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#1 2013-05-01 10:20:45

rvc
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[SOLVED] pacman upgrade messages...

since last couple of times [especially after i installed the gnome desktop] i get this messages whenever i upgrade...
every time i have to hit the "n" button coz i dont have the gnome-games... i tried to install and then upgrade but i dont find gnome-games...

i just wish to stop getting this message coz everytime i have to hit "n" to continue with my upgrades....

here is a shot of the messages...

http://ubuntuone.com/4B6dzOm7TyUGQU6KD1k8Lf
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any idea where i must ve commited some error and how to come out of this ?

Last edited by rvc (2013-05-01 11:33:55)


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#2 2013-05-01 10:26:21

HalosGhost
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Re: [SOLVED] pacman upgrade messages...

Okay, if you're getting replace messages, then obviously you have gnome-games installed. If you don't want gnome-games (which appears to have been deprecated in favor of individual packages for each game), then before updating remove gnome-games. If you do want the games which were included with gnome-games, then answer "y" to those questions.

All the best,

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#3 2013-05-01 11:23:50

rvc
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Re: [SOLVED] pacman upgrade messages...

HalosGhost wrote:

Okay, if you're getting replace messages, then obviously you have gnome-games installed. If you don't want gnome-games (which appears to have been deprecated in favor of individual packages for each game), then before updating remove gnome-games. If you do want the games which were included with gnome-games, then answer "y" to those questions.

All the best,

-HG

i had tried before with the "Y" option but it returned with some conflicting messages...
now what you said clarified me. i removed both gnome-games and gnome-games-extra-data...
i re-run the upgrade and that boring message gone... thank you so much smile


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