[Stable Update] 2018-08-06 - Kernels, Plasma, Jade, Deepin, Firefox, Haskell

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#23

Hi! I do not see the update in Manjaro Linux Update Indicator

Thanks


#24

please check if your mirror is up-to-date.


#25

I have updated via terminal with the following orders:
sudo pacman-mirrors -f3
sudo pacman -Syyu

All right. Thanks!!!

Muchas gracias. Saludos!


#26

Manjaro Gnome, update correctly.
Thanks


#27

All good for me: linux417+cinnamon on a laptop


#28

Just a quick question: when the download of new packages is interrupted (slow/bad connection in my case) and you finish the update later, then the already downloaded packages are upgraded as well, right?

I’m using pacman on the command line.


#29

Update on 12 Machines and 1 VB without Problems.

DK3


#30

'LLo,
Nope, but what does the last line in CLI say…?


#31

xps9550,KDE,linux44,update OK


#32

Update went fine, no problems. Now i only wonder if there actually is something important in the pacnew or can i just ignore it like i have been ignoring pacnews for years?


#33

There’s nothing of note in there. Just a few comments removed is all I can see from a default file. Unless you’ve customised yours that is…


#34

All went well upgrading my XPS 9760, running KDE on Linux kernel 4.17.


#35

After the update dnscrypt does not work. i switched to google dns for now and i will check what is going on some other time.


#36

Only those which were downloaded before network connection timed out. remaining packages u need to download before applying update.

suggest to run sudo pacman -Suw to only download packages ( becos of -w flag pacman will only download packages but update will not be applied)

Thereafter apply update


#37

I always do it this way:

sudo pacman -Syy
sudo pacman -Suw    # only downloads packages
# after download finished:
sudo pacman -Su     # installs from packages that were downloaded

It’s nice to know that all the packages have been got, before starting the upgrade. :slight_smile:


#38

Are you using lvm snapshots by any chance?

os-prober always fails for me as well. Just CTRL+C and # mkinitcpio -P && grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg


#39

Mouse and Gnome Shell freezing is back with this update. I switched my NVidia drivers from the 2 prior updates, edited gdm custom.conf file (because I also have Wayland), from the last update also. My hardware is 6 yrs old, but lately I’m getting the feeling I may have to look for another distro more suited for older equip, because each update is causing my particular system more and more issues. :frowning:

EDIT: Using a Logitech USB Mouse M510, GNOME 3.26, 4.15.13-1. Using a different kernel (4.14) did not help either. Cannot get to TTY because the startup process is frozen. Decided to go the Solus route and so far so good, no issues.


#40

Hi @GeorgeCh,

I also had a problem with DNSCrypt before and found some information that solved my issue. Have a look here:

I hope it can be helpful for you.

Good luck.


#41

Well done, no problems here, thank you Manjaro Team! :slight_smile:


#42

can anybody else confirm this
Xfce --> Menu Whisker
select Unzip ( script ) , click on it and does nothing

it appears stable update before , maybe on apps icons in menu ( or not … )