Pamac vanished, and is not in the repo

hey everyone, my pamac app has vanished,

pacman -Ss pamac
Reborn-OS/archlinux-appstream-data 20211018-1.1 [installed: 20211018-1]
    Arch Linux application database for AppStream-based software centers (Fixed for pamac)
Reborn-OS/libpamac-aur 11.1.3-1
    Pamac package manager library based on libalpm
Reborn-OS/pamac-aur 10.2.2-1
    A Gtk3 frontend, Package Manager based on libalpm with AUR and Appstream support
Reborn-OS/pamac-tray-icon-plasma 0.1.3-1.2
    Pamac tray icon for plasma users
[andy@andy1 ~]$

is anyone experiencing the same problem ? Only pamac-aur visible.

pamac-aur is the package offered by default in the RebornOS repository and where flatpak and snap can be enabled if they’re installed. This should serve all possible purposes. Pamac will work normally through the above package.

However, it’s possible to install any other pamac variant from the AUR if you’d prefer that, by simply specifying the repository before the package name, like aur/pamac-aur.

Thanks for the answer, this is new to RebornOs, because until now there was a pamac app in the RebornOs repo, which I found to be better than pamac-aur.
Anyhow now I take what I get :slight_smile:

The one in the Reborn repo should also be the one called pamac-aur :slight_smile:

Tho pamac didn’t disappear on my end hehe

It was added a couple of months ago.

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As far as I know, the Pamac app was installed with the package pamac-aur and has been so earlier too.

I have it back, pamac form RebornOs repo, great :slight_smile: now I remember,
yesterday I lost the package rebornos-cosmic-kde by making some test
about snapd for @rebornosday to help, now I got back pamac by resintalling
rebornos-cosmic-kde and pamac … all good now thanks…

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Haha yes I’ve done that myself when i was messing with pamac myself a while back.
At one point i used pamac to remove pamac :laughing: