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Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Right now there are lxqt openrc iso. Will there be runit of LXQt iso any time soon?

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #1
Make yourself a partition and mount it in /mnt
You can use the latest iso which is the artix base and runit to install
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# basestrap /mnt base base-devel runit

https://wiki.artixlinux.org/Main/Installation

This will get you a system to log into (after you get the bootloader all straight).
install xorg
install lxqt and galaxy/artix-lxqt-presets
install a display manager (lxdm or sddm) and the corresponding runit script if you want to boot and go straight to the DM login screen (ie sddm-runit)
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# ln -s /etc/runit/sv/sddm /run/runit/sddm

to get the service running
https://wiki.artixlinux.org/Main/Runit

Till the actual new isos appear try this and shoot any questions or problems here if you run into a problem.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #2
I will try

Also just a quick note,
When I try to grub-install --recheck /dev/sda
it failed saying that it can't find canonical path for overlay

I need to add --root-directory=/mnt for it to work

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #3
Oh, I have to chroot first

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #4
I reboot, but I am it said that I am not in the sudoers file

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #5
I can be root with su-
but now I have no internet

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #6
sv status NetworkManager
run: NetworkManager: (pid 1298) 233s

Its appear to be working

But sometime bash report

wlp2s0: Reject scan trigger since one is already pending

I run dmesg
IPv6: ADDCONF (NETDEV_UP): enp0s20u3: link is not ready
IPv6: ADDCONF (NETDEV_UP): wlp2s0: link is not ready

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #7
Basically you need to add your user into the wheel group  /etc/group and modify  the sudoers file as well
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sudo#Example_entries

Read through the runit wiki on how to enable/start services.  I don't know which networking you have chosen, NetworkManager used to be the default I think, or dhcpcd is what I use.

For anything artix specific look at the artix wiki, the rest you can look up at arch-wiki.

If you
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# ls /etc/runit/sv

You can see what services you have available
If you
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# ls /run/runit

You see what is already enabled
the following command links the installed service to the init sequence, that is how runit knows what to start.  For example dhcpcd (if you have dhcpcd-runit installed)
# ln -s /etc/runit/sv/dhcpcd /run/runit/dhcpcd  WRONG
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# ln -s /etc/runit/sv/dhcpcd /run/runit/service
CORRECT
will start/enable the dhcpc daemon which should get you connected.
If you have NetworkManager start that one.


Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #9
 I fix sudo just now thanks.

When I run
# ls /etc/runit/sv
There are NetworkManager

# ls /run/runit
Dont have networkmanager

I execute
# ln -s /etc/runit/sv/NetworkManager /run/runit/NetworkManager

Then I run
# ls /run/runit
I have networkmanager now

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #10
But I still can't connect to internet.
I use usb tethering from android

This is so sad

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #11
i will try reinstal

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #12
What does
# ip a
show you?

There used to be nm-tui and I think there are network-manager-applet and nm-connection-editor , see if you can install them through chroot

Also try dhcpcd-runitserv

Sorry I am not familiar with usb-tethering connections and whether they translate as interfaces.  The# ip a command should show active interfaces and their connection status.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #13
I finish reinstall

In the installation wiki

I install network manager by
pacman -S networkmanager networkmanager-runit network-manager-applet

I cannot do a rc-update command because its is not openrc
So I have to skip that and reboot and then do

# ln -s /etc/runit/sv/NetworkManager /run/runit/NetworkManager

after reboot