• \[SOLVED\] Issues when updating System with PacmanXG


    Possibly similar problem megaman had with "xorg 1.16 update"
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    :: Replace lzo2 with core/lzo? [Y/n] y  
    resolving dependencies...  
    looking for inter-conflicts.  
      
    Packages (58): ati-dri-10.2.5-1 cabextract-1.4-3 cairo-1.12.16-3  
    cmake-3.0.1-1 cracklib-2.9.1-1 cups-1.7.5-1  
    device-mapper-2.02.108-1 dhcpcd-6.4.3-1 e2fsprogs-1.42.11-1  
    evolution-3.12.4-2 evolution-data-server-3.12.4-3  
    ffmpeg-1:2.3.1-1 gdb-7.8-1 gettext-0.19.2-1 git-2.0.4-1  
    gpgme-1.5.1-1 graphviz-2.38.0-1 gst-plugins-ugly-1.4.0-2  
    gstreamer0.10-ugly-0.10.19-12  
    gstreamer0.10-ugly-plugins-0.10.19-12 intel-dri-10.2.5-1  
    ipython-2.2.0-1 kbd-2.0.2-1 kdelibs-4.13.3-3 ldb-1.1.17-1  
    libarchive-3.1.2-8 libcups-1.7.5-1 libmediaart-0.4.0-2  
    libpeas-1.10.1-1 libutil-linux-2.25-3 libwbclient-4.1.11-1  
    libx264-1:142.20140311-6 linux-3.15.8-1 lvm2-2.02.108-1  
    lzo-2.08-3 lzo2-2.08-1 [removal] mesa-10.2.5-1  
    mesa-libgl-10.2.5-1 mkinitcpio-18-1 netctl-1.9-1  
    openssl-1.0.1.i-1 python-setuptools-1:5.5.1-1 s-nail-14.7.5-1  
    samba-4.1.11-1 serf-1.3.7-1 smbclient-4.1.11-1  
    spice-gtk3-0.24-3 tdb-1.3.0-2 unrar-1:5.1.7-1  
    util-linux-2.25-3 wildmidi-0.3.7-1 x264-1:142.20140311-6  
    xf86-video-intel-2.99.914-4 xfsprogs-3.2.1-1  
    xorg-server-1.16.0-6 xorg-server-common-1.16.0-6  
    xorg-xrandr-1.4.3-1 zenity-3.12.1-2  
      
    error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)  
    util-linux: /usr/lib/systemd/system/fstrim.service exsist in the file system  
    Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.  
    =\> Process completed  
    
    
  • Possibly similar problem megaman had with "xorg 1.16 update"
    Translate from Swedish to English

      
    :: Replace lzo2 with core/lzo? [Y/n] y  
    resolving dependencies...  
    looking for inter-conflicts.  
      
    Packages (58): ati-dri-10.2.5-1 cabextract-1.4-3 cairo-1.12.16-3  
    cmake-3.0.1-1 cracklib-2.9.1-1 cups-1.7.5-1  
    device-mapper-2.02.108-1 dhcpcd-6.4.3-1 e2fsprogs-1.42.11-1  
    evolution-3.12.4-2 evolution-data-server-3.12.4-3  
    ffmpeg-1:2.3.1-1 gdb-7.8-1 gettext-0.19.2-1 git-2.0.4-1  
    gpgme-1.5.1-1 graphviz-2.38.0-1 gst-plugins-ugly-1.4.0-2  
    gstreamer0.10-ugly-0.10.19-12  
    gstreamer0.10-ugly-plugins-0.10.19-12 intel-dri-10.2.5-1  
    ipython-2.2.0-1 kbd-2.0.2-1 kdelibs-4.13.3-3 ldb-1.1.17-1  
    libarchive-3.1.2-8 libcups-1.7.5-1 libmediaart-0.4.0-2  
    libpeas-1.10.1-1 libutil-linux-2.25-3 libwbclient-4.1.11-1  
    libx264-1:142.20140311-6 linux-3.15.8-1 lvm2-2.02.108-1  
    lzo-2.08-3 lzo2-2.08-1 [removal] mesa-10.2.5-1  
    mesa-libgl-10.2.5-1 mkinitcpio-18-1 netctl-1.9-1  
    openssl-1.0.1.i-1 python-setuptools-1:5.5.1-1 s-nail-14.7.5-1  
    samba-4.1.11-1 serf-1.3.7-1 smbclient-4.1.11-1  
    spice-gtk3-0.24-3 tdb-1.3.0-2 unrar-1:5.1.7-1  
    util-linux-2.25-3 wildmidi-0.3.7-1 x264-1:142.20140311-6  
    xf86-video-intel-2.99.914-4 xfsprogs-3.2.1-1  
    xorg-server-1.16.0-6 xorg-server-common-1.16.0-6  
    xorg-xrandr-1.4.3-1 zenity-3.12.1-2  
      
    error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)  
    util-linux: /usr/lib/systemd/system/fstrim.service exsist in the file system  
    Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.  
    =\> Process completed  
    
    
  • HI,

    How long has it been since the last time you updated? That’s A LOT of packages for an update so I am assuming that its been more than a week. Save yourself from future headaches, run pacman -Syu no less than once per week

    For this particular issue, its safe to go ahead and run this:

    sudo pacman -Syu --force
    

    Best Regards,
    Dustin

  • @“lots.0.logs”:95c8vsr3 said:

    HI,

    How long has it been since the last time you updated? That’s A LOT of packages for an update so I am assuming that its been more than a week. Save yourself from future headaches, run pacman -Syu no less than once per week

    For this particular issue, its safe to go ahead and run this:

    sudo pacman -Syu --force
    

    Best Regards,
    Dustin[/quote:95c8vsr3]

    Thanks Dustin
    Vacation…
    I check and reply

  • Everything went ok!
    Thanks again

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