Python-qtpy correct version not found

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So I'm having a dependency issue I believe I remember having similar issues with Manjaro I'm assuming it's due to a mismatch between stuff in AUR and stuff in the official repos though I may be completely wrong, I've done full updates, couldn't find any documentation for fixing this. I'm getting this error for pretty much everything I want to install this is nearly a brand new install I setup it up a couple months ago but haven't used it much until the last day.

Here is the error it's throwing, let me know if there is anything else you need to know.

could not satisfy dependencies:
- unable to satisfy dependency 'python-qtpy>=2.0.1' required by guiscrcpy-git

The information you need is on the AUR page:

PSA: As of v4.12.0, this requires QtPy >=2.0.0 which uses PyQt6 / PySide6. The Arch community python-qtpy package has not been updated yet. You can use guiscrcpy 4.11.3-1 instead for now or install the AppImage from the website.

Basically, you are trying to install guiscrcpy-git which is basically a snapshot of the latest code in development. That code requires a python library which is newer than the newest available version.

There are a variety of ways you could work around this but the easiest is probably to use the AppImage until python-qtpy is updated.

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Thanks so essentially I just install the appimage and that will cover the dependency for other apps, didn't know appimages could be used that way.

AppImages are bundled with all their dependencies inside them.

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The thing that confuses me is why this is coming up as a dependency for things like thunar, or at least installing thunar is throwing that error along with a bunch of other stuff.

Yeah I don't think an appimage will help I need the dependency I don't use guiscrcpy at all, it's just requiring a dependency that's making it so nothing else I try to install can get installed.

There is no way that guiscrcpy-git can be a dependency of thunar.

Can you share the command and the full output of that command where this error comes up?

I'm just trying to install stuff from pamac I was trying to avoid using the terminal so I didn't bork my system and run into issues like this again here is the output pamac is showing. This comes up when I try to install anything. I tried uninstalling pyguiscrpy-git but there is a chain of dependants that are preventing me from uninstalling I'm not exactly sure what package is at the top of this chain at this point I would be happy just purging this from my system after it preventing me from doing anything.

Preparing...
Synchronizing package databases...
Refreshing core.db...
Refreshing extra.db...
Refreshing community.db...
Refreshing chaotic-aur.db...
Refreshing AUR...
Cloning guiscrcpy-git build files...
Generating guiscrcpy-git information...
Checking guiscrcpy-git dependencies...
Checking python-coloredlogs dependencies...
Checking python-qtpy-git dependencies...
Resolving dependencies...
Warning: cannot resolve "python-qtpy>=2.0.1", a dependency of "guiscrcpy-git"
Failed to prepare transaction:
could not satisfy dependencies:
- unable to satisfy dependency 'python-qtpy>=2.0.1' required by guiscrcpy-git
Transaction cancelled.

What happens if you try to install the regular version?

sudo pacman -S guiscrcpy

Can we see the output of pactree -r guiscrcpy-git

i've had this same issue when attempting to install apps from the GUI.

i work around it by running a full update and then installing the app package i want from the terminal.

run the update first so you don't get a 'partial upgrade' notification, apps will bring a few dependencies with them and if some packages have an update waiting, you'll get the notification.

this library version issue should get fixed soon.

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This approach may have backfired, unfortunately.

I have seen quite a few problems crop up in the forum related to using Pamac, including fully broken packages that are for some reason just fine if you install with pacman through the terminal, or use a different helper. A few experienced folks in the forum have noted they use Pamac only for searching for packages, and once they find something they want they install with pacman or paru.

I think this is good advice.

Another option would be switching to Octopi, which is a different GUI package manager that seems (in general) to be causing fewer problems.

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Thanks everyone for the help, I resolved it by running a pacman -Syu and was able to proceed with installing stuff, guess I'll just get back to using the terminal I just have flashbacks of borking my old arch system on a near weekly basis haha.

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That is most unusual. It indicates either consistent problems on an irregular basis, or inconsistent errors yada, yada. Unacceptable in any dimension. If you have misconfiguration problems in one, they may translate to the other, as well.

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No I just have a curiosity killed the cat kind of issue, I tend to like to tinker, and on top of that I like to do it on my main system. I had a decent recovery system setup on my old arch setup but I would always forget the necessary commands to recover when it got to that point. I'm trying my hardest to not tinker this time but inevitably I will bork this system as well.

LOLOLOL. Yeah, there's at least two of us around this joint. Maybe a couple more.

Fix it 'til it is broke. I understand.

Yeah. That's the root problem of everyone that runs Linux, IMHO, but especially Arch. Curiosity-seekers (like my brother) tend to run things like Mint (he did for a few years). Those that are more curious gravitate toward things more Debian Testing-like or Arch and Arch-based (I do differentiate).

The latter may be a nice intro to Arch if it doesn't introduce bad habits. Garuda is an excellent example of a top-tier, Arch-based distribution that melds user-centricity with distribution-centricity. There are few like it to be found. IMHO, it's not an easy thing to accomplish.

What do I mean by that? I mean Garuda allows you the power to willy-nilly destroy your operating system, in one hand, but gives you an easy non-God like ability to resurrect that same system if that is what you want. "Like a good neighbor..."

Then there are those that I just cannot bring myself to comment on--the very few distributions that try to wreck the whole thing, because I do not wish to promote them by name, even in a negative connotation. Not quite Voldemorts, but close.

Anyway, my point is you seem to be a normal Linux/Arch Linux user. See ya 'round. :wink:

I think my mistake on my last install was doing a super custom partition setup that gave me no end of troubles when restoring. I think avoiding that this time will save my bacon.