In preparation of the pending upgrade, I need to install an other kernel, since my current one (4.19) may not boot. MAY…since I use systemd 247.7-1…but, best be safe than sorry…
I tried to grab the recommened one : 5.20 but both mirrors I tried failed with a 404.
I have rebuilt the mirrorlist to include all but china, still it fails…
Kernel 5.2 is nor longer available:
$ mhwd-kernel --list available kernels: * linux414 * linux419 * linux44 * linux49 * linux510 * linux511 * linux512 * linux513 * linux54 * linux510-rt * linux511-rt
You asked for ideas and I have a strong suspicion that you meant version 5.4, which is available.
It can be installed using:
sudo mhwd-kernel --install linux54
Thanks for the reply. Well, at least I have a fresh mirror list now
Retry somewhere today
You’re very welcome!
Perhaps, maybe, posssibly give consideration to version 5.10. It is the latest LTS after all…
I made a goofup! I meant to say that the 5.1 was not available instead of the 5.2!
Let me select one of the others then.
so sorry to have mislead you…
Well, my answer still applies 100%, so no harm done whatsoever.
Umm, I’m using the tool inthe GUI, not what I usually do. And it cannot find any kernel anywhere.
Let me try in the console instead…
edit - tap me on the head…I had to refresh the repo’s… all is well now…
I’d say that’s a good idea, yes. I only used the GUI the first 2/3 times, and only because I didn’t know the commands yet. Yeah, it was when I was still very new to Manjaro.
That would explain it, yeah. But I’m very glad all is well now.
then for mirrors
sudo pacman-mirrors -c all sudo pacman -Syyu
after you can see for mhwd-kernel
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