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Re: New primary mirror

Reply #30
How come there are packages in [system] that are later versions of [system-testing]?
For example "bash" and "linux-api-headers" as examples, if not the only ones.

This was basically a rebuild earlier. We tried to be in sync with arch versions in testing, and this is gonna be fixed with the move from testing to stable repos.

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #31
I haven't got any new updates from [system], [galaxy], or [world] for about a week or so. did I do something wrong? or has there just not been any new updates?

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #32
I haven't got any new updates from [system], [galaxy], or [world] for about a week or so. did I do something wrong? or has there just not been any new updates?
Please enable [system-testing] [world-testing] and [galaxy-testing] in your /etc/pacman.conf if you want to receive updates
If I can hit that bullseye, the rest of the dominoes will fall like a house of cards. Checkmate!

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #33
Please enable [system-testing] [world-testing] and [galaxy-testing] in your /etc/pacman.conf if you want to receive updates
Is this the advised procedure or is it only for the ones of us who are in a hurry for the latest and greatest?

Sorry, no flame intended :) just need the advice!

By the way, my system is working perfectly, as since I migrated to Manjaro openrc, from Debian. A big *thank you* to the bold devs! You have to stand for your believes!
The only thing is that I have about 40 packages younger than the repos, but that does not worry me, I'll catch up soon, I'm sure. As long as my mission critical machine stays tuned with no glitches (MacBook pro 8.2).


Re: New primary mirror

Reply #35
I am stuck on the "Artix Buildbot <[email protected]>" is marginal trust when installing the new system-testing/artix-mirrorlist-20170923, invalid or corrupted file (PGP sig). I have tried to locally sign this, I have commented out SigLevel... I am not sure what to do next

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #36
You can edit your /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist and see if your artix mirrors have these
Code: [Select]
# Artix mirrors

Server = http://mirror1.artixlinux.org/repos/$repo/os/$arch
Server = http://artix.wheaton.edu/repos/$repo/os/$arch/
Server = http://mirror.strits.dk/artix-linux/repos/$repo/os/$arch
Server = https://mirrors.dotsrc.org/artix-linux/repos/$repo/os/$arch
Server = https://www.uex.dk/repos/artix/repos/$repo/os/$arch


Somehow you are stuck with an ?outdated artix-keyring? and signatures don't match?
Check on /usr/share/pacman/keyrings
Mine are 20170805-1

I am surprised nobody has responded in 6days but it seems as a weird problem.  Is this the only file that is giving you a signature problem?
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Re: New primary mirror

Reply #37
Please enable [system-testing] [world-testing] and [galaxy-testing] in your /etc/pacman.conf if you want to receive updates


If system-testing must be above system shouldn't world and galaxy-testing also be above their corresponding rep/s?
I tried this, reversing the order from the artix original pacman.conf and it gives a ton of upgrades available.  Could this
be a source of some problems we have been having, like mysterious freezes etc.?
So if testing repositories are below the stable, does it matter whether they are there at all?

