mount: /usr/lib/ `MOUNT_23.4` not found


I just installed Manjaro and then:

  • installed chrome
  • ran this: pacman -S --needed base-devel
  • and then installed VSCode
    everything was fine, but when I restarted the system, it gave me the prompt shown in the picture below:


I just migrated to Manjaro from windows. but don't know what to do about this problem.
any help would be appreciated.

Use a chroot to fully update your system:

Do you have /usr on a separate partition, perchance? :thinking:

Far more prosaic: it's a "partial upgrade".

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Try in tty Ctrl+Alt+F2

After you have entered username and password

sudo pacman-mirrors -f5 && sudo pacman -Syyu


Or try via Chroot.

Start a Manjaro-Live Stck or Live-CD and open Terminal.

manjaro-chroot -a

Then you can choose your Manjaro system, it's probably the 0.

sudo pacman-mirrors -f5 && sudo pacman -Syyu


This information is already in the posts I linked to above.

I know it's relevant and you want to help, but please don't just copy&paste the same answer into multiple threads. It's fair to expect people to read a source of information (post or wiki page) which already contains the information and it helps keep the place tidier. Providing copy&paste steps every time also makes posters reliant on being "spoon-fed" the answer instead of using some of their brain.

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Thanks. It worked!

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