Description of the issue (screenshots if relevant):
This is a short but a long history too about my OpenMandriva… Since 2016 I’ve watching the fall of its performance, before loosing some important updates thru the Control Center and a block to upgrade the browser Firefox in Mozilla’s ways. But I know… its a common and repeated case here.
The real problem is because now I lost a lot of functions like just be enable to download packages and repositories; to execute some .exe [ as the Firefox 89 used after download the package manually ]; to transfer or receive some files thru bluetooth; to acess my smartphone in the USB port… All during the last week! Its made me knew about the 4.2 and 4.3 versions, but all that limits are blocking me to do the upgrade to try resolve it. And yesterday, my notebook lost the system initializing directly to the bios. Fortunatelly, I have a boot disk in a pendrive, but after reinstall the system its not running, ever staying in that screen’s transition between the power on and the desktop background loaded.
How could I save my computer?!
Relevant informations (hardware involved, software version, logs or output…):
The command to install a package is dnf install <package> the command to remove a package is dnf remove <package>. KDE image writer is not available for OM Lx 4.0. So use ROSA image writer. Both of those are very simple applications that just copy to flash drive with the dd command. Functionally they are the same. To install ROSA image writer:
$ sudo dnf install rosa-imagewriter
ROSA image writer is well tested in OM Lx and folks have been using it for a long time. KDE image writer is available in our Rolling branch and will be available with OM Lx 4.3.
ok guys, I’ll follow your recomendations to post out put that repo commands. but just to clear, I already reinstall the OM LX 4.0.12 thru a boot USB disk and now I’m trying upgrade the Firefox 38 for some newest version before upgrade my OM.
at this moment, the Mozilla’s automatic upgrade is being denied for lack of admistrative permissions; the files .exe of the packages aren’t executable after the download, as the 93.0 version available in the website’s navigator; and any program is available in the Control Center.