Same for me, using
sudo pacman -S pipewire-jack
as specified by another user, does not fix the issue.
[Stable Update] 2022-02-05 - Kernels, LibreOffice, KDE Gear, Nvidia, Calamares, VirtualBox, Pipewire, Mesa, Systemd
Same for me, using
I had the same dependency problem and I did the following:
sudo pacman -Sdd pipewire-jack
This reinstalled pipewire-jack and removed jack2 but left lib32-jack2. So I forcefully removed only lib32-jack2 with
sudo pacman -Rdd lib32-jack2
Then I proceeded with the update as usual and it asked me for a provider for lib32-jack.so. I chose pipewire and was able to update successfully.
This way you don’t have to remove other packages like portaudio and fluidsynth which depend on lib32-jack2 and jack2.
Note: The first -d skips version checks and the second -d skips dependency checks.
I had to extend it to this
pacman -R lib32-jack2 lib32-portaudio lib32-fluidsynth jack2
i had to remove
cadencetoo, which depends on
it’s a useful tool for me, any chance to install it without removing
now my synthv1 shows up in Helvum (pipewire patchbay), so Catia (Cadence) is not needed anymore for patching jack2 outputs
Keyboard and trackpad are not working after the update.
I am having the same issue I have stated here:
is it due to libinput update, or because of kernels, I am not sure.
This was mentioned as a new issue in Testing Update 2022-02-04
post#2 edited to add this as a new issue
Possibly missing firmware when installing the kernel linux-5.16.5-1-MANJARO.
WARNING: Possibly missing firmware for module: xhci_pci
The first boot after the upgrade, the kernel message shows the following error,
kernel: Bluetooth: hci0: FW download error recovery failed (-110) kernel: Bluetooth: hci0: sending frame failed (-19) kernel: Bluetooth: hci0: Failed to read MSFT supported features (-110) kernel: Bluetooth: hci0: command 0xfc1e tx timeout
However, my Bluetooth adaptor seems to be working. My device is
ID 8087:0029 Intel Corp. AX200 Bluetooth
When I connected my Sony DualSense controller, the kernel message shows
Bluetooth: hci0: Failed to read codec capabilities (-56)
Upgrade went fine, but one minor issue. I checked for orphaned packages after the update and got the following:
> pamac list -o celt 0.11.3-4 extra 180.1 kB pamac-gtk 10.3.0-4 extra 726.3 kB zita-alsa-pcmi 0.4.0-1 extra 79.8 kB zita-resampler 1.8.0-1 extra 202.6 kB
I removed all of them after checking that they are not required anymore, already wondering about pamac-gtk. When I now check for obsolete packages again it shows
> pamac list -o pamac-cli 10.3.0-4 extra 206.7 kB
Installation details for the package show that it has been installed as a dependency for another package, but is currently not required by anything anymore
pamac info pamac-cli
> pamac info pamac-cli Name : pamac-cli Version : 10.3.0-4 Description : A Package Manager based on libalpm with AUR and Appstream support URL : https://gitlab.manjaro.org/applications/pamac Licenses : GPL3 Repository : extra Installed Size : 206.7 kB Groups : -- Depends On : libpamac>=11.0 Optional Dependencies : -- Required By : -- Optional For : -- Provides : pamac-cli=10.3.0-4 pamac-zsh-completions Replaces : -- Conflicts With : pamac<=7.3.4-2 pamac-aur pamac-cli-dev pamac-zsh-completions Packager : Philip Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org> Build Date : 2022-01-26 22:20:32 Wed Install Date : 2022-02-03 12:22:41 Thu Install Reason : Installed as a dependency for another package Validated By : Signature Backup files : --
I could probably fix this by marking it as explicitly installed, but I wonder if others see the same and if that might cause problems for users who automatically and recursively uninstall orphaned packages.
I couldn’t upgrade my system initially because
pipewire-jack are now in conflict. I also couldn’t manually uninstall
jack2 due to it being a dependency for some other packages.
To resolve, I simply unchecked
jack2 in the list of packages to upgrade. This prompts pamac to remove
jack2 while upgrading
i had to remove lib32-fluidsynth and lib32-jack2 manually to install/upgrade pipewire-jack which removes jack2.
its solved for me.
Got on the first run of pacman:
nvidia-utils-510.47.03-4-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst failed to download error: could not rename /var/cache/pacman/pkg/nvidia-utils-510.47.03-4-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst.part to /var/cache/pacman/pkg/nvidia-utils-510.47.03-4-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst (No such file or directory)
Seems like it wanted to rename it two times and second one is failed, because after this message this file already there with proper name.
