Admin Setting missing


eveything was fine last night. shut down done properly.

today i booted only o see admin settings missing.


its showing basic screen as if its new machine.

eos-diagnostic-201210_105500_UTC 0530.txt (1.2 MB)

Hi, if you are looking for the system settings, they are in the user menu:

Or did i get you wrong?

all my desktop settings are gone.

  1. all my icons on desktop are missing (but installed apps are there in system)
  2. some icons are missing in pinbar
  3. Google chrome saved items (username,password, etc…) are missing

my System name/username/password all are same.

all i did was updated some OS files in app center

no matter how many times i restart system or enter command “killall gnome-software” in terminal and restart app center > click update = it doesn’t update

having a heck of day

  1. Endless OS = stays like this, doesn’t update, i confirm by seeing no data transfer happening in system monitor
  2. Endless Application Platform Version 11 = not updating, i confirm by seeing no data transfer happening in system monitor

a. Restarted my laptop few times
b. in Terminal entered “killall gnome-software” command and start app center, Endless OS/Endless Application Platform Version 11is not updating

attaching eos-diagnostics file

eos-diagnostic-201210_122745_UTC 0530.txt (1.2 MB)

  1. Open the application called ‘Terminal
  2. In this application run the command:
flatpak update --appstream && flatpak update -y
eos-updater-ctl update --force

kindly look at warning in bottom, is it ok?

This can happen if during the transfer something occurs like a short network outage which isn’t detected correctly. Just try it again, it will most probably fix itself.

trying for past 3 days, os doesn;t update

Can you please run:

rm -f eos-fix-ostree-repo
chmod +x eos-fix-ostree-repo
sudo ./eos-fix-ostree-repo

Then, reboot and run:

flatpak update --appstream -y; flatpak update -y
eos-updater-ctl update --force

If the problem still persist please tell us, then we need to dig deeper to find the root cause.

i’m not a techie.

so i dont know what you have said above

i suspect some virus infection. time keeps changing (reducing hours every day)

Uploading: eos-diagnostic-201222_153201_UTC+0530.txt…

its 23dec, 9.:50 am here. time still shows dec 22, 22:34 pm. (its the time i shut down my laptop)

yes, automatic time zone is on

Please copy / paste the commands i gave you a few posts above into a Terminal. In the screenshot, the commands were in the wrong order and with typos. They need to be entered exactly as given.

How long does it stay like this?