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Title: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: philm on 07. April 2016, 06:52:16
We are happy to announce our fifteenth update of Manjaro 15.12 (Capella)!

With this we updated some of our kernels, jdk7, haskell, network manager, wine
nvidia driver to 361.42, fixed some issues in LibreOffice and renewed some
OpenRC packages. MHWD got also some few updates.

Archlinux upstream fixes are now from: Tue Apr 5 06:11:40 CEST 2016.

It is always good to check for updated packages, even we don't notify you
about them. As usual people using our testing branch will help us to get snaps
over to our stable branch almost smoothly. For notifications on daily bases
please take a look at our mailing list:

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

Kind regards,
Philip Müller and the Manjaro Development Team

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:: Current supported kernels

 - Linux310 3.10.101
 - Linux312 3.12.57
 - Linux313 3.13.11.37
 - Linux314 3.14.65
 - Linux316 3.16.7.26
 - Linux318 3.18.29
 - Linux319 3.19.8.17
 - Linux41  4.1.20
 - Linux42  4.2.8.6
 - Linux43  4.3.6 EOL
 - Linux44  4.4.6
 - Linux45  4.5
 - Linux46  4.6-rc2

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:: Package changes

 - stable community i686:  162 new and 154 removed package(s)
 - stable community x86_64:  158 new and 150 removed package(s)
 - stable core i686:  18 new and 16 removed package(s)
 - stable core x86_64:  18 new and 16 removed package(s)
 - stable extra i686:  160 new and 142 removed package(s)
 - stable extra x86_64:  160 new and 142 removed package(s)
 - stable multilib x86_64:  17 new and 16 removed package(s)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Strit on 07. April 2016, 08:42:35
Is the nvidia 361 tested enough?

I think I'm gonna wait abit to update it, just to see other responses to it. :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Tonino99 on 07. April 2016, 10:35:18
Hi, I had to reinstall the video-hybrid-intel-nvidia-bumblebee graphic driver, remove compiz, and  to get back to xfwm4 to get my xfce desktop back.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Tonino99 on 07. April 2016, 10:45:01
Reinstalling compiz made the trick
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: fdc1b on 07. April 2016, 12:25:02
All fine except the 8192cu driver for a USB dongle.

To clarify the situation: the standard rtl8192cu driver is bugged (slow, change the MAC address at every reboot, etc...) so I replaced it with the 8192cu-dkms from AUR. Its prefect and no problem till the last update when, simply, the system is no longer able to see it (it work, BAD, with the standard rtl8192cu driver so, its not broken and it was working perfectly just before the upgrade).

Now, I tried to remove the driver, to reinstall it, to activate it with dkms
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sudo dkms install -m 8192cu -v v4.0.2_9000 -k 4.5.0-2-MANJARO
apparently all is fine
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Creating symlink /var/lib/dkms/8192cu/v4.0.2_9000/source ->                                                                                                   
                 /usr/src/8192cu-v4.0.2_9000                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                               
DKMS: add completed.                                                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                                               
Kernel preparation unnecessary for this kernel.  Skipping...                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                               
Building module:                                                                                                                                               
cleaning build area....
make KERNELRELEASE=4.5.0-2-MANJARO CROSS_COMPILE= -C /usr/lib/modules/4.5.0-2-MANJARO/build M=/var/lib/dkms/8192cu/v4.0.2_9000/build modules..................
cleaning build area....
Kernel cleanup unnecessary for this kernel.  Skipping...

DKMS: build completed.

8192cu.ko:
Running module version sanity check.
 - Original module
   - No original module exists within this kernel
 - Installation
   - Installing to /usr/lib/modules/4.5.0-2-MANJARO/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/

depmod....

DKMS: install completed.

but it doesn't work.

I tried also to downgrade the networkmanager-openrc, but nothing change.

The lsusb command see the usb dongles, are 2: one working (the one I'm using to connect) and the Realtek too (the not working).

