[Gambas-user] My incomplete Manjaro Install - Need expert help
cedron at exede.net
Tue Jun 18 18:41:19 CEST 2019
Thanks again. There's always a learning curve, isn't there?
At this point, I'll go as far as agreeing that doing the updates "ought" to get me to the same place so it is worth trying. I sure hope it works.
I did find the mirror stuff while researching the GLIB29 problem this morning.
Do you advise against using the Add/Remove Software GUI vs the command line approach?
----- Original Message -----
From: "tmorehen" <tmorehen at ajm-software.com>
To: "user" <user at lists.gambas-basic.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 12:07:05 PM
Subject: Re: [Gambas-user] My incomplete Manjaro Install - Need expert help
Cedron, those dependency warnings occur all the time, just ignore them. They just mean that pacman is reordering its install list to take into account dependencies.
Don't bother downloading 18.04, it likely will need updates anyway. Just update your current install. You'll wind up in the same place but the total download will be smaller.
Manjaro is a rolling installation so its iso's are always out of date. You should do an update after a fresh install
On 2019-06-18 10:17 a.m., Tony Morehen wrote:
There is no problem here. When you asked pacman to install gambas, it found that your install needed to be updated and so started to do a full system update. System updates occur about once a month and are generally ~300mb in download size. However, a recent update exceeded 1gb, so I'm not surprised that your system needed a 1.2gb download. BTW, there a often smaller updates between system updates, usually for individual packages like Firefox, Chromium, Thunderbird etc
I'd recommend updating your system before installing Gambas.
Step 1(optional): Reset your mirrorlist so that the fastest download servers come first in the list.
This gives you a mirrorlist containing all manjaro mirrors, ordered by speed. You can limit that list to specific countries or region.
sudo pacman-mirrors --country Germany,France,Austria
Step 2: Run a system update.
sudo pacman -Syyu
If you skipped updating your mirrorlist, you can use:
sudo pacman -Syu
Step 3: Install Gambas
sudo pacman -S gambas3
Hope this helps.
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