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- May 10 2018, 4:45 PM (53 w, 6 d)
Sat, May 4
Thanks. Those two packages just became available and it works now.
I just updated my system (PureOS - all updates on Librem 13v3), and "Software and Updates" does not work. From Tilex:
Thu, May 2
Mar 26 2019
This has been a problem since late last year. You may want to follow this tracking item.
Mar 24 2019
If you have not already, you may want to look at /etc/resolv.conf and see if any nameservers are there. Many moons ago, though not on Linux, I had a vpn that would create new dns data. When it crashed, I could not get out of my local system because the it was trying to use the vpn-created entries and had no clue. I had to undo the changes before things would work again.
Mar 19 2019
I was commenting on a PureOS forum topic, and I discovered the same error when using Software->left application icon->Software Repositories. My system log file displayed the above stack.
Mar 6 2019
I believe this is the same problem as T660. In my case, this application does not launch. Fortunately, I do not use it very much.
Mar 3 2019
As a user, I support this opinion. I think Kodi was the first thing I ripped off my Librem when I received it. I try to keep only what I need or may need.
Feb 25 2019
I am closing this issue. It appears to be fixed today. Thanks.
Feb 3 2019
I have not seen Thunderbird version 60 in green since it appeared in buster and PureOS main in November. My understanding was that green was the proper update repository.
Jan 17 2019
Please read my post prior to Jonas's. If @user22492 does not comment by Friday, I'll close this. I was giving him a little time.
Jan 16 2019
FYI, the same messages appear in the Applications Log when launching "Applications->System Tools->Software & Updates" from the GUI. The stack is just inverted:
Jan 13 2019
This problem appears to be fixed with the update I made on 1/13/19. python3-libapparmor now has python3 << 3.8 and I am able to install this package. Above, I provided a link for a LibreOffice issue where this package was needed for debugging. That LibreOffice issue seems to also be fixed with this update.
Jan 12 2019
Thank you for this information and assistance. You make a good point on downloading the file. As paranoid as I am, it had not occurred to me, though I was really thinking in terms of editing my own file.
Jan 11 2019
@jeremiah.foster, if the changes to the profile are few, could you post them so we can modify our profiles? Thanks. (And thanks for your post on this issue about the rolling release aspect in the forum topic.)
Jan 10 2019
Please note the following append for LibreOffice Calc not starting (sigh).
Jan 8 2019
I do not think there is a problem with either DuckDuckGo, without a more information, or the Purism Forums.
Jan 7 2019
@jonas.smedegaard, if you meant for me to do so, I do not mind opening a new task for the Purism Forums. I think, however, others are better equipped to do so and would have more detailed debug information to write in the comments. But is it necessary? Part of my point was that indications from CanvasBlocker and others are not necessarily showing that anything nefarious is happening, though it may be worth noting.
Jan 6 2019
Here is another data point on fingerprinting in DuckDuckGo.
Jan 5 2019
Thanks. I understand now.
Jan 4 2019
I do not understand your last statement.
Dec 29 2018
I think the problem in general is that python3 was upgraded to 3.7 and several packages are dependent on python3 being less than 3.7. (Note the "Depends" line above. hplip also shows python3<<3.7 if one runs apt show on it.) I have the same problem with apparmor-utils and opened a new task, not having previously looked at this one. I noticed hplip--I don't use it to my knowledge--was also uninstalled for me on 12/20. This was the same update with python3 going to 3.7. Unfortunately, I am dependent on a Purism-modified package for python3-libapparmor. (The one in buster shows python3 << 3.8 as the dependency.)
Dec 28 2018
Dec 7 2018
I think Privacy Badger is already there. (apt list webext-*)
Nov 28 2018
Nov 19 2018
Nov 6 2018
Sep 30 2018
Terrific. I am glad that worked for you.
Sep 29 2018
I use the following commands from a terminal prompt:
Sep 28 2018
If you have not already, you may wish to make certain your system is current. There was a similar issue, but it was fixed in late August. Please refer to https://tracker.pureos.net/T502.
Sep 22 2018
I am glad you isolated the problem. Having been a developer in a previous life, I was only thinking that maybe Mozilla fixed something that might have coincided with the updates.
Sep 21 2018
It appears that 62.0.2 (not 62.0-2) was released today by Mozilla. When it is available in snap, you may want to try it to see if it fixes your problem.
Sep 16 2018
This may be fixed with today's (9/16) update. gnome-screenshot itself was updated to 3.30.0 and appears to work for me.
Sep 15 2018
I did the same and the problem still occurs, but I noticed that gnome-screenshot was not updated in the latest batch. (Now 9/15. Because of Florence, I did not login and update the past couple of days.) On my system, it is still 3.26.0-3.
Aug 26 2018
This appears to work with the new kernel image and today's (8/26) update.
Aug 14 2018
I would not. I regard the Forum as a discussion and the Task Tracker as a place for formal issues affecting multiple users. It is, however, good to include links to the Forum here.
Jul 26 2018
FYI. This is not fixed by any updates this month, including the Linux 4.17.0-1 image update on 7/26.
Jul 6 2018
I happened to see the last posts scroll by....
Jul 3 2018
Jun 18 2018
It does not look like I can change this to 'resolved,' even though I am the item's creator.
Jun 2 2018
May 17 2018
Thanks for addressing this problem so quickly!
May 15 2018
There are now two threads in the Purism forum regarding these issues. In this post:
May 14 2018
Going back, I did notice something that might be interesting. On the first reboot after the update, vt.handoff=7 is missing.
May 12 2018
wellton reminded me....The 5/9 update was the upgrade to linux-image-4.16.0-1 pkg. I failed to explicitly mention that.