Most noticed change made with this update is our new Mesa-Stack. With it we enhanced our Optimus-Support. You might need to adopt to the given changes and check for pacsave files during this update. If you face issues due file conflicts or want to read up on the change made, you may find more information about it here.
Marcus offers now a complete switch from Consolekit to Elogind for our Openrc-editions. More information can be found in the dedicated thread.
For our KDE friends we ship Plasma 5.9.4. With release 0.8.6 of our new CLI net-installer Manjaro-Architect is now available and has been stabilized after some quite thorough testing lately. More details on this project here.
Latest pacman-mirrors update fixes some bugs with the new ranking functionality. More information on the latest development with this to be found here and here
Deepin is currently experiencing some heavy updating - not without issues I'm afraid, but we are doing our best to keep everything as smooth as possible there. We expect things to calm down again in the near future with deepin development and am planning on releasing another Manjaro-Deepin edition then ...
As usual we also updated most of our kernels to the latest point-releases, pushed out some new versions of Pamac, Calamares and our Manjaro-Tools.
If you have however some issues you can't fix on your own, please post them in detail, so we may help you out. Also it is possible to start fresh with Manjaro v17.0.1 release, which includes this update.
Philip Müller and the Development Team
Current supported Kernels
- linux310 3.10.105
- linux312 3.12.72
- linux316 3.16.42
- linux318 3.18.48 [EOL]
- linux41 4.1.39
- linux44 4.4.59
- linux48 4.8.17 [EOL]
- linux49 4.9.20
- linux410 4.10.8
- linux-RT-LTS 4.4.53_rt66
- linux-RT 4.9.18_rt14
Package Updates (Sat Apr 1 11:08:23 CEST 2017)
- stable community i686: 752 new and 701 removed package(s)
- stable community x86_64: 771 new and 718 removed package(s)
- stable core i686: 27 new and 27 removed package(s)
- stable core x86_64: 27 new and 27 removed package(s)
- stable extra i686: 319 new and 323 removed package(s)
- stable extra x86_64: 319 new and 323 removed package(s)
- stable multilib x86_64: 13 new and 17 removed package(s)
A detailed list of all package changes can be found here.
- 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)
Check if your mirror has already synced:
If you have issues with this update you may try one of these guides:
To manually update to the new Mesa-LibGLVND stack you can do following steps
- open a terminal and issue
sudo pacman -S mhwd mesa libglvnd --force
- if you have a 64bit system use this instead:
sudo pacman -S mhwd mesa libglvnd lib32-mesa lib32-libglvnd --force
- continue with the normal update with
sudo pacman -Syu
Here is a quick tutorial on how to update from a TTY-Console:
- open a TTY with
- login with your user
- issue a normal update with
sudo pacman -Syu
- if you have an issue with file conflicts, try to fix it by installing manjaro-system with
sudo pacman -Sy manjaro-system
- then try to update once more with
sudo pacman -Syu
Else we have some tips and tricks already posted in this thread or here.