This is a fairly large update that Includes the following:
KDE Applications 15.04.1
Current supported kernels:
This update-pack also includes all regular Archlinux upstream fixes as of May 17, 2015.
Manual intervention will be required.
kcm-about-distro has been depreciated you’ll need to remove this prior to running the update:
sudo pacman -R kcm-about-distro
Also Octopi can not handle some of the package conflicts.
You will need to perform this from the command line:
sudo pacman -Syyu
Be sure to press Y (yes) at all the prompt’s.
A reboot is also required due to the kernel updates.
(If xorg hangs during reboot a ctrl+alt+backspace should resolve the issue and reboot will resume)
Many of the PulseAudio modules that now have additional dependencies were split into
separate packages. I would suggest reviewing the pulseaudio-* packages for anything you may need.
bumblebee, but after reinstall and uninstall and reinstall again, now have and error in the monitor, does not recognize the monitor, and not start, only have the terminal, but in display and monitor dont have option to change resolution, only 640x480.
What I meant is if your update was pulling from a mirror or mirrors that were out of sync, then you might not have gotten all of the packages needed during the update. pacman would still say it was successful because it did download and install what was available. I hope that made sense to you.
Yes, understand recommend leaving on the list of mirrors only those who are synchronized.
look my edit on the last post! after configs of bumblebee and 2 optirun, first with error and second successfully, i can set resolution in nvidia-setting, but after restart nothing changes… but now i have the correct resolution options in displays and monitor!
I had to do a fresh install one of my systems to learn how to use the new Manjaro-tools package. Anyway, after doing the initial update I too noticed the dolphin issue under KDE SC 4, I fixed it by deleting all the hidden folders in my home directory and copying /etc/skel back again. I’m not 100% sure what caused the issue, perhaps it has something to do with the update from baloo4 (4.14.3-2) to baloo (5.9.0-3), I think it might just be a configuration issue between the old baloo4 files and the new baloo version. I can’t test this theory since the issue is no longer present on my KDE SC 4 installation.
Maybe someone else can try downgrading baloo back to ballo4 to be sure for me.
OK, right clicked and add new entry, closed and reopened and it’s fixed again, do it again and it seems to mess up, but then yoiu close and reopen and the entry’s you made are still there along with everything else.
I’m begining to think this is the old not refreshing changes issue rearing it’s ugly head again, only this time in dolphin instead of just when changing Icon sets.