[Stable Update] 2022-04-15 - Kernels, Mesa, Nvidia, Budgie, PipeWire, LIbreOffice, KDE Frameworks, Wine

I had this problem too, reverting the kernel to 5.15 made it able to wake up from sleep with a working monitor again on my machine.

See above [Stable Update] 2022-04-15 - Kernels, Mesa, Nvidia, Budgie, PipeWire, LIbreOffice, KDE Frameworks, Wine - #77 by JKAbrams

There is a bug in LibreOffice 7.3.2 with KDE and Wayland. See it and it. It seems to be the bug I told above. The patch will be available in LibreOffice 7.3.3, but not before early May.

I found two workarounds but I need to test them.

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Hi. When I try to update thunderbird, I get a message that the signature from Mark Wagie is not trusted and it does not let me update it. Here is a cut down version of the output:

To upgrade (3):
thunderbird             91.8.1-0.1  (91.8.0-1)  extra  66,0 MB
thunderbird-i18n-de     91.8.1-1    (91.8.0-1)  extra  629,5 kB
thunderbird-i18n-en-us  91.8.1-1    (91.8.0-1)  extra  546,3 kB

Fehler: thunderbird: signature from "Mark Wagie <mark@manjaro.org>" is unknown trust

The system is otherwise fully updated.
I am not sure where to report and ask for help, because none of the support forums match this topic I think.


the same for me

I just renewed my key.

EDIT: The issue is resolved with manjaro-keyring 20220421-1.

Also see pacman/Package signing - ArchWiki

sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys

Okay thanks. I wasn’t sure if this is a problem or if I can just renew. I will. Edit: Success.

Thanks! Had no problem with the update. :slight_smile:

Thank you or posting this fix… I also received the package signature errors trying to update thunderbird today.

The command ran for quite some time, but once completed it resolved my thunderbird update issue as well… [ALPM] upgraded thunderbird (91.8.0-1 -> 91.8.1-0.1)

I come back to you. As I said in my message above about the bug of LibreOffice 7.3.2 with KDE and Wayland, I found two workaround tips. I tested one of these and it works. So, until the LibreOffice 7.3.3 version will be available in early May (with the patched fix), here is the workarounds :

  1. Edit the /etc/environment file and add the following line :


Save and reboot.

Note: This is the one I tested.


  1. Edit the /etc/environment file and add the following line :

    QT_QPA_PLATFORM=xcb libreoffice

Save and reboot.


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If you use full hinting in your font configuration beware of this bug in freetype Terrible rendering with FT 2.12 (#1148) · Issues · FreeType / FreeType

This is one of the reasons I stick with LTS kernels.

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it didn’t for me. the keyrings are broken and refreshing does not work. hopefully a solution is asap.

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The issue is fixed, you have local issues.

See this: How to solve keyring issues in Manjaro - Tutorials - Manjaro Linux Forum

i already tried exactly that same of your link but it didn’t help. more enough it scrapped the system, after rebooting i went to black screen. restored a backup from yesterday (thanks god i did a backup yesterday) and will wait until the issue is fixed.

Again, the issue is local to you if it’s fixed for others.

Same issue with libvtkfides.so.1 here for VTK application, which imports vtk modules from Python:

  File "/usr/lib/python3.10/site-packages/vtkmodules/all.py", line 106, in <module>
    from .vtkIOFides import *
ImportError: /usr/lib/libvtkfides.so.1: undefined symbol: _ZN6adios25ADIOS9DeclareIOENSt7__cxx1112basic_stringIcSt11char_traitsIcESaIcEEE

An update, where this mismatch is resolved would be really nice.

EDIT: Arch bug-report FS#74317

Hopefully this is also applied to VTK package.

Follow-up: as the error message points to libavutil/imgutils.c, I did some tests and removed the cover image from the offending MP3s tags, now I can import those again in Shotcut without a crash!
So it seems to be a new bug in FFmpeg…