Code: [Select]
sudo pacman -Syyu

:: Synchronizing package databases...
 system-testing                                    91.2 KiB   380K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 system                                           153.4 KiB   426K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world                                            101.2 KiB   440K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world-testing                                    156.1 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy                                            11.8 KiB   590K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy-testing                                    42.9 KiB   429K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 extra                                           1661.5 KiB   425K/s 00:04 [##########################################] 100%
 community                                          4.1 MiB   424K/s 00:10 [##########################################] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
 there is nothing to do
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo leafpad /etc/pacman.conf
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -Syyu
:: Synchronizing package databases...
 system-testing                                    91.2 KiB   365K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 system                                           153.4 KiB   426K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world-testing                                    156.1 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world                                            101.2 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy-testing                                    42.9 KiB   429K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy                                            11.8 KiB   393K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 extra                                           1661.5 KiB   426K/s 00:04 [##########################################] 100%
 community                                          4.1 MiB   423K/s 00:10 [##########################################] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (45) acpid-openrc-20170919-1  archlinux-appstream-data-20170929-1  artix-backgrounds-0.5.1-1
              artix-grub-theme-0.3.3-1  artix-grub-theme-common-0.3.3-1  artools-base-0.6.1-1  bluez-libs-5.47-2
              git-2.14.2-1  libatasmart-0.19-3  libcups-2.2.4-2  libgudev-232-1  libinput-1.8.3-1  libmbim-1.14.2-1
              libnm-1.8.4-1  libnm-glib-1.8.4-1  libpulse-11.1-1  networkmanager-1.8.4-1  pamac-6.0.3-2
              pamac-tray-appindicator-6.0.3-2  pulseaudio-11.1-1  qt5-base-5.9.2-1  qt5-declarative-5.9.2-1
              qt5-location-5.9.2-1  qt5-multimedia-5.9.2-1  qt5-quickcontrols-5.9.2-1  qt5-script-5.9.2-1
              qt5-sensors-5.9.2-1  qt5-speech-5.9.2-1  qt5-svg-5.9.2-1  qt5-webchannel-5.9.2-1  qt5-webengine-5.9.2-1
              qt5-webkit-5.212.0alpha2-5  qt5-x11extras-5.9.2-1  qt5-xmlpatterns-5.9.2-1  sddm-0.16.0-1  udisks2-2.7.3-1
              upower-0.99.6-1  xf86-input-libinput-0.26.0-1  xf86-video-amdgpu-1.4.0-1  xf86-video-ati-1:7.10.0-1
              xf86-video-intel-1:2.99.917+781+gc8990575-1  xf86-video-nouveau-1.0.15-2  xf86-video-openchrome-0.6.0-2
              xorg-server-1.19.4-1  xorg-server-common-1.19.4-1

Total Download Size:   100.90 MiB
Total Installed Size:  403.04 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:       21.34 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] n

I did try this, I'm going through what was updated (past 3-4 hours) my wifi-connection seems more stable now, pamac 6 looks interesting but looking through AUR is not as simple as it was before.  Everything OK till now.
anti-X  - artix - obarun - Void - systemD Free Space

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Re: New primary mirror

Reply #38
If system-testing must be above system shouldn't world and galaxy-testing also be above their corresponding rep/s?
I tried this, reversing the order from the artix original pacman.conf and it gives a ton of upgrades available.  Could this
be a source of some problems we have been having, like mysterious freezes etc.?
So if testing repositories are below the stable, does it matter whether they are there at all?

Code: [Select]
sudo pacman -Syyu

:: Synchronizing package databases...
 system-testing                                    91.2 KiB   380K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 system                                           153.4 KiB   426K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world                                            101.2 KiB   440K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world-testing                                    156.1 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy                                            11.8 KiB   590K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy-testing                                    42.9 KiB   429K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 extra                                           1661.5 KiB   425K/s 00:04 [##########################################] 100%
 community                                          4.1 MiB   424K/s 00:10 [##########################################] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
 there is nothing to do
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo leafpad /etc/pacman.conf
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -Syyu
:: Synchronizing package databases...
 system-testing                                    91.2 KiB   365K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 system                                           153.4 KiB   426K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world-testing                                    156.1 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world                                            101.2 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy-testing                                    42.9 KiB   429K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy                                            11.8 KiB   393K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 extra                                           1661.5 KiB   426K/s 00:04 [##########################################] 100%
 community                                          4.1 MiB   423K/s 00:10 [##########################################] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (45) acpid-openrc-20170919-1  archlinux-appstream-data-20170929-1  artix-backgrounds-0.5.1-1
              artix-grub-theme-0.3.3-1  artix-grub-theme-common-0.3.3-1  artools-base-0.6.1-1  bluez-libs-5.47-2
              git-2.14.2-1  libatasmart-0.19-3  libcups-2.2.4-2  libgudev-232-1  libinput-1.8.3-1  libmbim-1.14.2-1
              libnm-1.8.4-1  libnm-glib-1.8.4-1  libpulse-11.1-1  networkmanager-1.8.4-1  pamac-6.0.3-2
              pamac-tray-appindicator-6.0.3-2  pulseaudio-11.1-1  qt5-base-5.9.2-1  qt5-declarative-5.9.2-1
              qt5-location-5.9.2-1  qt5-multimedia-5.9.2-1  qt5-quickcontrols-5.9.2-1  qt5-script-5.9.2-1
              qt5-sensors-5.9.2-1  qt5-speech-5.9.2-1  qt5-svg-5.9.2-1  qt5-webchannel-5.9.2-1  qt5-webengine-5.9.2-1
              qt5-webkit-5.212.0alpha2-5  qt5-x11extras-5.9.2-1  qt5-xmlpatterns-5.9.2-1  sddm-0.16.0-1  udisks2-2.7.3-1
              upower-0.99.6-1  xf86-input-libinput-0.26.0-1  xf86-video-amdgpu-1.4.0-1  xf86-video-ati-1:7.10.0-1
              xf86-video-intel-1:2.99.917+781+gc8990575-1  xf86-video-nouveau-1.0.15-2  xf86-video-openchrome-0.6.0-2
              xorg-server-1.19.4-1  xorg-server-common-1.19.4-1

