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Enough current trapping in the expansion is the solution
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Bernardo Henriquez's profile photoGuilherme Oliveira's profile photo
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nice
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Community need to generate something here referring to the eternal problem of installing owners drives ATI AMD as linkages ( xorg - KERNEL - card model - pc ) for versions and their association , many accuracy of this information , because the simple fact is most need this coherence .
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Mauro lesto's profile photoFcfernandes Elohim's profile photo
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We came to a new era for systems and we are the chance of it reaching im point boundless reaches of monopoly , it is in our hands now , the behind years was the reign of Windows by me for you this is changing and the more fast this happens more they will deliver today many project are not developed with driver for linux , most no longer want Windows to front the pilot must be linux comes in so many lies.
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Guys anyone got a good way to install amd driver for graphics card ?
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Michael Murphy's profile photoMohammed El ouahabi's profile photo
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+Topias Salakka anyway tnx for info i will try to get new monitor but after a complete immigrating from windows i'm still in need of windows
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Imran Munshi

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Is there any way to configure network specific proxy settings on XFCE?

I currently do it via environment variables in /etc/security/pam_env.conf.

I use NetworkManager for network management and mostly use WiFi on my laptop. I want it to be able to properly use proxy for the whole environment when I am on a particular network
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Glen D'souza's profile photoImran Munshi's profile photo
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+Glen D'souza great suggestion, I will delve into it
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Mohd suhail

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This review will be a bit unconventional, probably because Arch Linux itself is a bit unconventional. Rather than having continued, numbered releases like most distros, Arch Linux follows the rolling-release model, meaning that you install Arch once and i
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Michael Boyle

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Does anyone know how to add stlarch icons in conky?
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Joe A

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So Arch boots into a terminal, and I can script startx to load up the desktop environment, which is nice.

Just a noob question though, what if I "didn't" want a desktop environment (XFCE, KDE, etc)? What if I wanted to run the whole system via terminal, but if I wanted to use a specific program (ie a web browser), it just overlays a window on top, and goes away when I close it?

Is there anything like that out there?
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Korkiat Petsiri's profile photoJeff Sharpe's profile photo
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Run Arch headless. Use links or browser.vim. All good. You don't have to install X if you don't need it. 
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Björn Bidar

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Does anybody uses Luks + TPM?
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Sven Karsten Greiner's profile photoBjörn Bidar's profile photo
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I ask this cause I use a Dell Precision M7510 and I need to deploy 2 more in our company. I want to store the key in the tpm so that our users don't need to enter the key to open both harddrives.
 I use the systemd hook with sd-encrypt and sd-lvm.
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Michael Boyle

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How many of you use the testing repository?
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Yes!
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No!
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Josh Sabboth's profile photoMaxime Poulin's profile photo
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I used to use the testing repo. Then Gnome 3 happened and I was tired of dealing with Gnome breaking everything again and again and again.
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Boško ™

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Can anybody offer any insight on why Linux 4.7 is so slow in making its way to the core repo? It's been two weeks now since it's been released.
Not asking for any ETA, just curious.
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João Pedro

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What can this be? Whenever I install Arch worked out, I downloaded the iso this month I install and gave it.


Sorry for my bad English
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matt derpson's profile photoDean Wallace's profile photo
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because you have video set as qxl. install the qxl driver, and optionally spice.
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John Hagger

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My Arch Desktop
With Pink Floyd Wallpaper
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William Purchase's profile photoJohn Hagger's profile photo
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+Christopher OBrien If you email me
on jhagger84@gmail.com I will send the
wallpaper to you
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Imran Munshi

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I have set up my wifi on laptop to use static IP with google DNS servers. It works fine only until I use pidgin for my Lync account. With google dns servers it just doesn't work.

Is there any way to get pidgin (sipe/office communicator/lync) to work using Google's DNS Servers?
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Daniele Pantaleo (ozone89)'s profile photoImran Munshi's profile photo
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+Daniele Pantaleo that is worth a try, thanks. 
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I have a sandisk usb drive that after exactly 4gb begins corrupting files, thus giving me reasons to suspect its a fake one.
I remember having used in ubuntu many years ago a peace of software to check the real capacity of a drive, but i really cant recall the name right now, to look it up in the aur.
Does anyone know the name of that app?
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Dean Wallace's profile photoJim Scholfield's profile photo
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+Dean Wallace sorry, I wasn't paying enough attention.

I've thought a bit more about this now and here's what I think is what happened to me. It's been a good while though. I had this problem, the disc wouldn't accept files without corruption over a certain limit that was less than the size of the stick.

It happened after using the disk for an iso but I can't remember now whether I'd used dd or some app to right the iso. I believe that writing a new partition table to the usb stick solved the problem.
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Ali Saylıca

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When i install a package from aur it gets "failed writing body" error how to fix this?
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Is your system up to date?
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Ali Saylıca

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How to install Xfree86?
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Imran Munshi's profile photoAlvin Williamson's profile photo
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Dual booing Arch Linux and Win10. I'm running xf86-video-amdgpu package. And I must say...graphically there is currently no difference in my opinion. Not a big PC gamer howerver.
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Ali Saylıca

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I'm install i3 but how to configure it?
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Kegan Brauning's profile photoKent Seaton's profile photo
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i3 is pretty simple once you get an idea of what your doing. The guides above are fantastic. I had my system up and rolling within a couple hours to my liking.
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Marius Nestor

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Linux kernel 4.7 just hit the stable channels of Arch Linux. Update now!!
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Henrik Danielsson's profile photoWilliam Maxwell Iceladen's profile photo
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+Henrik Danielsson I never said they weren't, I'm pretty sure my one line to start a service is more complex than unit files. 
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I need a little advice here, i need something light and fast.
What is lighter of the two, xfce or lxde?
I dont really care about bells and wistles, and compton works with both, so thats not a problem.

I just need something fast to use on a laptop with intel and 4 gigs of ram.

My main use is browsing, video and audio consumtion and some developing, and in the rare ocation a windows install runing in virtualbox.
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arno robin werkman's profile photoKevin Riehl's profile photo
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You can also make swap space as well to help with some cases of running out of ram. Though it's going to be tens of thousands of times slower than actual ram.
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