[Testing Update] 2020-08-21 - Kernels, PAM, PAMBASE, KDE-git, Deepin, Pamac, Nvidia 450.66

Too much hassle, just enable systemd-homed.service. It has almost zero impact on system initialization process:

╰─>$ systemd-analyze blame --no-pager |grep homed
 295ms systemd-homed.service
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for any command in sudo
we get 4 lines in log ( ligtdm , systemd , pam & sudo )

"for a (temporary) second copy of your home directory. "

I don’t think I have room for several terabytes of data :stuck_out_tongue:

don’t think I have room for several terabytes of data

Once upon a time:
computers had 16kb RAM and a Taperecorder for loading and saving Programs.
Luxus was: more than one Floppy Disk . Each 440kB doublesided.

I would be willing to do that but I have no idea about the impact. Will it leave my home directory alone or will it mess up my setup. My home is on an encrypted zfs dataset and I am afraid systemd will mess it up.

Upgraded and now running 5.8.2, Manjaro Gnome. Everything works except I cannot connect to my bluetooth headphones any longer. Had a similar problem with 5.8.1, which made me revert back to linux57. Has anyone fixed this bluetooth issue?