A few days ago, i noticed on pamac that every package i had installed wanted to be updated, when i tried to go through with this, it warned me that the 5.6 Kernel would be removed with them. I went to check kernels in the System Settings, and I noticed that the 5.6 Kernel was the only one I had installed, but it also read “Unsupported”. What should I do to fix this? Should I install a new kernel than go through with the update? Thanks in advance!
We dropped support of linux56 a while ago. linux-latest package will update your system to linux58 in this case. You can use our service branch-compare to see which packages we have currently in our repos. Simply type
linux5 to find what You’re looking for. More about our kernels you find in our Wiki: Manjaro Kernels - Manjaro Linux
To add to what @philm said.
Kernel 5.6 is EOL. See www.kernel.org for more info.
Also … always be sure to install and boot into a new kernel before trying to remove the old one.
(do not attempt to uninstall running kernels)
PS - It is not a requirement, but many users find it a helpful safety measure to always keep a known working LTS kernel installed (such as 5.4 or 4.19) while they continue to try/use newer kernels.
you should install
kernel 5.4 lts , 5.7 as 58 just started
Ok, ty for the tips guys but I still don’t think I can run fake raid with AHCI builtin into the Kernal