Can someone help me :'(

Installing Manjaro Gamin Edition was an unlucky decission. But we will try to fix.

An easier way would be to download an new Manjaro ISO and install that. This will update without problems. Would you like to do it? :hugs:

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i would love it but have to help me :blush:

For that error to fix you need to comment [mgame] in the file /etc/pacman.conf by writing a # at the begin of the line.
sudo nano /etc/pacman.conf

#Include = /etc/pacman.d/mgame-something

to save press Ctrl+X, then Y and Enter.

Hey, Manjaro noob here. I have been using Manjaro since December 2017, and honestly, as much crap manjaro gives me a few times a year for my novice linux skills, it's worth it. And the community is great and helpful. :slight_smile: Don't reinstall windows, man!


SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
Server =$arch
Include = /etc/pacman.d/mgame-something

LIKE THIS :sweat_smile:

When asking questions in the forum, it would be most helpful to all members if you provide some basic information.
When you provide info from the terminal, usually from your logs, you have to enclose it in code blocks, so they are easy to read. Select the code/text and click the post edit toolbar button </> . Another handy way is to use 3 backticks ` at the start and 3 more at the end of the text like this:
text or code here

No ; #Include = /etc/pacman.d/mgame-something ###### # in front

Sorry, i am quiet now

Ok, to download a new manjaro I recommend to run in terminal
wget ''
or simply download the .iso file from the browser:

A little help to get a fresh pacman.conf:

wget -O - | pkexec tee /etc/pacman.conf

(using pkexec instead of sudo otherwise it's a bit tricky to see when you need to put in the password :joy:)

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make this to this:

#SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
#Server = [$arch](
#Include = /etc/pacman.d/mgame-something

all lines in that file which have to do with mgame. (It is an old side project and its mirror is dead.)

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sorry for bothering you guys , since im really bad at this :slightly_frowning_face:

Ok, try the command of @anon35400795 then (instead of editing /etc/pacman,conf manually):
wget -O - | pkexec tee /etc/pacman.conf
sudo pacman -Syu

Also a recent mirrorlist:

wget -O - | pkexec tee /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

just need to type y-y-y-y-y right?

:: Starting full system upgrade...
:: Replace attica-qt5 with extra/attica? [Y/n] y
:: Replace compositeproto with extra/xorgproto? [Y/n]

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Total Download Size: 1385,10 MiB
Total Installed Size: 5882,33 MiB
Net Upgrade Size: 911,69 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n]

im waiting till the new manjaro download ends then start this right ;p ?

i donwload the new manjaro :thinking:

Before you update burn the new ISO to a USB stick. (It is a safer way if the update doesn't succeed.)
Can you find the program SuSe Imagewriter in the menu?
Do you have an empty USB stick?

cant find suse i dont think i have it , and i have an usb 8 GB but needs to format i have somethings on it

If you can back up the valuable data from the USB stick to somewhere else? A mobile phone for example.
You can alternatively burn the ISO to a DVD.
You can install Imagewriter: sudo pacman -S imagewriter

i have win 10 on usb so i dont need it :neutral_face:

No, that you should keep for the case you want back to Windows.

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