it did not explain why it is ntfs formated though.Boot on your arch instalation media and run :fdisk -l
Have you tried that? https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/pppd
2) http://wyldeplayground.net/gtk3-3-10-br … x-screens/, what is your version of gtk ?
try ssh -Y
Had the same error after nvidia update. Rebooting solved it.
please edit your first post, to mark the thread solved.
Not using pulseaudio, i cannot really help you.However a quick search in the forum gave me this.
To get a clearer ps output about memory i use :ps -e -o pid,vsz,comm= | sort -n -k 2But in your case i'm not sure it is gonna help.
Sorry about the bump.Well i did not think of that.
first i think Trilby may be right.anyway if you want to use netctl :netctl fail because wlp1s0 is already up, ip link set wlp1s0 down
netctl start library