[Stable Update] 2020-05-31 - Kernels, Toolchain, KDE Apps, Gnome, Cinnamon, Deepin

I get the following warning:

warning: dependency cycle detected:
warning: bashrc-manjaro will be installed before its bash dependency
warning: dependency cycle detected:
warning: harfbuzz will be installed before its freetype2 dependency
warning: dependency cycle detected:
warning: lib32-harfbuzz will be installed before its lib32-freetype2 dependency

Thanks for any pointers.

These are just warnings stating the obvious about installation order of packages to update/install, you should have seen something like this already (judging from your forum account age).
You can ignore them as long as your update finishes successfully.

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Well, it's not a big deal, but I use KDE and Firefox and GTK_USE_PORTAL=1 stopped working (file selection dialog went back to gnome style). But maybe it's problem on Mozilla side.

Thanks but I've seen this before; catfish - zeitgeist, had to remove zeitgeist. That's why I thought I better ask first... :grinning:

I think you're misremembering: catfish/zeitgeist were in conflict and could not be installed at the same time.
These are just warnings about installation order - no package conflicts.

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Updating Grub-Bootmenu
/usr/bin/grub-probe: error: failed to get canonical path of `/dev/ata-WDC_WD5000AAKS-00UU3A0_WD-WCAYU3844359-part2'.
Error while configuring
Error: command failed to execute correctly

Got this error when upgrading from "pamac", but everything is fine...

Hi,
now guayadeque depends from jsoncpp to work.

jsoncpp must be added to necessary dependencies required by guayadeque to work

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Update on 12 Systems and 1 VM without Problems.

DK3

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Hello.. it's been a month they reverted the GTK_USE_PORTAL=1 thing :sweat_smile: because of that issue https://gitlab.manjaro.org/profiles-and-settings/manjaro-kde-settings/-/issues/19

edit /etc/xdg/plasma-workspace/env/envars.sh

That's an AUR package. You can let the maintainer know on the AUR page.

upgrading xf86-input-libinput...
upgrading xf86-input-synaptics...
>>> xf86-input-synaptics driver is on maintenance mode and
    xf86-input-libinput driver must be prefered over.

What does this mean? I thought xf86-input-synaptics is already outdated.

Did not went very smoothly on my side. I reported a bug that I got with Pamac here.

just remove that lock file if you really quit pamac/pacman in the middle of the "thing"
probably, one lock file more than necessary is a sign of caution. do your updates with patience, if you can, wait until bugs are caught in this thread..
cheers!

a cache of packages is kept for good reason. for fine tuning, perhaps you can use something like '# paccache -k1' to keep only one version of backup for packages installed.. that is from community/pacman-contrib but not sure that works with manjaro anymore (sorry)! cheers!

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There's an option in the GUI for the number of versions of packages to keep. I only remove the package cache after I copied them to my HDD.
You have a very nice day sir!

Somehow the update removed my locale, but I easily re-added it in Manjaro Settings Manager. I had to redo mkinitcpio by reinstalling linux56 and all its modules, and it's all good now.

No issues on my machine running kde. I was honestly amazed given that almost 500 packages got updated for me. Way to go Manjaro Team!!!!

In manjaro cinnamon, I have a problem with pamac tray. After I install a program or update, the pamac tray icon freezes and is not responding any more.

Pamac is now simply hanging on "preparation" every time I try to install a package.
Not usable any more. Bad update for me...

Updated on Lenovo T420s, Gnome, Linux 5.6. All went well and everything is working. I had to restore some of Gnome's settings but it seems to me like the DE is working faster after the update.

Awesome work Manjaro Team!

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