[Testing Update] 2020-06-03 - Software-Center, Arc Themes, Linux 5.7, Firefox 77, Systemd 245.6

I know, I found out in an earlier stable update. But the question for me is why is qt5ct in the ISO and installed and the environmental variables are not set ... :man_shrugging:

I noticed that the following problem appeared with the 5.7 kernel:

  • a new network connection is automatically created and a notification POPs up that you can't connect to the Internet.
    You have to manually delete this network connection every time you turn on the system.

And of course-there is still a problem with Viber (AUR), it is impossible to call and answer the call after the latest updates - this is a really big problem.

System: Manjaro KDE 20.0.2 + kernel 5.7 + Nvidia GTX1050Ti + Intel Core i7 9700F

77.0.1 was already pushed: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/77.0.1/releasenotes/


When is the 5.8 kernel going to come out?

August :man_shrugging:

i had this, too - strangely it is gone now since this update?
workaround for me was to let the new connection (enp10s0) be and create a new one that is limited to the old connection (eth0) and disable automatic connection for that one.

Normal, often Manjaro points them to the latest kernel after a few bug fix releases

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So XOrg is being updated. One has to be careful in of case using old NVIDIA drivers, which are related/connected to XOrg...

trying the testing update now..


  Device-1: NVIDIA GT215 [GeForce GT 240] driver: nvidia v: 340.108 
  bus ID: 08:00.0 
  Display: x11 server: X.Org 1.20.8 driver: nvidia 
  resolution: 1920x1080~60Hz 
  OpenGL: renderer: GeForce GT 240/PCIe/SSE2 v: 3.3.0 NVIDIA 340.108 
  direct render: Yes 

Looks like X.Org is still 1.20.
Warn us when it jumps to 1.21. :slightly_smiling_face:

@philm Some PyQt apps don't work with Qt 5.15 yet, including TortoiseHg.
The initial report of that bug isn't quite right. Antonio Rojas later commented

... no trace of qscintilla in the backtrace ...
The crash is in PyQt, please report upstream to riverbank.

Hope Qt 5.15 doesn't go to stable until that's fixed.

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compiz-manjaro has not been rebuilt against the new version of protobuf which results in ccsm not working and compiz ignoring the settings previously made there

Did you manually 5.10? When I check my Wine version it's still 5.9 and I did both the 05032020 and 05072020 testing updates.

I took the version Wine 5.10 from the Arch Linux repository:


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Excuse me. This is a problem with wine-staging 5.10, regardless of the kernel version. I was too hasty.

@freggel.doe: Seems there is a huge discussion going on regarding this problem. Can you check if some of your services have this After=network-online.target in them?


Yup, I'm having an automount in my /etc/fstab with the x-systemd.requires=network-online.target option set like described in the second issue you mentioned.

Why do you have that? By upstream this is claimed to be utterly wrong. How was this added?

Added manually, intend was to autmount an nfs share after the network was available.
Will have to see what's the proper way to do this.

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