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pamac - troubleshooting
« on: 26. July 2013, 00:31:25 »
If you find an issue in pamac please check also our wiki. For most of the known issues since Manjaro 0.8.6 there is a workaround to solve them. New issues have to be reported on our bugtracker

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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #1 on: 26. July 2013, 03:24:14 »
Besides the replace, is also the handling with Manjaro-system also improved?

sometime i did use the updater it show manjaro-system and in a sec it goes further..does it gave also more love to manjaro-system? or is replace the general bug of it?

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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #2 on: 30. July 2013, 19:16:42 »
It is just another workaround. The bug is still there.

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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #3 on: 10. August 2013, 11:30:23 »
This bug is fixed in pamac 0.7.5.1

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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #4 on: 10. August 2013, 17:51:04 »
Yes, the bug was fixed with my last build from git. We still have the replace <=version bug which occurred with bluez.

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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #5 on: 10. August 2013, 17:59:36 »
why not split the pamac-tray and manager :)  just try build an terminal envirement with in  an python envirement and do just pacman?
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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #6 on: 10. August 2013, 18:23:12 »
pamac uses libalpm directly and is a pacman replacement. octopi uses pacman and is a frontend. That's the difference.

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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #7 on: 10. August 2013, 18:24:08 »
ah ok in times will fix im sure.
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Re: pamac - troubleshooting
« Reply #8 on: 04. September 2013, 22:43:22 »
gnome-polkit now doesn't autostart anymore outside of Gnome. A replacement for XFCE and Co. is now lxpolkit. manjaro-system will detect your running session and install lxpolkit if needed. You might see one of theses screenshots:
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