userspace-breaking bugs in
linux-libre package has been
another kernel packages which are using this version
will be downgraded too.
For this reason, all users are required to allow downgrades on their next update:
The server maintenance of 2017-01-14+48hours has been completed. The maintenance consisted of moving repo.parabola.nu and repomirror.parabola.nu from proton.parabola.nu to winston.parabola.nu.
The DNS TTL is set to 24 hours, so it may take a while for the switch-over to become visible to some users; in the mean time repo and repomirror will still work, they will just be slightly outdated.
The new version comes with the following changes:
xf86-input-libinput is the default input driver, however synaptics, evdev
and wacom are still available.
These packages are deprecated: xf86-input-joystick, xf86
-input-acecad, xf86-video-apm, xf86-video-ark, xf86-video-chips, xf86-video-
glint, xf86-video-i128, xf86-video-i740, xf86-video-mach64, xf86-video-neomagic,
xf86-video-nv, xf86-video-r128, xf86-video-rendition, xf86-video-s3, xf86-video-
s3virge, xf86-video-savage, xf86-video-siliconmotion, xf86-video-sis, xf86
-video-tdfx, xf86-video-trident, xf86-video-tseng
Scheduled server maintenance is underway for server migration, cleaning, and security improvements.
We expect this to be done in the next 48hours. Users may experience temporary downtime during this time.
The upgrade to OpenVPN 2.4.0 makes changes that are incompatible with previous
configurations. Take special care if you depend on VPN connectivity for
remote access! Administrative interaction is required:
Configuration is expected in sub directories now. Move your files from
The plugin lookup path changed, remove extra
plugins/ from relative paths.
The systemd unit
openvpn@.service was replaced with
openvpn-server@.service. Restart and reenable
This does not affect the functionality of