Then on the second run:
error: nvidia-utils: signature from "Mark Wagie <email@example.com>" is invalid :: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/nvidia-utils-510.47.03-4-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)). Do you want to delete it? [Y/n]
So I can’t upgrade my system
Seems it’s resolved now
Updated successfully to 5.16.5-1-MANJARO and Nvidia 510.47.03 (GeForce RTX 3070).
Can anybody confirm is it safe to remove
driver spamming dbus-enabled applications with invalid messages fixed?
Anyone else coming here please note that pamac the GUI updater cannot make the changes or perform the upgrade, don’t ask why. You have to use pacman from a ‘terminal’.
sudo pacman -S pipewire-jack
agree to all the changes
sudo pacman - Syyu
or one of the ‘recipes’ here : Pacman Overview - Manjaro.
For anyone interested the Arch maintainers announced this change 3 weeks ago:
I’m thankful for all the discussion around the
pipewire-jack conflict. For some reason for me,
pacman would not upgrade the
pipewire-jack package, only reinstall (tried with -S and -Sdd)…
$ sudo pacman -S pipewire-jack warning: pipewire-jack-1:0.3.43-1 is up to date -- reinstalling looking for conflicting packages... Packages (1) pipewire-jack-1:0.3.43-1
and this had me concerned about using the
pamac GUI option mentioned (since pamac/pacman do/accomplish similar things, and even share a log file)…
Until I discovered that command line
pamac would take care of both the upgrade and
$ pamac install pipewire-jack Preparing... Resolving dependencies... Checking inter-conflicts... To upgrade (1): pipewire-jack 1:0.3.45-1 (1:0.3.43-1) extra 152.5 kB To remove (1): jack2 1.9.20-3 (Conflicts With: jack) extra
Not sure why
pacman gave no joy, but
pamac seemed to have stepped up.
Oops… spoke too soon. After letting answering “Y” to apply the transaction,
pamac quickly shot out “Transaction successfully finished.” without making any changes? If i run the below command back-to-back… it repeats itself thinking there’s an update and conflict to resolve… and the pamac GUI still shows
jack2 installed with
pipewire-jack still not upgraded.
$ pamac install pipewire-jack Preparing... Resolving dependencies... Checking inter-conflicts... To upgrade (1): pipewire-jack 1:0.3.45-1 (1:0.3.43-1) extra 152.5 kB To remove (1): jack2 1.9.20-3 (Conflicts With: jack) extra Total download size: 152.5 kB Total installed size: 198.7 kB Total removed size: 2.0 MB Apply transaction ? [y/N] y Transaction successfully finished.
I seem to be having issues with both
pacman and not sure why.
I do know my mirrors are up to date and in sync…
$ pacman-mirrors Pacman-mirrors version 4.23.2 Local mirror status for stable branch Mirror #1 OK 02:17 Canada https://muug.ca/mirror/manjaro/ Mirror #2 OK 04:40 Canada https://mirror.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/manjaro/ Mirror #3 OK 00:20 Canada https://osmirror.org/manjaro/ Mirror #4 OK 01:17 Canada https://mirror.0xem.ma/manjaro/
EDIT: Thought I’d try a reboot, but no change… neither
pacman will upgrade
pipewire-jack and resolve
jack2 via the command line
Wifi device not recognized after Update - Surface Pro 3 (Marvell 88W8897 [AVASTAR] 802.11ac Wireless)
kernel: mwifiex_pcie 0000:01:00.0: enabling device (0000 -> 0002) kernel: mwifiex_pcie: PCI memory map Virt0: 00000000a5efdaee PCI memory map Virt2: 000000007951e1be kernel: mwifiex_pcie 0000:01:00.0: Direct firmware load for mrvl/pcie8897_uapsta.bin failed with error -2 kernel: mwifiex_pcie 0000:01:00.0: Failed to get firmware mrvl/pcie8897_uapsta.bin
Needed manual offline firmware (linux-firmware-marvell) installation after the update.
The update routine does not care about:
Installiere linux-firmware-whence (20220119.0c6a7b3-3)... Erneuere linux-firmware (20211027.1d00989-1 -> 20220119.0c6a7b3-3)... Erneuere linux510 (5.10.89-1 -> 5.10.96-1)...
Arch split their firmware package and the normal does not include marvell firmware any more. See #721 and #723. Installing linux-firmware-marvell should fix this.
There’s an open bug report: FS#73588 - ffmpeg4.4 cannot be installed: cannot resolve “libx264.so=164-64”
error: unresolvable package conflicts detected error: failed to prepare transaction (conflicting dependencies) :: jack2 and pipewire-jack are in conflict