equo update ; equo install equo entropy sulfur layman portage ; equo conf update ; equo world --multifetch=8 ; equo conf update ; equo libtest ; equo deptest ; equo install nvidia-drivers ati-drivers
equo libtest ; equo deptest ; equo conf update ; equo install module-rebuild ; equo module-rebuild rebuild ; equo world ; equo conf update ; equo install nvidia-drivers ati-drivers
billk wrote:I installed 4.1 and it seemed to work. I updated repositories and a very long process started that turned out to be a full update to 4.2. Now little works. Spritz does not work. Installed sulfur at command line but it does not appear. entropy does not work. Spritz does not work. 3d desktop effects cannto be enabled. Sound errors are reported. The whole system seems a mess. (already tried equo install sulfur, equo update --force, equo install entropy.) Any ideas, or is it back to Ubuntu?
WarraWarra wrote:Sulfur ends up in xfce or gnome or kde menu's and right click them = add to desktop to make a desktop icon.
The sound problem is that at start up I receive a message that the analog for REaltec ALC888 does not work and it is reverting to the digital. However, when I test the audio, digital, of course, does not work, but analog does. So it seems to be a false message, though the startup sound does not happen.
equo remove pulseaudio --nodeps
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