Another testing branch update with some usual package updates for you.
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Notable Package Updates:
- Most of our Kernels got updated
- Note: 6.0 kernel series got removed. Consider to either update to 6.1 LTS or 6.2 series.
- Wine is now at 8.3
- Systemd got updated to 252.7
- Usual KDE-git, Python and Haskell updates
Info about AUR packages
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Info about GNOME 43
GNOME 43 is here!
New in Manjaro GNOME:
We now have Gradience in the Manjaro community repo (also available as a Flatpak) for your theme customization pleasure. There are community presets (currently unavailable) available or you can create your own.
Our in-house Layouts Switcher application by @Chrysostomus has some new features as well as various improvements and fixes:
- NEW Dynamic Wallpaper button: Create your own dynamic wallpaper
- NEW Appearance button to open Gradience for theme customization
- NEW The Firefox GNOME theme option automagically updates to the latest upstream version when toggling the radio button off and on again.
- FIXED: Layout preview images now match
KNOWN ISSUE: Missing required packages will not be automatically installed via Pamac. Please check optional dependencies of
Scaling settings for Xorg in GNOME Control Center are back! [HowTo] Gnome Xorg Fractional (per monitor) Scaling
Lonely leftover orphan packages that have been removed from the Arch / Manjaro repositories:
(Not compatible with Nautilus 43)
(Not compatible with Nautilus 43 & EOL)
Get our latest daily developer images now from Github: Plasma, GNOME, XFCE. You can get the latest stable releases of Manjaro from CDN77.
Our current supported kernels
- linux419 4.19.275
- linux54 5.4.234
- linux510 5.10.171
- linux515 5.15.97
- linux61 6.1.15
- linux62 6.2.2
- linux515-rt 5.15.94_rt59
- linux60-rt 6.0.5_rt14
Package Changes (Wed Mar 8 00:10:54 CET 2023)
- testing community x86_64: 1239 new and 1216 removed package(s)
- testing core x86_64: 26 new and 28 removed package(s)
- testing extra x86_64: 137 new and 150 removed package(s)
- testing kde-unstable x86_64: 220 new and 220 removed package(s)
- testing multilib x86_64: 17 new and 19 removed package(s)
A detailed list of all package changes can be found here
- No issue, everything went smoothly
- Yes there was an issue. I was able to resolve it myself.(Please post your solution)
- Yes i am currently experiencing an issue due to the update. (Please post about it)
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