Manjaro 2022-01-02, the first Stable of the year arrives with Python 3.10, among other novelties

manjaro 2022-01-02

This is Sunday, the second day of 2022, and the developers behind one of Arch Linux's most gifted students had launched a Testing recently, so a stable version was not expected so soon. But manjaro 2022-01-02 has arrived, and he has done so with a change that stands out from the rest.

It is not that the step to Python 3.10 it's going to bring huge improvements, but rebuilding itself could cause problems. For this reason, the developer team recommends rebuilding everything in AUR to heal yourself. Below you have a list of the most outstanding news that have arrived with Manjaro 2022-01-02.

Highlights of Manjaro 2022-01-02

  • Most of the kernels have been updated.
  • They have removed 2560 Arch packages due to Python 3.10 rebuilds. As we have mentioned, they recommend rebuilding everything related to Python that has been installed from AUR. They also ask for the feedback community to correct potential problems.
  • pacman-mirrors 4.23.1 has provided numerous minor cosmetic fixes in recent months.
  • KDE Frameworks is at 5.89.
  • The Nvidia drivers have been updated to 470.94 1 and 390.147.
  • Xorg-Server is now at version 21.1.2 adding necessary security fixes, including reboot / wait for Nvidia drivers which was fixed.
  • Pipewire 0.3.42 fixes some serious issues from the previous version.
  • They have fixed some issues with the packagekit which includes bug fixes in alpm and offline updates.
  • Cutefish is now at v0.5.
  • Systemd has its last major version of 2021: v250.
  • Firefox is now at 95.0.2 and Thunderbird has been updated to 91.4.1.
  • Table has been updated to 21.3.2.
  • Wine is now at 7.0-rc2.
  • Deepin has some small application updates.
  • KiCad is now at 6.0.
  • Some Cinnamon apps have been revamped.
  • AMDVLK is now in 2021.Q4.3.
  • LibGLVND is at 1.4.0.
  • The usual mainstream updates, including Haskell and Python.

The update was announced this afternoon, and will appear on existing facilities soon. The last ISO is the 21.2 Qo'nos.

Updated: Manjaro ISO 21.2.1 now available. Download.

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