On Sat, May 14, 2022 at 01:42:35PM -0400, Matthew Dyer via arch-ports wrote:
I am a new member to this list as I am using a pi400 using a distro designed for the blind called stormux which is based on arch arm platform. Earlyer this week qemu7 was released in the stable repo and when trying to upgrade I was told that the package qemu desktop could not be installed because of broken dependencies. I had to add both qemu-headless and qemu-img to my ingore list in pacman.conf to get the other packages to upgrade. I am wondering if there is a way to force or in this case get this package to upgrade? I know that qemu-headless was replaced with qemu-desktop, but when trying to install I can not because of this broken dependency issue. Anyone else had this problem? Thanks in advance. I am new to arm so if there is something different in this is handeled then I appolegize up frount.
I tried on a aarch64 Archlinux ARM and basically no qemu package installs for me. This is probably a rebuild issue of qemu in Archlinux ARM itself. Maybe upstream forums on archlinuxarm.org are a better place to report this bug..