I don’t think so. I downgraded to libepoxy 1.5.5 and that didn’t change anything.
[Testing Update] 2021-05-12 - Kernels, KDE Frameworks, Plasma, Systemd, Mesa, LibreOffice, KDE Gear Mobile, FF, TB
Get rid of
plasma-desktop-primex and use
plasma-desktop and replace any of those
*-git packages with its counterpart.
$ sudo pacman -Syu plasma-desktop ksysguard libksysguard plasma-systemmonitor
Keep adding up non-
*-git packages to that command until it doesn’t complain anymore.
I’d rather like it the other way around: First the forum post and then the update.
But that’s not how it works here so you’ll have to deal with it.
To add something useful: After the update, I had to adjust a few systemd config files (mainly journald.conf and resolved.conf) because they changed.
Is there a pacman-hook that notifies me after the finished update where
*.pacnew files appeared? Finding the notifications in the update log is not nice.
You can install meld and use it to simply manage pacnew files:
sudo -H DIFFPROG=meld pacdiff
I punch in
I made exactly the guide for you lol [HowTo] Create a pacman hook to detect .pacnew files
//EDIT: beware, it now contains an error I can’t fix (not my mistake), make sure the executable path is consistent in script and hook.
//EDIT2: it is now fixed and should all work as intended.
Ever since Frameworks got updated to 5.82, it seems trying to search files via Dolphin outside of one’s home folder causes kdedinit5 errors like
inotify_add_watch(/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections) failed: (Permission denied) and
QWidget: Cannot create a QWidget without QApplication, resulting in
filenamesearch. to dump core. Seems to be another oopsie in KDE’s end that people are already reporting on their bug tracker.
Just so you know
Edit: To clarify, this crash occurs with any root-only folder or file the search comes across first. So the directory can differ on each occurence.
maybe related to 430862 – Kde5init crashes in ThumbnailProtocol::get() every time I take a screenshot or start the computer , but that should have been fixed in 5.82 (which is the case for my occurance of this bug with preview-images in notifications)
Yes, I had that issue before, but this started happening after Frameworks was updated to 5.82
Same problem since this update with compiz.
I think that compiz must be rebuilt again.
after update I switched off my pc.
Yesterday I went to start it again and it didn’t boot with kernel 4.19.
I tried twice with no results. Then I tried with 4.14 and it booted up normally.
I collected my journalctl about two sessions with boot error.
I’m not able to understad how is the problem and which package could be the couse of that.
Which opinion do you have about it?
sudo mkinitcpio -P
install kernel 5.4 /and -or 5.10
check CMOS-Battery voltage >= 3.0V)
I answer to myself.
The problem comes from libprotobuf.so. Some softs such android-tools compiz-easy-patch mixxx_beta-git are also impacted:
File "/usr/bin/ccsm", line 98, in <module> import compizconfig ImportError: libprotobuf.so.26: Ne peut ouvrir le fichier d'objet partagé: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type mixxx: error while loading shared libraries: libprotobuf-lite.so.26: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
I try to give a link but
[libprotobuf FATAL google/protobuf/stubs/common.cc:87] This program was compiled against version 3.15.7 of the Protocol Buffer runtime library, which is not compatible with the installed version (3.16.0). Contact the program author for an update. If you compiled the program yourself, make sure that your headers are from the same version of Protocol Buffers as your link-time library. (Version verification failed in "/build/compiz-easy-patch/src/compiz-0.9.14.1/compizconfig/libcompizconfig/src/compiz.cpp".) terminate called after throwing an instance of 'google::protobuf::FatalException' what(): This program was compiled against version 3.15.7 of the Protocol Buffer runtime library, which is not compatible with the installed version (3.16.0). Contact the program author for an update. If you compiled the program yourself, make sure that your headers are from the same version of Protocol Buffers as your link-time library. (Version verification failed in "/build/compiz-easy-patch/src/compiz-0.9.14.1/compizconfig/libcompizconfig/src/compiz.cpp".) Abandon (core dumped)
Mixxx works with Link
ln -s /usr/lib/libprotobuf-lite.so.27 /usr/lib/libprotobuf-lite.so.26
We dropped compiz-easy-patch from our repos. Please rebuild it from the AUR.
Thanks. I finaly droped out compiz from my computer to /dev/null…
Too often issues with currents updates.
Just got this error when trying to update via pacman:
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies) :: installing pamac-gtk (10.1.2-2) breaks dependency 'pamac-gtk=10.1.2-0.2' required by pamac-gnome-integration
My mouse pointer just temporarily froze. While it was frozen, I was unable to press the Windows key to bring up the application menu in KDE. That never happened before this update.
It seems like
pamac-gnome-integration has a hardcoded version dependency on
Looks like a bug to me… Or is it a case of missing updated version of