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I am not sure how to check the lensfun version, but you can update the lensfun database using the following command: $ lensfun-update-data Please note that you must have the lensfun-tools package installed in order for the above command to work. lensfun-tools can be installed with this command: $ sudo dnf install lensfun-tools


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So, what works for me is: yaourt -S lensfun-git -> uninstalls lensfun (non-git in the process). cd /lib sudo ln -s liblensfun.so.2 liblensfun.so.1 Launch darktable. I do get a connection refused error when runnin lensfun-update-data, but seeing that the updates and infrequent, and that my lenses are all in Adobe's profiles, I'm happy with this.


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For Adobe profiles, you need DB version 2. The differences are small, however: Besides the Adobe profiles, the <real-focal-length> tag became an attribute of <distortion>. Darktable won’t care which DB version you use, In particular, Adobe profiles will work with any Darktable version, as along is it supports the API of current Lensfun.


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