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Title: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 04. January 2016, 11:25:40
Hi all , the manjaro community is proud to announce the first test release for budgie desktop

clean
(http://i64.tinypic.com/2qx1edy.jpg)

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Budgie-wm not provide a hot corner exposè effect now , it is implemented soon i think but not sure ... i have recompilated brightside and soon i upload in aur repository (in this iso not installed but you see in preview image) so a question :

do you like skippyxd with brightside or ........

Unfortunally my speed connection is not more fast , iso is in upload , when finish i add the link  ;)


Download : Manjaro BudgieDE Testing (https://sourceforge.net/projects/manjarodev/files/users/Ste74/Budgie/Testing/)

Greetings
Stefano
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: robbi3 on 04. January 2016, 14:43:55
I don't see a network / wifi icon on your screenshots, is that still a problem on budgie?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 04. January 2016, 16:54:04
I don't see a network / wifi icon on your screenshots, is that still a problem on budgie?

Shouldn't be. It was fixed upstream and now appears--albeit sometimes randomly. Budgie is good enough to use as a fulltime DE/WM at this point (which I am doing in vanilla Arch). You can expect the Raven control center notification, clock, etc. panel icons to re-arrange themselves to their own liking on re-boot, however. What the heck--gives it character. ;)

Budgie is just too cool. And half the calories of GNOME (or Deepin)! :D

Regards.
P.S. Ikey & Co. are really busy polishing Budgie. Since I installed, it's gone from vers. 10.1 to 10.2.2-2 in just a very few days. According to the 'chatter' Budgie will soon be in Arch main repos, rather than the AUR.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 04. January 2016, 16:55:23
That is soooo pretty, Stefano!

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 04. January 2016, 18:05:41
Thank's man  :) :) :)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 04. January 2016, 18:12:00
I cannot withstand to test it, too. ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 04. January 2016, 18:21:41
I cannot withstand to test it, too. ;)

Twiddles fingers, waiting for it to magically appear @ SourceForge... ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 04. January 2016, 18:26:58
Twiddles fingers, waiting for it to magically appear @ SourceForge... ;)
not only .. even a faster connection to upload, even five hours more or less ufffffffff  ::) :P
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 04. January 2016, 18:30:21
A bit off-topic here: Is it possible to get a right-click menu like in Openbox on Budgie?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 04. January 2016, 18:37:43
A bit off-topic here: Is it possible to get a right-click menu like in Openbox on Budgie?
do you mean like this ?
https://github.com/solus-project/budgie-desktop/issues/253
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: robbi3 on 04. January 2016, 18:38:37
When I tried solus, I had same problem with missing network icon, installed evopop icons and the problem was gone.
I like the Budgie desktop, but not on solus, prefer a Manjaro based budgie.
Thanks Ste74 for all your good work. Waiting for your upload is finished.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 04. January 2016, 18:43:05
do you mean like this ?
https://github.com/solus-project/budgie-desktop/issues/253
No, I mean right-click on the desktop and you get an applications menu, like it is possible in Xfce, too. You get there one entry Applications which you can enable, this entry containts the applications menu. Such a solution I would like even more than Openbox style.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 04. January 2016, 19:10:55
Ah , context menu i suppose .. not sure if implemented in gnome 3.18
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 04. January 2016, 21:23:48
You (so far) get the same right-click menus as you would get in any GNOME 3.18 desktop. "New  Folder, New Document, Paste, Select All, blah blah.

Try adding Openbox as the WM?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: diVinae on 05. January 2016, 17:55:56
I cant login into x session
lightDM show "something goes wrong"
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 05. January 2016, 18:51:52
Hi in livecd ? It is set to automatic login..
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: diVinae on 05. January 2016, 19:03:15
It was problem with nofree drivers flag
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 05. January 2016, 19:06:54
in this iso is present only free driver .. install with free driver and after use Manjaro setting manager gui to install .. This is a test iso so not all function is present .. If you check the livecd menu you not see the nonfree option to start  ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 05. January 2016, 21:11:22
I cant login into x session
lightDM show "something goes wrong"

Is Budgie Desktop selected in the LightDM login screen?

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: feskyde on 06. January 2016, 02:31:28
Please do not use EvoPop themes (Icons and GTK) for Budgie, they're currently unmantained :)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: balloon on 06. January 2016, 09:03:16
I have tried it in Japanese.

When I have to proceed with the installation, I encountered such a state.
It may be necessary to adjust the theme and setting.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 06. January 2016, 09:43:22
Please do not use EvoPop themes (Icons and GTK) for Budgie, they're currently unmantained :)
What's actually the problem, it's just icons.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: ctkaizer on 06. January 2016, 10:44:30
looks sleek :D the only downside imo is the lack of scale/expo but they'll fix that soon enough. Great work. Thanks!
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 06. January 2016, 13:48:41
Dunno if anyone else has this problem--and there is no way to Google it--all Budgie knowledge resides here or @ Solus...

The darn panel indicator icons in the upper RH corner tend to reset themselves back to an arrangement they like, rather than how I arrange them. Re-arranging works, but doesn't survive a logout/reboot. It's a minor, niggling thing, and I'm sure at some point Ikey will do something about it.

Does this behavior happen to other Budgie adopters?

In the meantime, it is an irritant and a stern glare does not seem to threaten them much...

