[Stable Update] 2019-01-05 - Pacman, Pamac, Deepin, Haskell, Python

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#21

i got error 404 about mirrors, about 4 or 5 times, then synced mirros and everything was fine again


#22

Nice!!! Now we don’t have to wait on downloads anymore when updating.


#23

Same mistake, same solution

Thanks Manjaro team!!


#24

Cleaned up the wiki post a bit by removing all old issues up to “libutf8proc>=2.1.1-3 update may require manual intervention”, which was an issue that appeared almost 6 months ago.


#25

Repeating update action solves the problem. Update again in pamac.


#26

But still, we should consider to move to a system where we are in controll, instead of reacting to changes in arch or conflicts our package do to the arch system. It’s not that we have to change the whole Arch-repo, but we need a working migration system for cases like this, that is not based on a dirty hack.


#27

Hi Philm,

I saw that pamac has a new “dowgrade” option. I state that I am not an expert and I wanted to ask whether to enable “remove unrequired dependencies” and “enable downgrade” is safe for the stability and proper functioning of the system?
Currently I have not enabled aur, I have no aur packages and I am using manjaro cinnamon.

thank you very much


#28

It always depends on how much effort you want to put into it. Our overlay packages always grow. Those are maintained on our end. Everything else is just a binary snapshot of the regular Arch-Repos. For this package the “dirty hack” is enough, as both packages are depreciated anyway on our end.


#29

Well, not necessarily. It could have been just overlayed with a pkgrel=2.1 until Arch publishes a new version of this package, right?

Jonathon sometime publishes a overlay package for firefox, thunderbird, chromium (and maybe others) with pkgrel=0 so we can get some minimal security fixes early, and the package just get replaced by the one that comes from Arch later. I suppose something similar could have been done with dunst (and could be done for future case of needed package replacement like this).

Just out of curiosity, in which edition was it included by default?


#30

I got one update error, but I’m not sure if it means anything? Here’s my output for the latest update

[scott@deepin ~]$ sudo pacman -Syyu
[sudo] password for scott: 
:: Synchronizing package databases...
 core                                           149.7 KiB   998K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 extra                                         1843.8 KiB  1603K/s 00:01 [########################################] 100%
 community                                        5.1 MiB  1316K/s 00:04 [########################################] 100%
 multilib                                       184.4 KiB  1537K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
:: Some packages should be upgraded first...
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (1) manjaro-system-20190105-2

Total Download Size:   0.02 MiB
Total Installed Size:  0.01 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:      0.00 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] y
:: Retrieving packages...
 manjaro-system-20190105-2-any                   15.7 KiB   787K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
(1/1) checking keys in keyring                                           [########################################] 100%
(1/1) checking package integrity                                         [########################################] 100%
(1/1) loading package files                                              [########################################] 100%
(1/1) checking for file conflicts                                        [########################################] 100%
(1/1) checking available disk space                                      [########################################] 100%
:: Processing package changes...
(1/1) upgrading manjaro-system                                           [########################################] 100%
:: Running post-transaction hooks...
(1/1) Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate...

:: Starting full system upgrade...
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (15) bolt-0.7-1  cpupower-4.20-1  deepin-anything-0.0.3-3  deepin-anything-dkms-0.0.3-3  diffutils-3.7-1
              gzip-1.10-1  harfbuzz-2.3.0-1  harfbuzz-icu-2.3.0-1  lib32-harfbuzz-2.3.0-1  lib32-pango-1.43.0-1
              libsecret-0.18.7-1  pacman-5.1.2-1  pamac-7.3.4-1  pango-1.43.0-1  tzdata-2018i-1

