That is not the point,
ALMOST no software can damage hardware anyway .
I said damaging the system, the OS installation,
messing up udev rules can get you without a keyboard … or a nic etc
Why do We have to fix what is not broken for many others ?
pavucontrol ? have you read the solution ?
We have to edit a udev file.
My manjaro boots saying: enjoy simplicity
The motto on the Home page is about simplicity too,
And here, you think it is fun to open a shell as root, and mess around with files in /etc ?
And THAT is after finding the solution, some people don’t have a clue what to search for …
If it is like that, don’t talk about simplicity or one-click thing, this is like getting an Arch+Calamres …
many others do that …
Real users, don’t have time to browse the net to fix broken things (2 issues here: broken thing + waste of time), or to come religiously every day on the manjaro forum to have tips and tricks to make their PC work,
Real users, Use their working system, and when they enjoy that (“no blue screen of death” for example), they’ll just say around them: “Hey man, manjaro works just fine, install and forget…” and that’s how “you get famous” …
You don’t “get famous” because you saved some one’s day by fixing his issue, you will by having the issue not appear at all.
I do Linux since version .99 , it is not a problem for me,
but how about the new guys that think about switching to us ?
If they get into this, they’ll just boot-up a ubuntu after saying: “manjaro … It doesn’t work”… IF they didn’t get traumatized by this kind of issue which makes so many smart people stay with windows …
after getting told: “you have to do some surgery dude”.
Since I use and Help Manjaro, 5 years now, I started because it was about having a simple and performant Linux Distro,
Unless simple you mean … light … hence: open up vi and press x to remove the pound sign, … that becomes another game, yo have to say it up-from: Warning Geek Distro, even Arch says it all ITs say to others, you want hardcore go Arch, you want windows’ish “easy” go ubuntu,
And We are stuck in the middle, we call Simple, but we play Hardcore, that is not honest at all.
I really hope you understood me.
My point is fixing not my issue(s), but to get or to give what we promised.
I have friends , family , collegues and customers , And because of this kind of stuff, I do not until today recommend manjaro,
that means, we are loosing “customers” 24H a day until this kind of things is sorted out.