[Dev] "Arch Linux Archive" for Parabola
franco.masotti at student.unife.it
Fri Mar 4 13:27:19 GMT 2016
I'm in the same sitation as yours. Currently I use my laptop less frequently
than the desktop PC, so I update it about twice a month.
Althought I get a lot of systemd errors at boot, when I type:
$ systemctl --failed --all
0 loaded units listed.
On the desktop PC I don't have this problem.
So I wonder if that is due to the low frequency of me updating the PC or
Anyway I think the idea of the snapshots is good if applied server-like or
I-don't-bother-changing-config-files-after-updates systems (which is something
that I actually do, quite often).
On Thu, Mar 03, 2016 at 07:02:02PM -0600, Jorge Araya Navarro wrote:
> Well, I updated two weeks ago after not updating for a month, now I get
> a lot of systemd services failing at boot, thought my laptop boot and
> works fine... but in any case I would challenge your opinion that
> "arch/parabola is not that unstable if you pay attention" lol.
> El lunes 22 de febrero del 2016 a las 1535 horas, fauno escribió:
> > Bruno Dantas <dantas at airpost.net> writes:
> >> I would like to donate the hosting cost for Parabola to have something
> >> similar to the "Arch Linux Archive"
> >> (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_Linux_Archive) collection of
> >> snapshots.
> > this sounds great! i hope someone can have the time to do it :)
> > thanks bruno!
> > ps: IMO arch/parabola is not that unstable if you pay attention, but
> > such sta(b)le repos could be useful not only for downgrading temporarily
> > but also for distributing live isos where you don't have to upgrade the
> > whole system and deal with possible issues when you just want to install
> > a package. then we can provide a way to "upgrade to the next month" or
> > something like that.
> > i believe we discussed something like this on #parabola a long time ago.
> 👋 Pax et bonum.
> Jorge Araya Navarro
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