Total Download Size:   100.90 MiB
Total Installed Size:  403.04 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:       21.34 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] n

I did try this, I'm going through what was updated (past 3-4 hours) my wifi-connection seems more stable now, pamac 6 looks interesting but looking through AUR is not as simple as it was before.  Everything OK till now.


I did the same and all seems to be fine, till now; more: the libcurl-compat incompatibility has been resolved.

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #39
Somethings that may seem obvious to experienced arch-users are not so obvious to us arch-newbies, nor should people interpolate arch instructions as valid artix instructions.  I had opened a thread for a potential FAQ but nobody seemed interested in contributing.
anti-X  - artix - obarun - Void - systemD Free Space

I can no longer participate in a public forum side by side with neo-nazis and NSA trolls in a moderated sterile environment that is good for business.
Obviously the terms Open and Free mean nothing to you, or your business!

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #40
If system-testing must be above system shouldn't world and galaxy-testing also be above their corresponding rep/s?
I tried this, reversing the order from the artix original pacman.conf and it gives a ton of upgrades available.  Could this
be a source of some problems we have been having, like mysterious freezes etc.?
So if testing repositories are below the stable, does it matter whether they are there at all?

Code: [Select]
sudo pacman -Syyu

:: Synchronizing package databases...
 system-testing                                    91.2 KiB   380K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 system                                           153.4 KiB   426K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world                                            101.2 KiB   440K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world-testing                                    156.1 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy                                            11.8 KiB   590K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy-testing                                    42.9 KiB   429K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 extra                                           1661.5 KiB   425K/s 00:04 [##########################################] 100%
 community                                          4.1 MiB   424K/s 00:10 [##########################################] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
 there is nothing to do
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo leafpad /etc/pacman.conf
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo pacman -Syyu
:: Synchronizing package databases...
 system-testing                                    91.2 KiB   365K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 system                                           153.4 KiB   426K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world-testing                                    156.1 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 world                                            101.2 KiB   422K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy-testing                                    42.9 KiB   429K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 galaxy                                            11.8 KiB   393K/s 00:00 [##########################################] 100%
 extra                                           1661.5 KiB   426K/s 00:04 [##########################################] 100%
 community                                          4.1 MiB   423K/s 00:10 [##########################################] 100%
:: Starting full system upgrade...
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (45) acpid-openrc-20170919-1  archlinux-appstream-data-20170929-1  artix-backgrounds-0.5.1-1
              artix-grub-theme-0.3.3-1  artix-grub-theme-common-0.3.3-1  artools-base-0.6.1-1  bluez-libs-5.47-2
              git-2.14.2-1  libatasmart-0.19-3  libcups-2.2.4-2  libgudev-232-1  libinput-1.8.3-1  libmbim-1.14.2-1
              libnm-1.8.4-1  libnm-glib-1.8.4-1  libpulse-11.1-1  networkmanager-1.8.4-1  pamac-6.0.3-2
              pamac-tray-appindicator-6.0.3-2  pulseaudio-11.1-1  qt5-base-5.9.2-1  qt5-declarative-5.9.2-1
              qt5-location-5.9.2-1  qt5-multimedia-5.9.2-1  qt5-quickcontrols-5.9.2-1  qt5-script-5.9.2-1
              qt5-sensors-5.9.2-1  qt5-speech-5.9.2-1  qt5-svg-5.9.2-1  qt5-webchannel-5.9.2-1  qt5-webengine-5.9.2-1
              qt5-webkit-5.212.0alpha2-5  qt5-x11extras-5.9.2-1  qt5-xmlpatterns-5.9.2-1  sddm-0.16.0-1  udisks2-2.7.3-1
              upower-0.99.6-1  xf86-input-libinput-0.26.0-1  xf86-video-amdgpu-1.4.0-1  xf86-video-ati-1:7.10.0-1
              xf86-video-intel-1:2.99.917+781+gc8990575-1  xf86-video-nouveau-1.0.15-2  xf86-video-openchrome-0.6.0-2
              xorg-server-1.19.4-1  xorg-server-common-1.19.4-1

