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Author Topic: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine  (Read 7133 times)

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Offline Kirek

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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
  • Linux310 3.10.100
  • Linux312 3.12.56
  • Linux313 3.13.11.35
  • Linux314 3.14.64
  • Linux316 3.16.7.25
  • Linux318 3.18.28
  • Linux319 3.19.8.15
  • Linux41  4.1.19
  • Linux42  4.2.8.4
  • Linux43  4.3.6 EOL
  • Linux44  4.4.5
  • Linux45  4.5-rc7


Package changes
  • stable community i686:  465 new and 442 removed package(s)
  • stable community x86_64:  464 new and 441 removed package(s)
  • stable core i686:  36 new and 36 removed package(s)
  • stable core x86_64:  36 new and 36 removed package(s)
  • stable extra i686:  432 new and 428 removed package(s)
  • stable extra x86_64:  433 new and 429 removed package(s)
  • stable multilib x86_64:  10 new and 10 removed package(s)
https://lists.manjaro.org/pipermail/manjaro-packages/Week-of-Mon-20160307/006341.html

Offline boletus

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No problems for me, smooth update.
Cheers

Offline wordler

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Very smooth update. 89 packages, running well, and upgrade to newer kernel. Everything seems great! Many thanks Manjaro Team  ;D
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Offline fassil

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'LLo,

All fine except on manjaro E19 release 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..?
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All OK.
Fixed bug of libvirtd, thanks!  ;)

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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'

Offline fdc1b

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All fine. Only a message:

Code: (html5) [Select]
warning: directory permissions differ on /var/lib/syslog-ng/
filesystem: 700  package: 755

Good work!

Offline mikronimo

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All fine. Only a message:

Code: (html5) [Select]
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...

Offline KabirGandhiok

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All works smooth! Cheers Manjaro team :-) Thanks!!

Offline deemde

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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.

Offline eugen-b

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All fine. Only a message:

Code: (html5) [Select]
warning: directory permissions differ on /var/lib/syslog-ng/
filesystem: 700  package: 755

Good work!
Code: [Select]
sudo chmod 755 /var/lib/syslog-ng/
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how to install on btrfs subvolumes
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Offline lucien

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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:
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.

Offline neil1969

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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) :
Code: [Select]
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.

Offline samson

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114 packages... seems like everything went smooth!
Thanks.

Offline CyberWolf2k14

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Another fine and smooth update. Congrats devs! 8)
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