Its not trivial … you manually installed python311 as a foreign package and now you need to deal with the dependencies problem.
Users would normally have python and it would be upgraded normally. python311 however is something else … it doesnt exist in the repos or the aur.
If you have many many lines of ‘exists on filesystem’ related to python … that may also indicate you at some point abused pip by doing ... sudo pip ....
Unless you have the hardware that needs those firmware modules, don’t worry.
I deleted a load of firmware that I don’t need and I see those messages every time my kernels are rebuilt, but it doesn’t cause any problems.
Update went ok, system is still working. But after the update VRR is no longer working on my monitor…
I’m using Gnome with X11 and this statement in xorg.conf
Option “VariableRefresh” “true”
I have been running it like that, for getting VRR to work. And it has worked fine up until now.
I was thinking it was a Gnome issue, and it propably shiftet over to wayland but that was not the case. Still thinking it was gnome I ran my cinnamon desktop instead (Cinnamon only uses X11 and is using it’s own compositor (muffin). But VRR still does not work.
I’m wonderring what package update broke VRR and would just like to downgrade it. I also have a system backup but would like to try something else before i pull that trigger.
I would suspekt it to be an xorg or mesa update that is the problem.
Thise where the only xorg pakages updated:
xorg-setxkbmap 1.3.3-2 1.3.4-1
xorg-xcalc 1.1.1-1 1.1.2-1
xorg-xdpyinfo 1.3.3-4 1.3.4-1
xorg-xinput 1.6.3-3 1.6.4-1
And thise the only mesa pakages:
lib32-mesa-demos 8.5.0-1 9.0.0-1
lib32-mesa-utils 8.5.0-1 9.0.0-1
Running stable Manjaro
AMD CPU Ryzen 5 1600AF
AMD GPU RX6650XT
Desktop Gnome and also have cinnamon.
i’m using plasma and i noticed that the last stable update affected mouse cursor movement speed - this update restored it to what it should be, but i first had to adjust the speed in system settings (no need to enable adaptive speed)
Although python311 has not been in the AUR for a few weeks (since Arch upgraded to python 3.11) you can still uninstall it, using you AUR helper or pacman.
You need to uninstall it before starting this system update.