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 06. January 2016, 13:52:02
looks sleek :D the only downside imo is the lack of scale/expo but they'll fix that soon enough. Great work. Thanks!

Yep, it's not half-bad for a brand new DE! I love Budgie. GNOME at half the calories. Ikey & Co.--and Stefano--have done a lot of good work here. :D

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: klaatu on 06. January 2016, 16:01:56
Last time I tried Budgie (a few month ago on Solus) the keyboard shortcuts didn't work at all, do they work now?
Thanks
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: diVinae on 06. January 2016, 16:56:51
So i have no wifi icon in panel.
I have one question - its normal to Budgie using 550+ RAM after system start with gnome-tracker disable ?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: jordan on 06. January 2016, 18:40:20
Hi!
After having burned *.iso with "dd" and booted, I installed Calamares 1.9.2.0.r183 (+ 30 packages - autom.), prepared partition (ext4) with GParted.
Installation : root partition, home partition shared with "old Manjaro Budgie" - but other username, Grub into system partition without a problem from USB2 to SSD: 4 minutes.
Main Grub (Manjaro Cin. / MATE) detected and run Manjaro Budgie 16.01.
Updates: 16 packages / 53 MB.
Onlz (Only!) one problem detected: keyboard (chosen German): z and y inverted.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: ctkaizer on 06. January 2016, 21:27:27
So i have no wifi icon in panel.
I have one question - its normal to Budgie using 550+ RAM after system start with gnome-tracker disable ?

i installed budgie on manjaro 15.12 xfce 64bit
budgieDE takes about 270MB. Total used RAM 750. so i guess your 550mb is fine probably has some other manjaro stuff  running in the backround. you can try and go with the i3 respin as base and install budgie if you want low RAM usage or try Arch + budgie.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 06. January 2016, 21:42:26
Hi not understand : this is my installation in vbox : Ram 270/280 mb ..
 :)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 06. January 2016, 21:54:16
Last time I tried Budgie (a few month ago on Solus) the keyboard shortcuts didn't work at all, do they work now?
Thanks

In my installation yes working .. but i not know all shortcut of gnome
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 06. January 2016, 21:57:03
i have pull a request to update evopop-gtk-theme from last forked commit like fedora :
https://github.com/fdinardo/evopop-gtk-theme
 ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 06. January 2016, 22:04:32
Dunno if anyone else has this problem--and there is no way to Google it--all Budgie knowledge resides here or @ Solus...

The darn panel indicator icons in the upper RH corner tend to reset themselves back to an arrangement they like, rather than how I arrange them. Re-arranging works, but doesn't survive a logout/reboot. It's a minor, niggling thing, and I'm sure at some point Ikey will do something about it.

Does this behavior happen to other Budgie adopters?

In the meantime, it is an irritant and a stern glare does not seem to threaten them much...

Regards.
c00ter for me the budgie-panel tweak work.. the modification remain at the restart but in opposite yes .. the wifi icon appear random  :(
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 06. January 2016, 22:22:35
Running solely Budgie on top of an Arch base, and with Plank running, my Intel/Intel/Intel 64-bit machine idles @ 245 MB RAM. Plank consumes 14 MB. So that's 231 MB @ idle. If you added in stuff like MSM & Pamac notifiers, that would pull it upwards of 300 MB.

Obviously, if the user installs Budgie & its runtimes ontop of another Desktop Environment, but does nothing about stopping unneeded runtime services from the other DE, RAM consumption will be higher than necessary if there were only Budge DE. Of course, there could cause arise problems when restartiing the other DE...

Excellent reason to run only one DE per machine?

Gnome-session-properties is a handy GUI-fied AUR tool for monitoring/selecting such stuff...

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 08. January 2016, 12:53:27
I tried Budgie 16.01 on usn stick. I didn't have enough time to test, so only very few remarks. I liked the previous design a bit more, it was more like cute. ^-^
With the previous version I was able to place the panel vertically on the left side; with this version - only top or bottom seem to be possible.
It seems to be quite responsive and economic on ressources. I would probably intall it to my SSD, but it is difficult for me because I don't have any experience with Gnome Tweak and stuff. :(
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 08. January 2016, 14:21:24
I got screen corruption as I was about to set up user. I was able to set up the user blindly wit CLI installer but the root password becam an unknown string. Also the install didn't get to a successful end. I was able to log in into the installed system, but the terminal didn't start and I don't know what else is broken. :(
It would be nice to have a cheat code to boot with AccelMethod UXA.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: klaatu on 08. January 2016, 16:36:20
Installed this version on bare metal, and the keyboard shortcuts work. 8)

The memory resources are not bad as htop reports 390MB.
What doesn't work is starting a VPN.
Was able to set things up but the VPN-Activate switch switches immediately off (when moved to on).
Looked for missing libs, but the needed stuff seems to be there.

Raven reminds me a little bit of the deepin control center, just a little bit...
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 08. January 2016, 16:49:27
Raven reminds me a little bit of the deepin control center, just a little bit...

That's because one of the Solus forum posters mentioned the Deepin control panel and posted a screenshot of it. Ikey thought that was a cool idea, and so you now have the Raven control panel.

