Deixo aqui uns vídeos interessantes sobre a forma de utilizar os comandos eopkg, no terminal desta distribuição. Falado em português.
Joshua Strobl has announced the availability of an updated release of Solus, an independent, desktop-focused Linux distribution. Besides the standard edition featuring the Budgie desktop (developed in house), this version also comes in a MATE variant as well as a brand-new GNOME 2.24 flavour: "We're proud to announce our second ISO image snapshot, 2017.04.18.0, across our Budgie and MATE editions, as well as our new GNOME edition. This snapshot is the culmination of months of work across nearly every aspect of our operating system, ranging from multiple under-the-hood upgrades and changes to improvements to our desktop experiences. This snapshot is the first to deliver bulletproof boot management out-of-the-box, leveraging clr-boot-manager to enable the maintenance and garbage collection of kernels, as well as configuration of the bootloader. Furthermore, clr-boot-manager enables the retention of known-working kernels, so you can always roll back to a prior kernel."
Solus 4 Coming January 2018 with Snap Support in Software Center.
"Software Center will have snap support and integrate the new LDM library that will gain a new hotplug-aware daemon, which will dynamically discover drivers and prompt
the user to install them, not just for stuff like NVIDIA GPUs, but stuff like Razer Mouse or even USB Brother printers, etc.," said Ikey Doherty exclusively for Softpedia.
If that's not enough for you, Solus 4 will also incorporate the latest Linux 4.14 LTS (Long Term Support) kernel series and Mesa 17.3 graphics stack so you can play
the newest Linux games with your Intel or AMD Radeon GPUs. Of course, it will also come with all the most recent security patches and software releases.
Já vi vários users com esse problema, não me lembro da solução neste momento. Experimenta com o cabo, pode ser que funcione.
https://getsol.us/2018/09/20/solus-3-iso-refresh-released/We are proud to announce the availability of Solus 3.9999, our ISO refresh of Solus 3. This refresh enables support for a variety of new hardware released since Solus 3, introduces an updated set of default applications and theming, as well as enables users to immediately take advantage of new Solus infrastructure.
Doherty reached out to us this morning to publish this open letter to the Solus community. Sadly he will not be returning to Solus development but does wish them the best as he moves on.
It appears that Ikey Doherty, the founder and lead dev of Solus, has left the project.
Esperemos que o conceito de Solus do Ikey não fique pelo caminho, seria uma pena.