Manjaro32 update from repo.manjaro32.org

manjaro32

#1

Hi,

I tried an update this morning and got:

error: failed retrieving file ‘manjaro32.db’ from repo.manjaro32.org : The requested URL returned error:
error: failed to update manjaro32 (unexpected error)

My pacman.conf contains:

[manjaro32]
Server = https://repo.manjaro32.org/

then follow the repos from Archlinux32.

Is this still correct?


#2

Edit : removed for outdated guideline

Have you done this after you put the [manjaro32] repo ABOVE others?

https://forum.manjaro.org/t/introducing-manjaro32-org/34634

If you did one of the above, please post the contents of your /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Mod note: Moved this to #technical-issues-and-assistance


#3

Distribution of x32 packages has changed to standard Manjaro mirrors.

Currently a stable branch is not available so you need to ensure your branch in pacman-mirrors.conf is set to testing or unstable what you prefer.

Branch = x32-testing

Pacman-mirrors v4.7 has been released which has support for for x32 branches.

So you can now use pacman-mirrors to create mirror list

sudo pacman-mirrors -f 5

#4

*tfw when something is wrong in your post after @jonathon likes it*

Just realized [manjaro32] is now deprecated and the packages in it are moved into manjaro mirrors, more specifically on x32-testing branch (And also x32-unstable)

You can follow @fhdk steps above to follow the changes by using pacman-mirrors tool, or change the branch in your /etc/pacman/mirrorlist (Assuming you’re still using manjaro mirrors)

e.g :

From

Server = http://manjaro.melbourneitmirror.net/stable/$repo/$arch/

To

Server = http://manjaro.melbourneitmirror.net/x32-testing/$repo/$arch/

#5

The guidelines got changed on https://manjaro32.org/. We removed the overlay package and provide on our normal server framework now. Please adopt to our new instructions.


#6

Welcome, Andreas!