[arch-releng] Pacman Conflicts

Mr Green mrgreen at linuxmail.org
Sat May 19 02:02:13 EDT 2012

Hi Chris,

What conflicts are you having problems with? mkarchiso install packages 
without any interaction for the most part.


On 19/05/12 06:35, arch-releng-request at archlinux.org wrote:
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> Mr Green<mrgreen at linuxmail.org>  on Sun, 2012/05/06 11:48:
>> Hi,
>> I am trying to build an iso that includes LTS kernel at the moment I can
>> add linux-lts to package list. Need a clean way to remove linux
>> [kernel]. Thinking along the lines of adding a 'pacman -R' to mkarchiso,
>> possibly adding something like _pacman () maybe _pacman_remove().
>> Not sure it will be a possible patch as it may be of any other use to
>> anyone.
>> Ideas are easy creating them is a different story
> I had a similar problem... Just created an iso with systemd. I added this to
> my build script:
> mkarchiso ${verbose} -w "${work_dir}" -D "${install_dir}" \
> -r "pacman -R --noconfirm sysvinit initscripts" run
> However I would like to have a clean solution...
> Is there any way to make pacman install packages and remove conflicts in a
> non interactive way in one run?

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