the system has updated smoothly (manjaro gnome) but i found out that after restart the headphone doesn’t work unless i unplug it and plug it again .
i found the solution in the forum
the title : [Dell Laptop: Analog Speaker Audio only after plugging and unplugging headphones]
the link :
the solution is deleting your pulseaudio user settings
Great operating system, smooth update. Thanks for everything. The combination of Plasma and Manjaro has proved stellar. Come on everyone, consider donating to Manjaro on a regular basis. I have been a supporter 5 for the last months for the price of two espressos a month. Small price to pay for a great system!
I’m getting a systemd error on boot after the update: Failed to insert module 'nvidia_uvm': No such device
System continues on afterwards and finishes booting.
For background, I am using vfio-pci to stub out my nvidia card for GPU passthrough to a VM. I don’t need to load any drivers for it. lspci -nnk shows these drivers are correctly in-use for the video card.
EDIT: I simply added nvidia, nvidia-drm, and nvidia-uvm to the blacklist, restarted systemd-modules-load successfully.
Also for some feedback on the LUKS encrypted drive solution, I ran update-grub and grub-install after adding the cryptodisk module to the grub config. Didn’t rerun mkinitcpio however since it didn’t make sense to me do so (the pacman hooks already run this, and the grub config doesn’t affect the kernel images). Rebooted fine save for the one error message.
It is very nice that Manjaro includes Plymouth again. Plymouth CAN be particularly useful if the root partition is encrypted - because the graphical password prompt has a few advantages over the simple text input. (It also just looks better…)
In order for the graphical password prompt to work with EFI we need actually an unencrypted /boot-partition in addition the unencrypted /boot/efi and /root partitions.
I know there is supposed to be a potential security vulnerability with an unencrypted /boot. I’m not sure what it is, but other otherwise professional distributions (Fedora, Ubuntu, …) do this as well. So maybe this would be a nice addition to the installer for Manjaro?
sudo update-grub sudo mkinitcpio -P sudo grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot --bootloader-id=manjaro # as I use UEFI and my ESP is /boot (where my EFI folder is located i.e: /boot/EFI)
After fixing the boot, I had to edit the desktops in edit mode → manage desktops and panels.
Somehow I had several panels in one desktop, and the secondary was swapped with a fresh config.
Also it seems that Wayland still have issues with nvidia on 5.27, so I’ll keep x11 for now
Most people notice the error message that the module cryptodisk is not found and can press any key to continue the boot process. Others have a broken grub bootloader installation, either following the steps wrong or other reasons.
So here again:
/etc/default/grub needs to been checked for GRUB_PRELOAD_MODULES="cryptodisk part_gpt part_msdos" and GRUB_ENABLE_CRYPTODISK=y
grub menu needs to been updated via update-grub
That should be the only thing you may need. Installing grub to MBR/UEFI always should be the last resort unless you want to have security updates or the latest grub version on your system. If your system however has a broken bootloader installation you may need to restore it. Read the linked discussion thread for more info about further solutions.
Well, the solution you posted is still confusing as the issue actually is only a warning that the cryptodisk module is not found and people can still boot. Then they start to do stupid things to get that fixed which is “ain’t broken”. As stated above the /etc/default/grub needs to been “fixed” and the menu updated. Calling mkinitcpio makes no sense here as it only recreates the kernels and calls update-grub in the end. Also calling grub-install should be a last resort based on known reasons. Also the issue what we have with grub in general should be clear by now.
So, this update kinda made the XMPP Client Programm “Dino” like… white? Beforehand it was dark like the rest of my system - Settings are Breath Dark for native and Breeze for GTK Programms. Funny thing is the output of neofetch:
It does not mention Breath Dark in anyway, I think it did in the past - maybe wrong memory…
What is wrong here and why did the update trigger this?
The QT alternative didn’t really take off and isn’t really a big payoff for the effort I assume, but GTK is fine… and with native Breeze or Lightly theming (follows colour scheme) there’s not really much of a problem.