I’m hoping someone could help me.
On a completely fresh install of Manjaro ARM (Raspberry 4), I get these Policykit errors:Screenshot_20201106_172203|327x361
This happens on both the XFCE Image and KDE Image. The Wifi error pops up automatically every 60 seconds or so, probably when some background service does a wifi-scan? Typing in the password doesn’t do anything. Pressing the network settings also causes the error to pop up.
Every install is a completely fresh system (I have tried several times). I set up the image via headless ssh. Once the setup script completes and reboots I log in and literally the first thing I do is via ssh install the remote desktop package. I have tried TigerVNC, X2GO and Xpra (on separate fresh installs), logging in works fine, I get the desktop and can remote it but the errors make the system unusable.
The only difference between the KDE and XFCE editions I have found is that installing a package via Pamac on KDE just fails with a policykit error, I never get the password prompt. On XFCE installing packages graphically actually works though. Maybe this difference could be a clue that could lead to a fix?
The two biggest desktop environments are therefore completely broken on Manjaro ARM when connecting remotely using very well established remote desktop protocols like VNC and X2GO (and the less known xpra).
What surprises me is that no one else seems to get this error? Is no one using remote desktop with their raspberrys? Or is the ARM version not used by anyone?
Any help would be really appreciated, I have been trying for a long time now, nothing works.