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Bus 002 Device 006: ID 148f:3072 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT3072 Wireless Adapter
Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0bda:8191 Realtek Semiconductor Corp.

Somebody have any ideas about what I can to to reactivate the 8192cu dongle? Please, don't tell me to use the standard driver: are unusable :)

Thanks'
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: fdc1b on 07. April 2016, 12:29:59
Just to add another info. the dkms status generate this message:

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sudo dkms status
[sudo] password for francesco:
8192cu, v4.0.2_9000, 4.5.0-2-MANJARO, x86_64: installedError! Could not locate dkms.conf file.
File:  does not exist.

its really strange cause the dkms.conf file exist and the dkms command is executed correctly.  ???

Thanks' for the help
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: kb41 on 07. April 2016, 12:32:45
Good update i did my desktop but I haven't gotten to my two laptops yet. I don't forsee any problems though. Another good update
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ruziel on 07. April 2016, 12:49:07
100% perfect update.

Thanks all!

R  ;)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: wordler on 07. April 2016, 13:15:26
Smooth update, thanks Manjaro Team  :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: saayuj98 on 07. April 2016, 14:17:41
Thank you Manjaro Team for providing latest Nvidia 361 drivers. They are working well with GeForce 820M, the update went smooth. No issues faced. ;D
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: kainonergon on 07. April 2016, 14:38:20
The update went without problems. Thanks.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: g33zr on 07. April 2016, 15:09:49
Thank you Manjaro team for another smooth update!  :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: edo on 07. April 2016, 16:26:04
No problem with this update.
Thanks guys.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: elman on 07. April 2016, 19:45:33
Hi,

I had problem that I had set my screen resolution to 1920x1200, but sometimes when I restarted my computer, resolution was reset to 1024x768. I experienced this problem before - see https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=29821.msg248013#msg248013. That time it only occurred from time to time, but after this update it happened on every reboot. Maybe new nVidia drivers or xorg-xinit update.

I did some poking around and noticed several X config files on my system:
/etc/X11/xorg.conf
/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf
/etc/X11/mhwd.d/nvidia.conf

So I deleted all of them, rebooted, then returned the one I made myself (/etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-monitor.conf) and after couple of restarts everything looks fine.

