I've recently installed Arch Linux onto my primary (Ubuntu) computer, and it is working really well for me. It's fast, configurable, basically a faster version of Ubuntu.
compiz-fusion isn't installed by default, I'd like to see how much it would impact my performance, but I get this really nice and descriptive error message when I run
pacman to install it:
[root@arch /]# pacman -S compiz-fusion-gtk resolving dependencies... looking for inter-conflicts... :: python and python2 are in conflict (python<3). Remove python2? [y/N] n error: unresolvable package conflicts detected error: failed to prepare transaction (conflicting dependencies) :: python and python2 are in conflict (python<3)
python3, and my only installed Python version is
Python 2.7.1, which doesn't seem to be conflicting with anything.
Google didn't turn up any results, so has anybody come across an error like this before?
compiz-fusion isn't the only package which fails to install because of this python conflict, so quite a few nice packages (like
python-qt) are uninstallable for me.
Any help is help for me. Thanks!