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(conflicting files) filesystem: /etc/mtab exists in filesystem initscripts: /etc/profile.d/locale.sh exists in filesystem Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded. There's actually two problems here. First, delete /etc/profile.d/local.sh. ┬áSee here. The second issue can be resolved by passing ‘-force' into pacman. ┬áSee here. Link to this post! Related Posts Ruby on Rails unit test: cannot find table error Ruby 2.0's Version of Python's PDB Git: Remove all deleted files from git repository Conditionally Display https://archlinuxarm.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=55&t=2169 High Resolution Images in HTML/CSS for Retina Displays Safari 5.0.5 won't play HTML5 video Pingback: How To Fix Error /etc/mtab Exists In Filesystem in Windows() « "Object #has no method ‘isXDomain'"—Safari 5.0.5 won't play HTML5 video » debugfix RSS | Atom | Twitter Categories Android (2) HTML5 (2) iOS (4) Javascript (5) Linux http://debugfix.com/2012/03/filesystem-etcmtab-exists-filesystem-initscripts-etcprofile-dlocale-sh-exists-filesystem/ (2) OS X (2) Python (2) Rails (4) Ruby (6) Shell (1) Version Control (1) Video (2) Vim (2) Web Development (15) Xcode (2) Popular Entries dyld: Library not loaded: @executable_path/../.Python Android browser CSS position: fixed bug (solved) ruby on rails - bundle reinstall Debug Node.js apps with node-inspector Library not loade: /usr/local/lib/libfreetype.6.dylib (LoadError) Tags android apache arch linux array border brew bug build bundle byebug certificates cheatsheet chrome codec commands compiler config css debug debugger; debugging django edgecase editor ffmpeg file formatting firefox freetype gcc git green guide h.264 hacker news heroku htaccess html html5 html5 video i386 ie ie6 ie7 ie8 image image capture internet explorer ios ios 5 ipad iphone ipod itunes javascript jquery koans link linux mime-type mirroring mobile node node.js nodejs oh-my-zsh os x packman pip progressive enhancement provisioning python quicktime rails rake reddit reduce regex responsive design retina ruby ruby on rails rvm safari server shell socket.io sprite shee

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