i just updated my system by doing
pamac update and did a reboot. after it finished booting up, i can’t open system settings at all.
here’s what it says with gdb, but i don’t understand it at all
i did checked the similar topic but it didn’t work for me
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Just a hunch … but maybe there is a foreign package taking the place of a system one when it should not?
there’s no foreign package that’s out of place here - i think
$ ~ pacman -Qm
i was able to open the setting by running:
pkexec env DISPLAY=$DISPLAY XAUTHORITY=$XAUTHORITY KDE_SESSION_VERSION=5 KDE_FULL_SESSION=true dbus-launch systemsettings5
(i got that from here)
AFAIK running pkexec without arguments will run it as root so i don’t really want to continue doing that since I wouldn’t know if running it as root would break something