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I saw a notification that "Package updates are available" so I clicked on it then click Apply but after a few moments I saw this warning:

Warning: installing pamac-cli (10.0.5-1) breaks dependency 'pamac-cli=10.0.5-0.2' required by pamac-flatpak-plugin
Add pamac-flatpak-plugin to remove
Warning: installing pamac-cli (10.0.5-1) breaks dependency 'pamac-cli=10.0.5-0.2' required by pamac-snap-plugin
Add pamac-snap-plugin to remove
Warning: removing pamac-gtk breaks dependency 'pamac-gtk' required by web-installer-url-handler
Add web-installer-url-handler to remove

But I Ignored it and clicked close then Build and then it showed me an error:

conflicting files:
- bash: /etc/bash.bashrc already exists in filesystem (owned by bashrc-manjaro)
- bash: /etc/skel/.bashrc already exists in filesystem (owned by bashrc-manjaro)
- lsb-release: /etc/lsb-release already exists in filesystem (owned by manjaro-release)

Does anyone know what this is, and how to fix this?
and this was the transaction summary:

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Thanks.

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  1. Uninstall the packages with sudo pacman -R web-installer-url-handler pamac-snap-plugin pamac-flatpak-plugin
  2. Upgrade the system with sudo pacman -Syyu
  3. Reinstall the packages sudo pacman -R web-installer-url-handler pamac-snap-plugin pamac-flatpak-plugin
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sudo rm -r /etc/bash.bashrc /etc/skel/.bashrc /etc/lsb-release

It's says clearly that these file already exists, so just remove it. That may help you.

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  • I am no manjaro expert, but normally package managers would ask to remove, and brute force root removal is typically not the first line of attack. Has OP searched the manjaro forums? – number9 Mar 16 at 20:31
  • I did what you said and now and it almost did it but then again an error: pastebin.com/kvya6rwx should I also delete these files as it says? – Unnat Mar 17 at 3:35

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