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Title: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Kirek on 11. March 2016, 04:03:31
We are happy to announce our twelfth update of Manjaro 15.12 (Capella)!

This is a big update and includes an important OpenSSL update (including many packages which depend on it), kernels updated, GTK2, cryptsetup as well as the latest version of Mozilla Firefox, Chromium and Wine.

Upstream updates from Arch Linux are now from: Thu Mar 10 05:23:01 CET 2016.

Even if there's no announcement it's always good to check for updated packages. As usual, thanks go to those using our testing branch to help us get updates to our stable branch more smoothly. Please consider helping the testing process: the more testers there are, the more chance of finding and preventing issues!

For package update notifications on a daily basis please take a look at our package mailing list:

https://lists.manjaro.org/pipermail/manjaro-packages/

Kind regards,
The Manjaro Development Team



Current supported kernels


Package changes
https://lists.manjaro.org/pipermail/manjaro-packages/Week-of-Mon-20160307/006341.html
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: boletus on 11. March 2016, 09:16:21
No problems for me, smooth update.
Cheers
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: wordler on 11. March 2016, 09:25:03
Very smooth update. 89 packages, running well, and upgrade to newer kernel. Everything seems great! Many thanks Manjaro Team  ;D
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: fassil on 11. March 2016, 09:45:01
'LLo,

All fine except on manjaro E19 release (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=31716.msg262194#msg262194) with last openssl package, econnman stop working with above message from CLI:
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Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/econnman-bin", line 18, in <module>
    import efl.evas as evas
ImportError: /usr/lib/libemile.so.1: undefined symbol: SSLv3_server_method

During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred:

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/bin/econnman-bin", line 45, in <module>
    import elementary as elm
ImportError: No module named 'elementary'
So..?
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: xlillo on 11. March 2016, 10:49:04
All OK.
Fixed bug of libvirtd, thanks!  ;)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: phx on 11. March 2016, 11:03:50
I got this error:
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error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: virtualbox-guest-utils: installing virtualbox-guest-dkms (5.0.14-4) breaks dependency 'virtualbox-guest-modules'
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: fdc1b on 11. March 2016, 11:22:19
All fine. Only a message:

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warning: directory permissions differ on /var/lib/syslog-ng/
filesystem: 700  package: 755

Good work!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: mikronimo on 11. March 2016, 11:39:53
All fine. Only a message:

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warning: directory permissions differ on /var/lib/syslog-ng/
filesystem: 700  package: 755

Good work!

It happens even in some update in my system; i don't know what it means, but i never had a problem...
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: KabirGandhiok on 11. March 2016, 11:43:13
All works smooth! Cheers Manjaro team :-) Thanks!!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: deemde on 11. March 2016, 11:53:44
It happens even in some update in my system; i don't know what it means, but i never had a problem...
You have more restrictive access permissions, than the package would set. AFAIK: If everything works, this is perfectly fine.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: eugen-b on 11. March 2016, 12:25:43
All fine. Only a message:

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warning: directory permissions differ on /var/lib/syslog-ng/
filesystem: 700  package: 755

Good work!
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sudo chmod 755 /var/lib/syslog-ng/
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: lucien on 11. March 2016, 12:36:45
Hi, I get this error after the update (and obviously during the update itself) on xfce edition when at the end of the update it's supposed to output "Descriptions" (french locale) :
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tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified
I had two manjaro xfce installed so I tried successfully to reproduce the error.

1-try reinstalling a package with pamac before update (just to see if the error outputs at the end) -> no tput error
2-updating -> tput error
3-try reinstalling -> tput error

I saw topics about solving this error but still it appears it's related to the last update*.


*and from what I read from a 2010 topic, it may also be related to xfce/gtk2:
Quote from: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/no-value-for-%24term-variable-808168/#post3970988
If xfce is built against gtk+ 2.18, this bug surfaces. A patch is already in the Terminal git tree, and I notified Pat. I suppose that on May 6 the bug surfaced when xfce was recompiled. But this patch needs to be applied and Terminal recompiled. Too bad I took so long at getting around to this. I knew about this problem for a few weeks when I built xfce 4.6.1 on another distro.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: neil1969 on 11. March 2016, 13:14:12
Hi, I get this error after the update (and obviously during the update itself) on xfce edition when at the end of the update it's supposed to output "Descriptions" (french locale) :
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tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified
I had two manjaro xfce installed so I tried successfully to reproduce the error.

