There is a good chance that the files are in your cache directory., so it’s possible to do a desparate procedure.
you can check if you have files at /var/cache/pacman/pkg/ if you want.
the desparete idea is
for x in $(ls /var/cache/pacman/pkg/); do sudo pacman -U /var/cache/pacman/pkg/$x --noconfirm; done
this will reinstall all packages you have in your cache, but it’s a bad solution anyway, recommended only if you don’t have internet
is there any way of connecting my laptop true usb ethernet or wifi? i try that with no luck giving me 1 error not possible open package pack
@marine88 You can configure your wireless card from command line using the “iw” command.
The Arch wiki has a pretty good writeup of the quick commands you need to know, done much better than I can at the moment:
The only thing to keep in mind when reading that is your device may not be wlan0. You should be able to get a list of devices (including what’s wireless) by just typing “iw”
Try reinstalling the following packages:
sudo pacman -S js52 gcc-libs readline zlib sh antergos-kde-meta
then restart your machine