yes it is always a good idea to check.... I have not run into that issue recently but it has happened before.
Ummm I do not think the AUR packages will have anything to do with it because they are UNOFFICIAL. You do not need pamac to install AUR packages. You could go to the AUR site, download the snapshot of the aur package.... extract it and then use
to compile a binary for your system and an installer tar.xz package.You are not allowed to view links.
Register or Login thread covers updates, keyrings and other things =DPardon me if I am off the mark, I just woke up and caffeine has not kicked in yet!
I've had similar issues with manjaro not notifying of updates. Running # pacman -Syyu seems to get it working again. Did for me anyway.
sudo pacman -Syyu
I have said this before and I will say it again.... Pamac (the GUI updater and software center) is not always 100% reliable where running updates are concerned so I am in agreement with
being the most effective way to update the system. Now, I will allow Pamac to update a single package and other times I will allow it to update an AUR item but usually when it is a full system update, the terminal is your friend.
Thread marked SOLVED.... reminder to staff, we should remember to do this One hand washes the other.... you have a notifier which will remind you to open a terminal and run the update... both pacman and pamac drink from the same pond for updates...