mine isn’t commented.
(I have accidentally deleted this very message, so reposting) Could someone please report if the audio issue is fixed in 5.15 LTS kernel?
for me it’s not,
i went back to 6.0
Linux trickeries no doubt…
Switched to 6.1 Kernel
And keep as fallback 5.15
I know we shouldn’t post working things but no issues so far with 6.1
How do I fix this error?
[manjaro@manjaro tmp]$ sudo pacman -Syu :: Synchronizing package databases... core is up to date extra is up to date community is up to date multilib is up to date sublime-text is up to date :: Starting full system upgrade... warning: scrot: ignoring package upgrade (1.6-2 => 1.7-1) resolving dependencies... looking for conflicting packages... error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies) :: installing db (6.2.32-1) breaks dependency 'db=5.3.28' required by lib32-db
lib32-db was the solution
Switching open tabs in Kate has become terribly slow.
edit: fixed after another reboot.
Blessed Christmas everyone.
Just minor insignificant little issue during upgrade.
If you already have
"The North" wallpaper (I manually added it before) you have to remove it … or upgrade won’t move through that part.
sudo rm --recursive --dir /usr/share/wallpapers/North/
:: Starting full system upgrade…
:: Replace manjaro-mirrors with core/pacman-mirrors? [Y/n] y
looking for conflicting packages…
How come manjaro-mirrors replace pacman-mirrors but the pacman mirrorlist generator application is still using pacman-mirrors command ?
# manjaro-mirrors --help zsh: command not found: manjaro-mirrors
pacman-mirrors --help 127 ✘ Version 4.23.2 USAGE: pacman-mirrors [-h] [-f [NUMBER]] [-i [-d]] [-m METHOD] [--status] [-c COUNTRY [COUNTRY...] | [--geoip] | [--continent]] [-l] [-lc] [-q] [-t SECONDS] [-v] [-n] [--api] [-S/-B BRANCH] [-p PREFIX] [-P PROTO [PROTO...]] [-R] [-U URL]
It’s like you installed
neofetch package but the command to actually run neofetch is
I think it would be better to re write the program
manjaro-mirrors which uses manjaro-mirror as it’s command rather than something else. It would also be better to update the Manjaro website as well.
- Please read more carefuly: your quoted output states
- Binaries provided via a package do not need to have the same name.
- That renaming already was covered enough in this forum, please search (more) before posting.
Merry X-mas everyone
What was that one command again which shows which package requires non-installed dependency XYZ? An unknown package want to install an non-existant package called “clap-host”, but because it isn’t available, the alternatives are complete music studio software DAWs qtracktor and reaper. I do not want that.
sudo pactree -r clap-host
sudo pacman -Qi clap-host
sudo pacman -Si clap-host
All tell “package ‘clap-host’ not found”. And I do not have any of the required packages at AUR (en) - clap-host installed.
Nevermind, I figured out myself by digging through the requirements of Arch Linux - qtractor 0.9.29-3 (x86_64)
Turns out Arch Linux - easyeffects 7.0.0-2 (x86_64) is the culprit.
Apparently it optionally required the complete Arch Linux - zam-plugins 4.1-2 (x86_64) in the past. That package got split up, and easyeffects only optionally requires zam-plugins-lv2 now. upgpkg: easyeffects 7.0.0-2: Optdepend on split package for maximizer · archlinux/svntogit-community@763a397 · GitHub
However, since zam-plugins was already installed, pamac does not figure out that zam-plugins need to be removed, and only zam-plugins-lv2 needs to be installed.
pacman -Rns zam-plugins pacman -S zam-plugins-lv2 pacman -D --asdeps zam-plugins-lv2
BTW there is a pacnew again for /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme which belongs to extra/libxcursor
With the following diff:
< [Icon Theme]
> [icon theme]
The file was created (also with a pacnew, thus it didn’t exist beforehand) during one of the other upgrades in December.
However, the file seems to be completely removed again in the new version: 1.2.1-3: use default-cursors · archlinux/svntogit-packages@baf6851 · GitHub
(The package extra/libxcursor is not in Manjaro’s package repositories: Packages · GitLab).
What is going on? Just upstream noobing around?
Here on my end it seems all is fine. But I couldn’t find a way to make it work with AMD cpu/gpu without downgrading MESA to 22.2. Tried following other topics, installed mesa-git but then had to install many other packages and even then couldn’t make it work properly. So, for now, I can only stay with this version of MESA.
I can only assume zam-plugins and the various dependencies are for some sort of specialised audio processing, as I’ve removed them all and can still play all the audio I need without them.
I’m having issues with Firefox and VLC. If I lock the screen Firefox tends to crash and VLC doesn’t always resuming play the video I was playing.
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After the command sudo pamac update, I get the following output:
Checking inter-conflicts... Error: unresolvable package conflicts detected Error: Failed to prepare transaction: conflicting dependencies: pipewire-jack and jack2 are in conflict
Because I’m using pipewire with no issues (yet) I tried to remove jack2.
That gives the following output:
Error: target not found: jack2
What can I do?