Classic. Now you experience the problem of a partially updated system. kernel 5.10.75-1-MANJARO is long outdated. Actually, it is 5.10.180-1.
Name : linux510
Version : 5.10.180-1
Description : The Linux510 kernel and modules
URL : https://www.kernel.org/
Licenses : GPL2
Repository : core
Installed Size : 84.0 MB
Groups : --
Depends On : coreutils linux-firmware kmod initramfs
Optional Dependencies : wireless-regdb: to set the correct wireless channels of your country [Installed]
Provides : linux=5.10.180 VIRTUALBOX-GUEST-MODULES WIREGUARD-MODULE
Replaces : --
Conflicts With : --
Packager : Manjaro Build Server <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Build Date : Wed May 17 13:00:24 2023
Validated By : MD5 Sum SHA-256 Sum Signature
I would say you broke your whole system by just installing one package while other packages are not updated.
Boot a live session and fix it in chroot by doing a full upgrade.
Or backup your files and reinstall your system with a current ISO and take care that you do regularly full updates before installing anything new.
I am in my terminal now, but after i do sudo pacman -Syu, the error continue
Error : pacman: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Go to https://repo.manjaro.org/ and choose a mirror. Open the mirror in a browser and search for openssl-1.1 and download the package. Extract it and copy it by hand as root to your local installation.
Yeah… a rolling release is not made to be run without internet and without constantly being updated. Partially updates break it easily. So yeah, you are better off getting a current ISO and install it fresh from there. Fiddling with your current installation is not worth the time.
Think about using a fixed release distro, if you are not able to update it constantly over internet.