Guillaume Alaux wrote:
To circumvent a conflicting files issue, manual intervention is required **only
if package `java-common` is installed**. This can be checked with the following
$ pacman -Q java-common
If so, please run the following **prior** to upgrading:
# archlinux-java unset
# pacman -Sydd --asdeps java-runtime-common
:: java-runtime-common and java-common are in conflict. Remove java-common?
# archlinux-java fix
You can then go ahead and upgrade:
# pacman -Su
Please note that new package [`java-runtime-common`] does **not** use nor
support forcing `JAVA_HOME` as former package `java-common` did. See the [Java
wiki page] for more info.
Sven-Hendrik Haase wrote:
As NVIDIA dropped support for G8x, G9x, and GT2xx GPUs with the release of
343.22, there now is set of nvidia-340xx packages supporting those older GPUs.
340xx will receive support until the end of 2019 according to NVIDIA.
Users of older GPUs should consider switching to nvidia-340xx. The nvidia-343.22
and nvidia-340xx-340.46 packages will be in testing for a few days.
Laurent Carlier wrote:
mesa is now available with some packaging changes:
* Related to the megadriver work done, splitted dri drivers doesn't have sense
anymore, all dri drivers are now packaged in `mesa-dri`.
* vdpau drivers are now in `mesa-vdpau` package.