unstable branch update with some usual package updates for you.
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Extensions that target older GNOME versions will not work in GNOME 45.
It is recommended to remove all third-party extensions before updating, then install the compatible versions after updating and rebooting.
All Most extensions in the Manjaro repos are already updated.
Should we keep Geary as the default mail client on the GNOME full ISO, replace it or include no email client at all? The GNOME minimal ISO currently does not ship with one.
No email client
Something else (please comment)
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Restarting gnome-shell using Alt+F2 and entering R, causes a crash
FS#79884 : [gnome-shell] Restarting gnome-shell using Alt+F2 and entering R, causes a crash
GTile: No news yet. (
When are we gonna switch
Its still the recommended one in our repos, but is considered deprecated everywhere else.
PS. No problems on KDE
manjaro-pipewire depends on
No problems on KDE
I know … I’m asking if there are any plans to change that.
I replace it manually.
Yes, I’m aware. I’ll change it later to make sure the right package is installed during the ISO build.
EDIT: I just removed the
wireplumber is already pulled in by
Does this also will apply to KDE install ISOs ?
Not yet since KDE still
ships with PulseAudio.
But kwin depends on pipewire-session-manager…
pipewire-session-manager, so if you already have
wireplumber installed, the dependency is met.
Yes. But if system produced from iso installation have
pipewire-media-session installed by default then installing
manjaro-pipewire package will result in using deprecated
pipewire-media-session instead of
No ISO has been updated yet except for the daily development GNOME ISO.
If you dont mind my other fiddlings, you can get an updated KDE with pipewire/wireplumber here:
This is relatively new and may change over time.
But … I leveraged Github CI and manjaro-tools to whip up a few ISOs.
Somewhat vanilla, and slightly opinionated, they both come in versions of:
Manjaro-Stable + LTS-Kernel + Full
Manjaro-Unstable + Latest-Kernel + Minimal
Some of the majaor differences from official Manjaro Editions include:
Removal of msm-notifier, pamac-tray, plymouth, yakuake
Minor cosmetic additions to Plasma
zram, systemd-resolved, tlp are…
For the three people who are brave enough to attempt to use ZFS:
ZFS extramodules; i.e.,
linuxXX-zfs, have been dropped from the repos. There have been recent difficulties building them and no one on the Manjaro Team uses ZFS.
zfs-dkms instead. You will to need to manually remove the old 2.1.13 extramodule package(s) first to install the new 2.2.0 packages; i.e., with
sudo pacman -R linux61-zfs && sudo pacman -Syu zfs-dkms
species One of Three responding …
sudo zpool export <pool>
sudo pacman -R --noconfirm linux61-zfs && sudo pacman -Syu --noconfirm zfs-dkms
==> ERROR: Failed to load preset: '/etc/mkinitcpio.d/linux.preset'
error: command failed to execute correctly
(4/4) Updating the info directory file...
sudo zpool import -d /dev/disk/by-id <pool>
sudo zpool status <pool>
all went fine but zfs-dkms takes a long time to finish so i am not that happy.
linuxXX-zfs is not in linux66 but is still in all the older one’s 54-65
Probably nothing as your system still boots but I’d check that rather sooner than later…