1-try reinstalling a package with pamac before update (just to see if the error outputs at the end) -> no tput error
2-updating -> tput error
3-try reinstalling -> tput error

I saw topics about solving this error but still it appears it's related to the last update*.


*and from what I read from a 2010 topic, it may also be related to xfce/gtk2:

I have the same issue.  Everything appears to install and work.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: samson on 11. March 2016, 13:25:49
114 packages... seems like everything went smooth!
Thanks.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: CyberWolf2k14 on 11. March 2016, 13:50:46
Another fine and smooth update. Congrats devs! 8)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: pulgoki on 11. March 2016, 14:52:59
I'm happy to say that with this update, my disappearing mouse cursor issue seems to be resolved.  ;)   Thanks! 
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: kainonergon on 11. March 2016, 14:58:04
OK, no issues with this update. Thanks!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: johnvan54 on 11. March 2016, 15:37:55
All appears fine on my machine.  :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Alley Cat on 11. March 2016, 16:50:47
No problems here.  Just switched to the 4.4 kernel as well and everything's good so far.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: kmartin on 11. March 2016, 17:30:29
Smooth update on desktop (59 packages),  BUT laptop says everything is up to date. Virtually identical installs.  ???
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Kernel: 4.1.18-2-MANJARO x86_64 (64 bit gcc: 5.3.0) Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 (Gtk 2.24.28)
           Distro: ManjaroLinux 15.12 Capella
Machine:   System: Dell (portable) product: Latitude E6410 v: 0001
Same DSL connection.
Did:
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sudo pacman-mirrors -g
and:
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sudo pacman -Syu

I am confused...

edit:
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sudo pacman -Syy fixed it. ^-^
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: dachshund on 11. March 2016, 17:39:58
I use the Synapse launcher with my Manjaro Openbox edition. After today's update, Synapse is no longer launching PDF files. It is still able to locate them by name, but after pressing Enter nothing happens. I am still able to launch applications, open folders, and launch files with other extensions. As my PDF reader, I use the AUR Evince2-light package. I was wondering if anyone else is experiencing the same issue, or could point me to a workaround. Thank you very much!!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: cars10 on 11. March 2016, 18:09:25
I run into problems with ruby, cause by the openssl update.
Ruby was not working completely, so i did this:
http://stackoverflow.com/a/15219553

Ruby worked again and i could work with rails. But if i try to connect with any service that requires ssl i get this:
SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server certificate B: certificate verify failed

any fixes?
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: mikronimo on 11. March 2016, 18:17:49
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sudo chmod 755 /var/lib/syslog-ng/

Ok, thanks, but can you explain the issue and what changes applying the command?
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: eugen-b on 11. March 2016, 18:22:38
Ok, thanks, but can you explain the issue and what changes applying the command?
I don't know, it seems a general tendency that newer packages have 755 permission. I did it many times, never had any problems. If you get problems, you can revert the command by sudo chmod 700 ...
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: ruziel on 11. March 2016, 19:30:04
100% on my machine.

Big thanks all.

Ruziel  ;)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: mgundogdu on 11. March 2016, 19:34:53
Very smooth update again. Thank you!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: oberon on 11. March 2016, 21:17:46
can you explain what changes applying the command?
http://linuxcommand.org/lts0070.php :)
The numbers stand for permissions
700 = rwx------ (the file or directory can be read, modified and executed but only by the owner)
755 = rwxr-xr-x (can be read and executed by anyone, but only the owner can write to it)
That means as a normal user you will not even be allowed to open a folder with permissions 700.
I have never seen 700 in any PKGBUILD in my (brief) linux life, yet. So I guess it's quite rare and as @eugen-b assumes maybe a bit old-school...? ;)
Of course in theory it may make sense sometimes that a programm may only be run by root...
In your case the warning says that the permission in the package that is being updated are different from the permissions of it's existing files or folders on your system. That might happen when an older version of that package had the permissions set differently than the update. Or it's also possible that you or someone or a process on your machine has changed permissions on them for whatever reason :o ;) at some point.
In any case it shouldn't be a big deal or a problem and the command that eugen-b gave you is what I would do, too ... :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: folky on 11. March 2016, 21:26:24
Had the same issues as with the update before. Same solution, downgrade to linux 4.4.3 and linux 4.4.3 headers and all is good.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: sashage on 11. March 2016, 21:30:22
No major issues here. Another smooth update in general.

