Hello, I wanted to try cinnamon so i followed archwiki. Everything went smoothly but when i tryed to run cinnamon i saw a blue background and then a "Sorry something went wrong. try to logout and loging again message". I did so but nothing changed.Could someone please help?Thanks alot
i also had that problem and here is how i solved it, but it was with Archboot "2k12-R4" USBdont know if its the same problemhttps://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=151773its because of a bug : https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/31894
I've cobbled together a bash loop to check this, but I've no doubt there's more sophisticated ways of finding out.for i in $(yaourt -Qqm); do
yaourt -Sia "$i" &>/dev/null || echo $i
doneRequires yaourt, obviously.
Take a look at this, maybe it helps you: .config-v7 (taken from here)You can use the target-options like CT_ARCH_ARCH="armv7-a" and CT_ARCH_FPU="vfpv3-d16" for your makepkg.confAlso take a look into the gentoo wiki, they often provide perfect configurations for things like that.EDIT: Hope you have an armv7-target, otherwise you should take a look at .config-v5 or .config-v6 con
Well, to help along the way, I found this: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sy … er_boot.3FThat worked exactly as described. Now, though, the interface isn't failing anymore, so I can't diagnose what was happening in the first place, haha.Speculation still welcome. I don't much prefer to simply let a problem "disappear" without knowing what it was.