Package Details: gnome-shell-performance 1:3.38.1+15+gc555f19b1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/gnome-shell-performance.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: gnome-shell-performance
Description: Next generation desktop shell
Upstream URL: https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GnomeShell
Licenses: GPL2
Groups: gnome
Conflicts: gnome-shell
Provides: gnome-shell, gnome-shell=3.38.1+15+gc555f19b1, gnome-shell=1:3.38.1+15+gc555f19b1
Submitter: Saren
Maintainer: Saren (Terence)
Last Packager: Terence
Votes: 18
Popularity: 0.52
First Submitted: 2018-08-04 18:21
Last Updated: 2020-10-25 13:48

Dependencies (31)

Required by (290)

Sources (2)

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Terence commented on 2019-08-02 16:35

Warning: Before making a report of something broken, make sure it is not caused by an extension or a custom theme!

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hpstg commented on 2020-04-30 12:38

When in an X.org session, locking the screen, or the screen going to sleep, will "lock" any sort of interaction with application windows, while the shell itself can be clicked.

Reverting back to gnome-shell fixed it.

EDIT: It didn't fix it, it seems to be a more general issue. I will try to isolate the moment it happens exactly and paste the journal.

chrisjbillington commented on 2020-04-29 17:32

@Terence Thanks :)

Terence commented on 2020-04-29 12:30

@chrisjbillington right, right, I made the patch and the associated dependency optional.

chrisjbillington commented on 2020-04-29 01:07

gjs-git fails its check() presently. Also, do we really want to pull in an actual -git package as a dependency of this one? This package has curated patches added to it, whereas a -git package is bringing in patches from the next release indiscriminately, exposing users to likely more breakage compared to curated patches. I think I'd rather just not include the upstream patches that can't be backported without pulling in a -git package.

shrisha commented on 2020-04-21 15:11

I restored pacman.conf from backup which I did before adding chaotic aur. And now package build and installed successfully. :)

Now only mutter performance package left. getting this: could not satisfy dependencies: removing mutter breaks dependency 'libmutter-6.so=0-64' required by gnome-shell-performance Any thoughts on that? Thank you.

shrisha commented on 2020-04-21 13:17

@chrisjbillington Thank you for your advice, the only reason why I installed Manjaro Gnome edition is this two packages (mutter performance, shell performance) . I'm on Fedora for past few years and it's quite frustrating having highend hardware and still suffer from poor desktop performance. I heard about this two patches and decide to give it a try. And I have no problem to install anything from Pamac. Just tried again and it's went flawlessly.

chrisjbillington commented on 2020-04-21 04:32

@shrisha it sounds like you've messed up your mirrorlist. Presumably you are having trouble installing any other packages as well? If so, the issue is probably not anything to do with this package. Once you've got things working with installing regular software from the repositories, you can think about this package again.

Having said that, if you are new to Manjaro, perhaps consider just running the default gnome-shell from the repositories for a while. There's plenty to learn and tinker with without the higher-than-normal chance of messing up your system that comes with installing a custom build of the DE.

chrisjbillington commented on 2020-04-21 04:32

@shrisha it sounds like you've messed up your mirrorlist. Presumably you are having trouble installing any other packages as well? If so, the issue is probably not anything to do with this package. Once you've got things working with installing regular software from the repositories, you can think about this package again.

Having said that, if you are new to Manjaro, perhaps consider just running the default gnome-shell from the repositories for a while. There's plenty to learn and tinker with without the higher-than-normal chance of messing up your system that comes with installing a custom build of the DE.

chrisjbillington commented on 2020-04-21 04:32

@shrisha it sounds like you've messed up your mirrorlist. Presumably you are having trouble installing any other packages as well? If so, the issue is probably not anything to do with this package. Once you've got things working with installing regular software from the repositories, you can think about this package again.

Having said that, if you are new to Manjaro, perhaps consider just running the default gnome-shell from the repositories for a while. There's plenty to learn and tinker with without the higher-than-normal chance of messing up your system that comes with installing a custom build of the DE.

shrisha commented on 2020-04-21 03:17

Thank you @kode54 and @Terence. But now I'm getting new error: no servers configured for repository :)

I added chaotic-aur. Same problem with and without.