Ya gotta love open-sauce! :D

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 08. January 2016, 18:43:36
I got screen corruption as I was about to set up user. I was able to set up the user blindly wit CLI installer but the root password becam an unknown string. Also the install didn't get to a successful end. I was able to log in into the installed system, but the terminal didn't start and I don't know what else is broken. :(
It would be nice to have a cheat code to boot with AccelMethod UXA.

You have this problem ?
https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=15120.msg234211#msg234211

you , at boot , can edit the grub entry for budgie and delete the "quiet splash" word and type "3" after you continue boot in text mode and no start X ..
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 08. January 2016, 18:44:06
Installed this version on bare metal, and the keyboard shortcuts work. 8)

The memory resources are not bad as htop reports 390MB.
What doesn't work is starting a VPN.
Was able to set things up but the VPN-Activate switch switches immediately off (when moved to on).
Looked for missing libs, but the needed stuff seems to be there.

Raven reminds me a little bit of the deepin control center, just a little bit...
;) ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 08. January 2016, 18:59:43
You have this problem ?
https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=15120.msg234211#msg234211

you , at boot , can edit the grub entry for budgie and delete the "quiet splash" word and type "3" after you continue boot in text mode and no start X ..
Exactly! And you gave me a good idea, it makes sense, I will try it.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 08. January 2016, 20:25:15
startx just brought me to a completely black screen with the Manjaro Welcome window. So what is the actual command to start Budgie desktop?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: klaatu on 08. January 2016, 21:10:27
That's because one of the Solus forum posters mentioned the Deepin control panel and posted a screenshot of it. Ikey thought that was a cool idea, and so you now have the Raven control panel.

Ya gotta love open-sauce! :D

Regards.

Thank you for this info.

I somewhat like Budgie even though some things are still missing.
Tiling windows would be nice... I'm always going back to i3.

Maybe Ikey will push more control-center stuff into Raven (as applets).

BTW: my mind tells me a deepin-like control-center would fit i3 as well.

Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 08. January 2016, 22:07:33
startx just brought me to a completely black screen with the Manjaro Welcome window. So what is the actual command to start Budgie desktop?
before startx try to update system ..
i think no problem of startx ..
Code: [Select]
cat ~/.xinitrcyou see
Code: [Select]
exec budgie-desktopthis is the command for start budgie ... :)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 08. January 2016, 22:11:39
Stefano, does the whole thing with editing /etc/X11/intel.conf really work on a live CD?
I was trying this command but got nothing. Then with startx again I get into X only. On live CD.
Thanks for the answer!
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 08. January 2016, 23:03:39
Well .. you have to create this file but is not simply.. try the old school   ::)

at the boot on livecd stop countdown and type
Code: [Select]
xdriver=vesathen enter ... you now use driver vesa and not intel .. resolution in de is probably wrong but you can access at the de .. i hope :P
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 08. January 2016, 23:48:44
Thanks for guidance!
I just booted the normal way and opened only the CLI installer and the terminal and did nothing else. Was lucky not to get screen tearing and managed to install the little bird.
I was just curious if editing intel.conf would work on live CD. Will write soon how I like the DE.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 01:40:50
I think the desktop develops itself in the wrong direction. It is becoming a second Gnome. Maybe this saves some work for the developers, but it becomes less user friendly for new users. This is my subjective impression.
The good things: it is fast, it looks clean (maybe Compton is needed, because there are some dotted lines on the borders of white spaces), it is not broken after the first update.

One little bug: move window to another workspace doesn't work. On right-click on the icon on the panel gives the menu for move to another workspace but selecting a workspace doesn't have any result.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 12:06:30
After some more testing I would like to tell about some other problems.
- When I start Nautilus with gksu I have an icon in the top-left corner where I can click and edit preferences. As user I dont have this icon and cannot edit preferences.
- nm-applet does not appear on startup (also not in process list), the WiFi connection works anyway.
- date format on the panel is not editable.
- how can one edit the number of workspaces?
- how can you edit startup applications?
- Arc-Dark theme is not well suited to run libreoffice: beauty requires sacrifices. ;)
- before changing the theme I will create a snapshot of my home directory, because I'm afraid to break it.
- task-list with text (not the Icon task list) has fixed width; when opening too many windows they do not have enough space on the panel.
- the Icon Task List does not have the settings to show only windows from current workspace.
- I would like to have an application launcher like gmrun on Alt+F2, I have no idea how to set it up. I would also like to have a shortcut for closing the current window.
- are there any plans to enable vertical panel again?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 09. January 2016, 17:23:18
All budgie feature are the same of gnome ( shortkut key etc.. ) if you want see setting , open system setting>keyboard>shortcut and configure (if not configurated) what you want .
For autostart application on startup open gnome tweak tool > startup application and add what you want .

Twak tool and system setting are the better gui to configure also you use dconf but not simple way  :)

Quote
- When I start Nautilus with gksu I have an icon in the top-left corner where I can click and edit preferences. As user I dont have this icon and cannot edit preferences.
this not undestand  :( in my installation nautilus have te same menu ( user or superuser )

you can suggest another theme (icon and global) to change you can change easly to tweak tool

gmruns searching in goolge .. not know  :P.. and ok i see .. you can install it and customize the shortcut in system setting if you want ..

For the panel i hope re-add the vertical panel .. more distro have now included budgie in your repo so more request to feature is in progress..

