When upstream tags a new release, it will be updated.
@philm @oberon Kernel 6.1.4 build failed.
needs to be dropped or updated
Calamares needs an update to use boost-libs 1.81.0
There is the current release-version
zfs 2.1.9 that is not in the unstable branch yet.
See the change between zfs 2.1.7 and 2.1.9.
I can’t create a new post in the topic because it doesn’t have the button “Reply”. This is why I posted here.
post moved, weird that you couldn’t reply
systemd-kernel-maintenance received an upstream update: systemd-kernel-maintenance
2 posts were split to a new topic: MPV 1:0.35.1-2 have an issue with yt-dlp 2023.03.04-1
linux63 Linux 6.3-rc2 is not available until now on Manjaro.
mkinitcpio got some updates…
Yes, I’m aware. 35.1 is currently in Arch Testing.
systemd 253 was released 6 weeks ago on 2023-02-15.
We are staying with the 252 series for the moment. There were many issues when 253 was first released.
I am running 253 stolen from Archlinux repo since 12.03. 2023
– no problems (afaik).
253.1-3 is the latest verison in the Arch stable repo. Are you running that version?
I understand/support that attitude for
stable branch - but how bad are those issues (which ones?) that we still don’t dare it on
We were waiting for 253.2 as there were still issues reported with 253.1. Turns out 253.2 has just been tagged, so we’ll see.
YES - Version 253.1-3
Now testing: 253.2-1 from Arch stable
EDIT: NO ERRORS! - success
It is already in the unstable branch.
$ systemctl --version systemd 253 (253.2-1-manjaro)
Indeed. It was in Manjaro unstable before it was in Arch stable.
@GaVenga Before fiddling around with Arch packages, make sure you’re up to date on Manjaro first.