I tried to run pamac update -a to update all packages, including AUR ones.
It tries to upgrade a package called gradle7 which I can’t remember to ever have installed, so I guess it came as a dependency somewhere. I noticed it’s an AUR package.
The problem is that the build of this package crashes and then the rest of the packages is not upgraded. So I decided I would remove that package and then upgrade the rest of the packages, worrying about any problems this would cause later when they occur.
But when I run pamac remove gradle7 I get the error target not found: gradle7. So this is strange, pamac wants to upgrade a package that is not installed?
Do you guys have any suggestion how to fix this, so that pamac does not try to upgrade a package that does not seem to exist on my system and fails all the time?
Meanwhile, I found that cleaning the pamac cache helped installing gradle7, so pamac clean.
Still have problems with upgrading java11-openjfx as the build eats up all my RAM. Again, I’m not sure why it is installed on my system, but this time I can uninstall it luckily.