Last post by mandog -
You have done a nice job with this its great to see a gnome openrc version.
Allas its not without a few niggles The theme you use really slows things down like opening apps and a delay in closing apps This is the theme I use Mc-OS-Transparent-1.3 dark theme with a hint of background transparency
I'm glad you enabled Bluetooth out the box as it should be in gnome Good work keep it up.
Try to boot any Artix ISO on PC without UEFI , that SystemD of a BIOS world : either VirtualBox/QEMU, or old PC, or - even better - any PC with an opensource coreboot BIOS with SeaBIOS payload (modern legacy-style BIOS without bloated/backdoored UEFI crap). Then try to choose the "Installed BIOS-System on" menu entry. You'll get a black square and PC will be forever stuck on it. Also, in that list once I saw an icon which looked like a "Menu key"
but when you press Enter when this option is selected - nothing seems to happen: just a screen refreshes and your selection returns on "keytable=us" for some reason. Same thing for the unselectable empty lines below and above that "Installed BIOS-System on".
If I choose "From CD/DVD/ISO: artix.x86_64" - the LiveCD boots OK and I'm able to install & use Artix, but it would be nice if someone could fix the LiveCD problems mentioned above
Last post by rpallen -
I just installed Artix/XFCE/s6. I tried extracting a file by right clicking it and selecting "extract here". I got an error message something like there was no program to extract it. I installed unzip (sudo pacman -S unzip) and tried again with the same result. However, I was able to extract the file with unzip in the terminal (unzip file.zip) with no problem. Why won't it work from the right-click menu?
I would personally symlink the binaries to /usr/bin instead of changing PATH
That's a good suggestion, If something goes wrong during the init process I don't have to worry about accidentally running the wrong binary. The tradeoff is that collisions are more likely when installing packages.
But this is something I'm already dealing with wrt configuration files. I'll have to give it some thought.