Gestern Abend bin ich aus Neugier spontan von #lmde zu #endeavouros gewechselt. Dabei dann auch von Cinnamon zu KDE Plasma. Bisher gefällt es. Hatte KDE das letzte Mal vor >10 Jahren getestet und fand es damals viel zu verspielt und überfrachtet mit Design Features.
Nur Mullvad-VPN und Balena Etcher haben sich etwas gesträubt. Mullvad läuft und Balena bekomme ich bestimmt auch noch hin...
Has Google blacklisted Mozilla Firefox and Vivaldi Browser for Linux?
It does not matter what Linux distro I install. A fresh install equals the same outcome:
"Widevine Content Decryption Module provided by Google Inc."
Does not install.-- WTF?! 🤔
EndeavourOS does not seem to work with Bluetooth at the moment either.
Going into settings, there is no add option. It only lists that there are no paired devices. Ironic, since the LiveUser on the ISO had no issue. 🤔
I performed the offline install, so there should be no change from the LiveUser.
#wayland and multi-monitors are not friends. Under #endeavouros , with #hyprland, I launch a #8 workspace, which appears rightfully on the external monitor. I go back to another workspace, then on workspace #1 which always open on the laptop screen, then switch to ws #8 which now opens and sticks to the laptop. Wtf!!
How can I tell hyprland to stick to the external monitor when one is connected, and stick everything there?
ormai è quasi un mese che uso #endeavouros e devo dire che non me ne sono pentito affatto, anche se non ero propenso ad usare derivate #arch. Non ho riscontrato ancora nessun problema o incontrato chissà quale difficoltà e mi sento di consigliarla a tutti gli utenti Debian e derivate che vogliono provare qualcosa di diverso e vogliono riscoprire il vecchio e sano gusto di smanettare
👨🚀 EndeavourOS Ditches Xfce for KDE Plasma with the Galileo Release | @9to5linux
"The devs explain the switch from Xfce to KDE Plasma as a way to make EndeavourOS development and maintenance easier for them as they have a more native experience with the Calamares installer"
EndeavourOS “Galileo” to nowa wersja tego systemu! Co wnosi?
EndeavourOS Galileo: Arch-Linux-Derivat setzt auf KDE Plasma https://www.computerbase.de/2023-11/endeavouros-galileo-arch-linux-derivat-setzt-auf-kde-plasma/ #EndeavourOS #Linux #KDEPlasma #Arch
EndeavourOS aktualisiert Startmedien und streicht Community-Editionen - LinuxCommunity
EndeavourOS Galileo KDE-vel - Magyar Linux Honlap
#linux #eos #endeavouros #arch
#EndeavourOS, an Arch-based distro, has launched a new version named 'Galileo', featuring #KDEPlasma as the Live environment and offline install option. This version also enables Local Hostname Resolution on new installations and robust LUKS2 encryption.
My current #Linux distribution of choice, #EndeavourOS (based on #ArchLinux), has finally released a new ISO featuring #Plasma instead of #Xfce as default desktop. https://endeavouros.com/news/slimmer-options-but-lean-and-in-a-new-live-environment-galileo-has-arrived/
As a long time #KDE user: Much appreciated from my site! It looks awesome and is a good opportunity to finally move my Desktop PC from #Manjaro to EndeavourOS. 😎 (Was too lazy to make the switch there because I use that system mostly for #LinuxGaming these days.)
More so, EndeavourOS makes it easy to submit bugs and supply fixes.
I cannot express how frustrating, generally, most Linux distros can be in that department.
That is not the case with EndeavourOS. If you have a problem, they want to hear about it, and they want to help.
Many Linux distros, make you jump through hoops to file bugs and supply fixes, if you're able. --- I never understood why, especially, if you're supplying the fix.
"I use Arch by the way" -- Is one of those memes that can be funny, ironic, and sad, but it does often convince newbies to try, Arch Linux.
The big problem with Arch Linux is how toxic vanilla Arch's community can be. I have witnessed and experienced people who were trolled by the staff, for helping newbies. And despite what they would like to believe, their Wiki is not to be all, above all
That's where EndeavourOS shines -They're friendly & helpful
EndeavourOS 11-2023, code-named "Galileo", has been released.
