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During updating on a Arch distro the process is indicating there are conflicting files

File conflict found nss (/usr/lib/p11-kit-trust.so), lib32-nss (/usr/lib32/p11-kit-trust.so): conflicting files

Searching the file system I did find these two files

[user@Arch ~]$ sudo find / -path /mnt -prune -o -name p11-kit-trust.so -exec file {} \;

/usr/lib32/pkcs11/p11-kit-trust.so: ELF 32-bit LSB shared object, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), statically linked, BuildID[sha1]=c375005cabe8daef2a34a4b67fc2187285e6b3a0, stripped
/usr/lib32/p11-kit-trust.so: symbolic link to libnssckbi.so
/usr/lib/pkcs11/p11-kit-trust.so: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), statically linked, BuildID[sha1]=eb61c425c55ea05db04ce5bb103604861d3ea27d, stripped
/usr/lib/p11-kit-trust.so: symbolic link to libnssckbi.so

After a bit of google-fu, I found a pacman command to determine which package these belong to. The result of that command is

[user@Arch~]$ sudo pacman -Qo /usr/lib32/pkcs11/p11-kit-trust.so
/usr/lib32/pkcs11/p11-kit-trust.so is owned by lib32-p11-kit 0.23.20-4

[user@Arch ~]$ sudo pacman -Qo /usr/lib/pkcs11/p11-kit-trust.so
/usr/lib/pkcs11/p11-kit-trust.so is owned by libp11-kit 0.23.20-4

I have tried updating one at a time, but that doesn't help. I am not sure how to resolve this problem. Any suggestions or ideas? Thanks

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Using and upgrading the Arch Linux implies you keep tracking of upstream sources news.

For this case in particular you find the correct info here.

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    No, I didn't know about this page before. I have only started using Arch about two weeks ago. I will bookmark this page and keep an eye on it. Thanks – lordhog Apr 18 at 14:11
  • @lordhog, I highly recommend subscribing to the arch announcements mailing list. It's reserved for important news, or changes which require manual intervention (like the above). Never get caught by surprise again! – J.M. Janzen Apr 25 at 16:57
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    @J.M.Janzen, yes, I most certainly will. Also, during that particular update process it broke the nVidia drivers some how and the system wouldn't bring up the KDE login screen. It is a good thing I had another device to search. I had removed/reinstalled the nVidia drivers, was able to post this question, and found out about other consoles using the ctrl/alt and Fx keys to which I could remove/reinstall the nVidia drivers. Still so much to learn – lordhog Apr 28 at 21:28

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