I perform “sudo pacman-mirrors -f” and check the output against the mirrors website to ensure this action performed well. It did.
Then I logout and CTRl+ALT+F2 and perform “pamac update”. The files are downloaded and I get ERROR 404 for several files. I would attach an output of the text but can’t pipe the output to a file.
The mirrors I’m getting the Error 404 are:
The files that are failing to download are:
I tried changing mirrors but when I re-run pacman-mirrors I just get the same mirrors.
What infromation can I provide to help debug the issue? What can I do to fix the isssue?
While that is, indeed, strange, it could simply be a case of an outdated mirror, or mirrors. It could also be that you’re using a mirror which sync is in process.
Try changing the mirrors manually and check again.
sudo pacman-mirrors --interactive
Hope this helps!
I would try, after the
pacman -Syyu instead of
Do you get similar results when you use
pamac checkupdates vs
pamac checkupdates itself might update the pamac repo and solve your issue.
- pamac has repositories in /var/tmp/pamac/dbs/sync
- pacman has repositories in /var/lib/pacman/sync
I think they are suppose to be in sync, but…
Regarding piping output, did you redirect both stderr and stdout to the file.
Used sudo pacman -Syyu and the files that failed to download, downloaded. 702 packages installed with no problems.
System is up and running. Thanks All for your help.
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