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Tue, Aug 6, 2019 12:53 AM

mirror.archlinuxarm.org not being found after new AT&T network up and running

I have Arch linux running on a headless pi zero.  Now when I do pacman -Syu nothing shows up but error messages indicating that mirror.archlinuxarm.org isn't found.  How do I work around that or fix it permanently.  Why doesn't AT&T know about this?

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Hi, @CokerJD71.

Since the equipment you're using is not AT&T equipment, assistance will be very limited.

If you're able to resolve the domain mirror.archlinuxarm.org on a device connected to your AT&T Internet, then you will need to reach out to the manufacturer or developer for the best assistance.

If you aren't able to access that domain from a device on your internet, let us know, so we know how to proceed.

John, AT&T Community Specialist

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Actually, I've discovered that the issue had nothing to do with the new fiber optic internet or any of the new addressing, etc. Evidently a day before Suddenlink was to expire I updated the little pi zero. It ran as usual. After reading a few ArchLinuxARM forums it became apparent that something was introduced with the systemd.resolved service. I stopped that service and it updated as usual. I'm trying to file a bug report concerning this. This timing of the new internet was just coincidental. I could disable the service that is not a long term solution to the problem. All 8 of my other computers seem to be working just fine. Thanks, we mark this on solved.
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