This started appearing a few days ago after i updated packages on Manjaro.
Do you have idea what to try installing? I have not found that package.
If you installed it from other sources, then the hint is in the command that window gives you
apt install is a Debian based command to install packages …
I am not using AUR package (i git cloned and ran their .sh script) and i already known that it is debian package manager, but i am running Manjaro, so i asked on this forum.
Have you tried installing the dependencies listed for the AUR packe though, like
$ pamac info -a tribler|grep torrent
Description : P2P/Bittorrent/YouTube client
Depends On : libtorrent-rasterbar python-aiohttp
$ sudo pacman -S libtorrent-rasterbar
:: libtorrent-rasterbar and libtorrent-rasterbar-1_2-git are in conflict. Remove libtorrent-rasterbar-1_2-git? [y/N]
when i check that package (pamac info …), then:
Install Reason : Explicitly installed
i think qbittorrent git needed it, so i have replaced it now by libtorrent-rasterbar and Tribler started working.
There’s no reason to do that when a package is available in the repos or AUR. Files installed to the system that Pacman doesn’t know about can create file conflicts. If you had installed the AUR package to begin with you wouldn’t have run into this problem.
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