Sbin/init: /usr/lib/libc.so.6: version ''GLIB_2.34โ€ not found (required by /usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1)

Hi team, today I restarted my laptop, and I faced this message :frowning:

Any idea of how to troubleshoot it?

Nico :slight_smile:

Hi,

Thereโ€™s already an active thread on this:

Hi @NGr , thanks! I was on that thread too :slight_smile:

I was asked to open a new ticket :slight_smile:

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Iโ€™m think youโ€™ve probably not updated in a long time, right?

This command should refresh your mirrors and update. Try it:

sudo pacman-mirrors -f5 --fasttrack && pamac upgrade --enable-downgrade
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Hey hi, @Mirdarthos ! Thanks for the quick reply!

I think that the last update was months ago, maybe 3 or 4 :frowning:

How could I run that command? Cause Iโ€™m stuck after the boot :frowning:

wanna cry :frowning: Cant work anymore

Nico

You can execute those commands in a TTY:

Cntrl-ALT-F3 or F4 etc., login and execute those commands.

From my notes regarding updating after a long time:

 In TTY:

sudo rm -R /etc/pacman.d/gnupg/
sudo rm -R /root/.gnupg/
sudo pacman-mirrors -f5
sudo pacman -Syy gnupg archlinux-keyring manjaro-keyring
sudo pacman-key --init && pacman-key --populate archlinux manjaro
sudo pacman-key --refresh-keys
sudo pacman -Syyu

Good Luck

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@jrichard326 but I cant pass the boot stage :frowning:

Can I use a bootable pendrive with a Manjaro Image? And mount my primary partitions in /mnt/, and then run โ€œsudo pacman -r /mnt/โ€

Nico

yes
But use it to chroot into your system.
manjaro-chroot -a

because this:

will not work - that is not how itโ€™s done
and that command
sudo pacman -r /mnt/
makes zero sense

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I managed to follow these steps and everything worked :stuck_out_tongue:

At the beginning was try and error, cause manjaro-chroot -a was not working.

So I mounted the first partition on /mnt, and then I run sudo pacman -Syyu -r /mnt, once all the packages were updated, I reboted, and It didnt work, I use manjaro-chroot -a, and run all the commands suggestedโ€ฆand then pacman -S linux510, reboted again, and worked!

Thanks all for the help, really appreciate it!

Nico

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