Hello community, for some time now I have been getting this announcement every time installation is executed, and packages are updated within pamac.
I thought I’d report it just in case it needed to be documented or the team might not be aware of it.
Warning: manjaro-hello: installed version (0.7.0-6) is newer than extra (0.7.0-5)
My version is also
$ pamac info manjaro-hello 1 ↵
Name : manjaro-hello
Version : 0.7.0-5
Description : A tool providing access to documentation and support for new Manjaro users.
URL : https://gitlab.manjaro.org/applications/manjaro-hello
Licences : GPL
Repository : extra
Installed Size : 387.0 kB
Groups : --
Depends On : gtk3 manjaro-application-utility manjaro-icons python-gobject web-installer-url-handler
Optional Dependencies : gnome-layout-switcher
Required By : --
Optional For : --
Provides : --
Replaces : --
Conflicts With : --
Packager : Mark Wagie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Build Date : Wed 05 Apr 2023 16:17:16
Install Date : Tue 11 Apr 2023 14:56:30
Install Reason : Explicitly installed
Validated By : Signature
Backup files : --
So I’m thinking it’s safe if you wish to downgrade it:
pamac upgrade --enable-downgrade
Or I think:
sudo pacman -Syuu manjaro-hello
Although, if it works and you have no problems, you can safely ignore it and it’ll catch up eventually.
Hope this helps!
Oh I see this is excellent, it works correctly, that’s why I haven’t moved it for a long time. Thank you very much for answering.
This is because at some point,
manjaro-hello was upgraded to a higher version, but then this newer version was pulled from the repo again for some reason.
If you want to get rid of the warning message, just issue…
sudo pacman -Syuu
… in a terminal window. You only need to do this once, and then your
manjaro-hello will be on the same version again as the one in the repo.
Thank you, there were several who also asked about the notice and I was not sure what answer to give.
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