Maybe try rebooting and not messing around with these additional commands?

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2022-09-16 19:53:44
cubementore 2022-09-16 19:53:17
maybe your phone sucks?

Noppeee…

2022-09-16 19:53:56
adb works perfectly
jonathn 2022-09-16 19:54:08
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What’s the setpci command supposed to do?

2022-09-16 19:54:48
Idk. Saw in a forum saying it will force the usb to use usb 2 port
JF049 2022-09-16 19:54:49
*shrugs* you can try to find and download older/some other fastboot binary and go from there.
2022-09-16 19:55:01
I mean connection
JF049 2022-09-16 19:55:18
JF049 2022-09-16 19:54:49
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*shrugs* you can try to find and download older/some other fastboot binary and go from there.

I am not even sure what else you can do

jonathn 2022-09-16 19:55:20
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Idk. Saw in a forum saying it will force the usb to use usb 2 port

If you don’t know what it does, why on Earth are you running it? 😂

2022-09-16 19:55:47
Saw many people saying it might issue with usb 3 port
jonathn 2022-09-16 19:55:56
“Hey, something doesn’t work with USB. I ran a command that fucks about with USB. But it’s definitely Arch at fault.”
2022-09-16 19:55:59
I did put into usb 2 port only though
jonathn 2022-09-16 19:57:03
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I did put into usb 2 port only though

So you’re running a command that does “something” to a USB 3 port while using a USB 2 port?

jonathn 2022-09-16 19:57:16
Maybe try rebooting and not messing around with these additional commands?
2022-09-16 19:57:29
Nope.
Something to force use usb 2 port ig
2022-09-16 19:57:51
I have done all.
Same result.
Simply stuck without doing anything
C0rn3j 2022-09-16 19:58:10
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At last i have to do live usb boot of other distro if so

So it works in another distro? Which?

jonathn 2022-09-16 19:58:19
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Nope.
Something to force use usb 2 port ig

Guessing is not a great approach when it comes to troubleshooting.

2022-09-16 19:58:31
It output same as this
2022-09-16 19:59:02
C0rn3j 2022-09-16 19:58:10
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So it works in another distro? Which?

People in rom group told, it works well in ubuntu, popos and debian

C0rn3j 2022-09-16 19:59:29
Did you try?
2022-09-16 19:59:57
Should do that at last, in live usb boot
2022-09-16 20:00:12
Have thought to do that tomorrow, finally
Ronard 2022-09-16 20:32:35
2022-09-16 19:50:08
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Iclude it with ‘ ‘

Ronard 2022-09-16 20:33:38
Write the full command there
C0rn3j 2022-09-16 20:36:29
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This is exactly what I wanted to see when I was relaunching VSC.
onurbbr 2022-09-16 20:53:08
C0rn3j 2022-09-16 20:36:29
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This is exactly what I wanted to see when I was relaunching VSC.

Bruh

onurbbr 2022-09-16 20:53:48
C0rn3j 2022-09-16 20:36:29
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This is exactly what I wanted to see when I was relaunching VSC.

I don’t have this problem.

ariefr 2022-09-16 20:55:28
S0A1T2 2022-09-16 19:46:10
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I did what is said in: https://yassinecherief.com/posts/setup-ftp-and-ftps-server-on-archlinux-server/.

https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Very_Secure_FTP_Daemon
this is how we do thinks in arch

G 2022-09-16 21:06:15
Hey I’m back
I’m trying to create a disk’s image on another disk. SMART attributes are OK and drive temp is normal. A couple of minutes after I start creating the img file (happens both with dd and gnome-disk-utility) write/read speed drops from 20-30MBps to 500kBps (meaning it would take 9+ days) but I can’t understand why
grazzolini 2022-09-16 21:20:10
G 2022-09-16 21:06:15
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Hey I’m back
I’m trying to create a disk’s image on another disk. SMART attributes are OK and drive temp is normal. A couple of minutes after I start creating the img file (happens both with dd and gnome-disk-utility) write/read speed drops from 20-30MBps to 500kBps (meaning it would take 9+ days) but I can’t understand why

It probably has hit a sector it can’t read and is re-trying to read it. You need to pass noerror to dd.

grazzolini 2022-09-16 21:20:19
(I assume you’re using dd)
G 2022-09-16 21:22:14
grazzolini 2022-09-16 21:20:19
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(I assume you’re using dd)

Yeah

C0rn3j 2022-09-16 21:26:03
onurbbr 2022-09-16 20:53:48
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I don’t have this problem.

It seems to have been a one-off

The_h3rmann 2022-09-16 23:36:58
I try to install archlinux, but when I install grub I get this fail to get canonical path of airootfs
The_h3rmann 2022-09-16 23:41:53
The problem starts when I install grub. I use this command `grub-install –target=x86-efi –bootloader-id=grub_uefi –recheck` but I get fail to get canonical path of airootfs
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