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[manjaro] ignore package update

I installed vuze from AUR but vuze keeps updating itself. When a new version appeared in AUR, I tried to update the vuze package but it failed due to file conflict. Since vuze is actually up-to-date, there is no need to update it from AUR, and I don’t want to see any messages from the package manager either to update this package.

Put this package on an ignore list and thus the package manager won’t want to update it.

Open /etc/pacman.conf and add this line:

IgnorePkg = vuze

You can also specify several packages separated by a space. Both pacman and yaourt will ignore this (these) package(s).

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  1. msx
    August 10, 2015 at 00:22

    After many many years of trying lot of bittorrent clients (including rtorrent) I still stick to Transmission, I absolutely <3 it.

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