The nm-applet .. i have to investigate .. in my system monitor i see , it run but no appear in the panel .. i have to investigate  where is the problem  ;)

edit : /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop need modification delete GNOME in NotShowIn magically appear..i need to modified nm-applet in upstream
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 17:44:14
Thanks for understanding my lack of Gnome experiece, Stefano! Too much stuff to learn, I feel a bit like a year ago when I started with  Linux.

I want to show with the screenshot the difference between Nautilus opened from menu (top right) and Nautilus opened by terminal (bottom right) - you see the icon in the second file manager window top left corner.
The second thing I show is that in the terminal I am running Htop, filtering for nm-applet and get no results.

Edit: there is a little problem with adding nm-applet to startup applications. I found them in Tweak Tool, but I can only add there such applications which have a .desktop file. Maybe I need to create one in ~/.config/autostart/
Would it work this way? I would also like to add Compton this way.

Edit2: Why is there no possibility to create an new text file from within the file manager? ???

Edit3: I solved the problems with KEyboard shortcuts. My Microsoft Multimedia Keyboard has a button to enable F1-12 buttons, I needed to press it (like on some other DMs, too). Alt+F2 on Budgie works a bit unsatisfactory, however. I typed nm-applet and got nm-connection-editor. I think it launches the app which has most similar spelling, a bad decission, imho.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 09. January 2016, 18:59:41
 :) :) :) lol also me not an expert in linux world  ;D

So for nautilus problem .. see with attention , in menu you have two item for terminal one is normal terminal other is root terminal . This is the difference : in your screenshot tou have opened a root terminal (you only show desktop icon ) and normal nautilus you see all icon

for nm applet ...
https://github.com/manjaro/manjaro-tools-iso-profiles/issues/102
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 19:21:15
So for nautilus problem .. see with attention , in menu you have two item for terminal one is normal terminal other is root terminal . This is the difference : in your screenshot tou have opened a root terminal (you only show desktop icon ) and normal nautilus you see all icon
The file manager window bottom-righ was launched with sudo nautilus. The one top-right with menu item 'Files'. I will inspect the .desktop file of 'Files'. I don't have a Root Terminal open on the screenshot.

for nm applet ...
https://github.com/manjaro/manjaro-tools-iso-profiles/issues/102
Then it will be solved soon, I trust our devs. I already created a nm-applet.desktop in ~/.config/autostart Will reboot in a moment to see if it works.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 09. January 2016, 19:29:56
The file manager window bottom-righ was launched with sudo nautilus. The one top-right with menu item 'Files'. I will inspect the .desktop file of 'Files'. I don't have a Root Terminal open on the screenshot.
Then it will be solved soon, I trust our devs. I already created a nm-applet.desktop in ~/.config/autostart Will reboot in a moment to see if it works.

Nm-applet solved in next update of budgie desktop 10.2.2-2  ;)

but sudo nautilus open a file manager in sudouser mode so you are root privileges  >:D
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 19:56:35
Ok, I want to make clear that I would like to set some preferences in File Manager when I open it as user. I would like to sort first folders and the files, open with single click and such... I can do it when I open it as root. See, I have attached another screenshot. Bottom-right window is Nautilus opened from Root Terminal.

(You can also see on the screenshot that nm-applet is there. BTW there is a plank.desktop file in ~/.config/autostart - is it for making the user easier to install Plank Dock?)

Different question: Is there a way to get a choice when righclick on a file in Nautilus with which application to open the file? I would so much like to edit the config files from Nautilus.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 22:24:13
My experiments with gksu resulted in a broken desktop. >:D
I don't know what actually caused it, but now the budgie-panel disappeares very often. I also lose the possibility to launch Ctrl+Alt+Del for logout dialog and need to shutdown by keeping the power button pressed.

What happened: I trie to launch gksudo nautilus with Alt+F2 dialog. Got Root Terminal, closed it. Opened Htop, launched Alt+F2 to get the name of the dialog (budgie-run-dialog if I remember correctly), I then accidentally pressed Alt+F1 (not used for anything) then remembered where the run dialog was and broght it to foregroung - it was a black field with ugly frame and no buttons. I only was able to close it with Esc. I wasn't able to launch anything, only to close all the windows an do a hard shutdown. Started again, launched sudo nautilus from terminal and created a file in /usr/share/application File Manager (Root) by copy and rename and edit properties. Launching it from main menu made the panel disappear and the desktop unresponsive. On next reboot tried nautilus from Root Terminal - no connection error or s.th. like that.

Should I create a new topic? Does anybody want to find out, what has gone wrong?

HA HA HA HA HAAAA I just inspected the /root directory (from Thunar on Xfce) in Budgie file system aaanndd it is empty, only the Desktop folder is there. Never had this before.

In such a situation a btrfs snapshot would have saved me from reinstalling, but I did not care to make it, because it was a play and test system anyway.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 09. January 2016, 22:53:49
I am on a smartphone but in all my iso i expext that... root is empty yes..  C:-)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 09. January 2016, 22:58:06
I am on a smartphone but in all my iso i expext that... root is empty yes..  C:-)
You guessed right, Stefano! ;D
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 09. January 2016, 23:01:42
You guessed right, Stefano! ;D

My friend   ;D
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 10. January 2016, 22:29:03
I was totally wrong about empty /root, it could not have been the problem.
I reinstalled nautilus and deleted the modified org.gnome.nautilus-root.desktop which had Exec=gksu nautilus
(I also installed nautilus-actions and nautilus-open-terminal. Don't know what this will do.)
After this reinstall the system seems to be more stable. I guess that my change of preferences in nautilus launched as root did somehow break the system. It might be for a reason that these preferences for Nautilus are disabled for the regular user and that they are enabled for root might be the devs forgot to disable them.

