There are many kinds of issues: OS, software, server, … So you must know:
- Server issues will be fixed after report and we verify the problem. There will be no update patch for you. It is server side.
- 3rd party software / packages can’t be fixed by us. If we can spot the bug and have the fix, we will create merge request to original source and wait for their official version.
- Life is hard. For bug/ issue, please make sure your topic is only one. Dont make developers be terrorists.
- This is a rolling distro. Bugs and issues are expected. We recommend you have basic linux knowledge to deal with your system, so
Usually we don’t support issues that user faces by using his system in a wrong way. If you are new to Linux, make sure you didn’t make any mistake:
- Basic Linux: http://linux-training.be/
- How to not break Debian system: DontBreakDebian - Debian Wiki or How NOT to Break your Debian System! | Average Linux User
- If you are having some questions, your answers might be in here: FAQsFromDebianUser - Debian Wiki
- Your issue might be solved before (StackOverflow is a temple), try this: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/search-engines/answering-questions/
- OS version: run
DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION=“Parrot OS 4.11”
PRETTY_NAME=“Parrot OS 4.11”
- **Kernel version: run
5.7.0-2parrot2-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 5.7.10-1parrot2 (2020-07-31) x86_64 GNU/Linux
Or if you can’t do it, please tell us ISO version you downloaded.
** ISO information **
Version: 4.10 Desktop Environment: Mate Edition: Sec
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When this image was taken privacy badger was not actively blocking anything and only 1 tab open. I have noticed this happening on occasion, no real pattern. Privacy badger will suddenly start consuming 5x CPU. When I am streaming a video it only uses 4. UBlock Origin almost never gets above 1 on my PC so privacy badger at 17 sees abnormally high. I have disabled it for now
AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core | 32GB DDR4