by 21grams - February 05, 2024, 08:34:15 PM
The cp warning, debian will no doubt sort as it is their own doing.

I have not used plymouth for many years as my nvidia proprietary driver installs always shut me out and in testing, it's another slap something else in there situation (old habits).



#38
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by Splinx64 - February 05, 2024, 06:09:15 PM
Hello 21grams,

thank you for your answer.

Yes, disabling "splash" in the kernel command line was a good idea. That works. YEAAAHHHH!

Unfortunately, reinstalling all of plymouth packages didn't work. When I do that, I get a lot of messages

cp: warning: behavior of -n is non portable and may cange in future; use --update=none instead
And on the end of all:

insserv: FATAL: service udev has to be enabled to use service plymouth
But on first step the first solution is usable.
#39
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by 21grams - February 05, 2024, 04:32:49 PM
QuoteBut, when I boot into recovery mode and instead of login as root, but go continue with CTRL+D, than lightdm starts like normal.

Plymouth update maybe?

Try disabling Plymouth by removing quiet splash from /etc/default/grub

Browse for Disable Plymouth to get more info if needed.
#40
Applications / Re: lightdm won't start
Last post by Splinx64 - February 04, 2024, 01:13:55 PM
And one more information.

I also tried to run lightdm with slick-greeter. But, the result is the same - lightdm don't want to start.

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