I tried to add Compton to startup, but it doesn't start. The terminal gives:
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[eugen@manjaro ~]$ compton -b
libGL error: Version 4 or later of flush extension not found
libGL error: failed to load driver: i915
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[eugen@manjaro ~]$ inxi -G
Graphics:  Card: Intel 82945G/GZ Integrated Graphics Controller
           Display Server: X.Org 1.17.4 driver: intel
           Resolution: 1366x768@59.79hz
           GLX Renderer: Mesa DRI Intel 945G GLX Version: 2.1 Mesa 11.1.0
I did sudo modprobe i915 but compton refuses to launch with the same error message.
This might also have s.th. to do with the crashes. For now I have no crashes. Let's see how it continues.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 10. January 2016, 22:45:47
nautilus-admin from the AUR replaced nautilus-gksu...
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 10. January 2016, 22:48:52
nautilus-admin from the AUR replaced nautilus-gksu...
Oh, that's a good one! I tried to create it manually.
A follow up question: Do you know how to make nautilus create new files from right-click menu? The answer is probably Arch Wiki. Didn't look there for Gnome things, mea culpa.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 10. January 2016, 22:58:45
I just started Nautilus Actions Configuration Tool from menu and the budgie-panel is gone once again. :-[
However, I have a usable terminal window - What output shall I provide?
Sh**, I resized it and now the terminal is black. Managed to open a new terminal windwow blindly by right click, but that is black, too.

Edit: Ok, was able to write reboot in terminal. Now back on Budgie and nautilus-admin works.
Also the update of budgie-desktop (10.2.2-1 -> 10.2.2-2) made the nm-applet appear two time, because it was in ~/.config/autostart already.
Now it is only interesting, how to fix the problem with these crashes. Maybe I should install a different kernel?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 10. January 2016, 23:44:39
Installed kernel 4.4x will see how it works on reboot.
Just tried s.th. with compton:
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[eugen@manjaro applications]$ compton
libGL error: Version 4 or later of flush extension not found
libGL error: failed to load driver: i915
Another composite manager is already running
What is the other composite manager? Will it be gone if I disable animations in Tweak Tool?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 00:12:36
Wow, I maybe found the cause of my errors, this is from my Grub config /etc/grub.d/40_custom a line from the Grub menu entry for Budgie:
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initrd /@budgie/boot/intel-ucode.img /@lxqt/boot/initramfs-4.1-x86_64.imgThe initramfs was pointing to @lxqt subvolume, it happens to have the same version number, so it somehow boot. But such things are probably not healthy.
I copied the code fro kernel 4.4x and got kernel panic, becasue there is no kernel 4.4x on LXQt installed.
Will change the wrong path and see what happens.

Update: A crash happened anyway, on kernel 4.4, I opened Htop from menu and it was black and the panel disappeared. I think s.th. is bad with the terminal.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 00:37:05
...
A follow up question: Do you know how to make nautilus create new files from right-click menu?

Yes. That's why GNOME.org gave us the Templates directory. Make a blank file in gedit (or whatever)-- no extension--call it say, 'New File' and put it in the Templates folder. Restart Nautilus (nautilus -q) and it will now be in your right-click menu. Tada! :D

Regards.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Jeannie on 11. January 2016, 00:38:33
Yes. That's why GNOME.org gave us the Templates directory. Make a blank file in gedit (or whatever)-- no extension--call it say, 'New File' and put it in the Templates folder. Restart Nautilus (nautilus -q) and it will now be in your right-click menu. Tada! :D

Regards.
Why make it easy if there's a difficult way?
J.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 00:42:55
Why make it easy if there's a difficult way?
J.

Try making a soft link in Nautilus. It ain't quite as nice as Thunar, et al. ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 00:49:30
Yes. That's why GNOME.org gave us the Templates directory. Make a blank file in gedit (or whatever)-- no extension--call it say, 'New File' and put it in the Templates folder. Restart Nautilus (nautilus -q) and it will now be in your right-click menu. Tada! :D

Regards.
Very nice, I somehow like this Gnome humour, it matches the Gnome character from D&D. >:D
This workaround doesn't work for root, I copied the Templates folder to /root, but it has no effect, after restart neither.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 01:21:56
This workaround doesn't work for root, I copied the Templates folder to /root, but it has no effect, after restart neither.

I would have never thought to try that in /root. I typically just move files around (swappiness, xorg,conf stuff, crda) as superuser in Nautilus.

Are you working out of /root nowadays or just otherwise on a path towards self-destruction? ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 01:29:26
I would have never thought to try that in /root. I typically just move files around (swappiness, xorg,conf stuff, crda) as superuser in Nautilus.

Are you working out of /root nowadays or just otherwise on a path towards self-destruction? ;)
I sometimes need to create files in /etc, /usr/share/applications... I know I can open a terminal window from a folder.

