nvidia is currently partially incompatible with linux >= 5.9  . While graphics should work fine, CUDA, OpenCL, and likely other features are broken. Users who've already upgraded and need those features are advised to switch to the linux-lts kernel for the time being until a fix for nvidia is available.
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Currently we have official packages optimized for the x86-64 architecture. We complement our official package sets with a community-operated package repository that grows in size and quality each and every day.
Our strong community is diverse and helpful, and we pride ourselves on the range of skillsets and uses for Arch that stem from it. Please check out our forums and mailing lists to get your feet wet. Also glance through our wiki if you want to learn more about Arch.
The ghostpcl and ghostxps packages prior to version 9.53.2-2 were missing a soname link each. This has been fixed in 9.53.2-2, so the upgrade will need to overwrite the untracked files created by ldconfig. If you get any of these errors
ghostpcl: /usr/lib/libgpcl6.so.9 exists in filesystem ghostxps: /usr/lib/libgxps.so.9 exists in filesystem
when updating, use
pacman -Syu --overwrite /usr/lib/libgpcl6.so.9,/usr/lib/libgxps.so.9
to perform the upgrade.
On the 10th and 11th of October there is going to be an online edition of Arch Conf. The conference is going to have presentations from the Arch team along with community submitted presentations and lightning talks.
We are proud to announce the first revision of the schedule!
The conference timezone is CEST/UTC+2: https://everytimezone.com/s/40cc4784
Updates and additional information can be found on the conference page: https://conf.archlinux.org
See you there!
Cheers from the conference team.
We would like to hold a bug wrangling day on the 13th of September to reduce the large amount of open tickets. If you cannot take part in the bug wrangling day, then feel free to help us any time before that event.
Please review all bugs that were reported by you and check if they are still valid. Please request a task closure on the bug tracker if the task may be closed. Otherwise please provide further information so that we can continue to work on the bug. We cannot fix bugs without your feedback.
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Due to the fact that the AUR has been migrated to a new server, the SSH HostKeys used to connect to the host have changed. These are the new keys fingerprints:
Ed25519: SHA256:RFzBCUItH9LZS0cKB5UE6ceAYhBD5C8GeOBip8Z11+4 ECDSA: SHA256:uTa/0PndEgPZTf76e1DFqXKJEXKsn7m9ivhLQtzGOCI RSA: SHA256:5s5cIyReIfNNVGRFdDbe3hdYiI5OelHGpw2rOUud3Q8
The fingerprints above can also be found on the AUR home page when not logged in.
- zn_poly 0.9.2-2 update requires manual intervention
- nss>=3.51.1-1 and lib32-nss>=3.51.1-1 updates require manual intervention
- hplip 3.20.3-2 update requires manual intervention
- firewalld>=0.8.1-2 update requires manual intervention
- The Future of the Arch Linux Project Leader
- Planet Arch Linux migration
- sshd needs restarting after upgrading to openssh-8.2p1
- rsync compatibility
- Now using Zstandard instead of xz for package compression
- Xorg cleanup requires manual intervention