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new update on sudo requires merging of new syntax in /etc/sudoers file. i merged using kompare and did the final change (for my user) only in visudo, and there were no complains. hope that is ok
NVIDIA 510.47.03 drivers are pushed, kernel updates and extramodules will follow. Use
nvidia-dkms for now if you want.
After recent upgrade to manjaro-system (20210612-1 → 20220202-1).
User is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.
Fix: Uncomment these two lines
## Uncomment to allow members of group wheel to execute any command %wheel ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL ## Uncomment to allow members of group sudo to execute any command %sudo ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
That is strange that here on Manjaro, sudo just worked without uncommenting those lines. I have
## User privilege specification ## root ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
In Arch (VM), I received that same comment as you, which I fixed by adding myself:
## User privilege specification ## root ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL jrichard ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
This should not have happen, it removed the file discussed in link above. [Testing Update] 2022-02-01 - Kernels, Pipewire 0.3.44, Qt5, Mesa 21.3.5, Wine 7.0 - #36 by philm
Result: exists no group called “sudo”
Therefore (as root):
usermod -a -G sudo "user"
and reboot. Voila.
latest sudo (1.9.9-2) has “disable non-interactive auth”.
does that mean keyword “NOPASSWD:” is no more in-affect in sudoers file.
today’s update: due to referred dependency uninstall
kvantum-theme-matcha was uninstalled
Finally Kvantum is gone here on xfce as manjaro-xfce-settings no longer requires it. Many thanks!
I have to downgrade fontconfig and lib32-fontconfig to 2.13.94 as the upgrade to 2.13.96 changed all my conky, it doesnt horizontally fit on my screen. Is there some new configuration that I have to change somewhere?
Oh boy, Plasma 5.24 incoming!
Fasten your seatbelts!
updated some hours ago, no issues so far
One screen? Wayland? Night Color active?
I immediately caught one. I had it during beta testing but couldn’t find the culprit and now I figured it out. If you happen to use a laptop with an external monitor set as primary screen, plus Night Color activated, in Wayland it fails on boot and resets the primary screen to the laptop’s. But it happens only if there a proxy configured in Systemsettings. Without it, no failure occurs.
X11 ofc, are you crazy?
Ha, nope, it’s krazy
edit: Or dropping if that patch is already included in upstream