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Trey Sizemore via arch-general
2018-04-06 18:11:44 UTC
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I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
package, and I'm not sure how to best resolve:

Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT 2018)
==> Checking runtime dependencies...
==> Missing dependencies:
-> libsecret=0.18.6


Or this variation with pacman:

error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
'libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655'

Any help is greatly appreciated!
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beest
2018-04-06 18:34:09 UTC
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Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT 2018)
==> Checking runtime dependencies...
-> libsecret=0.18.6
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
'libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655'
Any help is greatly appreciated!
'pacman -Syu'

(At least, if you were using Arch. As it stands ...
Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
Linux antergos 4.15.14-1-ARCH x86_64
... we can't vouch for the state of Antergos's repo and it is not
supported here.)
Ralf Mardorf
2018-04-06 18:43:48 UTC
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On Fri, Apr 06, 2018 at 02:11:44PM -0400, Trey Sizemore via
Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT
2018) ==> Checking runtime dependencies...
-> libsecret=0.18.6
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
'libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655'
Any help is greatly appreciated!
'pacman -Syu'
The OP obviously did that.
(At least, if you were using Arch. As it stands ...
Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
Linux antergos 4.15.14-1-ARCH x86_64
... we can't vouch for the state of Antergos's repo and it is not
supported here.)
The OP didn't mention "antergos". I suspect he builds from AUR, see
https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/tree/PKGBUILD?h=lib32-libsecret :

[snip]
_pkgbasename=libsecret
pkgname=lib32-$_pkgbasename
pkgver=0.18.6
[snip]
depends=(lib32-gcc-libs lib32-glib2 lib32-libgcrypt $_pkgbasename=$pkgver)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

So the outdated lib32-libsecret package requires the outdated libsecret
and to build the new lib32-libsecret the new libsecret package is
needed. I already explained how to solve this by my previous reply.
Doug Newgard via arch-general
2018-04-06 18:51:02 UTC
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On Fri, 6 Apr 2018 20:43:48 +0200
Post by Ralf Mardorf
On Fri, Apr 06, 2018 at 02:11:44PM -0400, Trey Sizemore via
Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT
2018) ==> Checking runtime dependencies...
-> libsecret=0.18.6
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
'libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655'
Any help is greatly appreciated!
'pacman -Syu'
The OP obviously did that.
(At least, if you were using Arch. As it stands ...
Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
Linux antergos 4.15.14-1-ARCH x86_64
... we can't vouch for the state of Antergos's repo and it is not
supported here.)
The OP didn't mention "antergos". I suspect he builds from AUR, see
His signature does. It doesn't matter that the package he's trying to build is
in the AUR, he's on a different distro.
beest
2018-04-06 18:51:18 UTC
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The OP obviously did that.
Correct, I skipped a line reading in the sunshine and your reply hadn't
popped up when I posted, apologies!
Ralf Mardorf
2018-04-06 18:55:53 UTC
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Antergos
Ok, the signature mentiones it, but a signature could mention
Ubuntu, while a question could be related to Arch Linux.

Anyway, libsecret seemingly is from official Arch repos and
lib32-libsecret neither from Antergos nor from official Arch repos.

https://repo.antergos.info/antergos/
Ralf Mardorf
2018-04-06 18:35:10 UTC
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Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT 2018)
==> Checking runtime dependencies...
-> libsecret=0.18.6
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
'libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655'
Any help is greatly appreciated!
1. You are building lib32-libsecret from AUR. So it doesn't depend to
this mailing list.

2. Just force to install the dependency $_pkgbasename=$pkgver, aka
libsecret=0.18.6 and break the dependency libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655,
which seemingly is the a dependency for the outdated
lib32-libsecret package (and perhaps other packages, too, which is not
that hard to check ;). To avoid partial upgrades, you anyway need to
install libsecret 0.18.6 and rebuild any local/inofficial package
against libsecret 0.18.6, if it should be a dependency.
Trey Sizemore via arch-general
2018-04-06 20:02:59 UTC
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Post by Trey Sizemore via arch-general
I've recently been getting the following errors for the libsecret
Making package: lib32-libsecret 0.18.6-1 (Fri Apr 6 13:15:40 EDT 2018)
==> Checking runtime dependencies...
-> libsecret=0.18.6
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: lib32-libsecret: installing libsecret (0.18.6-1) breaks dependency
'libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655'
Any help is greatly appreciated!
1. You are building lib32-libsecret from AUR. So it doesn't depend to
this mailing list.
2. Just force to install the dependency $_pkgbasename=$pkgver, aka
libsecret=0.18.6 and break the dependency libsecret=0.18.5+14+g9980655,
which seemingly is the a dependency for the outdated
lib32-libsecret package (and perhaps other packages, too, which is not
that hard to check ;). To avoid partial upgrades, you anyway need to
install libsecret 0.18.6 and rebuild any local/inofficial package
against libsecret 0.18.6, if it should be a dependency.
Thank you.
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Cheers,
Trey
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The beauty of the soul shines out when a man bears
with composure one heavy mischance after another,
not because he does not feel them, but because
he is a man of high and heroic temper.
--Aristotle

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