Total Download Size:   100.90 MiB
Total Installed Size:  403.04 MiB
Net Upgrade Size:       21.34 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] n

I did try this, I'm going through what was updated (past 3-4 hours) my wifi-connection seems more stable now, pamac 6 looks interesting but looking through AUR is not as simple as it was before.  Everything OK till now.

The latest mirrorlist from "system-testing" had the mirrors sorted with the "testing" repos above the other corresponding repo mirrors. Worked that way for me at least. ;)

Best regards.
We should try to be kind to everyone.....we are all fighting some sort of battle.

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #41
The latest mirrorlist from "system-testing" had the mirrors sorted with the "testing" repos above the other corresponding repo mirrors. Worked that way for me at least. ;)

Best regards.

I admit to my ignorance of the pacnew pacsave action.  Now I know, but I remember when artix first came out with the 1st change in mirrorlist there was talk of replacing mirrorlist with pacnew and mine was already changed.  Little that I knew there were about 8 unattended .conf.pacnew files in my /etc

In Debian once in a while a developer would send an upgrade that overwrote your long developed .conf/.cfg file and that was that.  I'm still adjusting to the respect-user-policy in Arch. 
anti-X  - artix - obarun - Void - systemD Free Space

I can no longer participate in a public forum side by side with neo-nazis and NSA trolls in a moderated sterile environment that is good for business.
Obviously the terms Open and Free mean nothing to you, or your business!

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #42
I finally updated to the new mirror and this what I get when I try to do an update
I am stuck on the "Artix Buildbot <[email protected]>" is marginal trust when installing the new system-testing/artix-mirrorlist-20170923, invalid or corrupted file (PGP sig). I have tried to locally sign this, I have commented out SigLevel... I am not sure what to do next
I have just updated my mirror list and I get the same issue when try ing update. I am currently updating mykeyrings to see if that will help

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #43
I finally updated to the new mirror and this what I get when I try to do an updateI have just updated my mirror list and I get the same issue when try ing update. I am currently updating mykeyrings to see if that will help
If you are receiving the marginal trust issue, you can manually trust it by doing the following :
* Assuming Artix Buildbot key is the culprit


  • Edit the key (0A3EB6BB142C56653300420C1247D995F165BBAC)
Code: [Select]
sudo pacman-key --edit-key 0A3EB6BB142C56653300420C1247D995F165BBAC

  • On gpg console, run trust , and choose ultimate
Code: [Select]
Please decide how far you trust this user to correctly verify other users' keys
(by looking at passports, checking fingerprints from different sources, etc.)

  1 = I don't know or won't say
  2 = I do NOT trust
  3 = I trust marginally
  4 = I trust fully
  5 = I trust ultimately
  m = back to the main menu

Your decision? 5
  • Exit from gpg console by running quit and try to re-update again (sudo pacman -Syyu)
If I can hit that bullseye, the rest of the dominoes will fall like a house of cards. Checkmate!

Re: New primary mirror

Reply #44
I did as you said and it will update but libsodium still gives invalid pgg package. As a workaround I installed the git version from AUR and the rest of the update went through