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#1 2023-05-11 12:10:56

scippio
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upgrade: package owned by ...

I can't upgrade my packages because I have this error:

... many lines ...
libnma-common: /usr/share/locale/ug/LC_MESSAGES/libnma.mo exists in filesystem (owned by libnma-indicator)
... many lines ...

What I can do?

I canẗ remove it...

pacman -R libnma-indicator
checking dependencies...
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: removing libnma-indicator breaks dependency 'libnma' required by gnome-shell
:: removing libnma-indicator breaks dependency 'libnma-indicator' required by nm-connection-editor-indicator

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#2 2023-05-11 12:15:52

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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...


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#3 2023-05-11 12:16:21

Scimmia
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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...

Where did libnma-indicator and nm-connection-editor-indicator come from? You either need to update them for the new package setup or you need to replace then with the normal versions.

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#4 2023-05-11 19:40:56

scippio
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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...

I think they are from AUR ... I'm installing only from ofic. repos or AUR ... But they are not here anymore...

Last edited by scippio (2023-05-11 19:41:55)


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#5 2023-05-11 19:46:45

scippio
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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...

it's not easy... so I removed:
network-manager-applet-indicator
nm-connection-editor-indicator

but still:

checking dependencies...
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: removing libnma-indicator breaks dependency 'libnma' required by gnome-shell

mad


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#6 2023-05-11 22:04:48

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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...

libnma is in extra, so

pacman -Syu libnma

may prompt you to replace libnma-indicator with the official package. Failing that, removing libnma-indicator without dependency resolution (pacman -Rdd libnma-indicator), then running the above command may fix things. You may want to have an alternative way of configuring your network handy in case removing libnma-indicator causes network manager to cease working, alternatively do this while chrooted from a liveCD.


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#7 2023-05-12 02:41:08

Scimmia
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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...

scippio wrote:

I think they are from AUR ... I'm installing only from ofic. repos or AUR ... But they are not here anymore...

Looks like they were removed from the AUR almost 3 years ago as being redundant, as the official package had indicator support. So as I said, replace them with the repo versions, just add them to the end of the -Syu command.

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#8 2023-05-12 10:11:12

scippio
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Re: upgrade: package owned by ...

WorMzy wrote:

libnma is in extra, so

pacman -Syu libnma

may prompt you to replace libnma-indicator with the official package. Failing that, removing libnma-indicator without dependency resolution (pacman -Rdd libnma-indicator), then running the above command may fix things. You may want to have an alternative way of configuring your network handy in case removing libnma-indicator causes network manager to cease working, alternatively do this while chrooted from a liveCD.

I had to remove another package (gcc10) ... but this remove/replace finally helps. Thank you.


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