This procedure is indicated for all those who have not updated the reborn-mirrorlist file, as indicated in Announcements.
The drawback arises due to the OSDN problem, which only allows uploading files at a speed of 16K, and with a waiting time for access of about 5 minutes.
The most important change is to place the following repository as the first mirror in the /etc/pacman.d/reborn-mirrorlist file:
# RebornOS repo: repo.rebornos.org Server = https://repo.rebornos.org/RebornOS
If they have not made this change, we are going to indicate the steps to follow below. From the terminal:
wget https://repo.rebornos.org/RebornOS/rebornos-mirrorlist-20210430-2-any.pkg.tar.zst sudo pacman -U rebornos-mirrorlist-20210430-2-any.pkg.tar.zst wget https://repo.rebornos.org/RebornOS/rebornos-update-rmirrors-20210503-1-any.pkg.tar.zst sudo pacman -U rebornos-update-rmirrors-20210503-1-any.pkg.tar.zst sudo update-rmirrors
Following these steps (do them with copy and paste) at the end, you will have the updated list of mirrors.
Why this procedure
When the mirrors are updated in Arch Linux, what is done is to create a file with the new mirrors, which will have the same name as the original, but with the addition of the extension .pacnew (Arch Linux takes these files from mirrors as system files, and cannot be modified). In the case of reborn-mirrorlist, the file reborn-mirrorlist.pacnew will be created. If the RebornOS mirror update file contains a listing exactly the same as the one on your system, then the file with the extension pacnew will not be created.
update-rmirrors is responsible for copying the pacnew file to its location (it will copy reborn-mirrorlist.pacnew into reborn-mirrorlist).
sudo update-rmirrors can be used every time the RebornOS mirrors file is updated.
update-rmirros is included in the latest RebornOS update.
In case you do not have updated mirrors, if you follow this procedure, your system will work normally again, receiving all the updates that RebornOS offers in its repository.
The RebornOS Team