I have some sound issues and I installed
pulseaudio-git, and that replaced
pulseaudio. Now I want to do the reverse, but although I pass -d flag to pacman, it tells me about dependencies that require the pulseaudio-git package. If I try to uninstall those dependencies like this:
$ sudo pacman -dR pulseaudio-git chromium ffmpeg firefox fluidsynth gst-plugins-good lib32-libpulse libcanberra-pulse libmikmod manjaro-pulse phonon-qt5 plasma-pa pulseaudio-alsa pulseaudio-ctl pulseaudio-qt qt5-multimedia
then their dependencies complain too.
My original issue is this, on this same forum.