What does this python2 error mean, and what should I do about it?view story

http://askubuntu.com – Disclaimer: I'm running Arch Linux, not ubuntu, but that should be irrelevant, or if it isn't I should be able to translate from apt to pacman. Whenever I attempt to use an application relating to python2(gnome-tweak-tool, bzr, etc.) it fails to start and, when run from command-line, I get this error: [username@host ~]$ gnome-tweak-tool Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/pyt (HowTos)

archlinux cannot boot after replace module init with kmodview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I install archlinux (latest iso from the repository), then I install broadcom-wl and connect to the network to run pacman -Syu everything is OK, then I run pacman -Syu again, it ask that shall I replace module-init with kmod I type yes, and archlinux says rc.conf and profile.d/locale.sh conflicts. I found the -f option will force replace the configuration So I try pacman (HowTos)

b43 upgrade - does not have a valid architectureview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I was hoping to make some more progress by now.Today, I tried again. This time I was successful in upgrading pacman first, then the whole system to the latest.pacman -Sy pacmanpacman -SuyI was hoping my problem might go away.Again, I seem to have 2 options? I need to install the firmware for b43.When I select my wireless option in Gnome Shell, it does say firmware missing. (HowTos)

#!/Arch Linux compare and contrastview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm gonna open a thread on a topic that has been covered in a lot of different ways by a lot of different people, because I just installed Arch Linux for the first time.I'm not intending to put my opinion into this much, just make as objective a comparison as I can from my experiences so far.  I'd love for open discussion and comparison between the two to take place, but I&#039 (HowTos)

New ISO,Kde 4.8, How stable ?view story

http://chakra-project.org – @tetris Thanks for prompt answer.  I was comparing ISO chakra 2011.12  not yet updated  since the  new ISO  2012-02-12 ( I will do sudo pacman -SYY and pacman SYU this weekend. (HowTos)

LVM issues after upgrade to kernel 3.2.5view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hello All,My main machine has 4 x 500 GB HDDs in a RAID0 configuration with LVM on top of that.  I recently migrated from Kubuntu to Arch, and all was working well.This morning I did a pacman -Syu which pulled down the latest kernel.  However, if failed to boot, with the error:     No volume groups foundafter running the LVM2 hook.I booted the Arch install CD, and ran:&#16 (HowTos)

Samsung RV720view story

http://chakra-project.org – i have the lower version of your laptop (rv520) specs are very similarfor the touchpad i resolved installing the elantech module from aur withpacker -S psmouse-elantechfor the backlight is a bit tricky (an not yet fully funcitional, so far i've been able to control the brightness only during the startup with the fn keys,but i'm working on it)you have to compile a kernel modul including y (HowTos)

[SOLVED] latest pacman upgrade - hoping for news updateview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – .:B:. wrote:If you have the multilib repo enabled and gcc-multilib enabled: it breaks all the time. (HowTos)

Scan to PDFview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – My suggestion may not work for you, because I have no problems with simple-scan. It may be that your scanner issues are at a deeper level, like drivers or something.However... assuming your problem is just an application convenience problem, this might be of interest. I recently wrote some Perl scripts to scan quickly and efficiently to PDF from the command-line. (HowTos)

Cannot generate key after fresh installview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – It certainly doesn't need to be immediately after - but you will not be able to use package signing until it is generated.  My point was more that you shouldn't stop the process then retry it later, though I was also under the mistaken impression that you had X already.  I'd suggest running the key init in one tty, then when it gives you that message, just leave it be (don (HowTos)