@Darksky , sorry for not replying clearly over on the other thread. I got distracted by the NVME-drive interface board I bought being a complete piece of garbage (including, apparently, having a dead 5V power input).
My, er, Pi Time was devoted to trying to straighten that out–including having to buy a new enclosure for the NVME drive and figure out how to return the thing I had already, and then I was sick enough of the whole thing not to wanna mess with it a while.
More than that, I’m confused by the output of
rpi-eeprom-update I’m currently getting.
~]$ sudo rpi-eeprom-update
[sudo] password for panoptitom:
Dedicated VL805 EEPROM detected
CURRENT: Thu Sep 3 12:11:43 PM UTC 2020 (1599135103)
LATEST: Thu Sep 3 12:11:43 PM UTC 2020 (1599135103)
FW DIR: /lib/firmware/raspberrypi/bootloader/stable
My reading of this is that it’s telling me I’m up-to-date on the stable branch, even though I’ve got a version of the EEPROM and boot loader from September 3.
I wonder if my mirror hasn’t updated yet.
~]$ pacman-mirrors --get-branch
I’m using only one mirror, to try to avoid any issues with going out of sync: https://mirror.dacentec.com/manjaro/arm-stable/$repo/$arch
I remember there being a page I could go to in order to check mirror statuses, but now I can’t find it.
~]$ pacman-mirrors --status
Local mirror status for arm-stable branch
Mirror #1 - - 00:28 United_States Index of /manjaro
Those dashes are in red in my console. I think I need to switch mirrors…