EDIT: Well it looks like I was quick to draw judgement. My config works fine, however only in login screen. As soon as I log in, it looks like some application will re-detect all screens, make my HDMI TV primary screen an my monitor secondary with resolution 1024x768. This log portion seems related:
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apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Applying config
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Calculating config ID for KScreen::Config(0x149e130)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Part of the Id:  "6c59a928b084949c775064b72726a18e"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Part of the Id:  "5322dff2f699f3e132e1d6dc722cab80"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Config ID: "ecf3f42f227635c4f8b8ec347680814b"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Calculating config ID for KScreen::Config(0x149e130)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Part of the Id:  "6c59a928b084949c775064b72726a18e"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Part of the Id:  "5322dff2f699f3e132e1d6dc722cab80"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Config ID: "ecf3f42f227635c4f8b8ec347680814b"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Applying known config "ecf3f42f227635c4f8b8ec347680814b"
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Finding a mode for QSize(1920, 1200) @ 59.9502
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Found:  "448"   QSize(1920, 1200) @ 59.9502
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Finding a mode for QSize(1920, 1080) @ 60
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded:         Found:  "458"   QSize(1920, 1080) @ 60
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen: canBeApplied: Current config not available, returning false
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Applying ideal config
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: "DVI-I-0"  Disabled
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: "DP-0"  Disabled
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: "DP-1"  Disabled
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: "DVI-D-0"  Disabled
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Connected outputs:  2
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Extend to Right
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Extending to the right
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: fallbackIfNeeded()
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen: canBeApplied: Current config not available, returning false
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Common sizes:  QSet(QSize(1024, 768), QSize(1280, 1024), QSize(800, 600), QSize(640, 480))
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Biggest Size:  QSize(1280, 1024)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen: canBeApplied: Current config not available, returning false
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: Config cannot be applied
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kdeinit5[1139]: kscreen.kded: doApplyConfig()
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: XRandR::setConfig
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: Requested screen size is QSize(1280, 1024)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: Needed CRTCs:  2
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: Actions to perform:
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Primary Output: true
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:                 Old: 446
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:                 New: 447
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Change Screen Size: true
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:                 Old: QSize(3840, 1200)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:                 Intermediate: QSize(3840, 1200)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:                 New: QSize(1280, 1024)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Disable outputs: false
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Change outputs: true
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:                  (447, 456)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Enable outputs: false
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: RRSetCrtcConfig (change output)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Output: 447 ( "DVI-I-1" )
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         CRTC: 442
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Pos: QPoint(0,0)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Mode: "451" ( QSize(1280, 1024) )
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Rotation: 1
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Result:  0
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: XRandROutput 447 update
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         m_connected: 0
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         m_crtc XRandRCrtc(0x6af370)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         CRTC: 442
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         MODE: 451
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Connection: 0
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Primary: true
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: RRSetCrtcConfig (change output)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Output: 456 ( "HDMI-0" )
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         CRTC: 443
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Pos: QPoint(0,0)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Mode: "451" ( QSize(1280, 1024) )
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Rotation: 1
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Result:  0
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: XRandROutput 456 update
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         m_connected: 0
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         m_crtc XRandRCrtc(0x6b76e0)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         CRTC: 443
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         MODE: 451
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Connection: 0
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Primary: false
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: RRSetOutputPrimary
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         New primary: 447
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: RRSetScreenSize
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         DPI: 92.0846
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         Size: QSize(1280, 1024)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr:         SizeMM: QSize(353, 282)
apr 07 20:51:39 elman-pc kscreen_backend_launcher[1163]: kscreen.xrandr: XRandR::setConfig done!

Do you have any idea what could cause this re-detection?

EDIT2: I have found this issue discussed at http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/150513/how-do-i-stop-kde-from-changing-my-screen-resolution and https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=346961. So I did 3 things:
1. Placed correct config at /etc/X11/mhwd.d/nvidia.conf and symlinked to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/90-mhwd.conf
2. Removed all configs from ~/.local/share/kscreen/
3. Disabled KScreen 2 service

So far 5 reboots and everything looks fine. Hope it stays this way.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: nilssn on 07. April 2016, 20:12:12
Looks good on Plasma 5
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: CyberWolf2k14 on 07. April 2016, 20:57:29
Another flawless update. And NO issues with the nVidia driver update either.
Kudos to the devs once again.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Bankman on 07. April 2016, 21:26:34
Smooth update as every time.
Thanks to the team!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: screwtape on 07. April 2016, 21:28:17
No problems. Nvidia works perfect. Thanks for your great work.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Cedrik_K on 07. April 2016, 22:26:03
Works better now as before.
Thanks for the update!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: joshuadunamis on 08. April 2016, 00:29:01
Everything is OK!!! Another smooth update!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: daogiahieu on 08. April 2016, 03:18:34
Thank manjaro team, another great update with my computer :)
Everything is smooth
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Sothis6881 on 08. April 2016, 04:35:10
Seems like another smooth update so far, including the Nvidia driver update.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: auwally on 08. April 2016, 05:33:47
Some drama with latest update. Any text entry spot (browser textbox, computer text entry box, word processing page) is filled with an infinite series of the number 5. It's happening non stop. Any ideas - thanks
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ottomops on 08. April 2016, 09:18:13
Owncloud-client issues from previous update are fixed with new version of qtkeychain (0.6.1-1). Current version of owncloud-client is working now.

Everything smooth here, thanks.
Title: SOLVED[Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: fdc1b on 08. April 2016, 09:18:33
All fine except the 8192cu driver for a USB dongle.

