Monthly Archive: November 2012

You might suffer from a faulty grub.cfg

During developing Manjaro 0.8.3 we found a bug in our grub.cfg generation. It was added during the Manjaro 0.8.2 development cycle. This bug is fixed in git. To fix it in your installation follow this forum post. We are sorry for any troubles by this issue. kind regards Philip Müller Mirrors Manager, Packager, Developer, Web […]

Manjaro 0.8.3pre1 has been released!

We have been listening to the feedback provided by our community. As such, the release of Manjaro 0.8.3pre1 – a preview of the upcoming 0.8.3 release currently still under development – encompasses a number of significant changes. One of the more immediately noticeable differences is that the installation files for both the 32 and 64-bit […]

French Forum available !

Thanks to the good work of ewolnux, Gerinald and Esclapion the French community can use the brand new forum available at www.manjaro.fr/forum !

mycraft.eu down for maintenance

For some of you there might be a problem with your mirror. You might get some messages like those: [phil@manjaro manjaroiso]$ sudo pacman -Syu :: Synchronizing package databases… error: failed retrieving file 'basis-testing.db' from mirrors.mycraft.eu : couldn't connect to host basis-testing is up to date error: failed retrieving file 'platform-testing.db' from mirrors.mycraft.eu : couldn't connect […]

Huge update in our testing repositories

Todays merge of Manjaro-Testing from our Manjaro-Unstable repositories will bring followed changes: Catalyst-Legacy driver got dropped Xorg-Server got updated to 1.13.0 Mesa got updated to 9.0.1 KDE got updated to 4.9.3 Gnome got updated to 3.6.2 Cinnamon got updated to 1.6.7 So everybody using the catalyst-legacy driver should use mhwd to install supported opensource-drivers before […]

Manjaro: A Different Kind of Beast!

  Although Manjaro is Arch-based and Arch compatible, it is not Arch. As such, far from being just an an easy-to-install or pre-configured version of Arch, Manjaro is actually a very different kind of beast.   In fact, the differences between Manjaro and Arch are far greater than the differences between the popular Ubuntu distribution […]

Manjaro 0.8.2 LXDE Edition released

The culmination of substantial refinements and exciting new developments, Manjaro 0.8.2 is the most polished, feature-rich, and accessible release yet. A lot of people asked me for a LXDE edition. Here it is. It has the same look and functionality as our XFCE edition. With this release you get a better EFI-support thru rEFInd, includes […]

Unstable Repositories

  The unstable repositories are online and first tests have been done. Please help us testing these repositories and post bugs, so we can merge these unstable repos as soon as possible with the testing repositories. Changes Xorg-Server got updated to 1.13 Catalyst-legacy got dropped – don’t support newer xorg-server Catalyst got updated to 12.11 […]

Some issues with python2-packages and AUR

Archlinux renamed some python2-packages to have the python2-prefix. This might create issues using some AUR-packages on Manjaro Linux. We have still an older snapshot of Archlinux packages in our Repositories. The AUR-Maintainers have to be insync with Archlinux. They don’t wait for a third-party like us. On an Archlinux system you might see some like […]

Manjaro 0.8.2 has been released!

The culmination of substantial refinements and exciting new developments, Manjaro 0.8.2 is the most polished, feature-rich, and accessible release yet. Just a few of the new features provided includes support for Steam gaming, automatic desktop notifications for new system updates, and – developed exclusively for Manjaro – a user-friendly graphical interface to easily manage and […]