@wimpy Welcome back! =D
@protodrew Pro tip, stock up on soup beforehand. When I had all mine out I couldn't eat solid food for like 2-3 weeks. Lost some weight but it was not a fun time!
@jimmac Nice! Will it have a dark theme variant as well?
@jimmac The keyboard background is fantastic, do you have a link?
@protodrew Fellow GNOME fan here. Manjaro is my go to as it supports installations on BTRFS with support for Timeshift during installation, its saved my bacon more than once!
@protodrew No problem at all! =]
@protodrew I wonder is there is something wrong with the accounts service.
Check the service with:
> sudo systemctl status accounts-daemon.service
Users can also be hidden from by marking them as a system account, which is exampled here:
@protodrew Hmmmm, looks normal enough.
Are you able to become protodrew with su?
> su protodrew
@protodrew Sorry, didn't get a notification for this! You can check /etc/password for your username and it should have two numbers seperated by : which specify the UID and GID.
@protodrew Did your user have a special UID or GID? Anything below 1000 is hidden by default I believe.
@protodrew I had the same issue when I did a refresh, if you make a different user account during setup then you should be able to login as your old account after it has completed refreshing.
@tbernard Is there a build of this I could throw on my PP or PPP?
@avery They really do! I've been playing through Final Fantasy Dawn of Souls (because it's prettier than the S/NES versions) last week via RetroArch, what have you been playing?
@freezr If this is a support request, generally this issue is caused by a stuck process and you'll need to look into what is not stopping and figure out the issue with that service. 9/10 it's a service you don't want anyway!
@Whovian9369 If you want a dead simple launcher then KISS Launcher or Sentien Launcher are my go to
Pro tip, don't watch youtube via Freetube and charge your #PinePhonePro at the same time. It makes for a slightly toasty phone.
Likes: D&D, MTG, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Linux. (Not specifically in that order)