To clarify the situation: the standard rtl8192cu driver is bugged (slow, change the MAC address at every reboot, etc...) so I replaced it with the 8192cu-dkms from AUR. Its prefect and no problem till the last update when, simply, the system is no longer able to see it (it work, BAD, with the standard rtl8192cu driver so, its not broken and it was working perfectly just before the upgrade).

-------------------------------

SOLVED the problem with 8192cu-dkms driver: as reported in the AUR archive, its a networkmanager bug. Downgrade to the 1.0.10-2 NM version and reinstalling the 8192cu driver, resolve the problem.

Anyway, its really very strange that after more than a year nobody remove the UNUSABLE standard rtl8192cu driver and replace it with the 8192cu-dkms that work perfectly.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: perpf on 08. April 2016, 10:19:03
Null problemo on KDE.

One thing: for some reason the compositor was turned of after the update. Maybe check your settings before looking into xorg.conf, upgrading your kernel, etc. Just a trick I had to learn the hard way this morning.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Daark on 08. April 2016, 17:04:31
Update of networkmanager to 1.0.12-1 version breaks my connection and makes it invisible although card is present in lsusb (RTL8188EUS 802.11n Wireless Network Adapter). I have to stick to 1.0.10-2 version but don't know how tu hide this problem update from update manager applet.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: fdc1b on 08. April 2016, 20:10:02
Update of networkmanager to 1.0.12-1 version breaks my connection and makes it invisible although card is present in lsusb (RTL8188EUS 802.11n Wireless Network Adapter). I have to stick to 1.0.10-2 version but don't know how tu hide this problem update from update manager applet.

Daark, the command to "remove" temporary, the update message from pacman is:

edit the /etc/pacman.conf file, I use the command:
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sudo nano /etc/pacman.conf   
replace the line
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# IgnorePkg   =   
with
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IgnorePkg   = networkmanager   
Save (CTRL-o), quit from the editor and... all is fine :) but... probably you are not using pacman?

Don't forget to remove the update when the patched networkmanager version will be ol.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: lightbeam on 09. April 2016, 10:35:21
Just thought I'd post quickly that since the last two updates, I've been experiencing kernel panics on starts and restarts.  Sometimes it takes more than two tries to boot successfully.  If there's a log that I can post, tell me and I'd be happy to post it here.  Thanks!
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: hillz on 09. April 2016, 12:37:03
networkmanager-1.0.12-1 has an issue here, it doesn't show wifi networks, I had to downgrade to networkmanager-1.0.10-2
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Foxwater on 09. April 2016, 13:32:48
Nice smooth update both Xfce & KDE.  Thank you
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Adr1an on 09. April 2016, 14:43:59
As always very smooth :)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: DK3 on 09. April 2016, 14:55:19
Update on 12 Machines without Problems.

Thx.


DK3
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: viking60 on 09. April 2016, 15:29:08
Almost everything works perfect on mu box now but with this update the sound for the headphones went (xfce).

The speakers work just fine but the headphones are mute without any indication of it in pavucontrol.

I have tried to play around with:
/usr/share/pulseaudio/alsa-mixer/paths/
According to
http://askubuntu.com/questions/132440/headphone-jack-not-working
But that had no effect.

I have read the wiki and I use Steam and I cannot find anything about it.
Here is my hardware:

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inxi -A
Audio:     Card Intel 82801JI (ICH10 Family) HD Audio Controller driver: snd_hda_intel
           Sound: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture v: k4.4.6-1-MANJARO

This is no biggie but it happened with this update - before that I could plug my headphones and speakers back and forth - and they both worked.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: arcorreia on 09. April 2016, 23:46:23
Everything went smoothly apart from liferea that now won't run and freezes with the following message:

/usr/lib/liferea/plugins/media-player.py:10: PyGIWarning: Gst was imported without specifying a version first. Use gi.require_version('Gst', '1.0') before import to ensure that the right version gets loaded.
  from gi.repository import Gst
openjdk version "1.8.0_77"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_77-b03)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.77-b03, mixed mode)

