4 posts were split to a new topic: Switching from PulseAudio to PipeWire as a result of the PulseEffects update
Great update! Got rid of:
veebr 07 21:47:22 Zen kernel: Error: Driver 'pcspkr' is already registered, aborting...
also system startup fsck whining about some write right not being there ascii-box-thing got removed (after pacdiff (grub) +
Great update on Manjaro XFCE edition.
No issues so far except the few minor things already reported by other people:
- some favorites are gone.
- power icon missing.
- some Papirus icons looks incorrect.
I have been lazy updating so this time it was around 680 packages (2GB), which includes the big updates from December, January, and February.
Celebrating 2 years with Manjaro this month and never had any major issues.
A big shoutout to the whole team!.
Can you elaborate? Updated also xfce but all my xfce bugs and irritations are still present. (Luckily no new problems either… great in that regard … hehe)
Also welcome to forums!
ah sorry for not being precise (I have edited my post). I meant, that I updated my Manjaro XFCE installation
2 posts were split to a new topic: Trouble booting after stable update
On two machines (XFCE, Kernel 5.10), no problems, no issues, nothing. Thanks to Manjaro team.
Initial update went fine, however shortly after that I got upgraded to Kernel 5.10.15-1 (This is the current testing kernel, so still unsure what happened here) which has not done much good for my system.
I’m back to nvidia driver constantly crashing, my notifications have moved half off the screen and some widgets are not working. This is KDE btw. Going to try downgrading to 5.4 I think, as this is not great.
I still have problem from here - Latest Stable manjaro xfce boots to the black screen
but developers team ignore this
You have posted you rebooted into a black screen but no other information. You’ll need to give full system information and system logs as well for the developers to help you trouble shoot
What data other than inxi and the X server logs are needed to solve the problem?
I will provide whatever the developers need.
I’d say inxi-fazzy and whatever logs you can provide
Thank you! Provided complete information in the thread -
You can grab one of our Nightlies if you want …
My locale settings disappeared and my gnome terminal did not open. I had to regenerate my locales to fix it.
Plasma compositor is still down with the 'rona it seems. It occasionally gives up and takes a breather (e. g. after resuming from hibernate). Even though I am using OSS drivers and intel gpu only.
And in case you are wondering, the “Enable compositor on startup” is definitely checked.
I’m feeling very frustrated by fact, that PipeWire, which is not fully functional (at least on KDE) is deployed to stable branch. It’s not only my experience, but also it’s pretty frequent on internet’s forums. So, I’m experiencing problems with sound freezing, also freezing programs concerned to multimedia (even k3b freezes), glitches in DE, pipewire is using about 20 % cpu for nothing etc. I’ve managed to install back Pulseaudio and stop to using PipeWire (what solved my problems), but is it possible uninstall PipeWire at all? Also why is these changes are made, when PipeWire is not stable? Thx.
Welcome to the forum. You should be more specific and provide better information if you expect people to help you.
Edit: Link added.
As I wrote, pipewire and pulseaudio freezes. Also pipewire using about 20 % cpu for no reason. I’ve tried to unistall it, but it cant be done.
What kind of issues with gnome and nvidia? I’m running gnome and nvidia and have had yet another flawless update. The only “issue” but not really an issue as it was fully documented and discussed was when several of the legacy nvidia drivers were dropped, even though I was on the latest version prior to the update (I believe 2 updates ago) but all that had to happen was install the latest nvidia drivers again with their new package name after the update. I was fortunate that the free drivers worked with my nvidia card so aside from looking funny and performance being slow while I installed the new nvidia driver everything worked fine. I do know that some of the nvidia cards don’t work with the free drivers they were forced back onto so they had a bit more problem since they didn’t get their desktop environment back after the update but once again it was fully documented as to what you had to do to get back up and running.
As for running Timeshift before any update that is just a good standard practice everyone should be doing regardless of the DE environment or they video card/processor they use.