Im using manjaro xfce.
I was updating some packages using the add/remove software and glibc was not updating. So i didnt pay attention and i turned off my laptop. When i turned it back on, im getting this error(check image). If anyone knows how to fix this, let me know. Thank you.
chroot into your system (via a USB live system)
the update again
no pressure this time - time or otherwise
When chrooting, do i need to mount my root and home folder, or just the root partition?
just the root is needed
I make things very easy for myself. Just follow orders so to say. Never make “stupid things” before I make any “stupid moves” I always make a backup with Timeshift so I can easily go back to before I try anything “stupid”. And I do it all the time.
It worked!! Thank you so much
I was just updating a package XD
But yes stupid things happens🥲
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