Manjaro-Cinnamon 18.0.4 released

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Manjaro-Cinnamon 18.0.4 install media are now ready for download



of course featuring the latest and greatest

  • Cinnamon Desktop 4.0.9
  • x-apps 2.0.2 and
  • kernel linux 419.

Some little adjustments have been made:
Thanks to @Frog’s testing and suggestions I have

  • adjusted cinnamon-settings to include qt5ct and Kvantum-manager aswell as blueman which now replaces blueberry,
  • re-enabled access to Cinnamon’s native user and group settings. So you can decide for yourself now if you prefer to use this or rather manjaro-settings-manager:wink:
  • added etcher to replace isousb and also yay.
  • nemo’s rather buggy bulk-rename plugin has been removed for now.


full edition:
direct | sig | sha1 | sha256 | torrent
minimal-edition:
direct | sig | sha1 | sha256 | torrent

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#2

Nice and thank you for your work!

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#3

Just a little problem with Cinnamon Settings, details below.

Not worth doing a rebuild of the ISO just for that though in my opinion. Just need to fix the patch, rebuild the package and publish it.

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#4

OK, thanks. Fixed in cinnamon 4.0.9-1.6 package.

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#6

As always, thank you for your amazing work and contribution to the community!!

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#7

Sweet! Thank you!

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#8

This looks nice, great work. I will try it out on my desktop.

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#9

Nice wallpaper :smile:

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#10

Awesome, many thanks for your great work!
:sunglasses:

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#11

@oberon ISO image for Cinnamon got deleted. Rebuild planned with those updates?

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#12

Hah! The folder was hidden on the server, I forgot to unhide it :laughing:
Well, now it should be visible for the world!

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#13

Although - the direct download with the links posted would have worked all the time… Just the folder was not visible on the OSDN site. Fixed now in any case.

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#14

I downloaded the ISO and installed on a flash drive this morning. I’ve been using it throughout the day at work and have not had any issues.

Updated on my laptop when I got home without any issues on there either.

Great job @oberon

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#15

Looks nice! - Will try it in an VM.

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#16

Works like a brave! Great Job!!!

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#17

What is this? Found it in fresh install.

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#18

It’s Disk Usage Analyzer (or baobab). It allows you to see with a nice chart how the disk space is used between files.

Pretty nice to have when doing some clean up.

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#19

Thank You lovelie frog - I’m sorry, my question was misundertantable (or what the word shell be); I ment, what is firmware netronome.

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#20

Just some firmware for Linux, included in manjaro-firmware package.

The Disk usage analyser is most likely complaining that it can’t analyse b43 folder because it doesn’t have the permission to access that folder.

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#21

I’m afraid I don’t know any real details, but here’s what I can tell you:

$ pacman -Qo /usr/lib/firmware/b43
/usr/lib/firmware/b43/ is owned by manjaro-firmware 20160419-1
Name            : manjaro-firmware
Version         : 20160419-1
Description     : Extra firmwares for Manjaro Linux
Provides        : nouveau-fw  b43-firmware-classic  b43-firmware-legacy
                  wd719x-firmware  aic94xx-firmware  bcm20702a1-firmware

specifically firmware netronome

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