This set updates
kernels, systemd, Haskell, KDE applications and framework everything, once again.
It started as a small update set, and it’s now quite large (well over 2400 changed packages).
This is another epic update. Massive number of updated packages and a massive number of issues fixed.
It’s been quite the journey but I think we’re almost there.
Current difference to x32-stable
This thread will track updates to x32-testing as they are snapped over from x32-unstable
This post has a full difference to x32-stable, updates will be posted below as they occur.
Full list is available here.
- No issues, 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)
Is x32-testing ready to be moved to x32-stable?
This will inform the snap process; there is no set threshold.
Please vote on the “is it ready yet?” poll but only when you feel this set is tested enough, and has a sufficient number of changes compared to x32-stable. Do keep in mind that x32-stable updates should be less frequent than x32-testing so not every testing update set should need to be moved over.
- No or Not yet
- Yes, x32-testing should be snapped to x32-stable at this point
- Other (post)