Manjaro Update - 2016-06-11 (stable)
Install media description
We are happy to announce our first point release of Daniella. Since most of you with AMD/ATI hardware were not able to install Manjaro with our original Daniella install media, we took another week of development time to fix the reported issues by you guys.
So what changed:
- we took another look at AMDGPU-MHWD-Config and removed unsupported cards
- we added additional cli-tools to our netinstaller disc
- the themes breeze and maia now support GTK 3.20
- firefox and the kernel got updated to the latest upstream releases
So, if you have already managed to install Manjaro 16.06, then there is no need to reinstall. Simply upgrade your system with one of our package managers. Detailed change log can be found here.
Seems we did a great release with Manjaro 16.06 so far. After a release is just before the next. Therefore we prepared a new set of packages for you. We updated Firefox to v47, pushed out new kernels for you (note that series v4.5 reached now EOL), fixed a bug with libxcb (steam and such), refreshed some other packages and fixed some bugs in our tools. For more package details click here.
Archlinux upstream fixes are now from: Sat Jun 11 18:47 CEST 2016.
Philip Müller and the Manjaro Development Team
With this we updated Gnome and GTK to 3.20. This will break most of the themes, which will be fixed if and when their developers decide to update them. Some GTK 3.20-compliant themes are ready now - see further down this post.
The new default Manjaro GTK theme, which is GTK 3.20 compatible, is Vertex-Maia
You can install it with:
sudo pacman -Sy vertex-maia-themes vertex-maia-icon-theme xcursor-maia
If you have issues with ufw not working anymore, you have to copy your custom rules to a different folder. Do it like this:
sudo cp -v /usr/lib/ufw/user.rules.pacsave /etc/ufw/user.rules sudo cp -v /usr/lib/ufw/user6.rules.pacsave /etc/ufw/user6.rules
Steam might not work due incompatiblity of libgpg. You my try followed command to “fix” it:
find ~/.steam/root/ \( -name "libgcc_s.so*" -o -name "libstdc++.so*" -o -name "libxcb.so*" -o -name "libgpg-error.so*" \) -print -delete
find ~/.local/share/Steam/ \( -name "libgcc_s.so*" -o -name "libstdc++.so*" -o -name "libxcb.so*" -o -name "libgpg-error.so*" \) -print -delete
Reference: Archlinux wiki
Did you experience any issue with this update?
- No issues, everything went smoothly
- Yes there was an issue. I was able to resolve it myself. (Please post your solution)
- Yes I am currently experiencing an issue due to the update. (Please post about it)
Current supported kernels
- Linux310 3.10.101
- Linux312 3.12.59
- Linux314 3.14.72
- Linux316 3.16.35
- Linux318 3.18.35
- Linux319 22.214.171.124
- Linux41 4.1.26
- Linux42 126.96.36.199
- Linux44 4.4.13
- Linux45 4.5.7 [EOL]
- Linux46 4.6.2
- community i686: 328 new and 328 removed package(s)
- community x86_64: 332 new and 332 removed package(s)
- core i686: 26 new and 25 removed package(s)
- core x86_64: 26 new and 25 removed package(s)
- extra i686: 302 new and 302 removed package(s)
- extra x86_64: 302 new and 302 removed package(s)
- multilib x86_64: 3 new and 3 removed package(s)