For the last week or more I have been unable to execute pamac update. I access remotely via ssh.
To install (1):
cppdap 1.58.0-1 extra 343.3 kB
Error: Failed to prepare transaction: target not found: cppdap
Someone else had the same issue on this forum, but the answer was that the mirrors probably hadn’t finished syncing. I’ve been waiting quite a few days, so it’s probably not a case of waiting.
How should I resolve this?
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cppdap is a package from the official repositories, so I would suggest trying it with
pacman instead of
sudo pacman-mirrors -f 5 && sudo pacman -Syyu
The above command will refresh your mirror list and update all your packages from the official repositories. It will however not update your AUR packages, Snaps, FlatPaks or AppImages, though. But in this case, that doesn’t appear to be a problem.
ensure the mirror you are using is up-to-date
sudo pacman-mirrors -f && sudo pacman -Syyu
$ pamac search cppdap
cppdap [Installed] 1.58.0-1 extra
C++ library for the Debug Adapter Protocol
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