gdbus call --system --dest org.freedesktop.hostname1 --object-path /org/freedesktop/hostname1 --method org.freedesktop.hostname1.SetChassis "laptop" false
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and that seems to be read from BIOS, so not an issue with any OS
Feb 24 2023
a little digging: the chassis type is a property of org.freedesktop.hostname1 and is obtained by /sys/class/dmi/id/chassis_type
Feb 21 2023
No idea what went wrong there, but it sounds like it had trouble registering on the user session bus,
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Thanks, cargo-mozilla is in.
Sep 12 2022
Weird, I rebooted and now it works...
Interestingly, gedit seems to run find with sudo:
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This doesn't seem to be causing an issue now. It can be closed, resolved.
Aug 3 2022
I do not represent Purism, but I look here occasionally for issues I may have. I see this issue is quite old now.
Jul 27 2022
I attempted to install PureOS to Mini from PureOS Live USB disk. I wanted to create an unencrypted installation and erasing whatever was installed before (Fedora) on the disk. However, the Next button in that dialog was never enabled after unchecking the encryption checkbox. So I wasn't able to create unencrypted installation with that option and had to resort to creating the partition layout manually.
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There's some movement on the Debian side (thanks Carsten) https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=1014327
Jul 6 2022
On Guido's recommendation, I tried rustc-mozilla, but that still needs newer cargo. https://gitlab.gnome.org/dcz/squeekboard/-/jobs/2106399
Jun 30 2022
I failed to build llvm-13, but it seems to be 1 of 2 needed dependencies. The other is wasi-libc.
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would be very neat if apt-file would be usable:
I often only know the name of the binary I want to execute, but not necessarily the binary package that contains it
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Firefox-esr is in Byzantium-security: https://software.pureos.net/package/bin/byzantium-security/firefox-esr
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A quick search brought up https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1627713
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Mar 9 2022
Assuming this is closed, re-open please if problem persists.
Recently Francois noted that there was an interference by a firewall when trying to set up a printer. He reported that to pureos/dev Element channel and the preference was stated by the CSO that the two processes listening on 0.0.0.0 get switched to localhost.
Mar 7 2022
Has this been tested in the new PureOS 10 release?
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Thank you for the issue report! This problem should be resolved with the latest updates :-)
Should be fixed in a few hours :-)
Feb 16 2022
I installed firmware-misc-nonfree. But it didn't help. I tried different suggestions I found. More editing on Grub f. e.. But is also didn't help.
As far as I understood it's probably a kernel issue.
Patching firmware myself is a step to far for me. I'm still a linux beginner.
I will wait for a new kernel and hope, that the issue will be gone then.
Thanks for your help.
Feb 14 2022
A new version of Firefox-ESR will be coming into PureOS 10.
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Feb 8 2022
I would start with patching firmware. I am not sure if you have any new firmware available but this would be my first thing to do. I had this issue regularly when I was using Ubuntu after I moved to PureOs and patched firmware it almost disappeared.
Unfortunately the issue reappeared. I could not reproduce it for a while, but since today it's back. And it makes no difference if an external disk is plugged in or not.
Feb 2 2022
Jan 28 2022
@jbw See https://developer.puri.sm/Librem5/Development_Environment/Boards/Troubleshooting/Debugging.html#installing-debug-packages
Jan 27 2022
@jbw Have you considered looking the package with debugging symbols in Debian? Debian has something called snapshot.debian.org which holds, among other things, packages with debug symbols. It is a little hard to navigate but try the search for the package you want and you may get lucky. Or post the package name and version here and I'll see if I can help find it.
can someone who knows what they are doing add step-by-step instructions (perhaps on the pureos wiki) for a user like me who has byzantium installed giving the exact steps that the user needs to take to enable use of the debug-symbol packages that pureos does build (which seem to be in landing rather than in byzantium) together with those of the debug-symbol packages that debian builds which are usable with a byzantium install. these instructions need to specify what exact strings need to be added to which exact configuration files and what exact commands need to be typed to get the necessary debug-symbol packages installed. unfortunately, as an end user, i do not have the spare days to keep trying to find the necessary strings and configuration files and commands until i succeed. thanks for any help you can provide!
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Jan 25 2022
Thank you. APT-GET fixed my issue.
This issue is easy to replicate, during the installation I just did not connect to the network.
I noticed the issue directly after upgrading from amber to byzantium. I did not update coreboot at that moment. I'm not sure about EC firmware. I think I can not install/update this on my Librem 15v3.
Jan 24 2022
This is a due to a stale cache that apt is stuck on. If you installed from an older ISO or older PureOS version this can happen. One way to fix this is to run apt-get update to see if this brings in new packages.
Did you update coreboot and EC firmware? I am having this issue but just putting PureOS to sleep once again helps.