[pacman unstable] local is newer than core

pacman: local (6.0.1-7) is newer than core (6.0.1-6)

do i have to downgrade? Maybe i did miss some msg? Maybe is common on unstable to see this kind of messages?

Refresh your mirrors first:

sudo pacman-mirrors -f 5
pamac update --force-refresh

That being said, the current, most recent version I’ve found is 6.0.1-3.

From https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php/Switching_Branches:

Be aware that after switching to a more stable branch you will receive messages from pacman, informing about newer packages installed than available in the repo. Don’t be alarmed as the situation will resolve itself when the packages reaches your current branch.

Looks like you are on ARM.
I did downgrade the pacman package in unstable branch, as the new one (-7) seems to have issues on first boot on devices. But if this is a running installation, this update/downgrade should not matter to you. You can do either one. If you downgrade the message will be gone in next update. If you don’t, the message will still be there.

I wouldn’t say it’s common, but it does happen sometimes when we put something in unstable, that does not quite work, we revert the update.


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