• Problems installing yay. Is Antergos repo still functional?

    I tried installing yay this morning and got the following result:

    Installing selected packages...
    resolving dependencies...
    looking for conflicting packages...
    Packages (1) yay-9.1.0-1
    Total Download Size: 1.92 MiB
    Total Installed Size: 6.31 MiB
    :: Retrieving packages...
    error: failed retrieving file 'yay-9.1.0-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz' from mirrors.antergos.com : The requested URL returned error: 404 
    (1/1) yay-9.1.0-1-x86_64 
    checking keys in keyring
    checking package integrity
    error: yay: signature from "Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) " is unknown trust 
    :: File /var/cache/pacman/pkg/yay-9.1.0-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz is corrupted (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)).
    error: failed to commit transaction (invalid or corrupted package (PGP signature)) 
    Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.
    Command finished with errors!

    However if i go checking mirrors.antergos.com it’s still live, moreover I was able to locate yay in there but apparently the available version is newer than what pacman is offering:

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    Any idea what’s going on?

  • @nate_x
    Antergos repo is becoming unstable. I guess you could use AUR instead. And either move the [antergos] repo definition in file /etc/pacman.conf to end of that file, or just remove it.

    Note that yay can be installed using pamac-manager, but you need to enable AUR support (in pamac-manager) since it is not enabled by default.

  • Thanks. I had some issues using pamac-manager some while ago and switched to octopi. If i disable antergos repository in octopi, I can indeed find and install yay as an aur package.

    I think I’ll leave antergos repository enabled for now just to help out debugging for those who will start facing issues in the following days/weeks and to help the people working on a solution to phase-out antergos repos.

  • @nate_x
    BTW, I just added yay into my repo: https://github.com/manuel-192/antergos-mup

    If you want to use this repo, add it before [antergos] definition in /etc/pacman.conf.
    There are all instructions behind the link above.

  • Not to hijack this thread at all, but I have almost all of the Antergos’ repo uploaded to my own repository for Reborn OS if you want to just use that for a bit until you find something better. If this interests you, simply add the following lines to your pacman.conf file:

    Include = /etc/pacman.d/reborn-mirrorlist

    And then download our mirrorlist using the below command, placing it in the /etc/pacman/ directory.

    wget https://gitlab.com/RebornOS/RebornOS/raw/reverted/airootfs/etc/reborn-mirrorlist
  • @manuel My yay also failed to commit transaction and invalid or corrupted package thing.

    What is this yogurt program good for?

  • @archie7
    You could try refreshing pacman keys:

    pacman -Sc
    pacman-key --init
    pacman-key --populate archlinux antergos
    pacman-key --refresh-keys

    This gives more info about AUR helpers: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AUR_helpers

  • @manuel I tried this and then sudo pacman -Syu, but the same error came up about the corrupted or broken yay thing.

    Maybe this will be fixed later in a update by Antergos.

    I cannot install AbiWord or 0 A.D while this yay thing doesn’t work.

  • Hey @archie7 did you try my solution in the third post in this thread? simply disable antergos repository until you install yay. It will be installed from AUR.

  • Yeah, that will work. The pamac-manager can also install AUR packages after enabling it.

  • @nate_x I am using the package manager that came with Antergos, I don’t know what it is called.

    I can see the Antergos yay that’s giving the problem. Can I remove that one and install the yay-bin or yay-git from the AUR?

    I need that yay thing to install AbiWord and 0 A.D.

  • @archie7

    You don’t necessarily need yay at all. And those packages are not from AUR but official Arch packages.
    So you should be able to install them with pamac-manager (the GUI package manager).
    Also pacman works, see man pacman.

    If you need to install AUR packages, pamac-manager needs just to be configured to support that.

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