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Recent content by Gnuserland

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    Question How to disable the "pop!_shop" daemon?

    Oh Man... I hate packagekit... 🤦‍♂️ Let me see if there is any systemd services associated with packagekit...
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    Question How to disable the "pop!_shop" daemon?

    Hi there, can anyone lead me on the right direction to disable the pop!_shop daemon? By any chance are those services involved? apt-daily-upgrade.timer apt-daily.timer Thanks in advance!
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    New article about uncommon graphic application tools

    This is actually an integration of another article, I have been pretty busy for a while but eventually I was able to finish it! https://write.snopyta.org/gnuserland/still-about-graphic-design-applications
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    Solved Custom and local .desktop file does not work...

    This has been solved... [Desktop Entry] Name=SVG-Cleaner Comment=A GUI for SVG-Cleaner; SVG-Cleaner helps you clean up your SVG files, keeping them free from unnecessary data. Terminal=false Icon=applications-graphics Type=Application Exec=/home/pop/Bin/svg-cleaner/svgcleaner-gui...
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    Solved Custom and local .desktop file does not work...

    Hi there, I have a .desktop launcher, stored in ~/.local/share/applications/, that works fine on Debian and XFCE4 but it doesn't work with POP! and Gnome3, I am not aware if there are some policies that belong to Gnome or POP!/Ubuntu that prevent to run locals binaries. This menu entry is not...
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    Question Solved Boot in verbose mode by default?

    Thanks to all, my nerdy boot has been restored... 😌
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    Question Solved Boot in verbose mode by default?

    Thanks, I have to check this kernelstub out... By the way aren't those commands entries to add to the loader.conf, right?
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    Question Solved Boot in verbose mode by default?

    This is from my Serwal... sudo tree /boot /boot ├── config-5.0.0-21-generic ├── config-5.0.0-23-generic ├── efi │ ├── EFI │ │ ├── BOOT │ │ │ └── BOOTX64.EFI │ │ ├── Pop_OS-ac1f6454-1b42-4b85-bac8-a2a71629ec8f │ │ │ ├── cmdline │ │ │ ├── initrd.img │ │ │ ├──...
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    Question Solved Boot in verbose mode by default?

    Never mind, you're right I have to check at home... I did a lot virtual installations with efi enabled but the last one I did was a standard one...
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    Question Solved Boot in verbose mode by default?

    Thanks for your reply! Actually I didn't see that folder... This is the tree from a Virtual Machine but I am pretty sure is the same on my Serval at home: tree /boot /boot ├── config-5.0.0-15-generic ├── config-5.0.0-21-generic ├── grub │ ├── fonts │ │ └── unicode.pf2 │ ├──...
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    Question Solved Boot in verbose mode by default?

    Hi All, I would like to have a boot in verbose mode with the list of the kernels and bios available by default like GRUB2 does, I read the manual and I saw you should create a file "loader.conf" in the boot loader folders. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd-boot#BIOS_boot...
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    Question Flatpak and Nvidia Run-time

    Thanks for your reply, so am I thought that could be one of the causes...
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    Rebase POP! on PureOS

    I disagree with your statement on many fronts. And proprietary software is a big issue for the floss ecosystem, disincentives people to learn and discovery alternatives, promote unsure software on your computer and eventually will promote also the piracy. If you believe in the 4 freedoms then...
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    Question Flatpak and Nvidia Run-time

    Hi there, FLATPAK is a topic relatively new for anyone and I have very few knowledge about it, I basically I installed some applications that haven't the latest version available on POP/Ubuntu through Flatpak, everything is cool but since the moment FLATPAK is confined it seems the applications...
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    Rebase POP! on PureOS

    I kindly disagree, the use of proprietary software on Linux provokes a lot of counter side effects and it sticks in the people mind the fact that professional/reliable/cool/whatever software must be proprietary or commercial as usual and eventually they leave Linux; because if you foster the...