A few weeks ago I had wifi issues, and in the thread I started it was recommended that I changed garuda-settings-manager to garuda-settings-manager-git because nothing happened when I clicked the Garuda Settings Manager.
I installed garuda-settings-manager-git and my issues with the Garuda Settings Manager were resolved.
I have just tried to use the Garuda Settings Manager on my reinstall of Gnome and I’ve found it doesn’t work. I installed garuda-settings-manager-git once again and it has solved the issue.
Could the garuda-settings-manager-git be included in the initial Gnome install to prevent this issue?
Had same issue here (also had in hyprland)
I’m on KDE but I was able to avoid the issue by creating a desktop shortcut instead of trying to launch it through any system UI (e.g application launcher/browser). Maybe launching it through different means may help here too?
garuda-settings-manager has been updated in the repository today, so this is no longer needed.
can’t recreate this issue in my own hyprland setup ,
If even after update it doesn’t opens then try :
sudo -E garuda-settings-mananger
I had mine complaining about some icu library. The garuda settings app was at version
1.0.2-5 locally and in chaotic it was on
1.0.2-3 installed that and it started working no problem.
I reinstalled the non-git
garuda-settings-manager and it now works without issue. Thanks.
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