Total Download Size:    4.22 MiB
Total Installed Size:  25.50 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:       0.59 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] y
:: Retrieving packages...
 tzdata-2018i-1-x86_64                          362.5 KiB  1363K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 gzip-1.10-1-x86_64                              77.9 KiB  1163K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 libsecret-0.18.7-1-x86_64                      195.5 KiB  1629K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 pacman-5.1.2-1-x86_64                          778.6 KiB  1198K/s 00:01 [########################################] 100%
 diffutils-3.7-1-x86_64                         327.1 KiB  1924K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 harfbuzz-2.3.0-1-x86_64                        683.5 KiB  1753K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 harfbuzz-icu-2.3.0-1-x86_64                      6.9 KiB  0.00B/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 pango-1.43.0-1-x86_64                          424.5 KiB  1383K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 pamac-7.3.4-1-x86_64                           499.4 KiB  1486K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 bolt-0.7-1-x86_64                              106.5 KiB  1691K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 cpupower-4.20-1-x86_64                         136.7 KiB  1799K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 deepin-anything-dkms-0.0.3-3-x86_64             11.9 KiB   852K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 deepin-anything-0.0.3-3-x86_64                  62.9 KiB  1104K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 lib32-harfbuzz-2.3.0-1-x86_64                  467.9 KiB  1376K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
 lib32-pango-1.43.0-1-x86_64                    178.0 KiB  1299K/s 00:00 [########################################] 100%
(15/15) checking keys in keyring                                         [########################################] 100%
(15/15) checking package integrity                                       [########################################] 100%
(15/15) loading package files                                            [########################################] 100%
(15/15) checking for file conflicts                                      [########################################] 100%
(15/15) checking available disk space                                    [########################################] 100%
:: Running pre-transaction hooks...
(1/1) Remove DKMS modules
==> dkms remove deepin-anything/0.0.3 -k 4.14.91-1-MANJARO
==> dkms remove deepin-anything/0.0.3 -k 4.9.148-1-MANJARO
==> dkms remove deepin-anything/0.0.3 -k 4.19.13-1-MANJARO
:: Processing package changes...
( 1/15) upgrading tzdata                                                 [########################################] 100%
( 2/15) upgrading bolt                                                   [########################################] 100%
( 3/15) upgrading cpupower                                               [########################################] 100%
( 4/15) upgrading gzip                                                   [########################################] 100%
( 5/15) upgrading deepin-anything-dkms                                   [########################################] 100%
( 6/15) upgrading harfbuzz                                               [########################################] 100%
( 7/15) upgrading libsecret                                              [########################################] 100%
( 8/15) upgrading pacman                                                 [########################################] 100%
( 9/15) upgrading deepin-anything                                        [########################################] 100%
(10/15) upgrading diffutils                                              [########################################] 100%
(11/15) upgrading harfbuzz-icu                                           [########################################] 100%
(12/15) upgrading lib32-harfbuzz                                         [########################################] 100%
(13/15) upgrading pango                                                  [########################################] 100%
(14/15) upgrading lib32-pango                                            [########################################] 100%
(15/15) upgrading pamac                                                  [########################################] 100%
warning: /etc/pamac.conf installed as /etc/pamac.conf.pacnew
:: Running post-transaction hooks...
(1/9) Install DKMS modules
==> dkms install deepin-anything/0.0.3 -k 4.14.91-1-MANJARO
==> dkms install deepin-anything/0.0.3 -k 4.9.148-1-MANJARO
==> dkms install deepin-anything/0.0.3 -k 4.19.13-1-MANJARO
(2/9) Updating icon theme caches...
(3/9) Reloading system manager configuration...
(4/9) Creating system user accounts...
(5/9) Reloading device manager configuration...
(6/9) Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate...
(7/9) Updating the info directory file...
(8/9) Updating the desktop file MIME type cache...
(9/9) Updating the MIME type database...

The part saying “warning: /etc/pamac.conf installed as /etc/pamac.conf.pacnew” is that anything to be worried about? Thank you for any help

My inxi output Laptop Specs


#31

No need to worry. Just inform yourself about it.

https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Pacnew_and_Pacsave_Files


#32

About Pamac especially, .pacnew file is created when it gets new options for configuration or if the default config changes. Recently, Pamac got a new functionnality that can be toggled on off. In my experience, Pamac can deal with an “incomplete” config file without problem and will add required settings if you interact with the new setting, so merging has never been a strict necessity.


#33

Tiny update here on XFCE. All is good so far. Thanks for all the work team :beers:


#34

I still have these comments for a couple of weeks now:
Should they be ignored?

waarschuwing:lib32-systemd: lokaal (239.303-1) is nieuwer dan multilib (239.6-2)
waarschuwing:libsystemd: lokaal (239.303-1) is nieuwer dan core (239.6-2)
waarschuwing:systemd: lokaal (239.303-1) is nieuwer dan core (239.6-2)
waarschuwing:systemd-sysvcompat: lokaal (239.303-1) is nieuwer dan core (239.6-2)

#35

I have the “warnings” as well, just warnings. It is because we did not downgrade some weeks ago when systemd was upgraded I think. Basically if your system works all is well.

I’m waiting to see the updates catch-up to me… for once I’m ahead of the game. :laughing:


#36

Tiny 15.6mb upgrade on KDE; no problems at all. Thank you :slight_smile:


#37

Yes, if you aren’t having any problems, you can ignore it. This answer has been at the top of this post under Known issues and solutions for at least a couple of weeks now also.


#38

Yes, that must be it, thanks.


#39

I’m not sure I can precisely describe the occurences on my laptop that have been noticable since last two updates.

If I want peace and quiet I just have to remain on Kernel 4.9 and I am so thankful it has been working properly

On 4.14 as well as on 4.19 the system monitor says my CPU quickly rises to 90-100%

I have made only one observation - the service called MONO is missing on 4.9

Can it be the culprit?

edit// I have noticed Mono appears when I use KeePass, is it buggy or sth?


#40

Update on 12 Systems and 1 VB without Problems.

DK3