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Package Updates (Fri Sep 17 10:57:34 CEST 2021)
unstable community x86_64: 417 new and 381 removed package(s)
unstable core x86_64: 21 new and 18 removed package(s)
unstable extra x86_64: 331 new and 333 removed package(s)
unstable kde-unstable x86_64: 239 new and 239 removed package(s)
unstable multilib x86_64: 9 new and 9 removed package(s)
A detailed list of package changes can be found
No issue, everything went smoothly
Yes there was an issue. I was able to resolve it myself.(Please post your solution)
Yes i am currently experiencing an issue due to the update. (Please post about it)
Check if your mirror has already synced:
I guess i have some questions regarding
Since Manjaro ships it’s own version,
gnome-software is unable to make any system package updates as it doesn’t seem to be noticing that there are updates. Furthermore basically every mirror sync on unstable followed by
pacman -Syyuu or similar
pamac update with enabled downgrade,
wants to downgrade just updated packages. Is somebody else experiencing this or is aware that there is a problem?
For example, just updated package was:
[2021-09-17T09:50:03+0200] [ALPM] upgraded pacman (6.0.1-1 -> 6.0.1-2)
pamac update -a - it wants to downgrade again…
Warning: pacman: downgrading from version 6.0.1-2 to version 6.0.1-1
It’s like there is either only one up to date mirror and by refreshing the mirrors i always get the outdated one or something i didn’t think of yet. However that does not explain why gnome-software is now unable to see
@pux, I have no such issue.
sudo pacman-mirrors -B unstable -c Germany -P https -a
sudo pacman -Syyu
sudo pamac update --force-refresh
operations are not solving the issue of to get rid of
pacman downgrade suggestion?
Well it is a recurring issue since a few weeks or so, but maybe your suggestion to use https mirrors will solve it, I give it a try thanks!
I do normally use
sudo pacman-mirrors -g -f 3 , which always worked fine since years until recently it seems.
It’s not possible to update timeshift as usual.:
Error: The operation could not be performed (Conflicting files)
timeshift: /usr/lib/system/system/grub-btrfs.path exists in the file system (belongs to grub-btrfs)
Errors occurred, no packages were updated.
What do you mean, “as usual?”
I reverted the change and replaced 20.11.1+28+gefed117-2. with 20.11.1+28+gefed117-1 again.
It seems that i found the issue with my mirror list, which is like i thought.
sudo pacman-mirrors --country Germany --api --set-branch unstable
0.084 Germany : https://manjaro.re/
only one mirror was found and, this one is not up to date even if the the status says otherwise.
So, because i updated my packages seconds before on a up to date mirror, by changing to manjaro.re
it want to downgrade my packages.
sudo pacman-mirrors --geoip
0.131 Germany : https://manjaro.re/
sudo pacman-mirrors -g -f 3
0.079 Germany : https://manjaro.re/
@philm this mirror is somehow out of date even if it says otherwise.
0.594 Global : https://mirrors.manjaro.org/repo/ seems to work fine.
Index of /unstable/
state 19-Sep-2021 21:51 276
which is one day behind.
yes ! very strange mirror
unstable is ok for manjaro and pacman, 16 update in community today
curl -s "https://manjaro.re/unstable/community/x86_64/" | grep -i "20-Sep-2021" | wc -l
curl -I https://manjaro.re/unstable/community/x86_64/community.db
date: Mon, 20 Sep 2021 08:51:35 GMT
last-modified: Wed, 08 Sep 2021 23:10:24 GMT
new file since 20 Sep… but this file is same since 08 Sep
since 08 Sep this mirror send “old” database
it’s the only mirror with such an outdated “last-modified”
same for stable:
date: Mon, 20 Sep 2021 09:24:23 GMT
last-modified: Tue, 07 Sep 2021 17:12:35 GMT
while installing linux515 (rc1):
==> WARNING: Possibly missing firmware for module: xhci_pci
Currently running: 5.15.0-1-MANJARO (linux515)
The following kernels are installed in your system:
pacman -Qi linux515 | grep -i version
Version : 5.15.rc1.210918.g6880fa6-1
sudo modinfo xhci_pci
description: xHCI PCI Host Controller Driver
vermagic: 5.15.0-1-MANJARO SMP preempt mod_unload
signer: Build time autogenerated kernel key
Prev. family (at least
linux514) was fixed earlier:
Xhci_pci Warning while building initramfs
The same warning for the rc2:
Package (1) Old Version New Version Net Change Download Size
core/linux515 5.15.rc1.210918.g6880fa6-1 5.15.rc2.210920.ge4e737b-1 -0.01 MiB 97.35 MiB
The patch needs to be updated for 5.15 but hey it’s just a warning
May be it is warning only cause “
possibly missing” and if it could be determined as “missing” for sure, than it probably would be from an error category.
Also generally warnings are usually prevents further errors. Warnings need to be fixed to prevent future errors. That’s the general purpose of warnings and should not just ignore all warnings.
Yes, but I think something was changed on the 5.15 kernel so it doesn’t apply to that?
07:12AM - 02 Jul 21 UTC
Commit a66d21d7dba8 ("usb: xhci: Add support for Renesas controller with
but nothing about the upstream patch itself