Since the last update, no sound is available anywhere.
Here is the pacman log: https://pastebin.com/VUNbdw6J
Octopi sysinfo: https://pastebin.com/g8szdssj
See here, Firefox is running and it shows no entry:
And I tried it with SMPlayer, which freezes completely.
Before the update, all worked perfectly fine.
The whole system bugs out. Sound worked for a second or two at the third restart, network issues, Firefox freezes and Octopi crashed
Journal shows 2 issues, I doubt the BIOS error is the cause, more likely the USB (similar to this? https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1114442-start-0.html)
Unplug the USB sound/camera device, those errors look worse, see if that changes any.
Of course, none of the above matters, if you recently did a manual BIOS update.
demm I do that tomorrow morning
Just for clearification: I already had that camera using here and it did work great.
It does happen to bug out on Kamoso, but did and does work on Jitsi.
thanks for your support
Yeah, the cam bugged the whole system, its totally fine now and the system works flawlessly
Edit: It is the upgrade of linux-firmware that could have caused this?
That looks like a kernel bug/change then, that is the only thing in your update that is related to that device. Can you check linux-next? I will check upstream bug reports too, undoubtedly more will be effected with 5.11.16.
To see if it is linux-firmware, just pacman -U the previous version from your /var/cache/pacman/pkg cache.
I dont have that anymore in my cache. Idk why, the cache cleaner is set on 0 and I could swear, I didnt set that.
No sound with linux-next either.
Did you test pipewire from build repo 0.27, 0.26 has critical bugs.
Can I install that just like that, or do I have to use build completely?
Pipewire was not part of that update, 0.26 was from early April, not a single issue reported or detected, certainly not the cause of an USB device failing.
How can a single usb cam crash an entire system?