Unable to upgrade manjaro

i686

#1

I’m unable to upgrade manjaro system which I last updated/upgraded am year ago.

When I run “sudo pacman-Syyuu”, I get the following results.

[rahul@e18hteen ~]$ sudo pacman-Syyuu
[sudo] password for rahul:
:: Synchronizing package databases...
 core
 extra
 community
:: Some packages should be upgraded first...
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (2) archlinux-keyring-20180108-1.0 manjaro-system-20180107-2.0

Total Installed Size: 0.90 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:    0.03 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] Y
(2/2) checking keys in keyring 
downloading required keys...
error: key “77BEA194A234FF8F” could not be looked up remotely 
error: required key missing from keyring 
error: failed to commit transaction (unexpected error)
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded. 

:: Starting full system upgrade...
:: Replace fuse with extra/fuse2? [Y/n] Y

    —- some packages asking for replace —-

I searched for similar posts in the manjaro & archlinux forums. I did try most of the suggestions mentioned but still I’m unable to resolve the issue.

System:    Host: e18hteen  Kernel:  4.4.30-1-MANJARO i686 (32 bit gcc: 6.2.1). Desktop: Xfce 4.12.3 (Gtk 2.24.31)  Distro: Manjaro Linux

Kindly help me. Thanks.


#2

did you try what it says on the forum main page before you log in?

If you’re getting an error similar to “Can’t update: signature from *** is marginal trust” or “invalid or corrupted package” you probably just need to update your package signing keys:

sudo pacman -Sy archlinux-keyring manjaro-keyring
sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux manjaro
sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys

If one fails, try the next then retry, and once all succeed retry the update.

If these still don’t work, check this thread: Issues with “signature is marginal trust” or “invalid or corrupted package”


#4

I followed “nuclear option” mentioned in the link too. But no success.


#5

Seems you are using 32bit version of Manjaro. The support for this has been dropped. However, there is the manjaro32 project. Have a look here: https://manjaro32.org/


#6

Do NOT use “uu” unless you intend to downgrade your entire installation!

WTF told you to do so? WTF did you read it? Those idiots deserve to be spanked! :smiley:


#7

As @c00ter said, don’t use “uu”, maybe this enough:

sudo pacman-mirrors -f 3
sudo pacman -Syyu

#8

@ragavendrarahul, here. Pacman Rosetta is your trusty source for Pacman commands.

Too damn much bad information otherwise abounds. :wink:


#9

@yerri @c00ter Enough now with your spanking, he’s running an i686 system so needs to transition to manjaro32…

@ragavendrarahul Try:

sudo sed -i '/# Branch = /c\Branch = x32-stable' /etc/pacman-mirrors.conf
sudo pacman-mirrors -c all
sudo pacman -Sy archlinux32-keyring-transition
sudo pacman -S archlinux32-keyring
sudo pacman -Syu

#10

Consider @c00ter spanked. :smiley:


#11

Did not know this existed… bookmarked now!


#12

I didn’t pull it out of thin air–someone pointed it out to me–possibly for reasons similar to why I posted it above. :wink:


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