Hi all –
I installed Manjaro on a spare laptop a few weeks back (I use arch on my main desktop/laptop). For the most part I’ve done little customization as I have worked to install my typical apps. So I’m on GNOME 40.4.0 at the moment.
Being used to Ubuntu and Arch, I’ve been trying to set things up in Manjaro to my normal baseline, which for the purposes of this posting is using a dropdown terminal and setting up passwordless sudo.
I rely a lot on a drop down terminal and mostly use
yakuake. After installing it, however, I seem unable to activate it after it has opened and closed the first time. Same thing for
guake. In all three cases when launched, the drop down appears as per normal. If I hit the appropriate key binding it goes away. After that, none of them activate again. I have tried various permutations of different bindings, not using FN keys, etc. It’s driving me to frustration.
Another “weirdness” (at least to me) is that passwordless
sudo does not seem to work? For the sake of completeness we can skip any discussions about security etc. I am fully aware and yet I am fully choosing to have no password
sudo. So yes, my user is in the
wheel group and in my
/etc/sudoers I have
%wheel ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
sudo commands still persist in asking for my password.
Any help/pointers are much appreciated.