error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)
endeavouros-theming: /etc/pacman.d/hooks/lsb-release.hook exists in filesystem
endeavouros-theming: /etc/pacman.d/hooks/os-release.hook exists in filesystem
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.
I checked to see if those conflicted files were being used by any package. They were not so I renamed them and re ran the update. Once that finished, I deleted the renamed files and it all works fine now.
hello,for me, on my gnome it went without problem: “in the terminal” on the other hand on kde-plasma I had the same error message in the terminal so, I tested in passing pamac-aur-git and that works: but with warning
I haven’t looked at endeavouros-theming yet, but would it be possible to use an if statement to check for the existence of the hooks and if they exist don’t try to overwrite them? I don’t know if this would be the cleanest solution or not.
It’s funny but I have not gotten any errors at all recently. The version of endeavouros-theming I have installed on six (6) computers is < 5-2.2 >. I have recently noticed that lsb-release has also been updated (my installed version is < 1.4-18 >. Are these the latest versions?
I have not done any manual intervention with regard to these programs.
I vote for both Actually, I found that 2 (so far) of my EOS systems ignored the whole problem, and two ‘OTHER’ systems had problems with it, Looking forward to finishing my ‘rounds’ of updates on the rest of my setups to see how many fall which way…