issue is probably more due to the MB manufacturer and bios not following established standards strictly. I haven’t had any issues with sleep or hibernation with my HP elite book laptop that has been running manjaro for a couple of years now. That being said I have an old cheap thinkcentre desktop that clear linux or red hat won’t recognize it as EFI but debian or manjaro can boot efi just fine, The problem is all the manufacturers tend to cut corners especially when the standards are new and then never get around to fixing them or can’t fix them after release. Windows has had issues with sleep and hibernation for years and still do. It’s not always the softwares fault it usually is the hardware/UEFI/bios implementation of sleep.
[Stable Update] 2022-04-15 - Kernels, Mesa, Nvidia, Budgie, PipeWire, LIbreOffice, KDE Frameworks, Wine
that message also says the file could be corrupt. have your tried deleting
sudo rm /var/cache/pacman/pkg/systemd-libs-250.4-2-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst
so that the system re-downloads the file?
No, sorry, it doesn’t.
It updates all the keys in the keyring.
(And takes about half an hour to do it!)
It’s not for post-update, it’s pre-update, use it to start with.
‘w’ downloads packages but does not do the upgrade (does not install them).
I prefer to make sure all the packages are in (and some potential problems solved) before running the upgrade.
The extra ‘u’ allows downgrading as well as upgrading. It has no effect unless the Manjaro team marked a package to be downgraded, which happens rarely.
When the packages are all in, I do ‘
sudo pacman -Suu’ to run the upgrade,
and it uses the already-downloaded packages.
At the end of my post I wrote
For me, the problem was solved already.
The file was not corrupt.
The problem was that one signing key had been changed, but was not in the keyring.
The point of the message was that this issue should be mentioned in the wiki post if it can still affect other people, despite the fact that @Yochanan said the keyring had been updated. (Maybe the new keyring file has not been pushed to the stable repo?)
I was replying to @Yochanan, and he is well aware of the nature of the problem, so I didn’t describe it in more detail. (It has been discussed elsewhere in these forums and on reddit.)
I got it: it happened because I used ‘w’ with pacman (only download).
Then not until you start to install the update do you get
“Some packages should be upgraded first…
… archlinux-keyring-20220424-1 manjaro-keyring-20220421-1”.
When using -Suw, the download finishes before the keyring is updated,
and then the old keyring is used to check the downloaded files,
and packages signed with a new (unknown) key cause that error.
Could this be regarded as a bug in pacman?
It should update its keys before downloading with the ‘w’ option…
Thanks, 5.15 works fine, so it ll be my “backup” kernel, i want to try 5.17 to see if the permormance change.
Just curious, yesterday noticed some first time ever seen program upgrading
manjaro-application-utility … tried to find it in XFCE menus, nowhere. tried to find it with whisker menu search “manjaro” and “application” … nothing. Finally launched it from bash, it actually exists and launches and is actually pretty cute nice app. Why it’s not in the menus anywhere?? Is this some kind of easter-egg kinda thing intentional?
In the Gome Editin it is part of the Manjaro Hello application. Perhaps it is the same in XFCE.
Don’t have manjaro-hello anymore. Never wanted it, never used it. Still would like manjaro-application-utility to be accessible from menus and be like “normal app”. At minimum why couldn’t it be part of the manjaro-settings-manager?? Would make perfect sense.
Until the above happens, or if it doesn’t, you could create a .desktop file in .local/share/applications for manjaro-application-utility and run
update-desktop-database ~/.local/share/applications/. Pay attention to the Categories= line (if xfce, X-XFCE-SettingsDialog;Settings; ). This will control where the app appears in the desktop menu and the system settings menu, unfortunately not the Manjaro Settings. The xml file /etc/xdg/menus/xfce-settings-manager.menu, shows menu layout and available categories.
exo-desktop-item-edit are helpful tools. I have better luck with the later. There’s also
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It is part of Manjaro Hello in XFCE , through the “Applications” button. I guess that @deemon has removed it on purpose.
Thanks @Skunkie for your suggestion about the update.
After pamac install gjs-git sushi is working again