sudo pacman -Syuview story

http://chakra-project.org – I had also the problem with pacman.conf. There are be two [option] sections in that file. (HowTos)

Beginners' Guide stumped on pacman -Syyu curlview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – EdTheUniqueGeek wrote:I was just following the Beginners' Guide. If I should be skipping the rankmirrors section then I guess I will.Beginners' Guide clearly state to uncomment server close to you in /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist this is important default step to execute. Other steps are alternative - which is good. (HowTos)

nautilus-elementary installation errorview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Are you installing from a package or building manually?Do you have 'automake' package installed (pacman -Q automake)?If you are planning to build packages, make sure you have the packages from package groups 'base' and 'base-devel' installed in your system (pacman -S base base-devel) josephg https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=29428 2012-04-20T03:29 (HowTos)

pacman update errorview story

http://chakra-project.org – setuptools as been removed from the repository and you should have some package depending on it:sudo pacman -Rdd setuptoolssudo pacman -Sy python-distributesudo pacman -Syyu (HowTos)

Nvidia 173xx, Kernel 3.2, and X server 1.10.6. Fresh install guide.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I have been doing it this way:First Time:1. Used the "downgrade" script to install prebuilt xorg-server 1.10.4-1 and xf86-input-evdev 2.6.0-3 from ARM.2. Add IgnorePkg = xorg-server xf86-input-evdev to pacman.conf3. Add nomodeset to grub.cfg to prevent the previous nouveau module from loading at boot. (blacklist didn't work)4. Remove display manager from rc.conf & reboot.5. (HowTos)

Makepkg does not create packageview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Oops. I must have been confused with the -S option in pacman giwrg98 https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=59185 2012-04-17T13:27:05Z (HowTos)

dpkg: requires lzma error on upgrade.view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Dpkg is not needed by pacman. I believe that unless you know you need dpkg, you probbably don't. Do you have lzma installed? Can you post the full output of pacman? adamrehard https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=53888 2012-04-16T23:42:44Z (HowTos)

kernel 3.3view story

http://chakra-project.org – My opinion:If you don't know how to patch a Kernel yourself, how pacman, mkinitcpio, pkgbuild,...  do work and generally aren't a very  tech-savy power user... NO! DON'T DO IT!If you'd know how to safely compile and test the PKGBUILD, you probably wouldn't ask this question in the first place. (HowTos)

Is there a way to "clean up" my package system?view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Gcool wrote:One thing that might help you with your cleanup.# pacman -Qdtwill list all "orphans" (no longer required as dependencies) which should be safe to remove.I've read that one cannot fully trust the outcome of this command and that they should always make sure that the packages listed are indeed not needed instead. Is this valid? (HowTos)

Problems with glibc and updating pacmanview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – jasonwryan wrote:Aside: it's really fscking sad that I have come to quoting myself...It's a circular dependency. stlarch https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=45035 2012-04-12T06:36:42Z (HowTos)