[update] 2014-07-31

Manjaro 0.8.10 Update pack 5 now online.

  • KDE updated to 4.13.3

All current supported kernels received updates:

  • Linux38
  • Linux310 3.10.50
  • Linux311
  • Linux312 3.12.25
  • Linux313
  • Linux314 3.14.14
  • Linux314 3.15.7

As always this update should be without issues.

To update just open Octopi and select system upgrade from the File menu, or you can use the folloing command in Yakuake or Konsole: sudo pacman -Syu

A system restart may be required after this update/upgrade. Remember to always take note of any pacnew, pacsave or pacoriginal file warnings during the update process, then compare and merge any differences that may be required prior to restarting your systems.


The official Manjaro forum post announcement:

Hi AJSlye, so do the kernels automatically get upgraded or do we have to install them through the mhwd command?

Many thanks.

During regular system updates, the installed kernels will get updated within their series only (3.14.13 -> 3.14.14, etc.), Manjaro allows you to have more than one kernel installed at a time.

as you already know the tool for managing kernels in Manjaro is called mhwd-kernel,:

There is now also a GUI Kernel tool in the Manjaro settings manager:

as well as options under Notifications in the MSM for kernels as well: