After a fresh install from ISO running
yay -Su gives:
:: Searching AUR for updates...
:: Searching databases for updates...
-> Packages not in AUR: gtk3-nocsd manjaro-sway-settings manjaro-sway-wallpapers oh-my-zsh rofi-wayland wlay zeit
-> Orphan (unmaintained) AUR Packages: flashfocus
:: 1 Packages to upgrade/install.
1 aur/wlsunset 0.2.0-3 -> 0.3.0-1
==> Packages to exclude: (eg: "1 2 3", "1-3", "^4" or repo name)
-> Excluding packages may cause partial upgrades and break systems
What is it with those packages? Do they not exist anywhere? Have they moved?
wlsunset failed to upgrade because some it coudn’t find
wayland-client on my system and neither could I find it on the internet, only references to Ubuntu.
Can you help me with any of these?
1 - Dont use an AUR helper for system upgrades.
2 - Always sync when upgrading and vice versa.
On to the thing itself … sway is a community edition.
And its true those packages do not appear to be present in the repos or the AUR.
Its extra odd considering it seems the ISO was built recently.
Yes, I managed to fix it by running
sudo sh -c "curl -s https://pkg.manjaro-sway.download/$(pacman-mirrors -G)/ > /etc/pacman.d/manjaro-sway.repo.conf" apparently when I ran mirrors update from pamac it overwrote that configuration, or maybe it was never there, I cannot possibly know now.
But after that it is fixed.
Thank you nevertheless.
It seems you’re missing the manjaro-sway repo. See
EDIT: It seems you already figured it out.
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