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Author Topic: [Update] 2016-03-11 - OpenSSL, Kernels, GTK2, Firefox, Chromium, Wine  (Read 10532 times)

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Offline eugen-b

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Why don't you read the error mesaage, @hitman2?
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Offline DK3

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Update on 11 Machines without Problems.

Thx


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Offline Nergal

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The usual, smooth update on two systems.
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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.
« Last Edit: 12. March 2016, 20:32:15 by aguador »

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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!

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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

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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.

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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?

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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.

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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

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

have you ever experience sudden dissapear of windows decoration on your KDE?  :-\

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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

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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

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Smooth update both KDE & Xfce.  Updated Kernel on both machines without issue.  Thank you
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Smooth update as usual, thank you!