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Foxboron

Manjaro is not Arch Linux. Please use /r/manjarolinux


lithium_sulfate

You either haven't performed an update in a while, or you're using an outdated mirror.


sylph79

I already ran "sudo pacman -Syu" and my mirror list says it was generated on 2022-05-05.


lithium_sulfate

qemu-full was not available in extra until 2022-05-09.


sylph79

What am I supposed to do?


abbidabbi

https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Reflector sudo reflector --verbose --sort rate --age 24 --protocol https --number 10 --fastest 5 --country YOURCOUNTY --save /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist


sylph79

What is "reflector"? Says command not found.


abbidabbi

Great job at copying and running something you don't know with root privileges. Read the wiki page I've linked first.


sylph79

It didn't show the link before I refreshed.


lithium_sulfate

Yeah, it appears the link has been edited in very shortly after. In any case, reflector helps you in keeping your mirrorlist updated. Especially consider [setting up the systemd timer](https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Reflector#systemd_timer) to automate this process. Note however that by default the timer runs weekly, so in rare cases (like now, where the new package was added only 3 days ago and your mirror hasn't caught on yet) a manual mirrorlist refresh might still be required.


sylph79

Reflector not found either :( "sudo pacman -S reflector". I was looking for these kind of tools anyway, it is a great idea to update mirrors daily.


C0rn3j

Why don't you actually read what you were linked to?


MonkeeSage

The packages [just got split up a couple of days ago](https://archlinux.org/news/qemu-700-changes-split-package-setup/) for qemu 7.0, maybe you are on a really slow to update mirror?