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  • for a complete unisntall you should just be able to run sudo pacman -Rns <package_name> or yay -Rns <package_name> depending on how it is installed.

    since you’re doing a complete unsinstall and reinstall, you should be able to just run sudo pacman -Syu <package_name> or yay -Syu <package_name> and it will completely reinstall. If you are worried you have a corrupted download of the file, clear your package cache completely and run those commands, it should download a clean program install file and reinstall.

    I’m not familiar with Mangohud and Goverlay, so unfortunately can not help our further, but maybe one of our other community members can.



  • EfwisOPMtoLinux Troubleshooting and scriptsKDE 6.1 Released Today
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    1 month ago

    it’s a way to keep info going into community so it doesn;'t get stagnant and others can find it.

    I would change the community name but the only way to do that is by deleting the whole community and starting over again. Also people do make scripts for new packages, This way they can know what changes they might need for their scripts if use any.

    This also allows people to know about upcoming changes which will allow more help in troubleshooting issues that happen.




  • have you tried the 555 beta driver?

    Since this seems to affect your montior, I’m kind of leaning towards this being more of an nvidia issue. I would recommend trying the 555 beta driver to see if that fixes it at all. Worse case scenario you might have to wait for KDE 6.1 to hit the repos to see if that helps too.

    I don’t use nvidia myself so I can’t readily check it nor am i aware of how to install the beta driver, i think it’s in the AUR.





  • It really depends on how you tell the story as to how to look at it.

    I mean like, with flashbacks you give some info while giving the reader a reason to keep buying your stories, you can achieve this chronologically too, of course.

    With chronological storylines, you need to end the previous story on a note to bring them back (e.g include the first 1/4 to half of the first chapter, or even the whole chapter) showing the story continues, definitely don’t end on some kind of “to be continued” line.

    I generally don’t work with series, so I’m no expert on this.

    I build my stories as I write. Although I usually do have the plot line figured out before I begin.


  • Unless your story depends on chronology of events, I wouldn’t worry too much about it.

    You could always do flashback scenes to fill in some of the gaps in your timeline. If your stories run a linear path you could do the chronology way.

    If you do that, I would suggest focusing on different sets of characters in each story’s event calendar, rather than try and base it all on one group of people elsewhere in the storyline.



  • EfwistoHomeLemmy.zip Turns One!
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    1 month ago

    Congratulations to everyone who has been here from the beginning as well as to all our users that continue to make this feasable.

    And a large thank you to Demigodrick for starting such a wonderful endeavour.







  • EfwistoAsk Lemmy@lemmy.world*Permanently Deleted*
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    3 months ago

    Unionize. Have companies pay you fairly for what you do.

    The problem with that here I. The states are two fold. First of all if the companies could, at least here in the states, they wouldn’t allow unionization. They don’t want to pay fairly for what you do. All these companies want to do is make as much money as possible, while paying the workers as little as possible.

    Most of the companies here would like us to work until we die on the lines, but pay us nothing to do the work so they could make it all. Companies don’t give a damn about workers rights, or being fair to us. A lot of non-union shops will fire you for trying to bring a union in. They would be extremely happy if the labor boards, OSHA etc would cease to exist.



  • EfwistoPrivacy@lemmy.mlHow long does it take to build LibreWolf?
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    3 months ago

    First, this would be a better question to ask in a Linux specific community.

    Second, Build time is really subjective to the computer and its hardware. There could be bottlenecks at the cpu/memory from the motherboard that will slow it down. It also depends on whether you’re spinning rust or using an ssd.

    There are a lot of factors involved in the whole that makes it hard to definitively say how long something takes to build.