Some might already noticed that Archlinux moved on to the xorg-server 1.16 series. Manjaro on the other hand will hold back and keep xorg115 a little longer. We noticed some bad regressions with the new xorg version, so to be stable we use our own xorg-stack from now on. We might merge back with Arch when we think it is stable enough to use again.
Beside this decision we updated our kernels once more and fixed samba for security reasons. The coding language gambas3 got another great point-release. With Libreoffice-fresh you can install the latest LibreOffice 4.3.0 to your Manjaro box. We still recommend to keep the current version instead. Cinnamon got updated to 2.2.14, which fixes some issues we had. KDE Framework got pushed to 5.1 which offers more stability and functionality.
Other than that, we have regular upstream updates and rebuilds by Archlinux.
Please report any issues you may find.
If you have issues with Rob McCathies (korrode) signature, try this:
sudo pacman-key -r 5C0102A6 sudo pacman-key --lsign-key 5C0102A6
If you have issues with Joshuas Strots (dcell) signature, try this:
sudo pacman-key -r CB6CDD17 sudo pacman-key --lsign-key CB6CDD17
Current supported kernels
- Linux38 18.104.22.168
- Linux310 3.10.51
- Linux311 22.214.171.124
- Linux312 3.12.26
- Linux313 126.96.36.199
- Linux314 3.14.15
- Linux314 3.15.8
- community i686: 317 new and 304 removed package(s)
- community x86_64: 314 new and 302 removed package(s)
- core i686: 28 new and 28 removed package(s)
- core x86_64: 28 new and 28 removed package(s)
- extra i686: 316 new and 314 removed package(s)
- extra x86_64: 316 new and 314 removed package(s)
- multilib x86_64: 19 new and 19 removed package(s)
- Talk about this update-pack in our forum
- Fixing libgl linkage
- Fixing font issues in java applications
- Fix issues with MariaDB
- Get KDE working again after MariaDB update