New entry in the update-list

hey, i just did a update and now there is a garuda-mirror, so i went to the /etc/pacman.conf and commented the two rows regarding garuda, updated (without said mirrorlist) but afterwards there are two new lines of the just commented lines - uncommented... how do i permanently remove it without having to do it after each update?

Why?

Did you use Garuda Linux?

How you update? (garuda-update or update :slight_smile: )

BTW, where is your gaurda-inxi?

Seems like garuda-update does a good job then :eyes:
The garuda repo is actually supposed to be there, we finally separated our exclusive packages from Chaotic-AUR in favor of an overlay repo recently. The mirrorlist stays the same, packages are the same, they are just occuring separated for pacman, allowing to overlay packages if needed. Also, Chaotic-AUR might become more interesting for other distros as it doesn't contain our packages anymore.

We should be probably prepare an announcement for that, so everyone knows :sweat_smile:

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no, that's why i want it gone again

paru -Syu

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that's not what i asked for, i figured so much on my own, i want my pc to not download nor use the garuda mirror list, my question was how do i disable whatever package/option that forces me to use it.

paru -Syu

dos not add [garuda] to pacman.conf

plus

Pakete nicht im AUR: bluetooth-support  garuda-assistant  garuda-bash-config  garuda-boot-options  garuda-browser-settings  garuda-common-settings  garuda-fish-config  
    garuda-gamer  garuda-hotfixes  garuda-i3-settings  garuda-icons  garuda-libs  garuda-migrations  garuda-network-assistant  garuda-settings-manager  
    garuda-setup-assistant  garuda-starship-prompt  garuda-system-maintenance  garuda-video-linux-config  garuda-welcome  garuda-zsh-config  grub-garuda  gstreamer-meta  
    input-devices-support  networkmanager-support  pipewire-support

Your inxi says otherwise.

I think if you make changes to Garuda Linux, you should be able to fix any problems yourself.

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Then you might as well use plain Arch as it only contains all of our packages.

i thought you meant the mirror, obviously i do if i am here

well, it did, otherwise it wouldn't be in my mirrorlists

I think paru -Syu updated the garuda-hooks package, which includes this:

The part after # Add garuda repo if it doesn't exist did the job.

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can i tell it to not do that without having to remove garuda-hooks and it's dependencies?

I had tested it before I posted.
Now again on another computer.
Same.

There is no garuda-hooks.install in my garuda-hooks. :smiley:

add garuda repo to pacman.conf

librewish authored 4 days ago

???

Last update today.

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You are always right :slight_smile:
I don't know why it was in my mind that this was a job for the hooks. :thinking:
It was a job for our garuda-update:

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I don't think we will be able to help/teach you, destroy your system.
If you don't want to use Garuda, install another OS.

And we, off course, do not help here with problems with other operating systems, such as M$, Ubuntu, Mint, bitten fruit or self-destructed Garuda Linux.

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Ha that's where 90-dracut-install.hook is coming from and failed to run during an garuda-update cuz I don't have dracut package installed. Now things are clear. :slight_smile:
This is off topic but thanks very much for the pic SGS, I know found what created this file on June 25th or 26th. :smiley:

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XY problem. Why would you want to do this anyway, I don't understand?

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I think this is just a simple misunderstanding. You will need the Garuda mirror or your system will break!

If you are getting tired of waiting for all the mirrors to refresh every time you update, it is fine to skip this step by passing the --skip-mirrorlist flag like so:

garuda-update --skip-mirrorlist

This can also be specified as an environment variable in /etc/garuda/garuda-update/config as described here, although this makes the occasional refresh less convenient.

Myself, I have garuda-update --skip-mirrorlist on an alias, and then maybe once a week or so I run the real deal to update the mirrorlist.

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Perhaps you are confused.

The garuda entry in pacman.conf enables the garuda repo. So the mirrorlist for garuda is not adding additional mirrors to the same old Arch repos, but listing out the mirrors for the garuda repo. If you forcibly remove/disable the mirrors for garuda repo, you cut off the supply of updates to the garuda-created applications. If you still want to be using Garuda Linux, you have to keep it enabled.

If not, then as others have said, you might as well use Arch.

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