[manjaro-dev] [0.8.8] Release Candidate 3

Philip Müller philm at manjaro.org
Sat Nov 16 17:10:19 CET 2013

Thx for your testing.

Check the packages. I think you have *xfdesktop 4.11.1* installed from 
To get XFCE 4.11.1 work I've to update my manjaroiso profiles. Like that 
I attached ...

This is needed:

       <property name="monitorDVI-I-1" type="empty">
         <property name="workspace0" type="empty">
           <property name="last-image" type="string" 
           <property name="image-style" type="int" value="5"/>
     <property name="single-workspace-mode" type="bool" value="true"/>
     <property name="single-workspace-number" type="int" value="0"/>

So I have to see how to implement it correctly ...

Before building you should have switched to testing on your host PC:

*sudo pacman-mirrors -g -b testing*

kind regards


On 11/16/2013 04:58 PM, Rob McCathie wrote:
> Burned the ISO to a DVD and booted from it confirming the recent 
> syslinux issues are addressed.
> The new layout and splash screen are nice on the eyes.
> I noticed an Xfce wallpaper is in use, not a Manjaro one.
> I installed using Thus doing manual partitioning. One thing I really 
> want to comment on: Nice fookin work with Thus, it really looks good 
> and for the type of install I just performed worked perfectly. (Which 
> was noting special, just BIOS-MBR with manual partition setup.)
> Booted into the install, Did notice that on MDM it still says Manjaro 
> 0.8.7.
> Logged in, typed this email.
> Sadly I gotta sleep now, then i'm not at home again until Monday 
> afternoon/evening, so can't do any more testing before then. :-\
> ...but from what I'm seeing - Nice work. 0.8.8 should turn heads.
> I'm really looking forward to respining my Netbook edition based on 0.8.8.
> Regards,
> Rob.
> On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 12:53 AM, Rob McCathie <korrode at gmail.com 
> <mailto:korrode at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Building rc3 Xfce iso now. Then will be installing it on real
>     hardware. Will report back the outcome.
>     On Sun, Nov 17, 2013 at 12:26 AM, Philip Müller <philm at manjaro.org
>     <mailto:philm at manjaro.org>> wrote:
>         Now I'm finally ready to build Manjaro 0.8.8-rc3.
>         All needed packages you can find in our testing-branch.
>         This install-media will again use our stable-repos.
>         Since update-pack 10 is still in testing those install medias
>         should been built with testing-branch. I'll move these updates
>         anyway later to stable. So:
>         - install manjaroiso 0.8.8rc3-1
>         - use either the provided profiles of this release or our
>         master-branch
>         - before you build call: sudo pacman-mirrors -g -b testing
>         I expect to upload my final images this Sunday or Monday ...
>         Internal personal testings are welcome.
>         Changes:
>         - manjaroiso is now more generic
>         - you can easier rebrand your install medias now, more later ...
>         - openbox profile got updated by Carl
>         - XFCE uses again our dark theme - Thx to Aceman!
>         - Thus got adopted to manjaroiso changes
>         - a lot more I don't remember now ...
>         kind regards
>         Phil
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