Hello, so I updated my kernel without issues (although i had to reinstall the camera driver from AUR but that was expected)
Due to my hardware setup I need to use the broadcom-wl driver, I installed linux-latest-broadcom-wl expecting it to have the latest version for the kernal when the kernal is ready to be installed, I also thought it would remove the old version of driver when it was time to update kernal.
I was trying to remove the old version of the kernal when i ran into this issue
I couldnt remove the kernal as it was depended on by the old version of the driver, So i tried to remove the old version of the driver but that did not work as
linux-latest-broadcom-wl required it. Strange I thought, after useing
pamac info linux-latest-broadcom-wl I saw that linux latest version of the driver was not ready for kernal 59. So what installed the later version of the driver, do i not need linux-latest version of driver as manjaro auto installes drivers newer versions when you update kernel? even when the drivers you install have an older kernel version in the name?