I tried that and it installed some 300MB successfully just to find out that I’ve should use something else(below) instead and the previous method of installing lots of packages with dnf on dom0 is a big mistake.
sudo qubes-dom0-update kde-settings-qubes
So I did run this command and it successfully finished, but I don’t get any visual changes. Do I need to do something else?
P.S. I re-installed the entire system and updated the dom0.
@unman I agree with the statement and thank you for support.
I did as you suggest and it worked. I must say though, I switched from Manjaro and the KDE experience is very different. I feel that something is different, but don’t know what exactly. For example, when I click on the network icon(it’s blank icon now, after switching to KDE) in the system-tray it open a pop-up with networks available, but it’s very glitchy to close it. I close outside of the window and it doesn’t work, I click on the same icon and sometimes it works sometimes not.
And the reboot/shutting down black screen is present and I have no idea how to deal with it.
That (un)icon can be difficult - usually a Rclick can close - at worst I
VPN–Connections → Add, and close that window. Not often .
I don’t have any experience outside Qubes to make a comparison.
Interested to hear your thoughts.
@51lieal You know what, I’m pretty sure I had like at least twice getting black screen while powering off(not rebooting), but after something(or switching to KDE, or updating) I have only on reboot as well. That’s less painful.
Yes, of course: XPS 13 9380 with i7 8565u
Yes, but I thought you were talking about sending HCL report via email, as stated here: How to use the hardware compatibility list (HCL) | Qubes OS , correct? It says “report for the benefit of further Qubes development”, so I doubt there will be any solution in the nearest future, unfortunately. But I don’t mind to shoot the email if that’s gonna help the team.