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I just received a similar error message, for me it occurred because I tried to run an update earlier in a network that required me to login. So somehow the HTML login page landed in my sync files for core, community, multilib here: /var/lib/pacman/sync/community.db Simply check if a similar thing happened to you: $ cat /lib/pacman/sync/core.db For me, ...


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try sudo pacman -S <package> --overwrite '*' Or maybe (not sure whether overwrite will work for update) sudo pacman -Syu --overwrite '*'


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I had the same issue when the system was not updated for too long. Seems like some new keys were added since than and my "archlinux-keyring" package is way too old for this. Here is what I had to do to fix it: pacman-key --populate archlinux pacman -S archlinux-keyring


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Xorg cleanup requires manual intervention To perform the upgrade enter the following command: sudo pacman -Rdd libdmx libxxf86dga libxxf86misc && sudo pacman -Syu or sudo pacman -Rdd libdmx libxxf86dga && sudo pacman -Syu hope its works


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According to the VirtualBox documentation, the VirtualBox.run script takes an argument that should be either of the strings install or uninstall. Using sudo ./VirtualBox.run uninstall would uninstall VirtualBox.


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The problem is fixed. All I had to run is the following command. sudo archlinux-java fix Arch Wiki


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This "error" has nothing to do with "pacman breaking down again". Pacman did not break down. Instead of asking on here you could have just googled the issue or checked out the arch website https://www.archlinux.org/ . The latest news shows you how to upgrade your system if you encounter this "error".


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I was facing the same problem Solution xorg-cleanup-requires-manual-intervention pacman -Rdd libdmx libxxf86dga && pacman -Syu These links might be helpful as well FS#64892 - [Xorg] remove dead Xorg packages xorgproto issues..


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