This is a major update of the project's Arch-based Linux distribution. In this release, the live ISO image ships with KDE Plasma desktop (instead of Xfce), Linux kernel 6.6.1 and an updated Calamares system installer.
In my opinion, EndeavourOS is the most friendly "out of the box" Arch distro for anyone looking to try Arch. Most notably, how helpful and friendly their community is.
EndeavourOS Xfce was the first Linux dist. on my laptop.
After maybe 2 months, I installed elementary OS to give it a try. Didn't feel like home so I tried Linux Mint Xfce. Couldn't try it fully because the WiFi drivers were not installed (not even in Live CD).
So I installed EndeavourOS Xfce again. Now I feel like home again 😌
Having to do some finishing touches before I am very pleased with my laptop. Stickers on the lid is the biggest piece that are missing.
EndeavourOS Galileo Release: Linux Astronauts Face Challenges
EndeavourOS Galileo rolled out, switching from Xfce to Plasma as the default desktop, and dropped some community editions.
I found out that Discord in my EndeavourOS install (KDE) just can’t produce notifications and isn’t supported anyway. Is there anything I can do about it, seeing as how it’s proprietary software, or just switch to Fedora or Kubuntu that have these notifications working after testing? #linux #linuxhelp #endeavouros
Sometime before #Windows10 support ends, I'm going to be installing #Linux on my #desktop again. Generally I use #LinuxMint for bare-metal installs, but I was thinking about running #ArchLinux via #EndeavourOS since it seems pretty nice in a #VM. I'd also messed with #Fedora #KDE and it's decent. Then I saw stuff about #NixOS and thought it was pretty cool how it avoids dependency issues, so I thought about getting into that even though I've never even tried it. What do you think I should run?
Just completed a fresh re-installation of my OS. (EndeavourOS)
I have everything installed, every program I need, all my apps, all my documents copied over backups restored etc.
That is a 921 GB hard drive
I have 871 GB left.
That's 50 Gig for the whole OS and every program I'll ever need (minus games) According to a more accurate program that would have been more awkward to screenshot the exact usage is 56.3 GB
This makes me happy.
È arrivato il nuovo piccolino (Think Pad x280). Ricondizionato, praticamente nuovo, sembra funzionare molto bene.
Inoltre non ero più abituato a una batteria che dura così tanto 😅
EndeavourOS già installata ma, prima di copiare la vecchia config di i3, si fa un giretto fuori perché è una bella giornata 😆
Il vecchio Acer invece, dopo 15 anni di onorato servizio, lo userò per esperimenti vari ma con i dovuti giorni di riposo, povero 😉
So far, I have on my list of possible distros:
- Fedora Workstation 39
- Straight up Arch
I still want to keep up with the latest video drivers but I also want more stability than anything else. Maybe even BTRFS so I can always roll back if needed?
EndeavourOS is making some big changes, Fedora has the latest Gnome. All good options.
It's still really weird that my #DualShock/#DualSense controllers still don't work with #Bazzite (#Ublue/#Fedora) on #bluetooth. They work fine wired. My bluetooth mouse works fine with it too. Definitely isn't an issue on the controllers' side since they work fine on bluetooth on my #ArchLinux PC out of the box, and also my #SteamDeck. They even work on said PC when it was on #EndeavourOS before I switched to Bazzite. It's the only thing holding me back from recommending or installing Bazzite on more systems.
I have done next to nothing all weekend, and whilst part of me is loving it, the other part of me is screaming at me to do something more productive.
Shout out to those using, Arch, by the way. 😅
As a community, who often uses the latest technology and may see things before most people realize they want or need them.
Your voice can be valuable.
openSUSE for the past 2 years as lacked direction. They're currently holding an anonymous survey asking people how they use Linux. It's open to everyone.
-- Why don't you give them your thoughts? 😉
The #EndeavourOS site indicates they're not able to be as active on the OS as they'd like, because of real life. I get that, absolutely. Does this mean it's not worth trying yet?
This is really bugging me lol cos so far all my debugging seems to show that I should be able to pair with these controllers via bluetooth but they still just couldn't.
I've verified that they do work on #EndeavourOS/#ArchLinux, but somehow not on #Fedora or rather #UBlue/#Bazzite. Both are using seemingly the same version of the #Linux kernel. The only thing indicating/pointing towards the issue are these logs but googling them returns nothing useful/relevant.
