Trying to update
manjaro-gnome-settings I get error message:
warning: cannot resolve "qgnomeplatform-qt5", a dependency of "manjaro-gnome-settings"
When I check dependencies for
manjaro-gnome-settings it is different if I check with pamac:
Depends On : adw-gtk-theme gnome-wallpapers manjaro-base-skel manjaro-gdm-branding qgnomeplatform qgnomeplatform-qt6 ttf-hack xcursor-breeze
Depends On : adw-gtk-theme gnome-wallpapers manjaro-base-skel manjaro-gdm-branding qgnomeplatform-qt5 qgnomeplatform-qt6 ttf-hack xcursor-breeze
I have both
qgnomeplatform-qt6 installed. I cannot explicitly install
qgnomeplatform-qt5 because it does not exist in official repo. Though I can build it myself, but I am not sure it is the right way since
qgnomeplatform (which is already installed) is a base package for both
What should I do?
There’s a couple of us in the stable announcement thread reporting on it too.
Looks like a possible package snafu in the update just pushed for manjaro-gnome-settings.
$ pamac update
Synchronizing package databases...
Warning: cannot resolve "qgnomeplatform-qt5", a dependency of "manjaro-gnome-settings"
Error: Failed to prepare transaction:
could not satisfy dependencies:
- unable to satisfy dependency 'qgnomeplatform-qt5' required by manjaro-gnome-settings
There is no qgnomeplatform-qt5 in the repos, typo? I do see qgnomeplatform-…
I think we just sit tight for the time being, bound to be a simple fix.
Same problem, have not found a way to fix this, Tried forcing it with:
sudo pacman -Sy gnome-control-center
But it only reinstall’s the file and still tells me i have an update for it.
So not sure what going on.
And it looks like it is being fixed right as we speak, latest commit just minutes ago:
Mark Wagie authored 1 minute ago
version bump for testing / unstable
revert qgnomeplatform package name for stable with 20220519-2
Rebooted my computer and got the 20220519-2 update but now i have this error/warning.
warning: manjaro-gnome-settings: local (20220519-2) is newer than community (20220519-1)
So do i leave it alone or do i pacman -Syyuu???
UPDATE: Looks like this has been fixed as i no longer see the warning.
Just for future reference, unless the package is specifically causing you issues, you can wait for the repos to catch up or have a newer version. But if you did want to get back in sync
sudo pacman -Syyuu does the trick.
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