I think it is something related to gstreamer plugins incompability with this version.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: thor_20 on 10. April 2016, 12:17:52
Thank you team.
Every update is a strain as I had a fatal one once, but every time, my confidence grows. Slowly learning that life's okay*...
Lov ya, gang...
Melissa
=^.^=
* "Take on me", by a-ha
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Charles LaHaine on 10. April 2016, 19:05:38
Everything went smooth on this update, but I must know why these annoying error messages are appearing at the beginning of each boot with kernels 4.3+ (currently 4.4.6):

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[   21.350546] r8169 0000:02:00.0 enp2s0: rtl_counters_cond == 1 (loop: 1000, delay: 10).
[   23.539902] r8169 0000:02:00.0 enp2s0: rtl_counters_cond == 1 (loop: 1000, delay: 10).
[   24.120112] r8169 0000:02:00.0 enp2s0: rtl_counters_cond == 1 (loop: 1000, delay: 10).

UPDATE: It seems I found the reason (https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=107421).
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: enrico_zh on 10. April 2016, 22:03:34
The system freezes now and then (using Firefox), don't know why.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: kyoshininja on 11. April 2016, 04:06:30
After performing the update, the usb devices are not working as they have been before.  Specifically, the keyboard (wired) and mouse (USB wireless) exhibit a significant delay in responding to input initially, as if they go to sleep for a few seconds to nearly a 20 second period.   After which continuous input appears to revive them, but sometimes in the middle of the mouse activity, the mouse just becomes unresponsive for typically 5-10 seconds.

Similarly, the keyboard will drop the first few characters of input, and (as is happening now), pauses in the typing input will result in a loss of response for a few seconds, and the characters typed during this period are lost.  For example, in typing "Similarly"  I would only get "ilar" by the time I realize that "Sim" never showed up. I'm wondering if there is an IRQ conflict, but don't know why this should result from an update.



Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Rob on 11. April 2016, 05:52:56
After performing the update, the usb devices are not working as they have been before.  Specifically, the keyboard (wired) and mouse (USB wireless) exhibit a significant delay in responding to input initially, as if they go to sleep for a few seconds to nearly a 20 second period.   After which continuous input appears to revive them, but sometimes in the middle of the mouse activity, the mouse just becomes unresponsive for typically 5-10 seconds.

Similarly, the keyboard will drop the first few characters of input, and (as is happening now), pauses in the typing input will result in a loss of response for a few seconds, and the characters typed during this period are lost.  For example, in typing "Similarly"  I would only get "ilar" by the time I realize that "Sim" never showed up. I'm wondering if there is an IRQ conflict, but don't know why this should result from an update.

Try a different series of kernel.
You can add more kernels through the Manjaro Settings Manager.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: varikonniemi on 11. April 2016, 11:33:26
The system freezes now and then (using Firefox), don't know why.
My firefox freezes with regular interval. Not hard freezes, but gets progressively worse to the point of opening a link takes 10s with one core maxxed out. Restarting firefox fixes it for the next 10 hours. Probably some bug due to flash or some other misbehaving crap.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: gohlip on 11. April 2016, 14:19:48
Re: Firefox freezes.
At firefox preferences --> Advanced --> Cached Web Content --> "Clear Now" && "Override Web Content" (use 1 GB or more)
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: varikonniemi on 11. April 2016, 15:00:17
Override automatic cache management has max one gig as the option.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: enrico_zh on 11. April 2016, 21:09:31
Re: Firefox freezes.
At firefox preferences --> Advanced --> Cached Web Content --> "Clear Now" && "Override Web Content" (use 1 GB or more)

I did that but the problem still exists.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: gohlip on 12. April 2016, 03:32:47
I did that but the problem still exists.
Okay, may not be a firefox problem then..
May be other things, graphics drivers not correct, flash-plugin .... etc or just lack of ram memory
If there are some web sites you visit, say you-tube or lots of pop-ups that causes freezes, that may be a hint, but hard to identify without these.


But good luck.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: kyoshininja on 12. April 2016, 03:34:25
Try a different series of kernel.
You can add more kernels through the Manjaro Settings Manager.

