LXLE is a bit different but in a good way. I installed it on a E-Machines laptop that's 13+ years old. Runs like a dream and would probably be really good for Steam based gaming given its so light on resources.
I was wondering if any one knew how to check user login history on Arch linux? I am familiar with the process on Windows, checking logs but I've had a hard time finding anything for Arch.
As always, any help is much appreciated.
Gave this one a go. Failed at 2.2
506 Cannot talk to daemon
chronyc> online 200 OK
Could not get address for hostname
Have specified correct NTP pool servers for NZ and edited out examples using Nano. No clear cut solution on line...
This problem is usually down to Windows and Linux dual boot (a standard configuration for me. I'm currently using Arch not Manjaro. Here's a fix that worked for me:
timedatectl set-time "2014-05-26 11:13:54" (obviously using correct date/time).
They recommend changing Windows to use UTC. Link...
Okay problem SOLVED:
Load a live version of Arch from a USB stick or drive and log into konsole.
Here's precisely the process I followed:
(1) sudo lsblk -f (find correct partition/drive) In my case SDA1
(2) sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt (enter password)
(3) sudo arch-chroot /mnt
(4) sudo pacman...
Thanks Wiz. Yes reinstalling is looking more and more likely. I did have a "fall back" kernel from the grub menu but that failed too, much to my surprise. The obvious "ideal" fix would be to boot from back up and remove/reinstall LTS kernel.
I would be curious to hear more about Timeshift...