Installing Ultimaker Cura

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#6

Hi steanne. I tried your command sudo pacman-mirrors -f5 && sudo pacman -Syyu but I get “error unrecognized arguments -f5”
I typed f5’ should I have pushed the F5 key on the keyboard?

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#7

Hi banjo. Thanks for your reply. I get an error -f10 is an unrecognized argument

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#8

Try
sudo pacman-mirrors --geoip && sudo pacman -Syyu

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#9

have you copied and pasted the commands in your terminal?

https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Pacman-mirrors-manpage

https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Pacman-mirrors#TL:DR

https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Create_your_own_Custom_Mirrorlist

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#10

I copied and pasted then I typed. Same response

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#11

What you typed? After that command just pres Enter

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#12

Reboot and try again. I have edited some links in my previous post.

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#13

Sorry, I first tried copy & paste. When that failed I typed. I pressed enter after each command.

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#14

Hi bogdancovaciu. Tried this but got the error ’ --geoip is an unrecognized argument

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#15

If after you reboot, as kindly suggested by @banjo you still get that, i would ask for
'inxi -Fxxz`
from terminal so we are sure you run Manjaro and/or is not a very old installation … :slight_smile:

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#16

After I rebooted, I typed inxi -Fxxz and here is what I got.
Kernel: 4.4.19-1-MANJARO i686 (32 bit gcc: 6.1.1)
Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 (Gtk 2.24.30) dm: lightdm
Distro: Manjaro Linux

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#17

Right, you are running Manjaro32
the linux kernel on your side is 4.4.19 when on an updated system is 4.4.176
That means you did not updated in a year or so …

I would kindly call @jonathon to the rescue, but to be honest, if this was my install i would not bother anybody :slight_smile: but here i’m playing the D advocate :smiley:

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#18

I really do not wish to be a bother but I just downloaded this last week and I selected the “LTS” version. How do I update to 4.4.176? I selected ‘System’ then ‘Software Updates’ and it said my system is up to date.

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#19

What iso did you used?

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#20

Are you shure your system is not 64bit compatible ? Specs, specs, specs…

otherwise:

http://manjaro32.org/

https://forum.manjaro.org/tags/manjaro32

Here you get manjaro:

This is manjaro32:

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#21

I used iso 16.08-i686 which I believe is correct for my 32 bit system

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#22

Well, the OP decided to censor the inxi -Fxxz and provide the shortest version of it …
From a simple package install, that exists in the repo, as pointed out, now we are discussing installs of Manjaro

So i was wrong … that is a 3 years old version … :slight_smile:

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#23

the last manjaro32 is 18.0.2

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#24

Unless you’re really set on using the existing installation you might want to reinstall with an 18.0.2 image.

You might be able to transition to manjaro32 but you’re a very long way back from the current packages.

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#25

Thank you jonathon and all who helped with this. You folks are terrific. I will try the new download to get up the the latest version.

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