I just built a Arch 0.6 system on my laptop.
After it was all booting happily, I updated the package list, then decided to update the system.
It updated pacman first, which went well.
Then I had to run the command again, and this time it downloaded a whole bunch of updates, but failed when it did a conflict check.
Could anyone assist? Here is the error:
[root@moses root]# pacman -Su Targets: automake-1.8.5-1 bash-2.05b-12 bin86-0.16.16-1 binutils-2.15-1 shadow-220.127.116.11-3 coreutils-5.2.1-2 dcron-2.9-2 device-mapper-1.00.17-1 dhcpcd-1.3.22pl4-3 file-4.09-1 flex-2.5.31-2 gcc-3.4.0-1 gdbm-1.8.3-2 gettext-0.14.1-2 groff-1.19.1-2 grub-0.95-1 hotplug-2004_04_01-1 initscripts-0.6-9 iputils-021109-2 kernel26-2.6.7-1 libtool-1.5.6-1 lilo-22.5.9-1 lvm2-2.00.15-2 m4-1.4.1-1 man-pages-1.67-1 module-init-tools-0.9.14-4 nano-1.2.3-1 net-tools-1.60-8 pam-0.77-6 perl-5.8.4-1 procps-3.2.1-1 reiserfsprogs-3.6.17-1 sed-4.1-1 sysklogd-1.4.1-9 tar-1.14-1 tcp_wrappers-7.6-4 util-linux-2.12-3 vim-6.3-2 Proceed with upgrade? [Y/n] y checking package integrity... done. loading package data... done. checking for file conflicts... error: the following file conflicts were found: /bin/su: exists in filesystem /etc/pam.d/su: exists in filesystem /usr/man/man1/su.1.gz: exists in filesystem [root@moses root]#
I shall update them one by one and see which package is causing it..
Still I prob won't know how to fix it when I find it!
hmm yep it seems the problems is coreutils.. any idea how to fix?