Until I manage to figure this out, I'm left with a really nice desktop but not able to use it for couch #gaming/entertainment.
bluetoothd: src/service.c:service_probe() input-hid profile probe failed for 7C:88:DE:8C:03:40 bluetoothd: profiles/input/server.c:connect_event_cb() Refusing input device connect: No such file or directory (2) bluetoothd: profiles/input/server.c:confirm_event_cb() Refusing connection from 7C:88:DE:8C:03:40: unknown device
Bluetooth connection to my Logitech K380 keyboard (which requires a PIN) was successful. Connection to my #DualSense and #DualShock4 controllers fail.
My #Slimbook / new laptop adventure continues! And with it a new blog post:
• why I decided for #EndeavourOS on a #Btrfs #RAID-1 on two #LUKS encrypted SSDs and not something else
• how I intend to mitigate the challenges this combination brings with it
• how to leverage #Tmpfs to make your SSD live longer and make your browser much faster
• #Borg is a great backup tool
• #Wayland … I hope
Been setting up and testing #Bazzite (which is essentially #UBlue/#Fedora with a #SteamOS like experience). Haven't really gotten to gaming on it yet but for general desktop use and content consumption, I've been loving it.
One big issue though, it's not able to pair/connect to any of my controllers via #bluetooth that I know do work perfectly on my #EndeavourOS/#ArchLinux PC as well as my #SteamDeck. These controllers include the #DualShock4 as well as the #DualSense.
Pairing them in #gaming mode would show as if they're paired successfully, and they do get in the paired list, but they couldn't stay connected at all. Every time it "connects", it doesn't really connect (not usable) and it'd disconnect after 1 second.
Pairing them in desktop mode would give an error saying that the setup wizard or something like that had failed to complete. They do still get added into the paired list, but gives similar behaviour when attempting to connect to them.
Should I distro hop my work (!) machine to #OpenSUSE Tumbleweed (and fight with its lack of polkit setup and "hurr durr durr just use the root password" attitude),
-- or --
Should I make a fair attempt at troubleshooting the problems I'm having with #EndeavourOS?
My login (selecting Plasma Wayland session) dumps me into an Xorg screen with 3 xterms. I then have to 'sudo systemctl restart sddm' and log in again...etc..
While I still think everyone should use, Mozilla Firefox, Vivaldi Browser appears to now offer an official installer for Arch Linux.
No need to depend on a 3rd party AUR anymore.
Performance is peachy. Real smooth. I am not rendering video or modelling 3D, but everything web and app runs just fine, including YouTube in HD. On the Intel integrated graphics! No dedicated video card.
You can get something like this for €40 to €80 and do all the normal stuff without thinking about it and it is Good Enough(tm)!u
I think I've found my new distro to call home! :ablobcatbongo: But before I say what it is, I thought it'd be fun to give some quick thoughts on the ones I tried along the way:
- #GarudaLinux : Much neon, very gamer! If you're the target audience, it's brilliant. But a bit too bloated and specific for me.
- #EndeavourOS : Arch with a pre-installed GUI, and that's it. Opposite of Garuda, comes with too little out of the box for me :rofl:
Thank you everyone for sharing your experiences! 😁
I've started my journey with #GarudaLinux, but I'm already overwhelmed with the amount of apps and bloat it provides - it looks really useful mind, it's just a lot to take in, as I usually like my desktop to be minimalistic.
As far as I can tell, #EndeavourOS just gives you the bare minimum for a GUI on top of Arch with some small helper apps sprinkled in, which I think might suit me better as I can just add what I need after.
Haven't broken #EndeavourOS yet while updating a couple of times so that is promising.
- Pantalla IPS 1080p
- SSD 512 GB
- Caddy de DVD reemplazado por un caddy de HDD (SSD extra de 512 GB)
- Procesador actualizado a un i7-4712MQ
- Pasta térmica Grizzly Kryonaut
- Teclado US reemplazado por otro con layout ES (original, de eBay)
- RAM actualizada a 12 GB
- Batería original de 9 celdas nueva
And how to customize KDE to my liking.
Yay, most of the shortcuts I have committed to muscle memory currently open something else! :ablobcathappypaws:
I wish that there was an good #Arch distro that was simple and easy like #Manjaro, because I really enjoy using it. #EndeavourOS makes me build all my apps, Arch makes me build my entire OS, #Garuda leans too heavily on the AUR.
