Conflicting dependencies: - ananicy and ananicy-git are in conflict

In case of problems, you can, in an emergency, restore to the last working snapshot.

If remote apps are needed after all, simply install them with

sudo pacman -Syu <package-name>
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I had this same problem earlier today. The way I solved it was to open a terminal and type:
sudo pacman -S ananicy-git

and then I put in my password

It fixed the problem and I was then able to update and install more programs.

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I had this same problem earlier today. The way I solved it was to open a terminal and type:
sudo pacman -S ananicy-git

This worked for me, thank you. :slight_smile:

sudo pacman -R garuda-common-settings
sudo pacman -R ananicy-git

I think this would have worked as well, I didn't think I could remove garuda-common-settings, so will keep this in mind for future problems.

Thanks for all the help!

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no you're fine i understand I solved it through the add/remove app and removed ananicy git and redone the replacement in the Konsole

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