[Stable Update] 2019-07-25 - Kernels, Systemd, Virtualbox, Mesa, KDE-Git, Pamac-Qt

Update went well for me: linux52+xfs+cinnamon+ Intel UHD Graphics 620

Thank you!

GTKHash no longer works @oberon , it's another victim of the libnettle saga. It may have been broken in the last update but i didn't need to use it until now.

gtkhash: error while loading shared libraries: libnettle.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Smooth update on XFCE + kernel 5.1. Thanks a lot!

All went well on 2 KDE machines. Thank you.

Rebuild was requested earlier

Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless firmware needs intervention if you are using the kernel 4.14 LTS

The firmware update creates another firmware-6.bin, go back to the firmware-5.bin

Nice, but it’s no good to anyone sitting in unstable. It needs pushing to all branches. Might just have to build it myself if it isn’t pushed down soon.

I cannot update as I have this error. See pic

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Update went smoothly, after reboot works fine.
LXQT + kernel 4.19
XFCE + kernel 5.2

all seems good for deepin + 4.19 after reboot. Nice one folks! Cheers.

I feel like I should at least mention this, this update seems to have fixed an issue where text highlighted using the mouse pointer on Evince would not show properly. I even downloaded Xreader to see if it was specific to Evince, but it had the same problem. I'm not sure how or when the problem happened since I don't use those apps very often, but the important thing is it's fixed now from what I can tell.

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It's all good.
[bob@Manjaro-Stable ~]$ screenfetch -n
OS: Manjaro 18.1.0-rc5 Juhraya
Kernel: x86_64 Linux 5.2.2-1-MANJARO
Uptime: 11m
Packages: 1122
Shell: bash 5.0.7
Resolution: 1920x1080
DE: Xfce4
WM: Xfwm4
WM Theme: Agua
GTK Theme: Clearlooks [GTK2]
Icon Theme: gnome
Font: Noto Sans 11
CPU: AMD A6 PRO-7400B R5, 6 Compute Cores 2C+4G @ 2x 3.5GHz
GPU: GeForce GT 720
RAM: 748MiB / 15076MiB

Well done; everything works fine. Thanx a lot.:slightly_smiling_face:

Not at all :frowning:
After reboot laptop show this

And it won't do anything else.
Please Help!!!!

Ctrl + Alt + F3 and login. Try to finalize an update with pamac upgrade if one was not finalized. Alternative is sudo pacman - Syu to do the same.

Else check with systemctl if a service does not work properly.

pamac upgrade says nothing to do.
sudo pacman -Syu says nothing to do.
systemctl shows:
lightdm.service loaded failed failed

I came here asap I see my updates.

Try in tty (Ctrl+Alt + F2) Enter username and password.

sudo systemctl enable lightdm.service
sudo systemctl start lightdm.service

Next reboot should confirm if this was helpful or not.

both command did not produce any error messages, but after reboot, the problem remains :frowning:

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