Live architecture of antiX can be applied to other Linux distros

Forum Forums Official Releases antiX-19 “Marielle Franco, Hannie Schaft, Manolis Glezos” Live architecture of antiX can be applied to other Linux distros

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  • #54672
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    skidooskidoo

    That exact (python-xdg) error has been discussed here in the forum, and as far as I know has been fixed in later versions, so… I suspect the antiX -provided utility packages installed on the affected 19.3 system are not the latest (fixed) versions.

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    When requesting help, pasting the output from inxi -Fzr command will provide important relevant details:
    antiX version//edition ~~ stable vs testing repos ~~ live vs installed vs virtualbox ~~ hardware specs

    #54674
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    AvatarDzhigit

    I suspect the antiX -provided utility packages installed on the affected 19.3 system are not the latest (fixed) versions.

    I am using unstable/sid/ceres repos. desktop-menu-antix is version 0.1.1

    #54675
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    AvatarDzhigit

    When I run with –no-icons, all of the errors go away except for “Unable to to init server: Could not connect: Connection refused”, which is shown twice.

    #54676
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    skidooskidoo

    v— seems to be for an unrelated issue [so removed, to avoid further confusion]

    • This reply was modified 1 week ago by skidoo.

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    When requesting help, pasting the output from inxi -Fzr command will provide important relevant details:
    antiX version//edition ~~ stable vs testing repos ~~ live vs installed vs virtualbox ~~ hardware specs

    #54687
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    AvatarDzhigit

    The solution you posted seems to be for an unrelated issue. Currently, I am getting these errors from desktop-menu and desktop-defaults-run.

    #54689
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    AvatarDzhigit

    My mistake, I uploaded the screenshot with desktop-defaults-run running as root. But when it is run as user demo, I have the same error.

    EDIT: Actually, it is different

    • This reply was modified 1 week ago by Dzhigit.
    #54693
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    DaveDave

    Oh excellent, thank you for the testing using net/core.
    The desktop-menu script not finding the icons is likely because gtk3 is not available.
    apt install python3-gi libgtk-3-0 libgtk-3-common

    The desktop-defaults-run error is because there is no desktop code available ($DESKTOP_CODE or ~/.desktop-session/desktop-code.[0-9])
    A more graceful error should be made for this.

    There also appears to be no valid X display running. The programs should probably bow out right away if this is the case…
    I am guessing this is because you are trying (wanting?) to run programs sand boxed in a qemu environment.
    What is the output of the command “env”?

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    #54695
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    AvatarDzhigit

    I already installed those python gtk packages manually due to past experience.

    #54699
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    AvatarDzhigit

    I don’t know how, but suddenly, desktop-menu is now working perfectly. The desktop-defaults-run error disappeared, but it still just prints the name of the program and doesn’t actually launch it.

    #54703
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    AvatarDzhigit

    well after looking at the desktop-defaults-run script, I figured it out. please add gksu as a dependency of desktop-defaults-antix.

    #55091
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    AvatarDzhigit

    Glad that it works – I’ll upload it to our repos.

    Okay, I think I have spoken too soon. Ever since installing your iwd, somehow Wi-Fi works but it loses connection, and I have to restart the iwd service every few hours. And, scanning does not work in connman.

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