Hi, since I tried to install KDE with a "pacman -S kde" I always get following error message when I use pacman:
error: /var/lib/pacman/local/qt-3.3.1-1/desc: No such file or directory
Installed programs still work (except KDE), but this error message is annoying. What does it mean?
pacman -Sy kde
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I would guess that the installation of qt is corrupted. Does pacman -Q show qt as installed? If so, try removing it and reinstalling. If qt is not installed, maybe try installing it on its own before installing kde (though this should not normally be necessary).
... but I don't know a screenshot program.
do you have gimp?
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