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#1 2017-04-03 07:35:43

ArchLinuxBeginner
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Failed to install to new root using latest update [-u]

Error log: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6P5eO … p=drivesdk


.log img  :rZUGQsNgl_fHcDEo-tvVHfM9M9R4fzcr1W57z8a-jRZFLp6N2h1FRlSC2dfD6fJxiredehCddg5zFnQ=w1389-h823-rw

Specs     : bNzFi4P.png




I have my first disk /dev/sda as my windows harddrive
and a second disk  /dev/sdb as my linux harddrive
im trying to dual boot.

Github Issue: https://github.com/deadhead420/arch-lin … issues/274

Last edited by ArchLinuxBeginner (2017-04-03 23:58:04)

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#2 2017-04-03 22:47:18

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Re: Failed to install to new root using latest update [-u]

Help? Admins?

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#3 2017-04-18 12:45:20

majzlik
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Re: Failed to install to new root using latest update [-u]

It seems I found solution. I've been trying to install Arch Anywhere for 3 hours now and got the same message. If you take a look at AA site, 2.3.3 release announcement, Deadhead writtes there:

Along with updates to the script I've also created a custom unofficial pacman repository (Arch Anywhere Repo) allowing users to install some pre-compiled packages. This includes: arch-wiki-cli, fetchmirrors, pacaur, & yaourt. More packages coming soon. If there are any custom packages you would like to see added to the repo let me know.

And our error message says "I can't find arch-wiki-cli, fetchmirrors, ...". I didn't include that unofficial repo because I needed clean installation ASAP. So it seems to me there is default value in script "install arch-wiki-cli, fetchmirrors, etc." however if you do not include AA repo, pacman can't find these and throws error.
I already tested and if you include repo, everything works fine.

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