If you want to use
TOS over an extended period of time you have to know how to maintain your system.
Below is a list of 'things' you can use/do to maintain your system.
As most of you know each system has quite a bit of software.
The backend responsible for managing your software is called
We don't recommend to use pacman directly as tos has mechanisms on top of it to help you with maintaining your system.
If you wish to know more about updates read more here
Our package manager keeps data of outdated packages in case you ever wish to do a rollback.
However when your system is low on disks pace you can issue this command
tos -Sc # sync clear removes old cache data
In case you have installed something that you don't want to use you can do the following.
tos -Rns <package>
It will remove the package and all of its dependencies that are no longer used.
Sometimes an update is broken.
This is due to the backend called
pacman and is usually because of a specific package.
However TOS has a fix for this.
We have a program called
More information can be found here under the
To fix the broken package issue simply run
It will fix the broken package and ontop of that update your system to the latest version of
If this command doesn't resolve your issue then you have 2 options
You can either wait for a fix from the developers of TOS
Or have a look over here
They usually tell you what the problem is and you can manually try to solve it
If some effect is not working as expected and an update hasn't fix your issue it can be one of 2 things.
If your issue is the first the you need to supply a bug report to the developers of that application.
However the second issue has 2 fixes.
First make sure that all
tos config files are correct. More info here.
The second fix you can do is lookup online how the config file you are changing can be fixed.
If nothing works try to talk with the developers or wait until an update fixes your specific issue