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akonadi-qt4 is in direct conflict to akondi, and is from AUR, so what for you need it?
Installing it will remove akondi and all packages dependig on it.
So if you do not know what for you installed it once, remove it (or try)sudo pacman -R akonadi-qt4
Ill pull free dos and fire to a key and copy across the exe and run it
Then check the bios to see if i get the option to disable als cheers guys
Your right dell donks!
Have tried both sudo pacman -Syuu and yaourt -Syua but seems to go round in an endless loop. Paste below the last few lines but I do have all the output if it helps. Thanks
==> Tidying install…
-> Removing libtool files…
-> Purging unwanted files…
-> Removing static library files…
-> Stripping unneeded symbols from binaries and libraries…
-> Compressing man and info pages…
==> Checking for packaging issue…
==> Creating package “akonadi-qt4”…
-> Generating .PKGINFO file…
-> Generating .BUILDINFO file…
-> Generating .MTREE file…
-> Compressing package…
==> Leaving fakeroot environment.
==> Finished making: akonadi-qt4 1.13.0-14 (Fri 23 Feb 19:19:21 GMT 2018)
==> Cleaning up…
==> Continue installing akonadi-qt4 ? [Y/n]
==> [v]iew package contents [c]heck package with namcap
[sudo] password for steve:
warning: libakonadi-qt4-1.13.0-14 is up to date – reinstalling
looking for conflicting packages…
:: akonadi-qt4 and akonadi are in conflict. Remove akonadi? [y/N] y
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: akonadi-contacts: removing akonadi breaks dependency ‘akonadi’
:: akonadi-mime: removing akonadi breaks dependency ‘akonadi’
:: kalarmcal: removing akonadi breaks dependency ‘akonadi’
:: libkolab: removing akonadi breaks dependency ‘akonadi’
==> WARNING: Your packages are saved in /tmp/yaourt-tmp-steve
cp: overwrite ‘/tmp/yaourt-tmp-steve/akonadi-qt4-1.13.0-14-x86_64.pkg.tar’?
So it should work with freedos and usb stick, there is also a Archwiki page on that:
Ill give that a go thankyou let you know how i get on