I'm running the latest manjaro deepin image (downloaded and installed on 15/4)
I just switched over from Mint + Windows (I'm still dual booting but that's irrelevant) I tried installing all sorts of packages, like kde-connect , and mysql workbench, but this is my terminal output:
[liran@liran-pc ~]$ sudo pacman -Suu [sudo] password for liran: :: Starting full system upgrade... :: Replace geoclue2 with extra/geoclue? [Y/n] n :: Replace libsystemd with core/systemd-libs? [Y/n] n :: Replace pamac with extra/pamac-gtk? [Y/n] n :: Replace xorg-mkfontdir with extra/xorg-mkfontscale? [Y/n] n resolving dependencies... looking for conflicting packages... :: systemd-libs and libsystemd are in conflict. Remove libsystemd? [y/N] n error: unresolvable package conflicts detected error: failed to prepare transaction (conflicting dependencies) :: systemd-libs and libsystemd are in conflict [liran@liran-pc ~]$
I already tried saying yes and downloading the 1GB it requested, but that resulted in my installation corrupting so bad I had to fire the installer up and format the partition to start over. I did try googling my issue to see what I get, and all I could find was something similar but not the same - that was about to break an installation - hence why I reinstalled.
How do I cancel this distro-breaking (apparently arch) update? I still want to receive manjaro stable updates, I just don't want them to be distro-breaking ones.