At this very moment I’m installing #ArcoLinux, which I’m hoping will be a good Manjaro alternative.
For some reason, my tut.desktop shortcut won't work from the whisker menu or xfdashboard, but I can run it with gtk-launch, and from the command line. :/
~ $ cat .local/share/applications/tut.desktop
Name=tut CLI Mastodon Client
Comment=tut CLI Mastodon Client
I'm now on 99.9% #FOSS for professional creative work in the web industry and I absolutely love it.
For making videos to embed in webpages I use #Kdenlive, editing recordings captured with Simple Screen Recorder.
All on an #EndeavourOS system.
Clients see no difference at all on their end, everyone's happy.
Time for my #introduction post!
My name is Emma (Em or Emmy is also fine). My pronouns are she/her/hers. I'm a #trans woman who lives in Awabakal country (Australia). I've had this account for some time, but only recently moved here from @firstname.lastname@example.org 🙂
Some of the things I like are #gaming including #retro gaming, #tech and #linux
I use #EndeavourOS
Games I keep going back to include #warframe , #GuildWars2 , and #titanfall2
I enjoy watching various #speedrun
I am also white and have very left leaning politics
I hope to meet some more lovely people :blobhajheart:
Fresh install of #EndeavourOS QTile Community Edition with everything still default.
Posting here to see if an image upload issue I had was specific to my Akkoma instance. Alas, that appears to be the case.
For those to whom this might mean something; very sad news, we've lost one of our best penguins. At the very least, forum members of distros #archlinux , #manjarolinux , #endeavourOS & #garuda were extremely aware of his talent & generosity.
Vale Jonathon Fernyhough 😭
Since I upgraded my PC, I can't access my local web server from within the network using the local IP address. I haven't altered any default settings more than making Apache work for me (for an example, changing `/srv/http` to `/srv/http/html`).
Anyone who knows what the issue can be?
Can you save the configurations for the keyboard settings and the mouse theme settings, and other general settings, like choice of fonts and window opacity through compositor?
See the screenshots for what settings more specific I mean.
If you can save these configurations for restoration purposes, what files do I need to backup?
Came really close to using #Zorin, because it's *SO* windows-like, to the point of even showing the lg logo while booting (!!)
But the fractional scaling was a total eyebleed when viewing any images in Firefox. Newer Gnome versions are probably better at fractional scaling, but they're still on a three year old Ubuntu LTS base.
Still a very cool distro, though!
Hoping Tumbleweed works out. #EndeavourOS wasn't usable on this hardware :-(
I guess it's time for an updated #introduction.
I'm a #musician who plays guitar and mandolin, primarily.
(It's DANGEROUSLY easy to install...)
NixOS reminds me of #Emacs: a learning curve that pays off (eventually). Nix docs are fragmented, if plentiful, and while advanced tasks are A LOT, a basically functional system was surprisingly achievable.
Overall a fascinating #Linux timesink!
I am installing #EndeavourOS.
After all these years, I still run Linux on my desktop.
Time for the usual #Introduction post after the move!
I'm Sar (he/him), a professional IT Nerd (I'm an engineer in MECM) who is into the following:
I run #EndeavourOS :endeavourOS: as my daily driver and thought of it as a way to learn more about Linux, while at the same time avoid distractions (particularly from video games...).
Here's a screenshot of my desktop (KDE/Plasma + WhiteSur Dark + Latte Dock):
Want to order my new gaming PC now, but not sure if the motherboard and the CPU I've chosen works perfectly with Linux.
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5700X 3.4 GHz
Motherboard: ASUS TUF Gaming B550M-Plus
Will Linux (EndeavourOS more specifically) work flawlessly with these components?
Ok, time for a new #introduction post after the move!
I'm Sar (he/him), a professional IT Nerd (I'm an #SCCM engineer) who is into the following:
I'm Steve. I started my career doing #windows things in 2005 and last year I stopped and jumped into the #linux world head first. I like #golang, #k8s, #infra, #automation, and #learning. I'll talk about #neovim, #endeavouros, #asahilinux, #adhd, #trauma, and my family. I'm a big fan of @sigstore and @chainguard. I currently do #devops work for a #healthcare #startup called Machinify.