while performing updates i noticed that there is a package named garuda-update . What is it for?
It is a foundamental package that self-updates and then updates your system and other stuff (mirrorlists, keyrings, etc.):
E.g. it was updated 1 hour ago to fix the notorious jack2 conflict (and many times in the past for similar situations)
That's awesome.I was wondering why I didn't have that issue although it was being discussed in the forum.
Is this only used in garuda?
Coming from manjaro didn't see anything similar to this.
That's the reason I left there.
I was actually thinking about implementing something like this on manjaro . But you guys have already implemented it. Some things that this distribution does greatly aren't well known .
I actually stumbled upon the garuda-update file (
/usr/bin/garuda-update) last week while I was poking around looking for something else. I took a peek out of curiosity; my favorite part is line 14:
# Run the "I'm too lazy to fix it myself all in one" script
If you like that, you'll love bash-zsh-insults.
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