Hi, was trying to update via pamac, pacman and yay, and either one is working, does anyone know a way to do it? this is happening from 2 days now.
LANG=C yay -Syu 1 ✘ 21s
:: Synchronizing package databases...
core is up to date
extra is up to date
community is up to date
multilib is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade...
there is nothing to do
:: Searching databases for updates...
:: Searching AUR for updates...
-> Missing AUR Packages: adwaita-maia firefox-gnome-theme-maia gnome-shell-extension-vertical-overview gnome-system-log libgweather manjaro-dynamic-wallpaper manjaro-firmware manjaro-gnome-tour tracker tracker-miners
-> Missing AUR Debug Packages: ffmpeg-obs-debug
-> Orphaned AUR Packages: gn-m85
-> Flagged Out Of Date AUR Packages: flann fspy python-cx-freeze-qfix
:: 3 Packages to upgrade.
3 aur/cctag 1.0.1-2 -> 1.0.3-2
2 aur/ceres-solver 2.1.0-1 -> 2.1.0-2
1 aur/gimp-devel 2.99.12-2 -> 2.99.14-1
==> Packages to exclude: (eg: "1 2 3", "1-3", "^4" or repo name)
-> Could not find all required packages:
babl>=0.1.98 (Wanted by: gimp-devel)
gegl>=0.4.40 (Wanted by: gimp-devel)
It’s not in the repo which is why you have to install it by source.
You don’t need to uninstall it, you can just unpack new version, build it and install to the same place.
But in case you still need to uninstall it, you can run make uninstall (if folder with source code is still available) or just remove folder with git (run which git, it will show you installation folder, eg. /use/local/bin or ~/bin/).
Ooops…still learning, glad I didn’t crash my computer
I thought with that I would be removing the packages as you suggested because they no longer exists, but in fact i’ve both versions of Gimp, the normal 2.10… and also de 2.99… dev…cause i’m using both, so i’d like to keep them, but be able to update them (hope i’ve made myself understandable)
So, should i run: yay -R gegl and then yay -R bable?
Oohhh…sorry, i’m also still understanding how this forum works…now i see that there were some highlighted part in the quote, and was not referring to all of it (i asumed that, and was why i wanted to delete thos packages…), so, i’ll delete only these packages without using sudo: