With this we updated Cinnamon, Gambas, Mozilla apps, java and virtualbox. From our side we worked on thus, which is now a beta software, pamac and octopi, plus manjaroiso.
With this update we also release new install medias everybody can test.
Current supported kernels:
- Linux34 3.4.67 – our default kernel series for Manjaro 0.8.7
- Linux38 22.214.171.124 – stable extended support kernel maintained by Canonical
- Linux310 3.10.17 – it gets better with each update …
- Linux311 3.11.6 – current stable release by Linus. AMD users should check out the new power support
- updated toolchain
- firefox 24.0.1
- thunderbird 24.0.1
- gambas 3.5.0
- virtualbox 4.3.0
- cinnamon 2.0.6
- java 7.u45_2.4.3
Changes in Detail:
- community i686: 299 new and 283 removed package(s)
- community x86_64: 298 new and 282 removed package(s)
- core i686: 45 new and 45 removed package(s)
- core x86_64: 45 new and 45 removed package(s)
- extra i686: 370 new and 364 removed package(s)
- extra x86_64: 370 new and 364 removed package(s)
- multilib x86_64: 15 new and 15 removed package(s)
Update your system as usual with pamac, octopi or pacman:
sudo pacman -Syu
Notice: You might have to wait until your mirror has synced.
Please check: http://repo.manjaro.org
Talk about this Update:
You can talk about this update-pack in our forum.
This update seems to break Gnome on i686. More info see here: Arch-Bugtracker: #37528
To solve this issue for now you have to downgrade some packages and add them to your pacman ignore list in your /etc/pacman.conf.
We are working on a solution.
sudo pacman -U http://seblu.net/a/arm/2013/09/11/extra/os/i686/pulseaudio-4.0-2-i686.pkg.tar.xz http://seblu.net/a/arm/2013/09/11/extra/os/i686/libpulse-4.0-2-i686.pkg.tar.xz http://seblu.net/a/arm/2013/09/11/extra/os/i686/libgnomekbd-3.6.0-1-i686.pkg.tar.xz
Tip: KDE 4.11 includes a reworked OpenGL 2 compositor. OpenGL 3.1 got introduced. By default OpenGL 2 with the fallback to OpenGL 1 is used. If the hardware doesn’t support OpenGL 3.1 it automatically falls back to OpenGL 2 or OpenGL 1. When running kwin_gles KDE defaults to OpenGL ES 3.0 if present otherwise OpenGL ES 2.0 is used. Catalyst Legacy seems to have issues with this change. Here is a workaround to get it working:
#!/bin/bash export $(dbus-launch) export KWIN_DIRECT_GL=1 export KWIN_COMPOSE=O2 kwin --replace &
Save it as a script and place it into your ~/.config/autostart dir. It is also possible to disable compositing till upstream fixes the bug.