But: videos in VLC do not scale with the window size: i.e. when I put VLC to full screen, the video stays the original smaller size. Scaling worked before the update. Downgrade to previous version of VLC did not resolve the issue. Still not sure what the problem is.

No problems with mpv and smplayer.

Does anyone have any ideas?

uname -a

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Linux Perseus 4.4.5-1-MANJARO #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Mar 10 20:58:34 UTC 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux

inxi -G

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Graphics:  Card-1: Intel 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller
           Card-2: NVIDIA GF108M [GeForce GT 540M]
           Display Server: X.Org 1.17.4 driver: intel Resolution: 1366x768@60.06hz
           GLX Renderer: Mesa DRI Intel Sandybridge Mobile GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 11.1.2

Best,
Sash

Update:
Downgrading libvdpau-va-gl from 0.3.6-1 to 0.3.4-1 did solve the problem for now.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Finh on 11. March 2016, 22:11:58
Having problems here... "error: key "8DB9F8C18DF53602" could not be looked up remotely". I'm KDE 15.12, this is my first upgrade (installed immediately prior to update). I'm hoping someone can point ,me in the right direction to resolving this issue as it's obviously preventing the upgrade from installing. Many thanks for any help you can offer :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: eugen-b on 11. March 2016, 22:29:54
Having problems here... "error: key "8DB9F8C18DF53602" could not be looked up remotely". I'm KDE 15.12, this is my first upgrade (installed immediately prior to update). I'm hoping someone can point ,me in the right direction to resolving this issue as it's obviously preventing the upgrade from installing. Many thanks for any help you can offer :)
Try reinstalling the packages archlinux-keyring and manjaro-keyring.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Finh on 11. March 2016, 22:42:05
Worked wonderfully, many thanks for the help :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Chazy Chaz on 11. March 2016, 23:53:24
I have a problem since the update but not sure if it has something to do with it. When I connect a usb device (hdd or stick) I get a read-only error when trying to copy files...

Already reported in the cinnamon forum https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=32027.0
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: neil1969 on 12. March 2016, 00:05:47
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tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified
Was showing up on details of package installs in using pacman pamac gui on xfce.  I tracked this down to the pacli upgrade.  I downgraded to pacli 0.7-1 and the message went away.  Solved for now, but I was wondering if this is a bug, and how I would go about properly reporting it.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Sothis6881 on 12. March 2016, 00:19:07
Very smooth update. 89 packages, running well, and upgrade to newer kernel. Everything seems great! Many thanks Manjaro Team  ;D

Same here  :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: memorylost on 12. March 2016, 00:24:00
But: videos in VLC do not scale with the window size: i.e. when I put VLC to full screen, the video stays the original smaller size. Scaling worked before the update. Downgrade to previous version of VLC did not resolve the issue. Still not sure what the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas?


Try:
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sudo /usr/lib/vlc/vlc-cache-gen -f /usr/lib/vlc/plugins/
If not then fully close vlc, do a backup of your /home/username/.config/vlc folder, delete the folder and start vlc, you'll have to redo your settings again.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: AJSlye on 12. March 2016, 01:07:11
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tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified
Was showing up on details of package installs in using pacman pamac gui on xfce.  I tracked this down to the pacli upgrade.  I downgraded to pacli 0.7-1 and the message went away.  Solved for now, but I was wondering if this is a bug, and how I would go about properly reporting it.

Having the same issue on LXQT using octopi.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: iKreate on 12. March 2016, 01:55:26
"tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified"

same msg at the end of the update as some have reported. although things seem to me moving along well for now.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: southpaw on 12. March 2016, 02:13:08
Smooth update. Moved to 4.4.5 and no issues so far. Thank you Team Manjaro!!!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: fredhoud on 12. March 2016, 02:34:19
I'm not quite sure what's going on lately with the recent two updates. After the previous update on my main desktop (please see my profile), I was no longer was able to start my computer with the kernel 4.4. What's happening is the program tries to load, and then it goes to a different screen that says “welcome to grub”, and then back to the advance section, and it keeps going to the same loop. Therefore I was able to start with Kernel 4.1. After the update today I was no longer able to start with kernel 4.4, or 4.1. But luckily I was able to start with kernel 4.2. Ironically my work desktop which has the identical hardware (video graphic card is Nvidia GK106 GEFORCE GTX 645), started fine with kernel 4.4. Also Any feedback is appreciated.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: southpaw on 12. March 2016, 03:23:24
I have started experiencing random system freeze and screen flickering issues after moving to 4.4.5. A roll back to 4.1.19 seems to have resolved the issue.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: kb41 on 12. March 2016, 04:43:04
Working good on my laptops and desktop.  ^-^ ;D
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: varikonniemi on 12. March 2016, 10:38:17
Quote
uname -r
4.5.0-1-MANJARO
Why is the kernel not tagged RC?
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: joshuadunamis on 12. March 2016, 11:07:47
Smooth update at all!!!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: hitman2 on 12. March 2016, 11:15:00
i can´t install kernel 4.4.5-1

