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    Hello, I use gnome and the while the package manager shows no updates, from a terminal running pacman -Suy there are updates. How to fix that in the graphical package manager? Thanks

  • Have you tried to reboot the system?

  • Yes I have tried.

  • Try reinstall pamac, you can do that within pamac also if you find that easier.

  • @etsi

    You may also check (and edit) your mirrors in /etc/pacman.d/antergos-mirrorlist and /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist, they may be outdated. There may also be updated mirrors in *.pacnew files.

    And anyway, run

    pacman -Syyu
    
  • @manuel said in Package Manager:

    @etsi

    You may also check (and edit) your mirrors in /etc/pacman.d/antergos-mirrorlist and /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist, they may be outdated. There may also be updated mirrors in *.pacnew files.

    And anyway, run

    pacman -Syyu
    

    This works from terminal, or pacman -Syu. It updates mirrors and there packages to install. The graphical paman shows no packages even if I refresh mirrors. I can only view AUR updates from pamac.

  • Which Pamac version do you use?

  • @etsi
    Seems like you just have an old version of pamac.

  • pamac-6.1.1-1

  • @etsi
    Strange. That version should work.

  • @etsi and you may giove more information, like date of the last update …

  • I have this problem since pamac changed the layout with the categories and the icons and I have to use only pacman for the updates. It didn’t happened today but I can’t find out what is wrong for a long time.

    This is my problem exactly.

    https://github.com/manjaro/pamac/issues/334

  • Am I understanding correctly that today the update notifier worked and it’s just the Antergos repo updates that don’t show?

  • It shows only updates from AUR. If I turn off AUR from pamac then the message “Your system is up-to-date” appears.

    If I run pacman of course there are updates from antergos.

  • Have you tried to reinstall yet, because the problem your link is referring to is solved by the new version.

  • Tried pacman -R and -S . Is there a path somewhere keeping config or cache?

  • @etsi

    Maybe pacman -Rsn pamac first, then install. Does that help?

  • Didn’t work but I didn’t try to reboot after that. I will try it after a new update because I had to use pacman to update some apps.

  • to clean pacman cache first: sudo pacman -Sc
    BUT give us the version of installed pamac first pacman -Qs pamac

  • @etsi said in Package Manager:

    pacman to update some apps

    it is not good to do partly updates with pacman…

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