Error updating locale
The pacman package manager is one of the major distinguishing features of Arch Linux.
Sometimes a package group will contain a large amount of packages, and there may be only a few that you do or do not want to install.
If the file is not owned by another package, rename the file which 'exists in filesystem' and re-issue the update command. If you had installed a program manually without using pacman or a frontend, for example through errors when trying to update the package. Instead of manually renaming and later removing all the files that belong to the package in question, you may exceptionally run .
This prevents another instance of pacman from trying to alter the package database at the same time.
It could also be that the repository containing the package is not enabled on your system, e.g.
the package could be in the multilib repository, but multilib is not enabled in your flag for interactive mode.