Case: Running Ubuntu 20.04 w/ Python 3.8 (
python3 executable). Installing a script with
pip install returns a warning that the path of the script is not present as an environment variable:
WARNING: The script undervolt is installed in '/home/ubuntuUser/.local/bin' which is not on PATH.
Consider adding this directory to PATH or, if you prefer to suppress this warning, use --no-warn-script-location.
Continue reading Python 3 PIP Warning: Consider adding this directory to PATH
ssh-keygen prompts “Enter file in which to save the key”. Entering a custom location returns “no such file or directory” error.
Continue reading SSH-keygen Returns Error on Key Creation “No Such File or Directory”
Q: How To Uninstall VMWare Player on (Solus) Linux?
sudo vmware-installer -u vmware-player
Q: How To Install Development Tools on Solus Linux (GCC included)?
sudo eopkg upgrade
sudo eopkg install -c system.devel
Case: Updates in Windows 10 are known to be notoriously difficult to disable. Microsoft have their very good reason for forcing updates on people (ex: the reign of IE6), yet usage cases outside everyday desktop use can be ruined because of changes caused by updates. Such as gpu-mining rigs.
Continue reading Disable/Remove Windows 10 Update
Q: How To Remount Read-Only File System as Writable?
sudo mount -o remount,rw '/media/path-to-mounted-folder/'
Case: Snap package (
keepassx-elopio) refuses to launch after a successful install. Running package through the terminal throws error:
cannot query current apparmor profile: Invalid argument.
Continue reading Launching Snap Package on Solus 4.2 Fails: cannot query current apparmor profile: Invalid argument
Case: Windows 7 loads normally under VBox. Sound controls work, etc. Solus 4.2 loads as expected and sound controls work. Solus does not register VirtualBox in the Audio Volume -> Applications tab.
Continue reading No Sound on Virtualbox Windows 7 guest, Solus Linux Host
Q: How To Do a Software Rollback on Solus Linux?
sudo eopkg history
sudo eopkg history -t number
NB: Since Solus is a rolling release, often some packages will be missing while rolling back. Make backups instead.