Manjaro 15.09 update-pack 2:
In this update:
Current supported kernels:
Linux42 4.2.3 (not recommended for catalyst)
Linux43 4.3-rc4 (not recommended for general usage)
This update also includes the usual Archlinux upstream fixes as of Thurs. Oct. 7, 2015
You can use Muon Updater, Octopi, or the CLI (command line) to perform this update:
sudo pacman -Syu
Official Manjaro announcement: https://manjaro.github.io/Update-2015-10-08_(stable)/
Official Manjaro forum thread: https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=27098.0
Don’t know if it just me? Says 128 packages to update.
Then been 4-5 mins. and still saying
Been 6-7mins now still just sitting there with rotating icon.
This on Clean install of 10-2015 Iso Netrunner.
Grayed out and couldn’t quit. Had to kill in Ksysguard
Update: Rebooted and now when I run Muon update it tells me that the software is up to date.
Confusion and sparking going on in my head right now.
As Octopi shows the 128 updates available. And wondering why Netrunner is using Muon if it doesn’t work properly?
Update using Octopi or pacman for now.
Muon was working properly when we decided to add it to the ISO, somewhere along the line it began to break.
Upstream is looking into the current issues with Muon.
Upgraded a two-day-old install from the terminal without a hitch. System is running fairly well, but have some minor problems along with some questions. I’ll put them in another thread.
Yes, I too updated both my Manjaro KDE edition, and Netrunner Rolling 2015.09 installations using muon without any issue.
However, since some users are reporting issues with both muon updater and muon discover, I have to recommend using one of the other methods for installing applications, and performing system updates, until these issues can be resolved.
Note: If your not having any issues with muon than by all means continue using it.