just for your information, truecrypt should not be used anymore ! this app has serious security issues and is no longer supported. you should not use it in your own security interests ! veracrypt is the successor that replaces truecrypt.
yes, I know… one of those things (lack of time, I’ll do it tomorrow… etc).
Now I was forced to solve the issue! Thank you again.
Guayadeque won’t build with the successor…
Guayadeque is an aur-package. you have to build it, how-to’s are avaiable in the forum and the internet
I can’t find post 125…
Does anyone know how to fix the problem?
It was moved here:
Also see the last Testing Update post in lieu of the upcoming Stable Update post:
It won’t build. Try it!
pleae read this helpful article
The build issue (
guayadeque) cannot be fixed with these instructions. While you can fix the PKGBUILD for the
wxwidgets not found issue, it still errors out mid-compilation. Some code changes are required to fix these.
@Ben you’d need to wait for the devs or get your hands dirty yourself I’m afraid. (I see you already created an “issue” at their github repo)
I get the same message.
Will the developers fix this in coming weeks or do I have to do something? I don’t have Truecrypt installed (but I do use Veracrypt).
At first glance the article @Olli posted does not make sense to me (with my level of skills).
You need to remove anything that depends on
wxgtk2 and also remove
wxgtk2 before updating as was already announced. Nothing in the repos depends on
wxgtk2 anymore, so whatever depends on it was manually installed by you from the AUR which is your responsibility to manage.
Thanks - though I am not confident that anyone will be in a hurry to fix this.
If you don’t mind, how do I figure out which programs depend on ‘wxgtk2’?
Required by: information field you can check from the package manager. Or try to remove it so it tells you what requires it.
Okay, I uninstalled the package and now updates are running. When I went to uninstall there didn’t seem to be any warnings about dependencies, so that was a good sign.
All right, after a reboot I get this message when I try to run Veracrypt. If I click the continue button a few times it will load the normal interface. Is it safe to use?
I removed only
wxgtk2, and the updates installed without issue.
What’s confusing is that I did not need to remove any other packages; only
wxgtk2. I had nothing installed that depended on
wxgtk2, and I cannot even pinpoint which of my PKGBUILDs from the AUR requires it (but not “really” requires it, since I removed
wxgtk2 without a hiccup.)
Here are the following PKGBUILDs I have installed from the AUR. Which one could have been the culprit?
Keep in mind, I did not have to remove any of these in order to proceed with the updates via Pamac.
But did you have to remove it then? Was there an error?
Yes, I had to remove it. Otherwise, the system update would abort with the same error in the OP’s screenshot. For some reason,
wxgtk2 was not automatically removed. Once I manually removed it, everything continued like normal.
I find it odd, since not a single installed package on my system had
wxgtk2 as a dependency. (Not even any of my installed AUR PKGBUILDs required it.)