I reinstalled lua and it isnt helping BTW i installed kubuntu - opensuse - mint kde and everything is working fine on this OS... (everything is updated as i updated chakra on first boot too)
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Personally I'm not a big fan of keeping a home partition. Too many possible incompatibilities between different versions. Make a backup, and start fresh, always the least amount of trouble in the long run. I came to Chakra about a year ago from Mepis wanting to try a newer KDE. There is a learning curve with pacman and QT vs GTK but it's been fairly painless to ke
abveritas wrote:Before blaming Chakra, might be a good idea to check if you are updated, nss a bit old?http://chakra-project.org/packages/inde … pkg.tar.xzIf you get an error about nss 3.13.1, means you probably have it installed.I meant nss 3.14.1 not nss 3.14-1. Also, I'm not blaming Chakra for anything, I think you guys are great!
The Chakra Development Team is proud to announce the release of Chakra 2011.04 codenamed Aida. Two month passed since Chakra 2011.02. Now it is time for Aida to impress. We added kernel 220.127.116.11 and lots of package updates. KDE got updated to 4.6.2 with our chakra-patches added, such as our hardware detection including the latest drivers.
stephenmac7 wrote:I can confirm that Ubuntu/Kubuntu takes about 1/3 of the time to boot than Chakra.It pretty much all comes down to init system. Do you use the default or have you installed systemd? The latter is usually a lot faster and can be configured to be faster than anything avaible anywhere.
Today i was helping a friend to install chakra 2013.03 to his pc where previously had windows 7(200gb) EFI partition and openSUSE (800gb) with 2gb of swap, 30gb ext4 as root and the rest for the /home. So he installed chakra using the same partitions.
Chakra basically stopped working with the latest update to xorg and ati, it worked fine before with ati 12.4 Catalyst but 12.6 is a no go. I tried out the latest Chakra Claire, it would boot fine of live CD with graphics but I would get a message of unknown graphic. After install and update, I installed Catalyst and it was the same story, system would boot to a blinking cursor.
Hello,Welcome on Chakra ! I hope it'll increase your computer usage !Well, that's nice from you . But I think this topic will be better into PKGBUILD Help or PKGBUILD Requests.Also, you have the IRC channel #chakra on irc.freenode.org, and in some language too, like #chakra-fr .Cordially, Koshie.
I'm relatively new to Chakra, having used Kubuntu for a long time.I need to install (build) a newer version of ModemManager (0.7) for some work I need to do.qmi-glib is a dependancy for this.I'm trying to build libqmi-glib from source (there's no chakra package)When I run ./configure this is the error I get :http://paste.chakra-project.org/4601/I've installed glib (ccr) , glib2