I just did an upgrade today from what appears to be a rogue mirror. I am not sure how it became my primary, but it seems to have upgraded packages locally to a higher version than is in the repos.
I did fix my mirrors, but not my problem, using:
sudo pacman-mirrors --fasttrack 5 && sudo pacman -Syyu
I want to note that I did review several posts regarding
gnome-terminal not working after update, including this one and this one, and neither fixed the problem: the locale issue was not the problem.
The error I get when starting either
gnome-terminal is this:
error while loading shared libraries: libicuuc.so.68: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Here are my current versions of apps involved (using reference from prior post):
pacman -Qi gnome-terminal remmina icu lib32-icu | grep Version
Version : 3.38.1-4
Version : 1:1.4.13-1
Version : 69.1-1
Version : 69.1-1
(Obviously, I had to install a different terminal app to get that info.).
I did try to downgrade
icu, but to no avail.
sudo downgrade libicuuc
unable to downgrade libicuuc
Any solutions out there?
The package is called simply
icu. But according to branch compare,
gnome-terminal should be on version 3.40.0-1. Please check https://repo.manjaro.org/ to see if the mirrors you’re using are up-to-date.
Thanks. I think the
gnome-terminal issue is that I am actually using
gnome-terminal-fedora, but it shows up as
gnome-terminal in the terminal for some reason. So the fact that
gnome-terminal-fedora is a few iterations back is probably the issue I am having with terminal.
remmina, though, the link you provided states that the correct version for
reminna should be
1:1.4.13-1, which is what I have installed and appears to also conflict with
icu-69, wanting instead
Does anyone have
remmina working with the latest version of
I reverted back to an image I had from a few days ago and upgraded my mirrors … then did a dry run of an update with
sudo pacman -Syyu. I confirmed that it is trying to update to
icu-69.1-1-x86_64. So I’ll wait to hear back before performing that update.
I just did a full update.
remmina starts without issue - no errors or anything relating to icu
but I have no way to test it
Thanks @Nachlese and @pobrn. I actually have another computer with Manjaro installed that I kept updated (and had better mirrors to start), and I’m having the same exact problem. I tried replacing
gnome-terminal, and it too won’t launch.
I also confirmed that on this computer, it is not the locale issue, as I fixed that a few minutes ago. I will try rebooting, but right now no other gnome-like terminals work either (tried: pantheon and byobu). So far only qterminal works. Launching
gnome-terminal yields the same error
gnome-terminal: error while loading shared libraries: libicuuc.so.68: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory. Same goes for
@Nachlese, would you mind posting the versions you have of
Hoping someone out there has an idea of what is happening here and can help fix it.
[2021-04-29T06:14:00+0000] [ALPM] upgraded icu (68.2-1 -> 69.1-1)
[2021-04-29T05:55:15+0000] [ALPM] installed remmina (1:1.4.13-1)
core/icu 69.1-1 [installed]
community/remmina 1:1.4.13-1 [installed]
I don’t have gnome-terminal at all - this here is Xfce
If you don’t have a working terminal app you can always go to TTY
or install another terminal like rxvt, xterm, … whatever
as a backup
Most are lightweight and the dependencies are already there anyways.
Thanks for that @Nachlese. I have
qterminal working for now. Same versions of
remmina as you.
gnome able to post their updated versions of these apps and confirm
gnome-terminal are working?
all the dependencies where already there - so I just installed it
[2021-04-29T15:09:31+0000] [ALPM] installed gnome-terminal (3.40.0-1)
extra/gnome-terminal 3.40.0-1 (gnome) [installed]
… still not running Gnome
(not even touching it with a 10 feet pole anymore although I was a fan, years ago …)
Ok, DON’T do this:
I would not call this “solved,” but I have temporary relief by downgrading both
raptor – the latter due to conflicts if I tried solely the former.
icu 68.2 1 x86_64 (local)
raptor 2.0.15 15 x86_64 (local)
It leads to an unbootable system. Had to drop to shell and update those two.
Still hoping someone using
gnome and recently upgraded can confirm/deny this issue on their machine.
Same here - Remmina and Gnome Terminal (-Fedora) not working. I tried Xfce-Terminal, but it has the same problem. I can live with xterm for now, but I absolutely need Remmina…
I’m running gnome, and I have the same problem with gnome-terminal-fedora.
From XTerm I tried to run gnome and obtained a message saying libcuuc.so.68 does not exist.
@JohnnyG Do you have
remmina installed and/or can you check to see if it works?
I just rebuilt
gnome-terminal-fedora, see if that helps.
Just updated my system to pull those in: that fixed it! Both
I’m going to reboot once before closing this out, but thank you @Yochanan!!!
@TheRoark I don’t use remmina but the last update seems to have brought the gnome-terminal back to life! Problem solved?
Thanks for reporting back @JohnnyG. Yes, I marked this solved - the update from @Yochanan fixed it for me too.
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