i have this

A instalar novo kernel.

erro: falhou ao iniciar transação (não foi possível bloquear a base de dados)
erro: incapaz de bloquear a base de dados: File exists
  caso tenha a certeza de que o gestor de pacotes não está
  em execução, pode remover /var/lib/pacman/db.lck

-> O processo falhou!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: eugen-b on 12. March 2016, 11:16:38
Why don't you read the error mesaage, @hitman2?
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: DK3 on 12. March 2016, 11:24:11
Update on 11 Machines without Problems.

Thx


DK3
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Nergal on 12. March 2016, 11:37:26
The usual, smooth update on two systems.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: aguador on 12. March 2016, 12:36:58
Everything OK on three machines, except a minor glitch with Tomboy notes.

The two machines I updated yesterday gave the following warnings after when updating sg3_utils and Tomboy:

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[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM] upgraded sg3_utils (1.41-1 -> 1.42-1)
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET]
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] (gconftool-2:13902): GConf-WARNING **: Client failed to connect to the D-BUS daemon:
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] Unable to autolaunch a dbus-daemon without a $DISPLAY for X11
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM] upgraded tomboy (1.14.1-2 -> 1.15.4-1)
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET]
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] (gconftool-2:13914): GConf-WARNING **: Client failed to connect to the D-BUS daemon:
[2016-03-11 08:09] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] Unable to autolaunch a dbus-daemon without a $DISPLAY for X11

While the update on the third machine today did not produce the warning, after rebooting all three machines, Tomboy, which had been set to launch at startup, started in search mode despite still having /usr/local/applications/tomboy.desktop set to:

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EXEC=tomboy
from the default:

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EXEC=tomboy --search
The update did not change the .desktop file, yet the program launched in search mode. Uninstalling Tomboy and reinstalling and re-editing the .desktop file solved the problem.

However, I still do not understand what was going on with the error/warning messages.

On another topic, I see that Manjaro Settings Manager now notifies of new kernels. However, I had to turn the notification off on one machine as the netbook kernel is still 3.14.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: hitman2 on 12. March 2016, 12:49:05
Why don't you read the error mesaage, @hitman2?

Installing new kernel.
error: failed to start transaction (could not lock the database)
error: unable to lock the database: File exists if you are sure that the package manager is not running, you can remove /var/lib/pacman/db.lck
-> The process failed!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: blade on 12. March 2016, 12:52:09
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tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified
Having the same issue on LXQT using octopi.
I reported this but meanwhile I found fix: https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=32018.0
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: blade on 12. March 2016, 13:03:58
Installing new kernel.
error: failed to start transaction (could not lock the database)
error: unable to lock the database: File exists if you are sure that the package manager is not running, you can remove /var/lib/pacman/db.lck
-> The process failed!
Do this:
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sudo rm /var/lib/pacman/db.lck or just restart your PC.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: hitman2 on 12. March 2016, 13:23:29
Do this:
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sudo rm /var/lib/pacman/db.lck or just restart your PC.

thanks now is instaled but i have one more problem.
how can i change from one kernel to another?
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: blade on 12. March 2016, 13:32:01
thanks now is instaled but i have one more problem.
how can i change from one kernel to another?
If you have multiple kernels installed you can make a choice in grub menu. Just go to advanced options and select what kernel you want to use.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: hitman2 on 12. March 2016, 13:39:19
If you have multiple kernels installed you can make a choice in grub menu. Just go to advanced options and select what kernel you want to use.

when I get to this menu my keyboard is off and I can not choose the kernel
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: gadgetboi on 12. March 2016, 13:43:09
114 packages... seems like everything went smooth!
Thanks.

