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Ca-cerificates-utils 20170301-1 upgrade requires manual intervention
The upgrade to ca-certificates-utils 20170307-1 requires manual intervention because a symlink which used to be generated post install has been moved into the package proper.
As deleting he symlink may leave you unable to download packages, perform this upgrade in three steps
# pacman -Syuw # download packages
# rm /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt # remove conflicting file
# pacman -Su # perform upgrade
Mesa With Libglvnd Support is now in Testing
Mesa-17.0.0-3 can now be installed side-by-side with nvidia-378.13 driver without any libgl/libglx hacks, and with the help of Fedora and upstream xorg-server patches.
First step was to remove the libglx symlinks with xorg-server-1.19.1-3 and associated mesa/nvidia drivers through the removal of various libgl packages. It was a tough moment because it was Breaking optimus System, xorg-server configuration need manual updating.
The second sem is now here,wih an updated 10-nvidia-drm-outputclass.conf file that should help tohave an
Out-of-the-box working xorg-server experience with optimus system.
Please testthis extensively and post your feedback in this forum theread or in our bugtrack
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