ewaller wrote:Celeron is not enough information. It has to be a P6 based core or newer to be 686 architecture as required by Arch.You may be out of luck. In all seriousness, you might look into Gentoo. Just don't try a full blown DE -- stick with something simple like i3 or openbox.I'd love to see if arch could be coerced to work, first...Edit:Just did a quick search.
Allan wrote:Packages installed with pacman-4.0 or earlier will not have their method of verification recorded. That was added in pacman-4.1. So "Unknown" means just that. "None" is installation without checking signature or checksum.Cool, thank you!I got around this withcomm -23 <(pacman -Qeq|sort) <(pacman -Qmq|sort) | pacman -S -from https:
Hmmm, rather than going to "pacman -Su" directly, I tried "pacman -Syu --ignore glibc,curl" again, and then "pacman -Su". This time it seemed to complete successfully, and /lib is now a link. Not very sure what is going on, but I guess I am set now.
Yup.* Introducing split -sna and -uxa accel methods: https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit … cd5ac33f4f* unifying them: https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit … 0f21bfb8ccwith some "interesting" changes to the PKGBUILD in between ;PIf OP run 'pacman -Syu xf86-video-intel' and has no ignored package in pacman.conf he should be fine now.
ghostofpacman wrote:jrussell wrote:trypacman -Syy chromiumI think you need to update the pacman mirrors, which is what "-Syy" does*EDITyou might want to have a look at this too, being new https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/En … g_pacmaticThanks! that fixed it.Never do this.