have you ever experience sudden dissapear of windows decoration on your KDE?  :-\
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: gadgetboi on 12. March 2016, 13:45:50
Smooth for my XFCE-base laptop but not so in KDE :-[ ... this newest update (somehow) trigger my KDE old bug: sudden dissapear of window decoration. Need to get log off and on to make it right since "killall plasma" routine never works anymore
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: gadgetboi on 12. March 2016, 14:03:09
Smooth for my XFCE-base laptop but not so in KDE :-[ ... this newest update (somehow) trigger my KDE old bug: sudden dissapear of window decoration. Need to get log off and on to make it right since "killall plasma" routine never works anymore

just notice now. KGET need to be reinstalled since after update, it won't work. hope others won't have to be like KGET
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Foxwater on 12. March 2016, 14:08:53
Smooth update both KDE & Xfce.  Updated Kernel on both machines without issue.  Thank you
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: salome on 12. March 2016, 14:35:08
Smooth update as usual, thank you!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: beardedragon on 12. March 2016, 14:50:03
Stable updates went well, no issues, Thanks Team.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Jon on 12. March 2016, 16:54:58
I run into problems with ruby, cause by the openssl update.
Ruby was not working completely, so i did this:
http://stackoverflow.com/a/15219553

Ruby worked again and i could work with rails. But if i try to connect with any service that requires ssl i get this:
SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server certificate B: certificate verify failed

any fixes?

Ran into the same issue. That SO answer is outdated, you shouldn't need to do any of that for OpenSSL support now. You need to fully remove RVM to fix this, reinstalling with rvm reinstall will not work. So you should just run rvm implode then reinstall RVM and Ruby.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: memorylost on 12. March 2016, 22:04:43
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tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specifiedI reported this but meanwhile I found fix: https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=32018.0

For anyone having that problem, what does
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echo $TERM output?

Also manjaro-base-skel package got updated recentely with new .bash_profile and .bashrc, create another admin user with manjaro settings manager.
Logon with that user and try the tests again.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: blade on 12. March 2016, 23:03:33
For anyone having that problem, what does
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echo $TERM output?

Also manjaro-base-skel package got updated recentely with new .bash_profile and .bashrc, create another admin user with manjaro settings manager.
Logon with that user and try the tests again.
Output of
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echo $TERM is
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xtermI create new user, install pacli package again and try to install some package to see if the problem is fixed. Result is the same error so only workaround for now is to remove pacli. I never need this interactive interface for pacman and I don^t experience any problem if I remove it.
I just checked why this happend and found that pacli create two folders in /etc/pacman.d/ (hooks and hooks.bin) with two files (pacli-description.hook and pacli-description.sh).
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: oliver11 on 13. March 2016, 02:02:15
I can confirm this issue:
Mouse pointer is invisible over gnome-shell overview and top bar
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1316010 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1316010)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: CyberWolf2k14 on 13. March 2016, 02:56:55
I can confirm this issue:
Mouse pointer is invisible over gnome-shell overview and top bar
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1316010 (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1316010)
From Bugzilla, it looks like the attempts to fix are happening in Fedora GNOME 23, so maybe these fixes
will appear upstream sometime after that, then will arrive for those of us on the user end of it all.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: mbb on 13. March 2016, 11:07:47
Hi!

3 machines were updated: 2 desktops with kde4 (one x64 and another i686, both using kde5 apps, except for plasma) and a laptop with i3 (i686).
The i686 desktop wasn't updated for a very long time (more than 400 packages were updated) and failed to boot with a "no init system found" error. The solution was to boot from a live media CD (v0.8.12 was used), chroot into the system and rebuild the initramfs image.
All went smooth on the other two machines.

Keep up the good work ;)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Arcano on 13. March 2016, 13:38:19
Hi

Congrats to Manjaro Team!!!!

I've found a graphical bug in XFCE using pamac (gui)

Its only happen when it's refreshing repos db and I click on "details": freezes on "updating multilib".
If I don't open details don't freezes and finish the refreshing correctly.

I add the screenshot.
(http://i.imgur.com/n0Yyop5.jpg)


Hope my comment to be useful.

Sorry for my terrible English!

Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Adr1an on 13. March 2016, 16:21:04
So far here no issues, and a free, new kernel up and running. Again, many thanks.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: curtvaughan on 13. March 2016, 21:56:29
Since updating this morning, I have fairly consistently experienced mouse freezes on my laptop while using the Chromium browser (have not tested enough on Firefox browser to notice yet). Here's my configuration:

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System:    Host: manjaro-linux Kernel: 4.4.5-1-MANJARO x86_64 (64 bit gcc: 5.3.0)
           Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 (Gtk 2.24.28)
           Distro: ManjaroLinux 15.12 Capella
Machine:   System: Dell product: Inspiron 3531 v: A01
           Mobo: Dell model: 0NJFRV v: A00 Bios: Dell v: A01 date: 05/06/2014
CPU:       Quad core Intel Pentium N3530 (-MCP-) cache: 1024 KB
           flags: (lm nx sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3 vmx) bmips: 17314
           clock speeds: max: 2582 MHz 1: 938 MHz 2: 1483 MHz 3: 706 MHz
           4: 977 MHz
Graphics:  Card: Intel Atom Processor Z36xxx/Z37xxx Series Graphics & Display
           bus-ID: 00:02.0
           Display Server: X.Org 1.17.4 driver: intel
           Resolution: 1366x768@60.04hz
           GLX Renderer: Mesa DRI Intel Bay Trail
           GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 11.1.2 Direct Rendering: Yes
Audio:     Card Intel Atom Processor Z36xxx/Z37xxx Series High Definition Audio Controller
           driver: snd_hda_intel bus-ID: 00:1b.0
           Sound: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture v: k4.4.5-1-MANJARO
Network:   Card: Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 Wireless Network Adapter
           driver: ath9k bus-ID: 02:00.0
           IF: wlp2s0 state: up
Drives:    HDD Total Size: 500.1GB (2.3% used)
           ID-1: /dev/sda model: ST500LT012 size: 500.1GB
Partition: ID-1: / size: 106G used: 6.9G (7%) fs: ext4 dev: /dev/sda7
           ID-2: swap-1 size: 4.17GB used: 0.00GB (0%) fs: swap dev: /dev/sda5
Sensors:   System Temperatures: cpu: 48.0C mobo: N/A
           Fan Speeds (in rpm): cpu: N/A
Info:      Processes: 151 Uptime: 1 min Memory: 319.3/3843.5MB
           Init: systemd Gcc sys: 5.3.0
           Client: Shell (bash 4.3.421) inxi: 2.2.35

Is this perhaps a known issue? Is there any way, short of a brute force reboot, to recover the mouse once frozen? Thanks for any help / suggestions.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: iKreate on 14. March 2016, 01:04:07
Hi

Congrats to Manjaro Team!!!!

I've found a graphical bug in XFCE using pamac (gui)

Its only happen when it's refreshing repos db and I click on "details": freezes on "updating multilib".
If I don't open details don't freezes and finish the refreshing correctly.

I add the screenshot.
(http://i.imgur.com/n0Yyop5.jpg)


Hope my comment to be useful.

Sorry for my terrible English!

i can confirm this to be true for me as well.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: omnimoon on 14. March 2016, 01:34:48
Perfect update, no issues at all. Thank you team!!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: oberon on 14. March 2016, 02:07:48
i can confirm this to be true for me as well.
Thank you @Arcano and @iKreate! I have just opened an issue (https://github.com/manjaro/pamac/issues/108) at pamac's github about that.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Richard on 14. March 2016, 02:55:58
"It was a dark and stormy night," ... well, sort of.  :)
Last night, I downloaded and installed manjaro-xfce-15.12-i686 onto my desktop
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System:    Host: h61h2-manj Kernel: 4.1.19-1-MANJARO i686 (32 bit gcc: 5.3.0)
           Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 (Gtk 2.24.28) Distro: ManjaroLinux 15.12 Capella
Machine:   Mobo: ECS model: H61H2-CM v: 1.0 Bios: American Megatrends v: 4.6.4 date: 10/21/2011
CPU:       Dual core Intel Pentium G620 (-MCP-) cache: 3072 KB
           flags: (lm nx pae sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3 vmx) bmips: 10381
           clock speeds: max: 2600 MHz 1: 1637 MHz 2: 1731 MHz
           . . .
Info:      Processes: 153 Uptime: 4:15 Memory: 1331.9/1958.1MB Init: systemd Gcc sys: 5.3.0
           Client: Shell (xfce4-terminal) inxi: 2.2.35
Started the update from Update Manager which indicated about 780 updates
It ran all night and was almost finished this morning, except, it found an error and refused to continue?
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error: failed to commit transaction (unexpected error)
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.
  :P  Probably tired.

