If someone test it on a Touchscreen Device , let me know if the bug with the OSK is fixed . I test 43 on Tumbleweed and Ubuntu 22.10 Beta and had the same bug : you can typ only one Number or symbol and it turned back for typing Letters . On Solus with xorg the same , so it isn’t a problem with Wayland . I use Gnome on a Tablet too and with this bug is typing my password not really comfortable .
Careful, new systemd 252 may render your system unbootable. Some TPM -related service keeps trying to start indefinitely. This is on TPM 2 which supports SHA1 PCRs only + systemd-boot. Grub-controlled booting process with no Secure Boot on another machine worked fine.
Loading is stuck on “Starting TPM2 PCR Barrier…” – no idea what is that.
My setup is similar to yours but I use both systemd-based and udev-based unified images to boot, and generate them with sbupdate, not mkinitcpio.
This machine has a lot of firmware limitations that make it hard to use with new tech, for instance, all kernels starting from 5.19 fail to initialize TCTI context if booting with systemd-based image – this is why I usually boot using udev-based UKI.
I have no time to actively dig into it so I just downgraded for the time being as I’m busy migrating to a newer laptop which I hope would be a better fit for all recent shiny technologies built into systemd – not because of systemd itself, of course, but because I’ve just managed to work around another annoying bug that had been blocking me from using it before.
After updating I can no longer connect to my university’s PEAP WiFi. It just continuously asks for password and never connects.
Had a similar problem before with Fedora, which was solved thus: Changes/StrongCryptoSettings2 - Fedora Project Wiki
Might this current problem be related? Were cryptography settings changed on Manjaro?
<==> Running Wayland…
<==> running xorg
same error - but audio working, so I will ignore the error
systemd gnome-session-x11-services-ready.target: Job gnome-session-x11-services-ready.target/verify-active failed with result 'dependency'.
But which dependency???
something in connection with: gnome-session 43.0-1 @Yochanan
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