I have the same situation since yesterday morning. So far I haven't any solution but I found this:
According to Hector R on this issue on GitLab
flatpak install org.freedesktop.Platform/x86_64/19.08
flatpak uninstall --unused
NOTE: in the latest step maybe the system update some packages and ...
AppImages are not automatically integrated in elementary. I faced the same problem for an application I needed. (I second the suggestion from @cassidy-james-blaede, use Flatpak if possible, in my case it wasn't)
Fortunately the AppImage documentation has some nice information about integrating them with Desktop Environment
There are two available solutions:...
There seems to be a problem with the last update of xserver-xorg-core-hwe-18.04 or xserver-xorg-legacy-hwe-18.04 with Radeon graphics cards, which break the rendering of boxes and tooltips.
They just uploaded a fix in launchpad. Just update the packages to their newer versions
xserver-xorg-video-amdgpu-hwe-18.04:amd64 from 19.0.1-1~18.04.1 to
AppImages don't automatically add .desktop files to the appropriate FreeDesktop standard place needed to show up in the Applications Menu. There is a daemon you can install to automatically manage AppImage .desktop launchers, but I don't have experience with that directly.
If you have the choice, it's typically recommended to use Flatpak apps on elementary ...
Yes elementary-tweak work very well with Hera's release.
I have it and I have no problem with. Like say @Bo_rislav :
Of course if you set a broken theme or something the layout will be
broken but the os will not be destroyed if this is what you ask.
Here the link to the Github's project :
Can you tell if the problem is specific to io.elementary.terminal (the default elementaryOS terminal GUI), or is it the Bash shell in general?
Try keyboard combo Ctrl-Alt-F2 to switch to another virtual console (TTY), log in as the same user, and try using Tab Completion there. If you haven't switched TTY before, remember that by default pressing Ctrl-Alt-...
According to the announcement blog post:
…if you’re on an existing Juno install and would like or need the improved hardware support, you can install it from Terminal with the following command:
sudo apt install --install-recommends linux-generic-hwe-18.04 xserver-xorg-hwe-18.04
If you want to update elementary OS 5.0 to 5.1 you can use the classic manual method
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt upgrade
$ sudo apt dist-upgrade
$ sudo reboot
check if you are in elementary OS 5.1 after reboot
$ cat /etc/os-release
PRETTY_NAME="elementary OS 5.1 Hera"
Apparently he would have to update the kernel, I answered someone a few minutes ago on another post.
Launch the terminal whithout mouse and shortcut for terminal
SUPER + Space
Search terminal or the name of your terminal
Follow instruction in the link to the top
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I don't know what is libpoppler85 but I think is dependencies package from specific apps but I don't know but which one.
For repair broken package you can do that
$ sudo apt update --fix-missing
$ sudo apt install -f
personally I often use the second command following the manual installation of a .deb to install ...
The problem with rolling back to Juno (considering you take LinkPhoenix advice to reinstall Juno from scratch) is that Hera comes as an automatic update, so you wouldn't EVER be able to update anything on your system, or Hera would come along. Not sure this is what you want.
I had the same problem and could not find a solution, you can set the timer to a smaller value in: /etc/systemd/system.conf. (If it is empty, here is a copy: https://p.ip.fi/bZfs)
Uncomment line DefaultTimeoutStopSec=90s then change it to a lower value.
Then run systemctl daemon-reload
Hope it helps...
Great answers. Another way to create desktop entries is by using the AppEditor ( https://appcenter.elementary.io/com.github.donadigo.appeditor/ ).
It works for appimages and any other type of application.
Running this command will remove the transparency effect in Terminal:
gsettings set io.elementary.terminal.settings background 'rgb(46, 46, 46)'
To return to default, run:
gsettings set io.elementary.terminal.settings background 'rgba(46, 46, 46, 0.95)'
Let us know if this affects battery life or not :)
There is a new update in order to make not only fullscreen but also maximized applications to go to a new space automatically and there is a call for testing on another website. Probably because of this feature the option for switching on and off the dynamic workspaces is removed, I cannot say if it will be changed or not after the next updates, but for the ...
what I recommend you is to try to do this using command lines. Open your terminal application and execute
! without sudo, otherwise you will receive an error message. Another option that works for me in a bit complicated situations is sudo flatpak repair.
The instructions point to adding their repository:
$ sudo add-apt-repository \
"deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu \
$(lsb_release -cs) \
In elementary OS, lsb_release -cs will output hera, for which that repository does not contain anything.
But, as elementary OS is based on Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic, you can easily ...
The solution I found for the same problem is to make a new Custom shortcut - System settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Custom shortcut , click on the little + on the bottom left side of the right pannel, then add a custom command io.elementary.terminal -n and in the right of it click/tap the Disabled and then use Super+t. The system will inform you that you ...
UPDATE I might have an actual answer / workaround: booting with kernel 5.0 (instead of 5.3) makes these issues disappear. During boot, select "Advanced options for elementary", then "elementary, with Linux 5.0.0-37-generic" (instead of the default 5.3.0-26-generic option). With this older kernel, the screen update issues do not occur for me.
There's a problem with the xserver-xorg-core-hwe-18.04 update of Jan 16 and radeon graphics cards.
There are newer versions of the package to download. More explained version of this answer in this post.
Or download the newer packages in here.
I have found some solutions here:
missing models.dat file
One gyu suggested to create a symbolic links with the ls -l command. I do not have this problem with my Canon MG 2550S, however you can use find or locate to find the dat file and make a symbolic link.
You have to update elementary-tweaks package also in order to work with Hera. When the update to Hera was released, elementary tweaks behave like you explain, but after a while it was updated also and now it works as before, only slingshot options for raws and columns are missing, because it was removed from the OS, only 5x3 grid is presented at the moment. ...
That repository was not updated for a very long time. As the error says, there are no packages available for Ubuntu bionic (elementary OS 5.1 is built on it) in that repository:
One valid way to get those icons is to clone the GitHub repository elementaryPlus and use the install.sh script to install it.
Use sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:cybre/...