Yesterdat I’ve upgraded Manjaro and turned off the laptop. Today when I boot it up, the login screen is not working and displaying an error message:
"The current theme cannot be loaded due to the errors below, please select another theme.
file:///usr/share/sddm/themes/breath/Main.qml:26:1: plugin cannot be loaded for module “org.kde.plasma.core”: Cannot load library /usr/lib/qt/qml/org/kde/plasma/core/libcorebindingsplugin.so: (liblist-2.0.so.3: no s’ha pogut obrir el fitxer d’objecte compartit: El fitcer o directoi no existeix)"
Attached an image of the error. I have encrypted the boot partition and autologon enabled.
I’ve run into this same problem. I had to drop to shell and then run: sudo pacman -S libusbmuxd
This shows the conflict with libusbmuxd-git and asks to uninstall. After that, I ran: sudo pacman -S libplist
It also conflicts with its -git counterpart which I uninstalled and was the able to reboot to the desktop.
When I again run: sudo pacman -Syyu
it attempts to update libimobiledevice
which then re-installs the -git packages re-breaking the system. For now, I’m just avoiding updating.
If you follow the commands in my post in that order, it should work for you. It will ask if you want to replace the conflicting package. Just say yes and proceed. Repeat for the next package. Should work.
That doesn’t make much sense because libimobiledevice is in Manjaro repos and in no way it can depend on AUR packages. But I believe you and something is trying to pull packages from AUR. Can you disable AUR in pamac and try to update again?
I didn’t catch that, but you’re right. It’s really strange. I ended up messing with it a bit more that day, and it “fixed itself”. I think the 3rd time I ran through the whole process, when I ran update it just didn’t pick up anything. I figure there was an order error somehow and it sorted itself out. Maybe magic.