This is a continuation of my last post, in which I explain how I broke my installation and some people and I start to work out a solution (Mostly them, I just followed instructions)
I’ve been watching some videos on i3 so I decided to give it a try. I have a laptop with 2 SSD, one of 250GB which came with Windows 10 and another of 500GB. I originally had it with Manjaro GNOME on 250 GB and another partition of 250GB for storage, though I didn’t use it that much. That’s why I thought it would be perfect to repurpose it for a brand new Manjaro i3wm.
I installed it, but after restarting my laptop, and trying to access Manjaro i3, I was greeted by [this error message]
More in Broke my Manjaro installation... again
The next day, however, I woke up to a new problem
Ok, something big happened. Before I could try any of your suggestions, I can no longer access the terminal. This is what I’m greeted with now.
More at Broke my Manjaro installation... again in post #10
With help of the people that answered me, we managed to solve some of the issues we had, but when trying to follow @gohlip’s advice, @tbg realized the title, I can connect locally, but not to external locations
Okay, noted. Now that looks like another issue.
You’ve got your grub, it tries to boot. Good.
Okay, now try to boot to fallback (since the error is not loading modules). At grub menu, select that not the default entry.
And put in a ‘3’ (no appostrophes just 3) at the linux line.
Boot to prompt. Let us know if it can boot to prompt.
If it boots to prompt, login with passwaord, do (as root, sudo)
Let ius know if that boots to prompt (my job is done here) and let us know if the commands work to boot normally (else others will have to come in to help).
More at Broke my Manjaro installation... again in post #31
I’m currently stuck at this step, and as @tbg said:
If localhost is working than the problem is your configuration, not your network adapter.
You should really open a separate support thread for your networking issue, as this was not the subject of this thread.
So here we are.
Worked from a previous problem to here, I’m trying to
pacman -Syyuu but I can’t conncect to the repos.
This is the output of some commands that may be useful
[bower ~]# ping -c3 google.com ping: google.com: Name or service not know
[bower ~]# ping -c3 localhost PING localhost(localhost (::1)) 56 data bytes 64 from localhost (::1): icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.028 ms 64 from localhost (::1): icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.062 ms 64 from localhost (::1): icmp_seq=3 ttl=64 time=0.144 ms --- localhost ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 3 recieved, 0% packet loss, time 6ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.028/0.078/0.144/0.048 ms