Thank you very much.  Your suggestion helped.  Specifically, moving from kernel 4.46-1 to kernel 4.5-2 addressed both the keyboard as well as the USB wireless mouse instability.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: iKreate on 12. April 2016, 07:05:46
update went smooth. but im having issues with pamac add/remove software, it freezes everytime i do a search for a package. is there a log of it we can take a look at ?

and to further add, pamac is also closing on its own after an installation of a package.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: enrico_zh on 12. April 2016, 15:19:49
Okay, may not be a firefox problem then..
May be other things, graphics drivers not correct, flash-plugin .... etc or just lack of ram memory
If there are some web sites you visit, say you-tube or lots of pop-ups that causes freezes, that may be a hint, but hard to identify without these.

I think 8GB of ram memory shoud be enough. I noticed that it often freezes with the website of the public transport:
http://www.zvv.ch/zvv/de/home.html
I think there are popups etc.
I put the specifications of my laptop below.

Thanx, Enrico

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System:    Host: EnricoHP Kernel: 4.4.6-1-MANJARO x86_64 (64 bit)
           Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 Distro: ManjaroLinux 15.12 Capella
Machine:   System: Hewlett-Packard (portable) product: HP EliteBook 2570p v: A1028C1100
           Mobo: Hewlett-Packard model: 17DF v: KBC Version 61.23
           Bios: Hewlett-Packard v: 68ISB Ver. F.42 date: 07/17/2013
CPU:       Dual core Intel Core i5-3360M (-HT-MCP-) cache: 3072 KB
           clock speeds: max: 3500 MHz 1: 2270 MHz 2: 1799 MHz 3: 1310 MHz
           4: 2059 MHz
Graphics:  Card: Intel 3rd Gen Core processor Graphics Controller
           Display Server: X.Org 1.17.4 driver: intel
           Resolution: 1366x768@60.07hz
           GLX Renderer: Mesa DRI Intel Ivybridge Mobile
           GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 11.1.2
Audio:     Card Intel 7 Series/C210 Series Family High Definition Audio Controller
           driver: snd_hda_intel
           Sound: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture v: k4.4.6-1-MANJARO
Network:   Card-1: Intel 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection driver: e1000e
           IF: enp0s25 state: up speed: 100 Mbps duplex: full
           mac: f0:92:1c:5d:53:99
           Card-2: Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 [Taylor Peak]
           driver: iwlwifi
           IF: wlo1 state: down mac: a4:4e:31:23:b4:20
Drives:    HDD Total Size: 256.1GB (23.8% used)
           ID-1: /dev/sda model: MTFDDAK256MAM size: 256.1GB
Partition: ID-1: swap-1 size: 8.23GB used: 0.00GB (0%) fs: swap dev: /dev/sda5
Sensors:   System Temperatures: cpu: 48.0C mobo: 0.0C
           Fan Speeds (in rpm): cpu: N/A
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ManjaroGaming on 13. April 2016, 11:47:38
Hey guys .. After the new Nvidia Driver update The Witcher 2 Game crashes when I load game. The game launches , plays the intro , displays the Menus and when select load game it crashses.Experiencing problem only with Witcher 2 -  Dota 2 , Outland and Divinity Original sin Works fine. Please help
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ManjaroGaming on 13. April 2016, 19:36:47
Hey Guys Mark of the Ninja Game crashes with the new 361.42 drivers .. Getting the same error for Witcher 2. Witcher 2 was working fine with 352.79. Can anyone please help