Update on crashes: Now the panel crashes when I just click on the menu. This happened already three times. I open then roxterm (install it as alternative terminal) with Alt+F2 and reboot. Happens with both kernels. Will try kernel 3.18
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 01:32:30
I sometimes need to create files in /etc, /usr/share/applications... I know I can open a terminal window from a folder.

Cool. You can also just navigate to Templates, right-click 'open in terminal,' type "gedit new" save and exit.   
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 01:38:19
...
Update on crashes: Now the panel crashes when I just click on the menu. This happened already three times.

Not the first time that's been reported. I do not recall the fix. Are you running solely Stefano's build, or did you install Budgie with/ontop of something else?
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 01:47:06
To help keep score:

https://github.com/solus-project/budgie-desktop/issues

https://solus-project.com/forums/index.php
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 01:57:15
I installed Stefano's build in a separate subvolume, no other programs are interfering. The wrong path to initramfs in Grub is corrected, so that could not have been the issue. Will try kernel 3.18 now. Will also study the bugs you gave the link for.

Update: It's the same with kernel 3.18x, surfed a bit with the browser, want to click the menu and the panel disappears.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 03:22:51
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[eugen@manjaro ~]$ journalctl | grep 'panel'
Hint: You are currently not seeing messages from other users and the system.
      Users in the 'systemd-journal' group can see all messages. Pass -q to
      turn off this notice.
Jan 09 00:12:39 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 00:12:39 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:39 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:39 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:40 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:40 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:40 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:40 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:40 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:41 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:41 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:41 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:12:41 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:15:46 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 00:15:46 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 00:15:48 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 00:19:45 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 00:19:46 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 00:20:35 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 00:26:07 manjaro gnome-session[566]: ** (budgie-panel:701): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 00:38:32 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (gnome-control-center:1805): datetime-cc-panel-WARNING **: Timezone '' is unhandled, setting Europe/London as default
Jan 09 00:39:02 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (gnome-control-center:1805): datetime-cc-panel-WARNING **: Timezone '' is unhandled, setting Europe/London as default
Jan 09 00:39:02 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (gnome-control-center:1805): datetime-cc-panel-WARNING **: Timezone '' is unhandled, setting Europe/London as default
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:45:51 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xc2\u001b&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xc2\u001b\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:46:21 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\x83&amp;&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 26: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\x83&\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x861&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x861\u0001'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 00:47:10 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xd6\xdf</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xd6\xdf'
Jan 09 01:06:34 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 01:10:16 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xc017&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xc017\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\x9f/&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 27: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\x9f/\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:54 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big> \xed\u0012\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid ' \xed\u0012\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xc92&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xc92\u0001'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 01:31:58 manjaro gnome-session[566]: (budgie-panel:701): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>&#x10;\xfbQ\u0001X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 24: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\u0010\xfbQ\u0001X'
Jan 09 09:42:31 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 09:42:32 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:32 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:32 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:32 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:33 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:33 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:33 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:33 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:42:33 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:44:09 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (gnome-control-center:1202): datetime-cc-panel-WARNING **: Timezone '' is unhandled, setting Europe/London as default
Jan 09 09:49:31 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 09:50:02 manjaro gnome-session[583]: ** (budgie-panel:742): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 10:46:27 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 10:46:27 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 10:46:29 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:52:38 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0\x84[&#x1;</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 22: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0\x84[\u0001'
Jan 09 11:53:06 manjaro gnome-session[583]: (budgie-panel:742): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 14:19:35 manjaro gnome-session[581]: ** (budgie-panel:805): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 14:19:36 manjaro gnome-session[581]: ** (budgie-panel:805): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 14:19:36 manjaro gnome-session[581]: ** (budgie-panel:805): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:44:32 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x90\xa4\xde\u0001</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x90\xa4\xde\u0001'
Jan 09 14:55:08 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 16:09:49 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 16:09:51 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 17:30:24 manjaro gnome-session[581]: (budgie-panel:805): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 17:57:15 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: ** (budgie-panel:3369): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 17:57:15 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: ** (budgie-panel:3369): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 17:57:15 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: ** (budgie-panel:3369): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 17:57:16 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: ** (budgie-panel:3369): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 17:57:16 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: ** (budgie-panel:3369): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 17:57:16 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: ** (budgie-panel:3369): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 18:12:10 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: (budgie-panel:3369): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 18:12:11 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: (budgie-panel:3369): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 18:12:16 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: (budgie-panel:3369): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 18:36:32 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: (budgie-panel:3369): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 18:36:32 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: (budgie-panel:3369): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 18:36:38 manjaro gnome-session[3226]: (budgie-panel:3369): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 19:42:26 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 19:42:26 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:27 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:27 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:27 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:27 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:28 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:28 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:28 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:42:28 manjaro gnome-session[590]: ** (budgie-panel:749): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 19:43:47 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 19:43:47 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 19:43:47 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 19:43:47 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 19:43:48 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 19:43:48 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:01:40 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:01:42 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:27:01 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:27:03 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:27:28 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:27:28 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:27:29 manjaro gnome-session[590]: (budgie-panel:749): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:39:57 manjaro gnome-session[594]: ** (budgie-panel:755): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 21:43:40 manjaro gnome-session[594]: (budgie-panel:755): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:43:41 manjaro gnome-session[594]: (budgie-panel:755): Gtk-WARNING **: Invalid icon size 0
Jan 09 21:49:22 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: PowerIndicator.vala:49: Unable to discover a battery
Jan 09 21:49:23 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 21:49:23 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 21:49:23 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 21:49:23 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 21:49:23 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 21:49:24 manjaro gnome-session[564]: ** (budgie-panel:789): WARNING **: manager.vala:351: Error loading theme: <broken file>:1:0Failed to import: The resource at '/com/solus-project/budgie/theme.css' does not exist
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\xb0a\xe4X</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 18: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\xb0a\xe4X'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Failed to get journal fields: Bad message
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80\xbe\xb9</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\xbe\xb9'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80&#x1b;\xdaX</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 23: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\u001b\xdaX'
Jan 09 21:51:35 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>\x80&#x1b;\xdaX</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 23: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '\x80\u001b\xdaX'
Jan 09 21:52:07 manjaro gnome-session[564]: (budgie-panel:789): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to set text '<big>@\xd6\xe3</big>' from markup due to error parsing markup: Error on line 1 char 17: Invalid UTF-8 encoded text in name - not valid '@\xd6\xe3'
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 11. January 2016, 09:34:17
Guys, be patient .. i have switched my system to budgie and gnome to best maintain them but i have an annoiance for me ... my pc broken  >:( i dont't know why but when i have to configure hardware the installation freeze.. i have to investigate what accident have my pc ... >:(
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 16:21:50
I am at a loss for words, eugen-b. I'm on Arch + Budgie (and GNOME) at present. When I install Budgie I do it one of two ways;
1) Arch base install. add in yaourt via nano, install budgie-desktop (right now I'm on budgie-desktop-git, instead), install networkmanager & lightdm & lxpolkit-gtk3 (later replaced with polkit-gnome). Started doing it this way with Budgie 10.0 or 10.1 in Aug/Sep(?). Had problems and switched to...
2) Arch base + gnome-shell, then add Budgie & remove gnome-shell & GDM, (add networkmanager back in), add lightdm. This is how I do it now & it's not problematic. I think there are aspects of GNOME that go missing using the other method, even though it is much cleanser.

