[Unstable Update] 2023-02-06 - GlibC updates

This is more a short one to announce. Currently the toolchain has changed due to glibc updates, hence the kernels need to been rebuild to get dkms working again …

:: Different sync package(s) in repository community x86_64

                             PACKAGE              testing             unstable
                                 gdu             5.21.1-2             5.22.0-1
               netfilter-fullconenat      r73.0cf3b48-267      r73.0cf3b48-268
                          python-pdm              2.4.0-1              2.4.3-1
                   python-pdm-pep517            1:1.0.6-1            1:1.1.1-1
                    telegram-desktop              4.5.3-1              4.6.0-1
                            zycore-c              1.4.1-2              1.4.1-3
                               zydis              4.0.0-2              4.0.0-3

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                             PACKAGE              testing             unstable
                            binutils               2.40-2               2.40-4
                          debuginfod              0.188-2              0.188-3
                            elfutils              0.188-2              0.188-3
                                 gcc             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                             gcc-ada             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                               gcc-d             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                         gcc-fortran             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                              gcc-go             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                            gcc-libs             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                            gcc-objc             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                               glibc               2.36-7               2.37-2
                      lib32-gcc-libs             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                         lib32-glibc               2.36-7               2.37-2
                              libelf              0.188-2              0.188-3
                           libgccjit             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                             libtool  2.4.7+4+g1ec8fa28-1  2.4.7+4+g1ec8fa28-2
                   linux-api-headers            5.18.15-1              6.1.9-1
                            lto-dump             12.2.1-1             12.2.1-2
                                mpfr              4.2.0-2              4.2.0-3

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                             PACKAGE              testing             unstable
                             dejagnu              1.6.3-4              1.6.3-5
                          libgphoto2             2.5.30-1             2.5.30-2
                  libsysprof-capture             3.46.0-3             3.46.0-4
                             sysprof             3.46.0-3             3.46.0-4
                            valgrind             3.19.0-6             3.19.0-7

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:arrow_right: 2023-02-06

If the kernels need to be rebuilt, why don’t they show up in the package diffs?

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build progress can been followed here: manjaro-kernels · GitHub

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most of the kernels are now built

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Variety and probably others won’t start due to cairo complaining about undefined symbol.

The workaround for now is a downgrade of cairo to 1.17.6-2.

It is marked as fixed here as mentioned here, but doesn’t seem to be the case for variety.

Edit: this is a bit confusing, python-cairo is orphaned?

Linux62 missing of vfio_virqfd module.

mkinitcpio error:

ERROR: module not found: `vfio_virqfd'



I’m using Linux6.1 and PCI Passthrough work very well.
Only installing the 6.2 i get the error.

Not mentioned afaik, but this:
search for: vfio
says: not yet availabel?

:information_source: Switch to the base-devel meta package requires manual intervention

2023-02-12 - Robin Candau

On February 2nd, the base-devel package group has been replaced by a meta package of the same name.
If you installed the base-devel package group prior to this date, explicitly re-install it to get the new base-devel package installed on the system:

pacman -Syu base-devel


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