[manjaro-dev] [Support] a short report on my own findings on the latest mate image.
southernprince73 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 20:16:54 CET 2017
I sent a reply to this message with the dmesg output, but I dunno if
it'll make it or not. That particular message is awaiting approval.
Registered Linux user 600552
On 01/01/2017 08:46 AM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> what fatals; errors, and warnings are in dmesg output for failing
> system once booted?
> On Sun, 1 Jan 2017, Mark Peveto via Support wrote:
>> Date: Sun, 1 Jan 2017 08:36:59
>> From: Mark Peveto via Support <support at sonargnulinux.com>
>> Reply-To: Mark Peveto <southernprince73 at gmail.com>
>> To: Sonar Support List <support at sonargnulinux.com>
>> Cc: manjaro-dev at manjaro.org
>> Subject: [Support] a short report on my own findings on the latest
>> mate image.
>> Hi all,
>> I've written the same report to both the manjaro dev list and the
>> sonar list.
>> I can confirm Kendell's findings on the mate basic image we've been
>> testing. The installer runs, and after the install is complete, all
>> that comes up on reboot is a console with no speech.
>> I logged into the console blindly, as it were, with no speech, and
>> had to do the following to even access the system remotely with the
>> working version of Sonar that I have running on another machine.
>> sudo systemctl enable sshd
>> sudo systemctl start sshd
>> sudo systemctl enable dhcpcd
>> sudo systemctl start dhcpcd
>> Once that was done, I was able to ssh into the test machine with the
>> working version of Sonar from back in July, and enable and start
>> sudo systemctl enable lightdm
>> sudo systemctl start lightdm
>> Ad Kendell indicated, the mate gui then comes up, but still no orca.
>> I started it with alt f-2 and tping orca. I've now got a keystroke
>> defined to do that once the system boots. Kendell's right when he
>> said that most newer users won't want to go through all that when
>> they install sonar.
>> Anyhow, I do have a talking mate basic image now, even though it took
>> jumping through some hoops to get it going.
>> What is needed from this point? I can probably do some stuff after
>> church this morning.
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