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#1 07.07.2005 22:37:16

quiptime
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community Pakete

Hallo,

kann ein Paket von community nicht mit pacman installieren.

Die lezte Info zu meinen Repo lautet:

:: current is up to date
:: extra is up to date
:: community is up to date

Meine Installation:

pacman -S ati-drivers
ati-drivers: not found in sync db

oder:
pacman -S ati-drivers 8.14.13-3
ati-drivers: not found in sync db
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Wo liegt der Fehler. Hat Jemand einen Tip?

Gruss quiptime

#2 07.07.2005 22:40:45

Pierre
Entwickler

Re: community Pakete

Das Paket scheint es in [community] nicht zu geben. Beachte, daß nicht alle Pakete, die im AUR gelistet werden im [community]-Repository sind.

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#3 07.07.2005 22:45:53

quiptime
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Re: community Pakete

Hi Pierre,

ja warum werden sie dann in AUR gelistet?

#4 07.07.2005 22:51:09

Pierre
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Re: community Pakete

<quote http://aur.archlinux.org/guidelines.html&gt;
Q: What is the difference between the AUR, COMMUNITY, and TUR? Why don't packages I upload to the AUR show up in pacman?

 A: The TUR, or Trusted User Repository, was the old system used to manage user submissions. It had a number of flaws, so was discontinued. The TUR website is still up, but is dead and will be removed shortly. AUR is the official replacement for the TUR. It is a web system that allows users to submit their own PKGBUILDs for both the TUs and the general community to see. COMMUNITY is a new Arch repository, run by the TUs, that is available via pacman.

 User submitted PKGBUILDs are available from the AUR, but because they have not been reviewed, packages are not available. If a PKGBUILD is reviewed, and receives many votes, it may "graduate" into the COMMUNITY repo. There it will easily be retrievable from pacman.

 If you are a new user, it is safe to use the COMMUNITY repo, as packages have been verified. Any PKGBUILDs in the UNSUPPORTED section of the AUR have not been tested, and could be dangerous or broken. Use at your own risk.
</quote>

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#5 07.07.2005 23:01:47

quiptime
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Re: community Pakete

Oh man,

ich sehe mich nun ein neues Paket bauen und weiss noch nicht mal so richtig wie es geht.

Das erste Problem habe ich dabei schon. Bei ATI gibt es keine Sourcen sondern nur RPM's zum Download. In irgendeinem Thread habe ich in den letzten Tagen gelesen, dass es eine unkomplizierte Moeglichkeit gibt, aus einem RPM ein *.tar.gz zu erzeugen. Weiss aber nicht, ob das zufaellig hier in diesem Forum war.

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#6 07.07.2005 23:31:38

Pierre
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Re: community Pakete

Lade doch die Dateien aus dem AUR und starte makepkg.

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