since you've removed cloog-ppl from the repos, then couldn't cloog-ppl be add to "replaces" in the cloog pkgbuild?
I have made a fully unattended bash script which I use whenever reinstalling, so that I don't need to go through the same repetetive tasks again, but now when I today reinstalled, then my script didn't update the "core-installed" system, because cloog-ppl was in conflict with cloog, and as I use --noconfirm! (for the update part I use: "pacman -Syu --noconfirm && pacman-db-upgrade && pacman -Syu --noconfirm", the first -syu to update pacman itself and replace some apps...)
Also, in the mean time, then could you please tell me if it will be ok, and that I don't screw anything up, if I before the update command, then run 'pacman -Rd cloog-ppl --noconfirm', as 'pacman -R cloog-ppl --noconfirm' dosen't work because of the deps conflict... (pretty sure, but just in case I would appreciate a confimation on this, please!).
Thanks in advance---
@mods: Dohh! I had just pressed "submit", when I realized that this was the completelly wrong subsection!
I am really sorry for posting this here and so could you kindly remove it elsewhere, thanks!
(I had just read about cloog-ppl should be removed in a previous entry about gcc4.6 at arch-dev-public, and then stupidly went here and posted this! I don't know where my head was at during the submision, and again, i'm really sorry about that! )
Last edited by mhertz (2011-05-08 22:08:18)
Moved, per your request
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That's the thing; I haden't updated in ages, since I had just made a reinstall of latest stable core-iso, and then runned pacman -Syu --noconfirm from a script... (I don't use netinstall since my wifi needs extra firmware/driver files and is rather unstable).
I've modified the stable iso to install base, base-devel, kernel-headers and wireless tools, unattended through aif and after reboot run a custom setup bash script, but which then won't update...
Anyway, if you're not going to add cloog-ppl to cloog's [replaces], then could you please just tell me if I in my script can add a 'pacman -Rdd cloog-ppl --noconfirm' before the 'pacman -Syu --noconfirm', without getting in to issues(the "safe" pacman -R cloog-ppl dosen't work), since else the 'pacman -Syu --noconfirm' will not update because of cloog/cloog-ppl conflicts?
Even though I have reinstalled allready, then i'm always maintaing a working reinstall/custom-setup-iso for future use and so I would appreciate to know if bypassing deps for that cloog-ppl removal(to get it to remove!) is an OK solution to add to my script in the iso so as the next line with the update(-Syu) will work...
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by mhertz (2011-05-10 01:28:14)
I'm getting this conflict on a fresh install, too. From 2010-05-core.
Last edited by bobodod (2011-05-25 23:42:21)
I also did a fresh install today and getting a conflict:
looking for inter-conflicts...
:: cloog and cloog-ppl are in conflict (cloog-ppl<0.15.10-2). Remove cloog-ppl? [y/N]
error: unresolvable package conflicts detected
error: failed to prepare transaction (conflicting dependencies)
:: cloog and cloog-ppl are in conflict (cloog-ppl<0.15.10-2)
Any resolution on this? I too am updating this computer for the first time in way too long, and I'm getting cloog/cloog-ppl conflicts.
Off-topic: Mhertz, would you mind sharing your script? I really don't do programming but i've been wanting an unattended installation script for some time now. You can email it or post it here perhaps?
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was having the same issue i did the following which seems to have worked so far
1) made sure i answered "Y" to all update requests, had to actually type "Y" at least once as the default offered was "y/n"
2) sudo pacman -Syuf
haven't got xorg working yet but seemed to complete the upgrade, this was vm from beginning of 2010, pre-pacman db upgrade
I have the same problem...
Last edited by vicluber (2011-07-31 17:45:37)
Hi, I just solved the problem with
pacman -R -c cloog-ppl