If some patches were added, it should change package version and update should be on its way. If from some reason the package was altered but versioning kept the same (happens sometimes) it's a bit tricky for packagers because they have to add new version to it in order not to create conflicts. Anyway, wine-staging have often releases so even if the version didn't change with those patches, some update will come soon and the patches will be included. Be patient. Of course you can always compile the package yourself if you know how.
As to update itself, all went fine, no apparent issues (Manjaro KDE).
i noticed some kernel errors after latest testing update:
journalctl -p err:
-- Reboot --
Mai 23 12:39:56 LXKA-10HFQN2 kernel: DMAR: DRHD: handling fault status reg 2
Mai 23 12:39:56 LXKA-10HFQN2 kernel: DMAR: [INTR-REMAP] Request device [f0:1f.0] fault index 3c3d [fault reason 37] Blocked a compatibility format interrupt request
Mai 23 12:40:12 LXKA-10HFQN2 ModemManager: <error> SIM is missing and SIM hot swap is configured, but ports are not opened.
Mai 23 12:40:27 LXKA-10HFQN2 systemd: Failed to start Network Manager Wait Online.
Mai 23 12:45:20 LXKA-10HFQN2 lightdm: gkr-pam: unable to locate daemon control file
The config file will probably get updated so this is what it looks like without file size limits.
# Disabled: Set to true to avoid loading the plugin. By default all
# plugins are loaded.
# Priority: Priority of the plugin if more plugins support the same
# uri-scheme / mime-type combination.
# Locations: ;-separated path list the plugin will be used in. If the
# source file is not a child of one of the locations, the
# plugin won't be used and another plugin with a lower
# priority will be tried.
# Absolute paths, environement variables, ~/ and ~username/
# are allowed. Leave empty to allow all locations.
# MaxFileSize: Maximum size of the source file the plugin will still
# try to generate a plugin for. The size is in bytes,
# 0 disabled the check.
# For more information see http://docs.xfce.org/xfce/thunar/tumbler
# Image Thumbnailers
# Jpeg thumbnailer (from exif data if possible)
# Supports all type GdkPixbuf supports
# RAW image files using libopenraw
# Video Thumbnailers
# Download cover from omdbapi.com or themoviedb.org if an
# API key is given. This plugin is disabled because it
# sends your (private) movie names over the internet.
# ffmpegthumbnailer plugin
# GStreamer plugin
# Other Thumbnailers
# FreeType thumbnailer
# PDF/PS thumbnailer
# Open document thumbnailer (ODF)
# thumnailers provided by .thumbnailer desktop files
TTY update with Xfce, intel chips, using 4.19 kernel. Smooth as always.
Gotta say, since I switched to testing half a year ago, have had no issues. Of course, this is as close to a vanilla install as you're likely to see, only addition from AUR is chrome. And BTW thanks for the update to mcomix. It's not critical but I enjoy using it to look in archived photo galleries.
My lightdm drops to a blank screen for a second, after entering password, then comes back for a second before the desktop comes on. Curious. This was a problem in MX Linux when they had "slim" installed. It causes a double login but slim is not installed.
Yes, I updated the cinnamon-settings package for what is coming
We always have the default themes of an edition as a dependency of the settings package because the package actually doesn't do much without them... People who don't want Manjaro styling and/or absolutely want to remove the default theme can always remove the settings package of course.
Hi, curious, i do not have this problem. Only blinking at startup. At the version before, i could see the last screenshot of my desktop, and heavy flickering of all colors. This is now gone. Only 2 minor blinks. The taskbar is still a bit of a construction area.. means blinking.. but so far.. this is only cosmetic (;
It didn't affect me personally, because I do not have wxPython. However, for fun, I did install python-wxpython 4.0.5-3 intentionally just to see what it would do on my system and indeed, it broke youtube-dl completely (somehow, Cinnamon Settings seemed not to be affected).
Several files in python-wxpython 4.0.5-2 are readable only by the owner (root), thus rendering the package unusable. Not only that, since /usr/lib/python3.7/site-packages/wxPython-4.0.5-py3.7.egg-info/PKG-INFO is also only readable by root, apps that don't even use wxpython, e.g. community/synapse, fails to start.
Closed by Filipe Laíns (FFY00)
Wednesday, 22 May 2019, 19:47 GMT Reason for closing: Fixed Additional comments about closing: python-wxpython 4.0.5-3
@philm@oberon It is a pretty critical problem, because it means that merely having python-wxpython 4.0.5-2 on your system can break programs that relies on Python even if they do not use
wxPython at all, which means that potentially a lot of programs can be affected. IMO by that alone, the current Testing environment is not ready yet to be on Stable; we need python-wxpython 4.0.5-3 on Testing before.
It is not fair to make hyperlinks that revert to the comments, instead of the original URL.
## Branch Pacman should use (stable, testing, unstable)
Branch = unstable
## Generation method
## 1) rank - rank mirrors depending on their access time
## 2) random - randomly generate the output mirrorlist
# Method = rank
## Define protocols and priority
## separated by comma 'https,http' or 'http,https'
## ATM available protocols are: http, https, ftp
## Not specifying a protocol will ban the protocol from being used
## If a mirror has more than one protocol defined only the first is written to the mirrorlist
## Empty means all in reversed alphabetic order
# Protocols =
## When set to False - all certificates are accepted.
## Use only if you fully trust all ssl-enabled mirrors.
# SSLVerify = True