since my last update - regularly done , i.e ounce per week - something strange and disagreeable appends : it takes 30 seconds for the “Welcome menu” while it was instantaneous previously ; also others changes are :
-at startup window for enter password is now larger than previously ( 2 time approx ) , but that is not a big issue
Tor browser was not starting , then I reinstall it .
All that is strange and not good for confidence in the system , any idea to clear that ?
I use “Welcome menu” for update of the system , and when welcome menu appear after 30 s others sub-menu are operating normally…
that seems a very bloated way to keep updates. I do believe EndeavorOS has a upgrade app with a much smaller foot print. I say I believe because I always remove those type apps at start. As I have my own method.
Also another method to check for updates is use checkupdates command. This will list available updates or if you just want a quick count of updates use checkupdates | wc -l
As your other issues go please follow @manuel instructions
1)here the journal
[ecr@ecr-inspiron3910 ~]$ sudo journalctl -b -0 | eos-sendlog https://0x0.st/HoS2.txt
2) with the comand in the terminal the delay is s the same and here a msg:
[ecr@ecr-inspiron3910 ~]$ eos-welcome --once --startdelay=0
Info: translation issues detected, see file ‘/tmp/translations-6H6bN.errlog’.
here the content of tmp file : Warning: Welcome: language ‘fr’ placeholder ‘nb_nofify_user1’: translation not found, ‘en’ used as fallback.
Warning: Welcome: language ‘fr’ placeholder ‘nb_nofify_user2’: translation not found, ‘en’ used as fallback.
Warning: Welcome: language ‘fr’ placeholder ‘nb_nofify_user3’: translation not found, ‘en’ used as fallback.
The log includes a core dump. Not sure what caused it, but probably worth looking into.
There are some delays related to disk encryption.
The translation warnings are just warnings, they just tell the translation is not complete, and English fallbacks are used. So nothing to do with the delay.
Hopefully @Translators will take care of this.
So the delay is about 30 seconds when you manually run the eos-welcome command? Just making sure I got it right.