Remove ndiswrapper so that you can upgrade to the new kernel. Then, maybe reinstall it from the AUR if you really need it.
You seem to be well on your way to building a pretty neat system.One note though: Don't get 2x2GB RAM modules, get 2x4GB. The extra 4GB of memory will surely come in handy, and you'll be able to upgrade to 16GB in the future if you want.
Upstream (rmagick) needs to improve their imagemagick detection routines.At one point they seem to be using the correct way to find the library name (i.e. through Magick-config), but then they perform useless checks using hardcoded library names:checking for InitializeMagick() in -lMagickCore... no
checking for InitializeMagick() in -lMagick... no
checking for InitializeMagick() in -lMagick++...
Sounds like a kernel bug.I'll prepare an october version soon with a newer kernel, perhaps it's fixed then.You could try blacklisting the i915 module from boot commandline.https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Ke … and_line_2
When I upgraded I got[2011-07-31 18:35] VERBOSE= in rc.conf no longer has any effect.
[2011-07-31 18:35] Please append 'quiet' to your kernel command line.https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=123597https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=123535https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=123776