I have just installed arch linux for the first time and I need to setup a window manager. I've chosen enlightenment and I installed it. I also installed entrance. Everything shows up fine at startup, but if I want to login using enlightenment the login screen just restarts. I alson have another issue, when I login in under system (which does work) and I shutdown my laptop it takes a very long time. Does anyone kown how to fix these problem (especially the first one)?
Entrance is unreleased, in development software that may or may not work. In my experience, it's more "may not" right now. Use a different DM.
For the second question, I have no idea what you mean "log in under system".
Does enlightenment start if you start it manually?
Last edited by paris3200 (2013-03-08 17:18:40)
I found out that I had to enter the account twice, and then it started. Anyway I have ditched entrance and installed slim, which also doesn't take long to shutdown. But now I have problems with my wifi. I have installed connman (and econnman) and I have found a way to enable all hardware on startup. But I am unable to connect to my wireless network with connman (wpa2). The wireless network shows up but it never really connects.
Solved, I removed the networkmanager packages and my wifi connected.
Last edited by ParadoxNL (2013-03-08 19:12:30)
Also solved econnman wpa2 problem issuing: systemctl disable net-auto-wireless.