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Posting here because I haven't found anyone else with this problem. FHD model, Running latest drivers installed with Windows before getting Arch on it, video driver is mesa but this happens even in tty1 before I startx.

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I've got the strangers screen flicker, quite like the one in this video but but not usually as frequent. I haven't been able to really figure out the cause either. Sometimes it'll happen like in the video, other times it'll go hours and be just fine. I've tried changing kernel boot parameters but that had no effect, I've tried both mesa and xf86-video-intel flickering happens in both. There aren't any errors on boot or from any logs (Xorg, ect.) that I can find.

All I've been able to guess is that it's the CABC (the auto adjustment on the screen brightness) and it's messing around and clashing with the driver and/or hardware.

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Having said that, I found the installation quite difficult on any laptop that has dual Intel/nVidia graphics. I’m going to list the steps I used to get Kubuntu 16.10 working on my Defiance II. My Laptop I have a PC Specialist Defiance II, which is a re-branded Clevo P65P67RGRERA.

I don't think I'll be able to use this laptop long term with this flickering, what do you all think? Return for a different modle that I can turn off CABC or just RMA?

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  • 19:54:01 CPU%usr%nice%sys%iowait%irq%soft%steal%guest%gnice%idle 19:54:06 all 0.94 0.00 1.31 0.03 0.44 0.10 0.00 0.00 0.00 97.19 Average: all 0.94 0.00 1.31 0.03 0.44 0.10 0.00 0.00 0.00 97.19 But this only lasts until I reboot again.
Posted: Wed 08 Jan 2020, 20:40 Post subject:
Terry H wrote:
BarryK wrote:
Terry H wrote:
I have installed the Opera Portable produced by Mike Walsh, it is running really well in both EasyOS Buster 2.2 and Pyro 1.3. I extracted the directory to /home/portable and created a launcher in /usr/share/applications. I then used Easy Container Management to set it up to run in a container, but unfortunately it won't run.
Running the executable created (ec-chroot-Opera-portable) from a terminal gives no indication of what the error is. When opening a terminal in the /usr/sbin directory, after executing, it only returns to the # prompt without any indication of an error. The log just shows that it starts, then stops.
So, just asking if there is something I could try to get it to run in a container?
Screen capture of /var/log:

Look at the script /usr/sbin/ec-chroot-Opera-portable, it should look like this:
empty -f ec-chroot Opera-portable

In a terminal, execute this:
# ec-chroot Opera-portable

What that will do is run the container at /mnt/wkg/containers/Opera-portable. There should be an executable in the path, named 'Opera-portable', when the container is running.
Running in a terminal as shown above should give some indication why it failed.
If it has tried to run Opera-portable and aborted, look in /mnt/wkg/containers/Opera-portable/.session/tmp/xerrors-Opera-portable.log

Thanks for the response. When run from a terminal there are no details written to xerrors-Opera-portable.log. The following information is returned to the terminal.

# ec-chroot Opera-portable
gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.
gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.
Executing: DISPLAY=:0 pflask --mount=bind:/mnt/sdb2/home/shared:/mnt/wkg/home/shared --keepenv --mount=bind:/tmp/.X11-unix/X0:/tmp/.X11-unix/X0 --no-ipcns --no-netns --mount=bind:/dev/snd:/dev/snd --mount=bind:/dev/mixer:/dev/mixer --caps=all,-sys_admin,-sys_boot,-sys_chroot,-sys_ptrace,-sys_time,-sys_tty_config,-chown,-kill,-dac_override,-dac_read_search,-fowner,-setfcap,-setpcap,-net_admin,-mknod,-sys_module,-sys_nice,-sys_resource --no-userns --chroot=/mnt/sdb2/containers/Opera-portable/container -- /.control/ec-run Opera-portable
[✔] Child exited
Unmounting: /mnt/sdb2/containers/Opera-portable/container
Unmounting: /mnt/sdb2/containers/Opera-portable/.ro0
Container Opera-portable stopped

At one point I did get a message of failing to run as root / no-sandbox when running in a terminal. I didn't get a copy of the output.
As this was just a test to set up a program running in a container, I don't want to waste anyone's further time on this. I am quite satisfied with running seamonkey within a container.
So thank you again for EasyOS.

Here is a trick, for chasing failure of an app to start in a container. I will do this with the 'www' container. Start it like this:
# ec-chroot www urxvt

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...what this does is start the www container, then looks for an executable named 'www', if not exist, then falls back to running 'urxvt'.
So, you have a terminal running. Then I type something, say 'leafpad', or 'seamonkey' and they start.
In your case:
# ec-chroot Opera-portable urxvt

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...but you will have to rename the executable 'Opera-portable' to something else, say 'o-p', then when the terminal is running in the container, type 'o-p' -- if it aborts, there should be an error msg in the terminal.

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