RPCS3 build issues

Had to edit as it was a different issue.

Preferably i want to installl RPCS3 through garuda assistant but it returns "target not found". Trying with pamac but it instead just hangs. I did attempt to build but ran into another error.

:: jack2 and pipewire-jack are in conflict (jack). Remove pipewire-jack? [y/N] y
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: removing pipewire-jack breaks dependency 'pipewire-jack' required by lib32-pipewire-jack
:: removing pipewire-jack breaks dependency 'pipewire-jack' required by pipewire-support
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They don't conflict again, you're explicitly asking pacman to install lib32-jack2 which requires jack2.

This is a different issue.

If RPCS3 requires jack2 then that will need to be installed. This is a key usecase for a using a build chroot, e.g. via makechrootpkg .

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I see, so if i continue with this command everything should be fine, is that right?

sudo pacman -Syu pipewire-jack lib32-pipewire-jack

You will have a working PipeWire setup, if that's what you mean?

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Why not just download the .AppImage from their website?

Have you already tried with the update command? It should have a fix for that old jack2 conflict.

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Still have the unresolvable conflict error

I still get jack2 pipewire-jack conflict when installing WINE through assistant, thats what this post was originally about. u/ Jonathon said its due to "explicitly asking pacman to install lib32-jack2 which requires jack2".
So i continued with a different fix from the original post on the isssue.

sudo pacman -Syu pipewire-jack lib32-pipewire-jack

I thought the RPCS3 issue was due to the conflict, apparently not.


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Installing jack2 gives unresolvable conflict, how do i fix this?

Without knowing the specific command and output, the best option would be to use

I don't think I'll have luck building as i lack knowledge with these tools or a simple guide. I'll be fine using the appimage for now. As for the update assistant error, should i wait for fix through an update?

There is documentation available, as well as many ways of asking questions. All it needs is a little desire to learn.

On the other hand, if you just want to play games then using the AppImage is the quickest solution.

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I dont think it worth the hassle for me, i'm not sure jack2 is the error as assistant returns "target not found".

If it's not found then it's probably not in a repo, and that's probably because of


That makes sense now, thanks jonathon :grin:

Should i mark this as solved?

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