[Stable Update] 2017-02-17 - Kernels, Plasma5, KDE Frameworks/Apps, Libreoffice, Mozilla

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#21

It seemed smooth on KDE, but Octopi also notified me of AUR upgrades to

  • lib32-gperftools
  • lib32-rtmpdump
    Would that have been related to this upgrade? And I am on 64-bit.
    pacman -Qi for both returns Required By : None

#22

Depricated stable packages I think, which Octopi now sees as “Foreign”, thus prompting to AUR update. I think they can be removed, that’s what I did.


#23

My system froze mid-update maling my system unbootable. Trying to fix it.


#24

192 packages, xfce & fluxbox. All good, no problems. Many thanks Manjaro Team :grin:


#25

Great work team! Much appreciated.

More power to Manjaro!

Ruziel :slight_smile:


#26

So far nothing is showing up on my machine. I am updating my mirrors right now


#27

All good thank you again. :smiley:

I did get a dialogue at the end.

warning: directory permissions differ on /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/
filesystem: 755 package: 700
warning: directory permissions differ on /etc/log/nginx/
filesystem: 750 package package:755

Can I safely ignore this warning?


#28

I received one warning during the update:
directory permissions differ on etc/ NetworkManager/ system-connections/ filesystem : 755 package :700

Everything seems to be working fine though.


#29
Total Download Size:    842.66 MiB
Total Installed Size:  3110.72 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:        -5.08 MiB

Must be the largest manjaro update in human history :sweat_smile:
and yet it’s decreasing the installation size


#30

What DE?


#31

Decided to reinstall after a lot og chrooting and trying to reinstall packages but no matter what I tried, I only got my wallpaper. No panel No icons, nothing.


#32

Thank you. I removed them and all the AUR packages I did not recognize with:
$ pacman -Qm
After checking for Required By : None
Rebooted, and no immediate, obvious breakage.


#33

rm $HOME/.cache


#34

As usual didn’t read prior to update. Now nothings works, kwin and plasma crash from the start, and no this is not wayland i am talking about thats X11 session. It crashes in around 3-10 seconds after boot so i was able to see that it was Qt 5.8, everyone knew it had some issues but you still pushed for it instead of staying with Qt 5.7, now i need to revert everything back.


#35

Nah, I vaguely remember one I had a long way back that was like 1.1 Gb.


#36

…lenovo x121e, i3-2367m, xfce, no problem durig update. Network and bluetooth, browsers, pamac… all working fine.

Will now update my amd netbook…
…amd athlon k125, update smooth as silk.

Good work manjaro-team!


#37

Now as to this update. It again went oh so smoothly. Even for being approx. 832 Mb in size.
The only “issue” I keep having though with the past several updates is that when kernel(s) get updated, it scrambles the hell out of my grub menu. EVERY time. And THAT is why I am SO happy with grub customizer. It allows me to get it in order instantly, because it apparently “remembers” the layout I had it in and restore it to that. Then it all works good, as well as has all items where they belong.

But that is so trivial I do not count it against the overall update.

So, once again, major kudos to the dev team.:smiley::sunglasses:


#38

Yeah, got that one too. I recommend you fix it:

sudo chmod -R 700 /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections

It holds the credentials for all network, wifi and vpn connections. It’s prudent to not have that readable for other users.


#39

After this update, Grub doesn’t recognize my Windows 7 install… Is there a way to fix this or the only fix is downgrade of grub package? Thanks in advance!

EDIT: Everything is ok now after update-grub command


#40

Hi,

if I interpret the output of pacman -Qi correct, the packages can be removed.

pacman -Qi lib32-gperftools
Name                     : lib32-gperftools
Version                  : 2.4-1
Beschreibung             : Fast, multi-threaded malloc and nifty performance analysis tools (32-bit)
Architektur              : x86_64
URL                      : http://code.google.com/p/gperftools/
Lizenzen                 : BSD
Gruppen                  : Nichts
Stellt bereit            : libtcmalloc.so=4-32  libprofiler.so=0-32  libtcmalloc_debug.so=4-32  libtcmalloc_and_profiler.so=4-32  libtcmalloc_minimal.so=4-32  libtcmalloc_minimal_debug.so=4-32
Hängt ab von             : gperftools  lib32-gcc-libs    
Optionale Abhängigkeiten : Nichts
Benötigt von             : Nichts
Optional für          : Nichts
In Konflikt mit        : Nichts
Ersetzt                  : Nichts
Installationsgröße       : 1341,00 KiB
Packer                   : Alexandru Ianu <alexandru.ianu@gmail.com>
Erstellt am              : Do 10 Dez 2015 19:59:29 CET
Installiert am           : Di 30 Aug 2016 19:41:51 CEST
Installationsgrund       : Installiert als Abhängigkeit für ein anderes Paket
Installations-Skript     : Nein
Verifiziert durch        : Signatur


pacman -Qi lib32-rtmpdump
Name                     : lib32-rtmpdump
Version                  : 1:2.4.r96.fa8646d-1
Beschreibung             : Tool to download rtmp streams (32-bit)
Architektur              : x86_64
URL                      : http://rtmpdump.mplayerhq.hu/
Lizenzen                 : GPL2  LGPL2.1
Gruppen                  : Nichts
Stellt bereit            : librtmp.so=1-32
Hängt ab von             : lib32-glibc  lib32-openssl  lib32-zlib  rtmpdump
Optionale Abhängigkeiten : Nichts
Benötigt von             : Nichts
Optional für               : Nichts
In Konflikt mit            : Nichts
Ersetzt                      : Nichts
Installationsgröße       : 139,00 KiB                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Packer                     : Ramon Buldó <ramon@manjaro.org>
Erstellt am               : Di 12 Apr 2016 20:53:15 CEST
Installiert am            : Di 30 Aug 2016 19:41:51 CEST
Installationsgrund       : Installiert als Abhängigkeit für ein anderes Paket
Installations-Skript     : Nein
Verifiziert durch        : Signatur