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Is there a Manjaro equivalent for the Arch Linux Archive? It allows me to upgrade (or roll back) to the state of packages on a particular day. This is needed when some software (eg Pytorch stack) isn't ready to work with a brand new version of Python or CUDA.

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new service at manjaro.tuxboy.eu. online about 2/3 weeks ago. You can find old packages there or use ( if you use manjaro ) manjaro-downgrade package from testing repository. In this repository you find only the packages build from Manjaro team others are always in ALA.

Cheers Stefano

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  • Hi Stefano, is there more information on manjaro.tuxboy.eu? (Or any other Manjaro archive mirror?) I checked it out and it seems promising as an archive mirror. I would really like the option to stick Manjaro to a specific version if needed like Arch does.
    – PVermeer
    Jun 8, 2023 at 12:32
  • Hi, at the moment this service keep only the last ten pkgs specific for Manjaro to integrate with Arch. Jun 11, 2023 at 20:35

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