Hello Garuda Community,
after some annoying years with Ubuntu, I took the chance and installed Garuda as dual boot option for a new tablet-notebook-device. Even though, it's hardware made by a small Germany company which only officially supports either Windows or a very slightly customized Ubuntu, Garuda works surprisingly well.
I had eagerly selected software from the great selection in the Setup Assistant before I was running into troubles commiting the transaction.
error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files) /usr/share/fonts/carlito/Carlito-Bold.ttf exists in both 'ttf-google-fonts-git' and 'ttf-carlito' /usr/share/fonts/carlito/Carlito-BoldItalic.ttf exists in both 'ttf-google-fonts-git' and 'ttf-carlito' /usr/share/fonts/carlito/Carlito-Italic.ttf exists in both 'ttf-google-fonts-git' and 'ttf-carlito' /usr/share/fonts/carlito/Carlito-Regular.ttf exists in both 'ttf-google-fonts-git' and 'ttf-carlito'
I am new, so after a quick browser search, I used
pacman -Sii <packagename> to look dependents up (chaotic-aur repository). I found,
ttf-carlito is required by OnlyOffice which I selected while
ttf-google-fonts-git is required by gsettings-desktop things (probably something I have selected), insync and "asian-fonts". At the same time, the info about
pacman -Sii ttf-google-fonts-git noted no conflict with
fonts-meta-extended-lt is used by both but it does not list the ttf google package as dependency for some reason. I just want to say this in case someone could solve this problem.
I am afraid I have to restart the setup assistant and reselect all the software in order to deselect the OnlyOffice package. [Edit: fortunately not, the selection is still there.]