[Stable Update] 2021-04-18 - Kernels, Mesa, Wine, Plasma5, KDE Frameworks, LibreOffice, Bluez

All good with the update but I still have this bug with Pipewire, if a few people could test DP/HDMI audio:

Yes you can. Is a quirk in pacman-mirrors it seems. @linux-aarhus

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There is no splash to remove. I tried putting splash in, rebooted, still blank screen. Went back and then removed splash, now it works. Weird.

Well, it worked for a while then it’s back to blank.

That’s fixed with 1.48.0+13+gc615cfe1-1 which is now available on all branches. Did you reboot after updating?

My mesa packages don’t seem to have updated properly?
Below is the result of pacman -Q | grep mesa

lib32-libva-mesa-driver 21.0.2-1
lib32-mesa 21.0.2-1
lib32-mesa-demos 8.4.0-2
lib32-mesa-vdpau 21.0.2-1
lib32-vulkan-mesa-layers 21.0.2-1
libva-mesa-driver 21.0.1-1.0
mesa 21.0.1-1.0
mesa-demos 8.4.0-4
mesa-vdpau 21.0.1-1.0
vulkan-mesa-layers 21.0.1-1.0
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Did tty updating tested apps everything went fine except one small python was missed just letting you know that Gimp still works fine

Thanks for the Operating System it is Very Good

Ran the update and I am stuck at “Running post-transaction hooks…” 9/26 with grub-mkconfig. When looking at ps -A | grep grub I can see that grub-mkconfig is defunct. I am just not sure how to continue from this point. Do I reboot and deal with any fallout? Do I kill the pamac gui and try from the cli? Just not sure.

Everything went fine.
expect whenever I open code-oss it flashes the screen.

I think there is a problem with GDM. It stucks on Dell logo for me. Switch to terminal (Ctrl + Alt + F2) and issuing startx command is the way to start gnome. Removinng quiet splash from grub cmdline also helps.

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Usually an issue with KMS not being ready before the graphics server tries to start, enable early KMS for your kernel driver, i.e. amdgpu for the amd systems, and nvidia and nvidia_drm for the prop nvidia driver (arch forum)


Thanks a lot. That does also work for me.

I did some “tests” (with VLC and mplayer) and the VDPAU output seems not to work in both programs.

Modify /etc/default/grub and then use the command:

sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg

I can confirm, I also have mesa 21.0.1-1 installed after this update.

Updating too this release now

I noticed that the gnome dash is now transparent and the upper’s bar selected “backlight” has been changed. May I ask what settings have been tweaked since last update, so I can restore it to the previous look?

The update went fine and mostly without any problem in my Manjaro-Gnome setup. In my case Kvantum is showing problems in setting up dark themes. I tried Qogir and Matchama dark variants. Both had problems.

Some texts in the settings are not clear.

Mostly good, just one unexpeted thing: I got most of the update yesterday (18th) but the mesa ones came in one day later this morning (except lib32 version of mesa). Is this normal?

After installing update normal re-start command from mouse did not launch the PC. I had to shutdown PC and make ‘cold start’ 3 times before the PC started. Now it is OK. :slightly_smiling_face:

However, a little bit later when I booted this PC once again it did not boot and did not react to any other commands, only black screen was available. Therefore, the only thing I could do, was to reinstall Manjaro once again from bootable USB-stick. Now it works OK again.

I don’t see any issues why splash in /etc/default/grub should create some issues. gdm-plymouth only creates a smoother transition than regular gdm. I tested it by switching between those too packages, without any issues.

Also mesa got properly updated now. I’ll update also our ISOs to reflect that.

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Does this mean that updating through the package manager will also be fixed?