ExecSteamURL: "steam://url/GameHubDiscussions/214560"
Installing breakpad exception handler for appid(steam)/version(1459463254)
Game update: AppID 214560 "Mark of the Ninja", ProcID 4591, IP 0.0.0.0:0
ERROR: ld.so: object '/home/nura/.local/share/Steam/ubuntu12_32/gameoverlayrenderer.so' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded (wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32): ignored.
ERROR: ld.so: object '/home/nura/.local/share/Steam/ubuntu12_64/gameoverlayrenderer.so' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded (wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64): ignored.
Setting breakpad minidump AppID = 214560
Steam_SetMinidumpSteamID:  Caching Steam ID:  76561198007827217 [API loaded no]
Game removed: AppID 214560 "Mark of the Ninja", ProcID 4592
No cached sticky mapping in ActivateActionSet.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Rob on 14. April 2016, 02:22:00
Hey Guys Mark of the Ninja Game crashes with the new 361.42 drivers .. Getting the same error for Witcher 2. Witcher 2 was working fine with 352.79. Can anyone please help

Try the 340xx drivers, they support your card and you can install them from the Manjaro Settings Manager.

Report your bugs to nVidia and hopefully the 361xx series will be fixed for your chip soon.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: boletus on 14. April 2016, 08:33:56
No problems here
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ManjaroGaming on 14. April 2016, 16:29:57
Try the 340xx drivers, they support your card and you can install them from the Manjaro Settings Manager.

Report your bugs to nVidia and hopefully the 361xx series will be fixed for your chip soon.

I tried installing 340 XX drivers but it is giving me an error saying Dependencies i tried to uninstall my previous driver it is giving the same issue. So are you sure that this is nvidia problem ? cause the games were working fine on 352 drivers. Thanks for the help
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Rob on 14. April 2016, 19:04:35
Exact error please.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ManjaroGaming on 15. April 2016, 15:05:14
Exact error please.

This is working fine on Manjaro Cinnamon 16.03 edition.. I guess something wrong with my XFCE
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ice.92 on 29. April 2016, 23:04:06
I'm getting the following error when trying to update using pacman -Syu:

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error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: linux43-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:361.42-1) breaks dependency 'nvidia-utils=1:352.79

I managed to update most of my system earlier by doing --ignore linux43-nvidia --ignore nvidia-utils, but this error still remains. Does my kernel have anything to do with it? I'm using 4.3.6-1-MANJARO which is apparantly unsupported according to the Manjaro settings manager (found out about that today -- been using this kernel for atleast a month).

Not really sure what to do at this point, I would very much appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction on how to solve this error.

PS: I hadn't updated my system in a few weeks prior to this.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Rob on 30. April 2016, 01:10:17
I'm getting the following error when trying to update using pacman -Syu:

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error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: linux43-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:361.42-1) breaks dependency 'nvidia-utils=1:352.79

I managed to update most of my system earlier by doing --ignore linux43-nvidia --ignore nvidia-utils, but this error still remains. Does my kernel have anything to do with it? I'm using 4.3.6-1-MANJARO which is apparantly unsupported according to the Manjaro settings manager (found out about that today -- been using this kernel for atleast a month).

Not really sure what to do at this point, I would very much appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction on how to solve this error.

PS: I hadn't updated my system in a few weeks prior to this.

You need to uninstall linux43 before updating.

4.1 and 4.4 series kernels are LTS releases, change to whichever of them works best for you.
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ice.92 on 30. April 2016, 11:36:13
Thanks for the reply.

I already tried doing that but I'm getting this error when trying to install linux44:

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Installing new kernel.

resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: linux41-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:361.42-1) breaks dependency 'nvidia-utils=1:352.79'
:: linux43-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:361.42-1) breaks dependency 'nvidia-utils=1:352.79'

-> Process failed!


Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: Rob on 30. April 2016, 11:39:20
Thanks for the reply.

I already tried doing that but I'm getting this error when trying to install linux44:

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Installing new kernel.

resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: linux41-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:361.42-1) breaks dependency 'nvidia-utils=1:352.79'
:: linux43-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:361.42-1) breaks dependency 'nvidia-utils=1:352.79'

-> Process failed!

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sudo pacman -R linux43-nvidia
sudo pacman -Syu
Title: Re: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK
Post by: ice.92 on 30. April 2016, 12:04:55
Thank you, that fixed it.