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bluesfreak72
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[OPEN] Strange network issues...

Post by bluesfreak72 » Sun Jul 29, 2018 2:44 pm

I attempted to install arcolinuxb-awesome-v6.9.2-2018.07.24.iso on a physical drive on a HP wx4600 Workstation. It is older hardware with an Intel Core 2 Duo and 4 GB RAM. When the installer got to running 'pacman -Sy' it errored out saying it couldn't find the database. On the LiveCD, I tried numerous websites and was only able to bring up Google and Facebook. I pinged all the sites I tried in the browser. I tried pamac and it also couldn't find the database. Google and Facebook were the only 2 sites that would return packets. I've tried other Arch based distros (Arch, Manjaro, Antergos, etc...) and all have the same issue. I have 2 other distros (Funtoo and Nixos) on this machine where the network works as it should. I've been banging my head on google and any other search engine I can think of to try to figure this out with no joy. I really want to check Arco out. Any assistance with this will be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to reply with any questions you may have.

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Re: Strange network issues...

Post by xeoncpu » Mon Jul 30, 2018 7:25 am

Hi first start here : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Ne ... figuration

or debug issue like this: pacman -Syu --debug > pac.log and post result

another is sudo pacman -Syy or sudo pacman - Syu

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Re: [OPEN] Strange network issues...

Post by erikdubois » Wed Aug 22, 2018 11:21 am

Is this still an issue?
Learn, have fun and enjoy.
But first use the power of the Arch Wiki
use the tutorials on https://www.youtube.com/erikdubois
then use the power of google
and only then use the power of our moderators.


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