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- Sep 6 2015, 2:35 PM (211 w, 19 h)
Mar 21 2016
Mar 15 2016
Was solved by now. No idea what fixed it, but it's gone by now.
No real problem with that, as long as it will reappear in dasiatys. Just annoying since some applications still require it for the systray to work (Skype in example).
Feb 10 2016
I upgraded from 3.0 to 4.0 yesterday and am running in the same issue. So it is certainly still there...
Jan 27 2016
Jan 26 2016
sudo apt install linux-image-amd64 does not work, didn't before either.
No. It just didn't do it ;-)
hmh, was not on hold, just didn't automatically install linux-image-4.3.0 and marked it as "unmet dependency". Forcing linux-image-4.3.0-amd64 made linux-image-amd64 possible to be installed.
Seems to work. Though, linux-image-amd64 (4.3.0-1) seems to be kept back after this, but that's intended I guess.
Jan 25 2016
Nov 12 2015
No upstream bug for that, I just experienced it on both too. Same with the systed...
I'm on Arch now (Tanglu got too unstable for my daily use), but I wanted you to know that after a later sddm update this re-appeared, but it was not the chmod on the xsession but seemed some other issue.
Seems to be upstream, having the same issues with debian and kubuntu.
Sep 15 2015
Sep 14 2015
Seems as if since I removed modemmanager bootup won't finish at all, at least according to systemd.
My mistake, installed it yesterday 17:32 already and didn't realize it (it was the time when i re-installed the package and did the chmod on my own).
Sep 13 2015
I still didn't get it by the mirror ... strange (using tanglu.org mirror).
Sep 12 2015
I don't know how to get the package without the mirror providing it. Will check back as soon as I get it by the mirror :-).
~$ sudo journalctl --disk-usage Archived and active journals take up 280.0M on disk.
Re-Opening the bug (see the comment above).
Again, sddm does not boot after the 0.12.0-0tanglu0.5 update. Again had to chmod Xsession manually to make it start.
Sep 7 2015
sddm/chromodoris-updates,now 0.12.0-0tanglu0.3 amd64 [installed,automatic]
Sep 6 2015
Yep, that fixed it.
Why not put that into the post-install just to be safe?