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    Kernel sometimes mistakes my PC speaker for a buzzer

    But here's the thing. Even though Pulse Audio is removed from my system, as seen here: Script started on 2021-12-27 12:40:49-06:00 [TERM="st-256color" TTY="/dev/pts/0" COLUMNS="191" LINES="55"] %...
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    Kernel sometimes mistakes my PC speaker for a buzzer

    I have recently uninstalled PulseAudio and opted to use ALSA by itself for Linux sound. The reason was mainly to remove Polkit from my machine, because I didn't feel like I needed it yet it was a dependency for many programs on my computer. However, afterwards I noticed that there are random...
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    wpa_supplicant can't be used to connect to mobile hotspots

    I thought I was talking about mobile hotspots, not hidden networks, but surprisingly adding scan_ssid=1 to the config file for the mobile hotspot's information actually allowed me to connect to the network. Do you know how to enable scan_ssid using wpa_cli instead of editing it in the config...
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    wpa_supplicant can't be used to connect to mobile hotspots

    I thought I was talking about mobile hotspots, not hidden networks, but surprisingly adding scan_ssid=1 to the config file for the mobile hotspot's information actually allowed me to connect to the network. Do you know how to enable scan_ssid using wpa_cli instead of editing it in the config file?
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    wpa_supplicant can't be used to connect to mobile hotspots

    Hello. I am on Arch Linux, and I am only using command-line tools (wpa_cli) to interface with wpa_supplicant. Can you find where this option is in a config file or something?
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    wpa_supplicant can't be used to connect to mobile hotspots

    I have recently switched from using iwd to connect to wireless networks and am now using wpa_supplicant. However, I quickly noticed a problem, that for some reason, it's impossible to use wpa_supplicant to connect to a mobile hotspot. There are no problems connecting to other types of networks...
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    Can't compile surf browser - missing /usr/include/glib.h

    For those of you who experience the same problem: These are all the dependencies for Surf according to the Wiki page: gcr (gcr-nogtk) webkit2gtk (webkit2gtk-mse, webkit2gtk-wpe-bin, webkit2gtk-unstable) xorg-xprop ca-certificates (ca-certificates-utils) (optional) – SSL verification curl...
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    Can't compile surf browser - missing /usr/include/glib.h

    UHHH GUYS? So even though it is true that I want to use modifications on my Surf build, I decided to install aur/surf anyway, because I thought it was a better solution than my current browser (Firefox). However, it prompted the install of a dependency local/gcr. When I installed this...
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    Can't compile surf browser - missing /usr/include/glib.h

    Yeah, but I want to have modifications. As far as I know, even though Surf is available on the Arch repositories/AUR, when you install that way you can't use any patches or config.h changes, which takes away the whole point of using Suckless software. I only showed you the compilation process...
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    Can't compile surf browser - missing /usr/include/glib.h

    Hello. I am using Arch Linux. This is my entire Uname output: Linux cyb3rF0rtr3s5 5.15.2-zen1-1-zen #1 ZEN SMP PREEMPT Fri, 12 Nov 2021 19:22:07 +0000 x86_64 GNU/Linux This is my entire Neofetch output: [?25l[?7l[0m[36m[1m -` .o+` `ooo/...
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    Can't compile surf browser - missing /usr/include/glib.h

    I've seen this problem before after a search regarding different programs that someone can't compile because their /usr/include/glib.h is moved to /usr/include/glib-2.0/glib.h. I am having this same problem, and even though I have found other threads discussing similar problems, I have not found...
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    Start with network interface disabled on Linux

    This post was 8 days after the last one. I am at a public Wi-Fi and I realize that having to manually soft-block my network card before powering off, or risk displaying my default MAC address, is kinda a pain. I find comfort in being able to safely power off my computer at any time, without...
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    Start with network interface disabled on Linux

    Sorry if this is a necro, it was 15 days after the last post, but I found a solution to my problem after some digging. RFKILL allows me to soft block my phy0 card without disabling my Ethernet access, using sudo rfkill block phy0. RFKILL status is persistent, meaning I can reboot and not worry...
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    Start with network interface disabled on Linux

    I currently don't use NetworkManager. I tried installing it just to put your option into /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf, and it didn't seem to change anything. Also, this option looks like it may work by not disabling the interface, rather just preventing the interface from connecting...
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    Start with network interface disabled on Linux

    Hello. I am running Arch Linux on a laptop, with systemd as my init system and iwd to manage my Wi-Fi connection. This is my Neofetch output: -` [email protected] .o+` -------------------------...
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