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Anyone compiling Android 7.x ROMs will be most likely getting a build error along the lines of 'libtinfo.so.5 - no such file or directory'. libtinfo is now gone to v6, and you'll need to symlink ncurses to avoid the breakage:

sudo ln -s /lib/libncurses.so.5 /lib/libtinfo.so.5


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systemd bootctl is nice. Like hand assembling your own personal boot manager. I think I will give grub a break now.

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Hello,

i'm a new arch user. I managed to install Arch with cinnamon.

Cinnamon comes with nemo. Now to my question.

How i add the other folders like "Movie", "Pictures" etc. to the sidebar?


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Apparently such small petty things as getting l2tp to work or multihead that actualy works on linux is something almost noone uses. Because getting them to work properly is like a rocket science. After many many pkg instsllations and several configurations it still doesnt work. 

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#ASK
How switch vga Radeon to IntelHD guys ? 
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GNOME 324 from [testing] and Mesa 17.1 from mesa-git repo ..and Wayland with NVIDIA seems to work fine again ..kinda of! some apps dont start!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jdU64pCg7I

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I've been customizing my desktop for the past few minutes. I got this conky configuration from a website (since I don't know how to configure conky I looked for some conky configurations that I can start with). This conky window displays on my apps which is annoying, how can I fix this?

Thanks.

Here is the .conkyrc - https://pastebin.com/MeDvkx91


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Are there other Web browsers similar to qutebrowser or luakit that you guys know of?

When I installed Arch linux, I installed gnome3 desktop but later I decided to install xfce4. Today I remembered that I still had gnome installed and I uninstalled it using "sudo pacman -Runs gnome". Now gnome is gone but trash stopped working after that.

In xfce4 panel I get the error "Failed to connect to the Trash: Operation not supported". Trash icon on docky is also broken and it keeps telling me no item in trash even when I just deleted some files. My guess is that gnome removed whatever is responsible for trash but I don't know how to get it back. I've been checking google for several minutes but I can't find a solution.

Thanks.

After using Arch for a few weeks I can say it's not as bad as people seem to think. It doesn't break every week like the common perception was. Honestly, I've had things work BETTER than Ubuntu.
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