linux419 (and earlier?) needs to be tweaked to conform to the recent
mkinitcpio changes, mainly removing this line https://gitlab.manjaro.org/packages/core/linux419/blob/master/PKGBUILD#L196
Also can somebody take another look at this Manjaro-specific packages which need an update
We already fixed that. Due to some Merge an older state got reintroduced. I've cleaned up the git History and reverted to a clean state.
@oberon While I was cleaning house and attempting to get rid of Python 2 packages, I just discovered
tlpui does not require
Why are you not using the
setup.py? I just built it and it sure makes the package size smaller:
:: tlpui-git and tlpui are in conflict. Remove tlpui? [y/N] y Packages (2) tlpui-r109.703bade-1 [removal] tlpui-git-r110.372463b-1 Total Installed Size: 0.44 MiB Net Upgrade Size: -1.43 MiB
See my PKGBUILD
Thank you. I'm adopting your PKGBUILD.
Last packager is @philm .
virtualbox is out of date, it's current version
switch to unstable branch
virtualbox is an Arch community package, not a Manjaro specific package. Second, it's not out of date as v6.1.0 has been out for over a week. You can check which versions of software are in which branch with Manjaro's repo compare tool.
@oberon after the last updates of qt packages to 5.14 (unstable branch) qt5-base must be updated also to 5.14.
That's not a Manjaro specific package, it comes straight from Arch. Please post in the #manjaro-development:unstable-branch forum regarding updates.
Ugh, that's what I get for replying from my phone without looking.
it is manjaro specific package
We fixed qt5-base already.
The nvidia 340xx driver is now out of date.
following packages are outdated in testing repo
the new version is listed
discover-snap also needs update to provide and conflict with discover or you can remove it.
are up to date in unstable
are not. I did not check for eventual differences in versioning though
@oberon One day before the Stable release, Cinnamon 4.4.6 got released.
It is already in unstable repo!
libfm-qt is an Arch community package, not a Manjaro-specific package. While you wait for it to trickle down, you could download the PKGBUILD and build it yourself.