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A typical day’s worth of updating my machines usually looks a bit like this:

[tim@myhost tmp]$ sudo pacman -Syu
:: Synchronizing package databases...
core is up to date
extra is up to date
community is up to date
multilib is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade...
warning: gnome-disk-utility: ignoring package upgrade (2.30.1-1 => 2.32.0-2)
warning: gvfs: ignoring package upgrade (1.6.3-1 => 1.6.6-1)
warning: kernel26: ignoring package upgrade (2.6.34.3-1 => 2.6.36.3-1)
warning: kernel26-headers: ignoring package upgrade (2.6.34.3-1 => 2.6.36.3-1)
warning: libbonoboui: ignoring package upgrade (2.24.3-1 => 2.24.4-1)
warning: libgnome: ignoring package upgrade (2.30.0-1 => 2.32.0-3)
warning: nvidia: ignoring package upgrade (256.53-1 => 260.19.29-1)
warning: nvidia-utils: ignoring package upgrade (256.53-1 => 260.19.29-1)
warning: proftpd: local (1.3.3-5) is newer than extra (1.3.3c-1)
warning: rdesktop: local (1.6.0_rc1-1) is newer than extra (1.6.0-5)
warning: udev: ignoring package upgrade (151-3 => 165-1)
warning: udisks: ignoring package upgrade (1.0.0-0.20100223 => 1.0.2-1)
warning: youtube-dl: local (2010.12.09-2) is newer than community (2010.12.09-1)
resolving dependencies...
looking for inter-conflicts...

You know it’s bad when you have so many custom packages, that you may as well have your own distribution :).

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