This was fixed when the latest update of nautilus, which I applied this morning.
Thu, Apr 8
Mon, Apr 5
As I mentioned before, I did update all my packages before testing it again, and I got the same error. I did find a StackOverflow post with a similar workaround, but I didn't want to do that, if a regular bugfix or update was going to resolve it.
Sat, Apr 3
I've successfully been able to install PureOS 10, so this issue can be closed. It might be helpful to provide this information to new users of the Librem Mini (and possibly the Librem 14), so they don't run into the same issue.
Fri, Apr 2
I actually got it to run with Debian Bullseye, so I'm guessing that the kernel was the reason. I'll try with Byzantium, and report back, and if all goes well, this issue can be closed.
Sat, Mar 27
Mar 25 2019
Jul 24 2018
Apr 20 2018
Apr 16 2018
Yes, the image I used is this one: pureos-8.0-gnome-oem_20180408-amd64.hybrid.iso. I even validated the sha256sum for the file, to make sure that it was downloaded correctly.
Apr 15 2018
I tried to use the latest ISO, and now I get the error that no kernel modules can be found when I try to run "Start installer", and the error that "/vmlinuz is missing", when I try the "Live ISO" option.
Apr 11 2018
Thanks for the update; I'll get this done as soon as I can, and report on what I find.
Mar 8 2018
Feb 24 2018
Feb 19 2018
In GNOME Tweaks, change "Mouse Click Emulation" back to "Area".
Feb 18 2018
Jan 30 2018
I have run PureOS on a Libreboot X200, and not run into this problem. From the Libreboot GRUB menu, try selecting the "Select GRUB2 configuration from external disk" option instead of, "Boot from USB," and then choose the install option from there; that has always worked for me.
Jan 21 2018
Jan 17 2018
Also, check the link on the Purebrowser Start Page; it links to the same Firefox add-ons site.
Jan 14 2018
Jan 11 2018
Jan 4 2018
I changed the Antialiasing in Gnome Tweak > Fonts to Standard, it it looked the way it's supposed to.
Dec 23 2017
It's actually easy to identify which apps were installed, because I tested this issue with a default installation of all operating systems mentioned, the only extra package being installed was the Atom package itself (along with its dependencies).
I have not found any other application with this same issue in PureOS, which is why I created a bug report for the Atom text editor specifically. I thought it appropriate to put the bug here, because it only happens in PureOS (not in Debian Stretch, Debian Testing, Linux Mint, or Trisquel 7/8), so I think it must be specific to something unique to PureOS.
Dec 22 2017
Dec 15 2017
Fixed with an update, a few days later.
Nov 15 2017
Nov 11 2017
@d3vid, my connection is stable. I have no problems when not connected to the VPN; the connection never just suddenly drops, like it does when I am using it. Also, my packages are all up-to-date, and the problem still persists into this morning.
Oct 7 2017
I am currently using Debian 9.1 (Stretch) on a Libreboot x200, and while I still have problems with the Mullvad appliation, the connection is stable when I use OpenVPN: only disconnecting every once in a while. Presently, It's been going continuously since this morning (9am), without any issues.
Sep 20 2017
Updated to latest version, and issue was fixed.
Sep 16 2017
Sep 15 2017
|/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)|
|/ Name Version Architecture Description|
ii purebrowser 46.2.0esr+re amd64 Pureos web browser
I've updated Purebrowser to the latest version (and restarted both Purebrowser and my computer), and I still cannot access sites like youtube.com, without setting security.ssl.enable_alpn to "False".
Aug 16 2017
I updated my system today, and Thunderbird now works normally.