Ikey has made many, many design changes to the DE since Solus RC1 was released, including the Raven control panel. Stability is a moving target at this point in time...

Just my 2-cents. I could be COMPLETELY wrong. :(

-Ken
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 16:29:22
At least we have a known issue of current Budgie not running well on 'crappy' hardware like mine. But it is running not bad when it isn't crashing. ~300MB RAM at start, smooth window animations, workspaces switching fast.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: c00ter on 11. January 2016, 16:40:17
...it is running not bad when it isn't crashing...

Product Endorsement of The Year candidate! :D
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 11. January 2016, 23:54:55
I decided to change the theme from Arc-Dark to evopop-gtk-theme. I disabled global dark theme. In Raven I also switched to evopop-gtk-theme switched dark theme and built-in theme back and forth (the panel became transparent and didn't want to get opaque again).
It is early to tell (20 minutes), but no crashes so far.

Antother point: In contrary to the Distrowatch reviewer I like the feature of the menu that frequently uses apps climb up.

Yet another point: I would like to make Roxterm the default terminal, didn't find out yet how to do it. It is gtk3 but has tabs (and I got used to it on antiX). Uninstalling gnome-terminal is probably not possible. EDIT: Found out that gnome-terminal can also have tabs. Found this guide (http://www.sandeepdatta.com/2011/11/replacing-default-gnome-terminal.html) to make Roxterm default, but I don't know whether it is easily reversible.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: balloon on 12. January 2016, 02:47:21
Please watch for future behavior of Solus Project:

https://plus.google.com/b/111659895494557099209/+Solus-Project/posts/6FPLh4WJCkf

https://github.com/solus-project/budgie-desktop/issues/313
https://solus-project.com/2016/01/10/this-week-in-solus-install-17/
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 12. January 2016, 09:56:44
Logged in 20 min ago, evopop-gtk-theme, the panel is opaque again and not crushing.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 16. January 2016, 13:36:18
I wanted to write that Midori gtk3 looks very nice on Budgie. It doesn't have the problem with ugly fonts like the gtk2 version on Xfce.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 17. January 2016, 12:26:22
I m back .. now in my system running only gnome and budgie .. For Budgie if you wnat activate the lock screen
install gnome-screensaver and put the .desktop file in /etc/xdg/autostart and if you have a laptop like me modify
the /etc/systemd/logind.conf to
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HandleLidSwitchDocked=suspendfor enable the lid suspend ( in future budgie will provide whit gui )

 ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: punkzerboy on 27. January 2016, 07:04:16
Any new's? I'm using this flavour and after a couple of days and last kernel upgrade, the random crashes are gone.

