A question about libreoffice-still OR package

Hello, today I reinstalled my Gnome and while I was setting it up i saw that with libreoffice-still package comes GNUjump, do someone know why this is connected to LibreOffice product at all?

Thank you for your attention!

I dont see it in the depends …

pactree -r gnujump

will show us what, if anything, relies on gnujump

Am I allowed to upload pictures in here or to post link from imgur?

Why not just post the text output ?

Because it is not gnujump package, in the package manager, Installed section while i was scrolling to see something i randomly saw GNUjump app installed who says that it comes from libreoffice-still package :smiley:

pactree -r gnujump                                                               ✔  12s  
error: package 'gnujump' not found

I’m not sure I understand …

That’s what I’m talking about.

I’m not sure whats going on there.
The text doesnt match of course. libreoffice-still and gnujump are different.
gnujump is also at version 1.0.8-6, and is ~2.14mb …
so something is up with that listing.

Please make sure you are fully synced, updated, etc.

Oh. and maybe check if you have “Software Mode” enabled.

I did the following commands:

sudo pacman-mirrors --fasttrack
sudo pacman -Syyu

After that i rebooted and installed libreoffice-still →

sudo pacman -S libreoffice-still

Nothing strange I think.

Well thats all pacman.
Does pamac still display incorrectly?

Its also entirely fine to prefer pacman. I do. :wink:

I dont use pamac, for AUR packages i use yay :smiley:
And for software mode when i click it it shows the same stuff. Two times each Libre App + GNUjump.

pamac is the photo you shared.

I suppose some cache got corrupted somewhere.

pamac --force-refresh

might help.

okay, the GUI then, didn’t understand you properly, sorry!

This is what it gives me as response :smiley:

pamac --force-refresh                                                                    ✔ 
Available actions:
  pamac --version     
  pamac --help, -h     [action]
  pamac search         [options] <package(s)>
  pamac list           [options] <package(s)>
  pamac info           [options] <package(s)>
  pamac install        [options] <package(s)>
  pamac reinstall      [options] <package(s)>
  pamac remove         [options] [package(s)]
  pamac checkupdates   [options]
  pamac update,upgrade [options]
  pamac clone          [options] <package(s)>
  pamac build          [options] [package(s)]
  pamac clean          [options]


pamac checkupdates --force-refresh

That’s all:

pamac checkupdates --force-refresh                                                       ✔ 
Safely check for updates without modifiying the databases
(Exit code is 100 if updates are available)

pamac checkupdates [options]

  --builddir <dir> : build directory (use with --devel), if no directory is given the one specified in
                     pamac.conf file is used
  --aur, -a        : also check updates in AUR
  --no-aur         : do not check updates in AUR
  --quiet, -q      : only print one line per update
  --devel          : also check development packages updates (use with --aur)
  --no-devel       : do not check development packages updates

My bad. The correct command:

pamac update --force-refresh

(Just tested it.)

Okay, so this is the output:

pamac update --force-refresh                                     ✔ 
==== AUTHENTICATING FOR org.manjaro.pamac.commit ====
Authentication is required to install, update, or remove packages
Authenticating as: user (user)
Synchronizing package databases...
Refreshing core.db...                                                           
Refreshing extra.db...                                                          
Refreshing multilib.db...                                                       
Refreshing core.files...                                                        
Refreshing extra.files...                                                       
Refreshing multilib.files...                                                    
Refreshing AUR...                                                               
Nothing to do.                                                                  
Transaction successfully finished.

And still GNUjump is still there :smiley: