Greetings lovely community,
After successfully updating to Gnome 41 (that was a close one!), I briefly noticed there’s now a missing AUR package called
llvm10-libs after running
:: Searching databases for updates... :: Searching AUR for updates... -> Missing AUR Packages: llvm10-libs -> Flagged Out Of Date AUR Packages: gdm-prime libgdm-prime there is nothing to do [scott@endeavourOS ~]$
I’ve come across this issue before for other packages, and I know it helps to run
It’s no longer in any of the Arch repos or the AUR. Anyone have any more info on this? I’m assuming it’s safe to simply remove it, but I’d like to know what y’all think about it. Thanks for any input and assistance.
[scott@endeavourOS ~]$ pacman -Qi llvm10-libs Name : llvm10-libs Version : 10.0.1-9 Description : LLVM 10 runtime libraries Architecture : x86_64 URL : https://llvm.org/ Licenses : custom:Apache 2.0 with LLVM Exception Groups : None Provides : None Depends On : gcc-libs zlib libffi libedit ncurses libxml2 Optional Deps : None Required By : None Optional For : None Conflicts With : None Replaces : None Installed Size : 82.95 MiB Packager : Evangelos Foutras <firstname.lastname@example.org> Build Date : Sat 09 Oct 2021 10:46:39 PM EDT Install Date : Tue 19 Oct 2021 09:55:56 PM EDT Install Reason : Installed as a dependency for another package Install Script : No Validated By : Signature
yay -Ss turns up nothing:
[scott@endeavourOS ~]$ yay -Ss llvm10-libs [scott@endeavourOS ~]$
Also worth nothing:
yay report about “missing AUR packages” is a bit misleading.
It seems to mean: I’ve found a package that is not found among available AUR packages.
In practice you may get that message when an installed package is no more available in official or AUR lists. Source: (click here)
Edit: Also noticed that
yay put two empty text documents in my Home folder, called “Flagged” and “Missing” but there’s no info when I open these documents. Bit odd if you ask me.