Not updating remember to clean it
In order to use a repository after adding it, you will need to upgrade the whole system first. A safe way is to first check if another package owns the file ().
Each repository section allows defining the list of its mirrors directly or in a dedicated external file through the This is happening because pacman has detected a file conflict, and by design, will not overwrite files for you. If the file is owned by another package, file a bug report.
Running non-interactively is very risky since you might end up overwriting an important file.
Also take care to extract packages in the correct order (i.e. This forum post contains an example of this process where only a couple pacman dependencies are broken.
The order of repositories in the configuration file matters; repositories listed first will take precedence over those listed later in the file when packages in two repositories have identical names, regardless of version number.In practice, do not run group that you wish to install.Sometimes a package group will contain a large amount of packages, and there may be only a few that you do or do not want to install.If you are certain that no instances of pacman are running then delete the lock file: to force a refresh of all package lists and upgrade.Also make sure the selected mirrors are up-to-date and repositories are correctly configured.