Each update is a new configuration

Hey garudians!
Every time I update Garuda Linux the configurations are reset. I update with -Syyuu, is that the reason?

CPU - Ryzen 3 3250U
RAM - 5.9 GB
Kernel - 5.11.3-131-tkg-bmq

Yes :slight_smile:

Read

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Should be:

Sudo Pacman -Syu
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Read this for more:

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman/Rosetta

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And never use double u unless very necessary.

It increases unnecessary load on servers.

Use double only when you want to explicitly refresh database. But I guess you won't need it because pacman refreshes database every time (unless you refreshed very recently)

Conclusion: use

sudo pacman -Syu

Though I don't think that it is anything related to reseting of configs.

Can you please elaborate which configuration were reset? And which edition are you using? And you updated after how many days?

Also, you're using older edition (I guess because you have tkg kernel). So this might also be the reason.

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The Syyuu command should be reserved for rare occasions such as when your servers were out of sync and you have packages installed which are incorrectly versioned. Syyuu is a command that should only be used in rare instances such as an interrupted update where you are in a partial update situation that needs to be corrected.

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This info (and more details about the issue) is required.

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