I don’t get any errors or warnings, just nothing. Program doesn’t load.
For information just to point out my system is up to date:
[toby@toby-server ~]$ sudo pacman -Syu
[sudo] password for toby:
:: Synchronising package databases…
core is up to date
extra is up to date
community is up to date
multilib is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade…
warning: gnome-wallpapers: local (20201023-1) is newer than community (20201020-1)
there is nothing to do
Do you guys have any suggestions as to what might be wrong?
If it were my system I would try:
yy will force an update of the sync database.
uu will allow for a downgrade. Although the man page says, "This option works best if the sync database is referehsed using
-Sy. I’m not sure why.
Please see man pacman and
Before you do the above, check the state of the repositories you are using at: https://repo.manjaro.org/ and/or
local is referring to what is installed.
community is referring to the sync database.
Display info about the package in the sync database:
pacman -Si gnome-wallpapers
Display info about the installed local package :
pacman -Qi gnome-wallpapers
It would be interesting to know what is in cache too:
find /var/cache/pacman/pkg -iname '*gnome-wallpaper*'
Pay attention to the version in each of those 3 commands.
You can downgrade this single package with the command mentioned above.
This nothing to worry about.
Try using terminal command to run pamac GUI and check any error messages
I ran “pacman -Syyuu” and that has resolved the gnome-wallpapers issue, thank you for that suggestion.
The original problem of clicking ‘Add/Remove Software’ still persists though. When I double click this in the UI, it creates the activity button on the top bar for a few seconds which then disappears and the program hasn’t started. No errors, nothing.
Running nikgnomic’s suggestion returns this:
[toby@toby-server ~]$ pamac-manager %U
pamac-manager: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libpamac-gtk.so: undefined symbol: pamac_transaction_get_loop
I have temporarily fixed it. I updated pamac again, then ran pamac-manager %U which gave me this error:
pamac-manager: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libpamac-gtk.so: undefined symbol: pamac_transaction_get_build_files
See this exiting issue: https://forum.manjaro.org/t/testing-update-2020-11-26-kernels-browsers-maui-apps-pamac-10-0-beta-gnome-mesa-qt/39805/22
Then I installed the pamac-gtk-dev (sudo pacman -Syu pamac-gtk-dev) which has resolved the issue.
I’ll need to revert to pamac-gtk at some point though.
I am facing the same issue, have you successfully reverted to pamac-gtk?
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