[manjaro-dev] report on mate basic installation

Stefano Capitani stefano at manjaro.org
Sun Dec 18 23:12:06 CET 2016

Hi Kendell .. well i have modify the profiles.conf for mate-mate 
profiles , seem i have missed to port into 0.13.8 changes i have now 
correct ( i have ported gnome-basic and lost mate-basic sorry ) ..
if is possible when you have set orca fine you can send me the result 
file of this command :

in a terminal do

dconf dump /org/mate/ > gsettings.txt

this command print in gsettings.txt all gsettings keys of your mate 
installation .. after i compare the keys in the desktop-settings .. if 
is not possible i search myself

thank you :)
Stefano Capitani

Il 2016-12-18 22:05 kendell clark ha scritto:
> hi all
> Since phil and stefano want us to test mate basic, I have it installed
> hear on my dell alongside windows 10. I had zero issues with the live
> image but a couple of them after installation, which may be due to
> some systemd services not being set in the profile.conf file. I'll
> detail them below.
> First, the login manager, lightdm, isn't enabled to start at system
> start by systemd, so you're thrown into a login prompt at the command
> line without speech. To fix this just enable it with sudo systemctl
> enable lightdm
> Second, the bluetoothd,  and org.cups.cupsd services are likewise
> disabled, leading to bluetooth devices and printers not working. Easy
> fix, just enable them.
> Also, lots of printer drivers are not installed by default. Again,
> easy fix, just install foomatic-db-ppds, foomatic-db-nonfree-ppds,
> foomatic-db-gutenprint and foomatic-db-gutenprint-ppds and you'll get
> them all. Since this is meant to be a basic image and not full, these
> can easily be ignored, since mate basic is meant  to test stuff before
> it hits the full edition, so  the services being disabled needs to be
> checked on the full image. The last issue is that orca isn't set to
> start when mate is started. It looks like there's an error in our
> gsettings file, when it tries to load it reports that
> org.mate.applications-at doesn't exist, which means taht maybe a typo
> was made? This gsettings stuff is well over my head so I'll stay out
> of it and let you guys handle it. Other than that, sonar works just
> fine with no issues, including no GPU problems I had with the latest
> stable image, so clearly there was a bug somewhere.
> Thanks
> Kendell Clark
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