• \[Solved\] gcc multilib update problem


    Hi all,

    since a few days, when I try to update my system, I get dependency errors on glibc:

      
    \> yaourt -Syu --aur  
    :: Synchronizing package databases...  
    core is up to date  
    extra 1774,4 KiB 3,86M/s 00:00 [\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#] 100%  
    community 2,3 MiB 9,49M/s 00:00 [\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#] 100%  
    multilib-testing 6,7 KiB 0,00B/s 00:00 [\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#] 100%  
    multilib is up to date  
    antergos is up to date  
    error: failed to prepare transaction (unexpected error)  
    :: Starting full system upgrade...  
    resolving dependencies...  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "gcc-libs-multilib=4.9.1-2", a dependency of "gcc-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    :: The following packages cannot be upgraded due to unresolvable dependencies:  
    gcc-libs-multilib gcc-multilib  
      
    :: Do you want to skip the above packages for this upgrade? [y/N] ^C  
    Interrupt signal received  
    
    

    Looks like the mentioned multilib require 2.20 while the repos currently provide 2.19. Or is the dependency wrong? lib32-glibc is at 2.20 …

    Thanks and cheers,

    Riko

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • Hi all,

    since a few days, when I try to update my system, I get dependency errors on glibc:

      
    \> yaourt -Syu --aur  
    :: Synchronizing package databases...  
    core is up to date  
    extra 1774,4 KiB 3,86M/s 00:00 [\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#] 100%  
    community 2,3 MiB 9,49M/s 00:00 [\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#] 100%  
    multilib-testing 6,7 KiB 0,00B/s 00:00 [\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#\#] 100%  
    multilib is up to date  
    antergos is up to date  
    error: failed to prepare transaction (unexpected error)  
    :: Starting full system upgrade...  
    resolving dependencies...  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "gcc-libs-multilib=4.9.1-2", a dependency of "gcc-multilib"  
    warning: cannot resolve "glibc\>=2.20", a dependency of "gcc-libs-multilib"  
    :: The following packages cannot be upgraded due to unresolvable dependencies:  
    gcc-libs-multilib gcc-multilib  
      
    :: Do you want to skip the above packages for this upgrade? [y/N] ^C  
    Interrupt signal received  
    
    

    Looks like the mentioned multilib require 2.20 while the repos currently provide 2.19. Or is the dependency wrong? lib32-glibc is at 2.20 …

    Thanks and cheers,

    Riko

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

  • If you enabled multilib-testing you must also enable the regular testing repo. However, I don’t recommend using the testing repos. Packages do not stay in testing very long. It’s more like a staging repo than a testing repo.

    Cheers!

  • Thanks! Disabled multilib-testing in pacman.conf and everything goes through.

    Cheers and thanks again!

    Dell Latitude E6230 with Intel i7, 8GB RAM, 500 GB SSD
    dual boot: Antergos and Debian Stretch both 64bit and running gnome-shell
    surviving in a Windows world with VMware WS and Codeweavers Crossover

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