does anybody see whats going on here?
warning: dependency cycle detected: warning: lib32-gcc-libs will be installed before its gcc-libs-multilib dependency looking for inter-conflicts... warning: removing 'gcc-libs' from target list because it conflicts with 'gcc-libs-multilib' error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies) :: gcc: requires gcc-libs=4.6.1-3
im trying to upgrade arch, it worked a couple days ago, but the downloads never completed after several tries, i have the 650MB downloads dwindled down to about 300MB left. after trying to finish the downloads yesterday i got a pacman update warning. so i updated pacman. after the pacman update, these problems appeared. Now when i pacman -Syu i get the above error now.
i cant seem to figure out where to go. i tried to remove a few components to overcome this problem, but i ran into dependency-hell. im reluctant to force remove anything without opinion.
it appears that i need to
one of the mentioned packages in the error message, but im not sure which one.
the only packages that i know that use these gcc-libs that i use are amarok, and deadbeef. did i mess something up when installing these?
also, see this topic, its similar https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=103816
Last edited by wolfdogg (2011-08-20 22:18:51)
This usually happens when the toolchain gets an update -- multilib lags behind by a day or two. Looks like we just pushed out the the multilib toolchain today, so I'd wait a few hours for your mirror to sync up and then try again.
Last edited by falconindy (2011-08-20 21:34:31)
well, that did it, about 30 mins later it worked. thanks
Last edited by wolfdogg (2011-08-20 22:19:38)