ansible-core 2.15.3, upstream moved documentation and examples to a separate dedicated repository (see the related changelogs).
This means that, starting from version
ansible-core package will stop shipping documentation and a default configuration example under
Regarding the documentation, it is available online: https://docs.ansible.com/
As for the configuration file, as explained in the wiki, a base config can be generated with the following command:
ansible-config init --disabled > ansible.cfg
After updating from
2.15.2-1 to >=
2.15.3-1, everyone using a custom global Ansible configuration file stored under
/etc/ansible/ansible.cfg will have their configuration saved as a
To restore it, run the following command:
mv /etc/ansible/ansible.cfg.pacsave /etc/ansible/ansible.cfg
When upgrading from budgie-desktop 10.7.2-5 to 10.7.2-6, the package mutter43 must be replaced with magpie-wm, which currently depends on mutter. As mutter43 conflicts with mutter, manual intervention is required to complete the upgrade.
First remove mutter43, then immediately perform the upgrade. Do not relog or
reboot between these steps.
pacman -Rdd mutter43
Starting from version 2023.66594-9, TeX Live packages have been reorganized to mirror upstream collections. Even though the new
texlive-basic replaces the old
texlive-core, many of the texlive-core contents (including language specific files) are now split between different packages. To find out which Arch package contains a specific CTAN package, you can use the
tlmgr utility, eg.
$ tlmgr info euler | grep collection
which means the euler CTAN package is contained in
texlive-latexrecommended. You may also use
pacman -F to query for specific files.
A new metapackage texlive-meta is available to install all subpackages (except for …
The openblas package prior to version 0.3.23-2 doesn't ship optimized
LAPACK routine and CBLAS/LAPACKE interfaces for compatibility. This
decision has been reverted now, and the ability to choose a different
default system BLAS/LAPACK implementation while keeping openblas
installed is now provided to allow future co-installation of BLIS,
The default BLAS implementation will be used for most packages like
NumPy or R. Please install "blas-openblas" and "blas64-openblas" to make
OpenBLAS the default BLAS implementation, just like the old behavior.
Unfortunately you will get errors on updating if you currently have
OpenBLAS installed as the default BLAS implementation:
error: failed …
We are proud to announce that the migration to Git packaging succeeded! 🥳
Thanks to everyone who has helped during the migration!
Package sources are now available on GitLab. Note that the bugtracker is still flyspray and that merge requests are not accepted as of now.
We intend to open the issue tracker and merge requests on the Gitlab package repos in the near future.
Mirrors are syncing again, but it may take a bit of time until your mirror of choice has caught up.
Update your system and merge the pacman pacnew
/etc/pacman.conf.pacnew file. This is …