Un saludo desde Argentina xD
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: balloon on 27. January 2016, 10:23:57
A few days Budgie not been updated:
https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?board=39.0

It would have been improved by other factors such as the kernel.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 27. January 2016, 22:43:37
Hi , i'm here  ;D

I want to test the next patch release for budgie 10.x.x , in this day solus have to release ..

for your problem i m in unstable up to date and with kernel 4.4.x not crash for me  ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: punkzerboy on 30. January 2016, 06:38:14
Testing:
Intel Atom N450 1,6Ghz(chipset i915)
2GB Ram
HD 320Gb---> boot partition:260mb(reiserfs); root:29Gb(btrfs); home:288Gb(xfs); swap:2Gb

Awesome performance with linux kernel 4.4 and no crashes so far
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Jeannie on 30. January 2016, 09:49:29
Testing:
Intel Atom N450 1,6Ghz(chipset i915)
2GB Ram
HD 320Gb---> boot partition:260mb(reiserfs); root:29Gb(btrfs); home:288Gb(xfs); swap:2Gb

Awesome performance with linux kernel 4.4 and no crashes so far
Strange, Budgie feels extremely sluggish and shows massive perfomance fluctuations and microfreezes on my testing machine, I7, Nvidia 570m non optimus, 16 GB of ram.
J.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: mandog on 30. January 2016, 11:12:55
Strange, Budgie feels extremely sluggish and shows massive perfomance fluctuations and microfreezes on my testing machine, I7, Nvidia 570m non optimus, 16 GB of ram.
J.
I get similar performance issues apart from the microfreezes the curser spins for 30 secs after a program starts, start-up ram has gone up to 350mb from 300mb compare that to my Gnome3 setup 407mb at start-up makes me wonder if its really worth it anyway, I had no problems with the last version of the budgie-desktop that was very fast.
AMD 6 core Nvidia GT 551 8gb ram both running on gnome minimal 64bt same services blocked.
Compare with Solus 580mb start-up with the same hardware to my mind totally defeats the point as it is not in anyway a lightweight distro     
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 12. February 2016, 20:33:59
I want to show with the screenshot the difference between Nautilus opened from menu (top right) and Nautilus opened by terminal (bottom right) - you see the icon in the second file manager window top left corner.
The second thing I show is that in the terminal I am running Htop, filtering for nm-applet and get no results.
I'm coming back to an old problem, because I'm happy to having solved it. This is an old schreenshot:
(https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=29774.0;attach=13037;image) (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=29774.0;attach=13037;image)

Now I changed s.th. within Tweak Tool -> Top Bar -> Show Application Menu - "Off"
On the attached screenshot you see the Tweak Tool window on the right. The option was turned on previously. This bug within Tweak Tool and also Control Centre, that the switch between On and Off is defined wrong, is frequent.
The other window on the left is Nautilus which now has a menu with Preferences, it is open.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Fatboy on 01. March 2016, 14:49:16
Aaah man! This looks too good!
I have a few questions (excuse my ignorance):

1) Do Budgie DE have a application launcher (like XFCE does)?
2) Would one be able to use the Mutter WM in stead of the default?
3) Would thunar file manager be stable in Budgie? Alternatives?

And what is this story with the wifi icon disappearing? Sounds like a monstrous bug? haha
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Fatboy on 01. March 2016, 14:52:59
Alright, so I see Budgie do have a app launcher. very nice!
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: eugen-b on 01. March 2016, 15:27:38
Aaah man! This looks too good!
I have a few questions (excuse my ignorance):

1) Do Budgie DE have a application launcher (like XFCE does)?
2) Would one be able to use the Mutter WM in stead of the default?
3) Would thunar file manager be stable in Budgie? Alternatives?

And what is this story with the wifi icon disappearing? Sounds like a monstrous bug? haha

Budgie is not very customizable yet, or you need to know what you do. I would leave Nautilus and the WM alone, only install some Nautilus extesions to be able to open an admin window and edit a file as admin.

BTW, the panel crash bug with Arc theme is gone after the last testing update.
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Fatboy on 01. March 2016, 18:29:05
Noted. Thanks eugen-b :)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 01. March 2016, 22:53:33
Hi guys .. Budgie for now is a gnome version more less and friendly gnome2 .. Ikey and solus dev/fan working for app to add in the future ( wheather and more  ::) )..
I have added in our repo the original theming for budgie like solus :
arc-theme-dark , arc-firefox-themes and moka-icon-theme .

For fun and for pleasure of eyes i and ... oberon  O:-) we decided to create themes for each plymouth though, is not a priority then will have a "development" slow but in the meantime for budgie ...
https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=30723.msg260194#msg260194
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Fatboy on 03. March 2016, 10:32:43
@c00ter Did you see the Distrowatch page? Budgie 10.2.4 is out with the Solus 1.1 release :D Ehrmahgerd!
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 03. March 2016, 10:43:05
Budgie v10.2.4 solve only minor bugs.. Solus1.1 rather big changes in pkg and structure ..  ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Fatboy on 03. March 2016, 10:51:55
Haha Thanks Ste74! I am definitely not going to argue with you ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 03. March 2016, 11:24:01
Haha Thanks Ste74! I am definitely not going to argue with you ;)

Why ? i am not a dictator  ;D ;D ;D and not professor  :) ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Fatboy on 03. March 2016, 16:40:05
Why ? i am not a dictator  ;D ;D ;D and not professor  :) ;)

Haha yeah, but you're the specialist here :)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 05. March 2016, 14:17:50
Budgie-desktop is now in community repo testing of arch linux .  ;)
Title: Re: [Testing] Manjaro Budgie 16.01 with budgie V10.2.2
Post by: Ste74 on 02. May 2016, 19:07:23
To actualize the setting for new gtk and other please do that
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cd .config/dconf
mv user user.bak
sudo rm -rf /etc/skel
sudo  manjaro-budgie-settings

logout and login  ;)