Hey, during a chroot session, is there a way to downgrade any updated packages from the iso media (rather than wiping an the hard drive and copying all the files all over again (done this 2x already)).
I am experiencing a frozen gdm/gnome session, upon reboot after doing the 1st update
pacman -Syu from the Jan 23, 2022 gnome iso.
Rolling release distro so not possible. Culprit is dash-to-dock extension and it was fixed yesterday only. Update your system once again:
I updated gnome-shell-extension-dash-to-dock and after the update, the laptop stopped loading the desktop and programs the first time (it loads only after the second login after closing the lid of the laptop or when the session ends after a long period of inactivity), but after loading the desktop I can not click on anything except the icons on the dash panel.
Rebuilding packages did not help.
Thanks, I just was working on fixing a borked system (messed up switching to propritory nvidia drivers), so it was a surprise that updating a fresh system also had an issue.
Use Timeshift to rollback the system to previous state when you break it (I configure it to never take automatic snapshots, and manually create one before a big update or when I want to).
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