See edit to known problems.
I had a a problem wit python 3.9 update
python: error while loading shared libraries: libpython3.8.so.1.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Was “solved” linking the library from python 3.9
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libpython3.9.so.1.0 /usr/lib/libpython3.8.so.1.0
Now works fine
❯ python -V
No it’s not:
Switch to a console using Ctrl+Alt+F2
Log in as Admin user
to become root
diff --side-by-side /root/.zshrc.pacnew /root/.zshrc
See if you need to copy-paste anything from
If you don’t, just delete the
if yes, please use your favourite CLI editor to incorporate the changes (
emacs) Not Kate / Gedit / Atom / …
exitthe root prompt ASAP as that’s the way to
totally fùçk upseriously mess up your system.
See edit to known issues.
A post was split to a new topic: Errors after update
For all of you having black screen with AMD GPU with kernel 5.10
- Open a terminal/TTY (alt+f2)
sudo nano /etc/default/grub
- Find the line:
- Save, then run
- Open a terminal/TTY (alt+f2)
sudo nano /boot/loader/entries/manjarolinux5.10.conf
amdgpu.dc=0to the end of the line
- Save & reboot!
Hope this helps!
It is a bug in the latest AMD drivers…
Try again from a command line:
Kernel 4.14, Xfce.
All fine: I had to do the usual system maintenances to check pac files and rebuild AUR packages; however, now in the journal logs, I see a new warning:
systemd: -.slice: Failed to migrate controller cgroups from /firstname.lastname@example.org, ignoring: Permission denied
Which seems to need this Grub parameter:
I will try and report back.
Yes: I needed to add
systemd.unified_cgroup_hierarchy=true to grub to get rid of such error, but I’d like to know if it is ok.
Oh, thanks, but already updated… Wouldn’t even be able to run this, as pamac partially uninstalled itself for some reasons…
But sweet, all issues are fixed for me, now!!
Your theme is not compatible any more… Try another one…
Ah, ok, thanks.
Do I get that corrrectly: Commenting out that grub line would prevent the warning to appear, but also prevent the usage of systemd-fsck?
So I can ignore this warning?
5.9 is EOL. Try 5.4 LTS (Long Term Support) Instead…
Editing that into the known issues right now.
Edited in (with some minor modifications)
I am happy to say everything works sweetly!!
The AMD GPU driver did not work, but with the fabulous help of @The_Quantum_Alpha, it is up and running!!
Thank you for Manjaro updates
Wish a sweet sweet day!
Do NOT do that. Whatever AUR package you ran that produced that error needs to be rebuilt.
I had a small issue, the bpython interpreter got uninstalled for some reasons, so I tried to reinstall it, there was a few file conflicts but removing them was enough to solve it, everything is back to normal now.
Also there is something I find weird :
I had nvidia 450 driver installed so far, and when I run mhwd -l, it’s not listed anymore in the avaiable drivers, which means it should have been uninstalled, but nvidia-smi tells me that 450 is still here, I also did a short test with pytorch and everything works fine, any explanation ?
@Fabby Thanks, that helps me
See edit to known issues:
and especially note:
(I’m in the same situation here: need to go to Nouveau as I’m on a GTX 1070 and that should be supported now but too tired to try now)