Update failure due to dependencies

Updates are not possible since libkipi needs kxmlgui and also needs service. How to bypass this or install needed data?

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You shouldnt have *kipi* anything.
And this is likely related to at least part of your problem.
(the only kipi package thats exists is an unsupported AUR package)

I’m a rookie!
What do I have to do?

I wont really know everything without seeing the output (of sudo pacman -Syu).
But my first guess, since libkipi was mentioned, is that it should be removed first.

sudo pacman -Rns libkipi

Thanx for this Idea. Now it says guile 2.0 is not available for aarch64…

Show us the output


Also heres a guide including things like formatting code;

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