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Did you experience any issue with this update?

No issues, everything went smoothly.
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Yes there was an issue. I was able to resolve it myself. (Please post your solution)
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Yes I am currently experiencing an issue due to the update. (Please post about it)
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Author Topic: [Update] 2016-04-07 - Nvidia 361.42, MHWD 0.5.7, LibreOffice, Kernels, JDK  (Read 8348 times)

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Offline CyberWolf2k14

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Another flawless update. And NO issues with the nVidia driver update either.
Kudos to the devs once again.
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Offline Bankman

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Smooth update as every time.
Thanks to the team!

Offline screwtape

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No problems. Nvidia works perfect. Thanks for your great work.

Offline Cedrik_K

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Works better now as before.
Thanks for the update!

Offline joshuadunamis

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Everything is OK!!! Another smooth update!
Since nearly 2003 to today I never installed anyelse than GNU/Linux OS...

 My actual OS: Manjaro Linux 15.12 KDE (Capella) on Asus X551CA-SX024D

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Offline daogiahieu

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Thank manjaro team, another great update with my computer :)
Everything is smooth

Offline Sothis6881

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Seems like another smooth update so far, including the Nvidia driver update.

Offline auwally

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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

Offline ottomops

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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.

Offline fdc1b

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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).

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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.

Offline perpf

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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.

Offline Daark

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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.

Offline fdc1b

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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:
Code: (html5) [Select]
sudo nano /etc/pacman.conf   
replace the line
Code: (html5) [Select]
# IgnorePkg   =   
with
Code: (html5) [Select]
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.
« Last Edit: 08. April 2016, 20:13:56 by fdc1b »

Offline lightbeam

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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!
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Offline hillz

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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