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Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #16
You're doing it wrong.

It should've been

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ln -s /etc/runit/sv/<service name> /run/runit/service

Then a new symlink to NetworkManager (/run/runit/service/NetworkManager) will be made inside /run/runit/service.
the runit guy on artix

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #17
Sorry, I confused you with my example, I haven't done it in a while.  I corrected it so nobody else makes the same mistake.

I use this pkg called net-tools which incorporates ifconfig (interface - conf..)
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# ifconfig 
Will show you what is active

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# ifconfig enp0s25 up
will bring the interface up (sudo if not in root/su)
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# ifconfig wlp2s0 down
will bring your wifi interface down if you are not using it.

If you want easier if names (like eth0 and wlan0) add this to /boot/grub/grub.cfg  in the linux line net.ifnames=0 or add it in /etc/default/grub so everytime you update grub it will be entered automatically on each entry.

Once online I recommend artools-base and learn how to use them.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #18
Just as an FYI, I've done usb tethering once with a dhcpcd and runit setup and found that I had to add the mac address of the device (via the ip command) for it to work. I don't know if NetworkManager does this for you or not. I also can't exactly remember the details so I'm afraid I can't be of much specific help.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #19
Just as an FYI, I've done usb tethering once with a dhcpcd and runit setup and found that I had to add the mac address of the device (via the ip command) for it to work. I don't know if NetworkManager does this for you or not. I also can't exactly remember the details so I'm afraid I can't be of much specific help.

USB tethering work with live usb but not after reboot.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #20
Sorry, I confused you with my example, I haven't done it in a while.  I corrected it so nobody else makes the same mistake.

I use this pkg called net-tools which incorporates ifconfig (interface - conf..)
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# ifconfig 
Will show you what is active

Code: [Select]
# ifconfig enp0s25 up
will bring the interface up (sudo if not in root/su)
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# ifconfig wlp2s0 down
will bring your wifi interface down if you are not using it.

If you want easier if names (like eth0 and wlan0) add this to /boot/grub/grub.cfg  in the linux line net.ifnames=0 or add it in /etc/default/grub so everytime you update grub it will be entered automatically on each entry.

Once online I recommend artools-base and learn how to use them.

Hold on, re installing with net-tools

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #21
This is getting out of hand

I did
Install net-tools

Reboot, unplug usb

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

Reboot

# sv status NetworkManager
down: NetworkManager: 1s, normally up, want up

hmmm

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

file already exist

# sv up NetworkManager
still down

# sv restart NetworkManager
timeout: down NetworkManager: 0s, normally up, want up

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #22
May be I have to use something else than network manager

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #23
not sure if this help but when I boot live usb
I select : From CD/DVD/ISO: artix.x86_64

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #24
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# ifconfig

How many interface names do you have?  lo   enp025s..  wl***... ?
Maybe the networkmanager is trying to configure the wifi and you have no firmware for it and is taking too long.
When you boot with usb do you have a network connection? 

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #25
I start live usb with USB/HDD this time

rebooted

Performed
ln -s /etc/runit/sv/NetworkManager /run/runit/service


sv status NetworkManager
run: NetworkManager: (pid 1349) 658s

ifconfig
https://i.imgur.com/RbI5Y5Yg.jpg
nmcli
https://i.imgur.com/nAGzYk9g.jpg
nmcli show device nmcli show connection
https://i.imgur.com/rAuc0JLg.jpg

Don't know if this is important but it is wifi which i didn't use
wlp2s0: Reject scan trigger since one is already pending

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #26
Guyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyys
SSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDDDDDDD

I run

dhcpcd

and booooom

I didn't even install dhcpcd-runit

I always think networkmanager will do the job, seems that its not.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #27
ummmmm
So I install plasma-meta sddm-runit

and then execute
# ln -s /etc/runit/sv/sddm /run/runit/sddm

It immediately take me to login screen, but when I put my password, it said
Could not sync environment to dbus
And then it freeze

I don't know how to go back to cli
pressing ctrl+alt f1-f12 wont work

reboot take me immediately to login screen

also i didn't do this yet
nano /etc/conf.d/xdm   <- edit and set DISPLAYMANAGER="sddm"

not sure if that the cause

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #28
Welp, I guess \i will reinstall.

Re: Will there be runit of LXQt iso?

Reply #29
Why don't you just boot into /bin/sh and remove sddm from the runlevel? Append init=/bin/sh to your kernel commandline, remount your root r/w (mount / -o remount,rw) and remove sddm. Reboot and profit.