Chrysalis Error After Upgrading to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS

I recently freshly installed Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS over my old Ubuntu 18 system. Now Chrysalis seems to be giving me an error when I try to run it. Has anyone else come across this?

$ ./Chrysalis-0.7.9.AppImage 
../../sandbox/linux/seccomp-bpf-helpers/sigsys_handlers.cc:**CRASHING**:seccomp-bpf failure in syscall 0230
../../sandbox/linux/seccomp-bpf-helpers/sigsys_handlers.cc:**CRASHING**:seccomp-bpf failure in syscall 0230
../../sandbox/linux/seccomp-bpf-helpers/sigsys_handlers.cc:**CRASHING**:seccomp-bpf failure in syscall 0230
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-rwxrwxrwx 1 USER USER 83133476 Aug 10 13:51 Chrysalis-0.7.9.AppImage*

*I added myself to the dialout group to see if that would help and it didn’t.

Chrysalis does load but displays the following message:

Insufficient permissions, please make sure the device file is read- and writeable!

It seems I may have had to restart my computer for Ubuntu to register my addition to dialout.

Chrysalis now runs properly and does not display the “Insufficient permissions” error message, but I still get the terminal errors.

Restarting a computer is a Microsoft User’s strange habit… With Ubuntu (and mostly all unix related systems (GNU/Linux, BSD, …), you just have to reload your session for the changes to be applied :slight_smile:

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While doing this fixed the chrysalis error, it broke networking for me on Ubuntu 19.10

 $ sudo adduser $(whoami) dialout

To undo this, I did

$ sudo gpasswd -d $(whoami) dialout

Sorry if this is obvious to you, but what did I do wrong?