Often, when Arch is upgraded, things will be broken. This is a list of ways problems have been solved in the past. Hopefully it will be helpful for solving issues when upgrading in the future.
Once in a while there will be no keyboard input at the login prompt. The cause/fix is currently unknown, but boot debugging might help to find a fix.
If wifi does not work after upgrading, try reinstalling
# Remove current installation sudo pacman -R broadcom-wl-dkms # Install the package again yaourt broadcom-wl-dkms # Reload the kernel module sudo modprobe wl # Double check that you can see available wifi connections wifi-menu
Post Install http://askubuntu.com/questions/689123/vmware-wont-work-after-ubuntu-upgrade
The solution below applies to versions of VMWare prior to 12.1.0. The 12.1.0 version of VMWare does not require this fix.
VMWare and VMPlayer are in fact looking for a specific library string. You can execute VMWare/VMPlayer from the terminal by executing
I made this a permanent change on my system by executing instead
sudo nano /usr/bin/vmware and adding the line
after the line
Press ctrl+o to save and ctrl+x to exit: VMWare will now work.
To perform the same function for VMPlayer, execute the same changes to