I have earlier reported on a success story with MacBook Pro 8,1 (late 2011) but last nigth “my old friend” died! Today I have done a new install on a MBP 13 retina (late 2014) and I am having trouble updating. I get the message “archlabs-user-skel : /etc/skel/.vimrc already exists in filesystem” and then update stops.
I once used option 16 of pacli and solved, then option 2.
But I know that every case is a case…
Hi it happened to me too; i wasn’t sure if I could make more damage removing the existing file, so I renamed it and proceed with the update .
It was successful and I tested the system, didn’t find any trouble so i deleted the one i renamed and everything was fine since.
I hope it works for you, please let me know.
Looks like you can go straight with:
rm /etc/skel/.vimrc and you could also, next time you update, need to run rm /usr/lib/libmozjs-52.so.0.
I experienced each issue in two different update sessions.
Apologies for the issue with
/etc/skel/.vimrc, its now just part of our user package.
I do not think this centers package with / etc / skel
but maybe I’m wrong.
[don@don-pc ~]$ sudo pacman -Qi js52
Nome : js52
Versione : 52.7.3-2
Architettura : x86_64
URL : https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Projects/SpiderMonkey
Licenze : MPL
Gruppi : Nessuno
Fornisce : Nessuno
Dipenda da : gcc-libs readline zlib sh
Dipendenze opzionali : Nessuno
Richiesto da : polkit
Opzionale per : Nessuno
Conflitti con : Nessuno
Sostituisce : Nessuno
Spazio richiesto : 46,53 MiB
Pacchettizzatore : Jan Alexander Steffens (heftig)
Data di creazione : ven 04 mag 2018 17:13:32 CEST
Data di installazione : ven 04 mag 2018 19:31:36 CEST
Motivo dell'installazione : Installato come dipendenza di un altro pacchetto
Script di install : No
Convalidato da : Firma
[don@don-pc ~]$ pactree js52
│ │ ├─glibc
│ │ └─gcc-libs
│ └─ncurses provides libncursesw.so
└─bash provides sh
I am overwhelmed over the response here! Really great forum!!
I did remove /etc/skel/.vimrc and update went as usual after that. Now I have wifi working also. I am doing this on my “work-book” (because my old friend died). I am using a 64GB usb-stick and so far I only have one little problem. I cannot make screenresolution stick between reboots. “My old friend” was very easy to install to and now this is the first time on retina. I will read up on mbp-retina and see if there is a good solution to this. Unless someone here has a hint?
Thanks for support!!
Yes! It seems like I have worked out the resolution problem! I used xrandr and xfce controlcenter and managed to make a save to configuration!