Thank you for choosing Netrunner Rolling – 2018.01.
Here is a quick overview of known issues, followed by a “how-to” use certain parts of the system.
Discover shows error:
Please open yakuake or a terminal and enter:
sudo pacman -S netrunner/packagekit netrunner/libpackagekit-glib --noconfirm
If you have a problem with sddm.conf error, please enter the following commands:
sudo pacman -Syy
sudo pacman -S sddm --force
sudo pacman -Su
Stuck on login, no sddm:
Please login with your normal username and password, then reinstall sddm from the command line:
sudo pacman -S sddm
Blank Screen during Boot:
When booting from USB and the Desktop does not come up in Live Mode (stuck at Command Line), select “nonfree” from the options to boot with a different gfx driver.
A quick introduction to pacman:
To install a package or list of packages (including dependencies):
# sudo pacman -S package_name (package_name2 …)
To remove a package, leaving all of its dependencies installed:
# sudo pacman -R package_name
To remove a package and its dependencies which are not required by any other installed package:
# sudo pacman -Rs package_name
To update database and then upgrade all packages:
# sudo pacman -Syu
Further read here: http://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Pacman_Tips
Since Rolling is based on Manjaro (Arch), you can also have a look at their forums or wiki:
(Add Network Drive)
samba-mounter helps you mount NAS drives with a GUI and make them available transparently for KDE and non-KDE programs.It also tries to reconnect them during next startup, so they are available without re-configuration.Added folders are also displayed under a special “Network” folder in your “home” directory, so you can access (read and write) them directly with your applications like amarok, libreoffice, etc.
For more tutorials check our Screencast section with Video Tutorials.