So, back to the wiki, the forum and the console.
Probably should have started here, but I've been away from Manjaro a while:
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sudo pacman -Syuu
sudo pacman-mirrors -g
sudo pacman -Syuu
sudo pacman -Sy archlinux-keyring manjaro-keyring
error: required key missing from keyring
error: failed to commit transaction (unexpected error)
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.
sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
sudo pacman -Sy archlinux-keyring manjaro-keyring
sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
keyserver hkp://ipv4.pool.sks-keyservers.net:11371
sudo keyserver hkp://ipv4.pool.sks-keyservers.net:11371
pacman-key --populate archlinux
sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux
sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
su
sudo pacman-mirrors -g
sudo su
somewhere along in here, I started the update again from the Update-Manager and it ran to completion.
Added the 4.1.* kernel which performs well on this desktop machine.
Continued setup: DoubleCommander, Slimjet & the Great-Suspender, Dropbox, axel, fsarchiver, wmctrl, etc.

Really nice job on 15.12.  8)  I like the Classic look. Implies stability, durability, polish. Works for Mint. :)
Congratulations to the developers, packagers, testers, and users.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Quetzal on 14. March 2016, 07:48:39
All is fine on my XFCE desktop. I have tried the experimental 4.5rc7 without any issue.
Good job as usual Manjaro team !  :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Arcano on 14. March 2016, 12:51:17
Thank you @Arcano and @iKreate! I have just opened an issue (https://github.com/manjaro/pamac/issues/108) at pamac's github about that.

Thank You @oberon !!!!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: thor_20 on 15. March 2016, 15:31:33
Hi,
I did an update of the mirrors, still noting to do...
Any thoughs?
Thanks
Melissa
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: Ham Radio on 15. March 2016, 18:02:58
Hi,
I did an update of the mirrors, still noting to do...
Any thoughs?
Thanks
Melissa

Try This

sudo pacman-mirrors -g
sudo pacman -Syy
sudo pacman -Syu
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: thor_20 on 15. March 2016, 19:09:39
Thanks Ham Radio :)
Edit - still nothing, but, the curious cat in me checked the versions page (https://www.archlinux.org/packages/) of Arch...everything seems up to datre, I cannot remember when I did that...
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: oberon on 15. March 2016, 21:22:32
I've found a graphical bug in XFCE using pamac (gui)

Its only happen when it's refreshing repos db and I click on "details": freezes on "updating multilib".
The fix just arrived in unstable. Should be fine with pamac 3.2.1 :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: zzz on 17. March 2016, 01:46:20
Update from kernel 4.1.18-2 worked. BUT, could not downgrade catalyst driver to version 15.200-0.1 as was able to do from kernel 4.1.16-1 to k4.1.18-2.

Get the error "Failed to start virtual console" when the kernel is loading.

Have restored to image for kernel 4.1.18-2
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: iKreate on 17. March 2016, 04:49:27
The fix just arrived in unstable. Should be fine with pamac 3.2.1 :)

thats awesome news! thanks
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: iKreate on 17. March 2016, 04:54:13
Update from kernel 4.1.18-2 worked. BUT, could not downgrade catalyst driver to version 15.200-0.1 as was able to do from kernel 4.1.16-1 to k4.1.18-2.

Get the error "Failed to start virtual console" when the kernel is loading.

Have restored to image for kernel 4.1.18-2

glad to hear the kernel upgrade when smooth without any fatal errors.. but how come you feel the need to downgrade the catalyst drivers?
i am currently using 15.201.1151 with the 4.4.5-1 kernel and it seems to be holding up fine.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: zzz on 17. March 2016, 11:59:54
glad to hear the kernel upgrade when smooth without any fatal errors.. but how come you feel the need to downgrade the catalyst drivers?
i am currently using 15.201.1151 with the 4.4.5-1 kernel and it seems to be holding up fine.

See here (https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=30671.msg253180#msg253180).

AMD A-Series GPU has better performance, stability, and runs cooler with the old 15.200-0.1 driver. Same is true for older machine with dedicated AMD Radeon 6450 HD Graphics card.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine
Post by: kouros17 on 21. March 2016, 11:05:35
The fix just arrived in unstable. Should be fine with pamac 3.2.1 :)

I'm on testing branch, I have already pamac 3.2.1 but unfortunately, the problem still remain to me. :(