• Antergos Repo + pacaur


    Installed Antergos awhile back in a VM in Windows. Was just testing it. Well long story short I reinstalled today replacing another distro on my dual-boot. Install went fine with CLI installer, althought it displays text thats jumbled together but eventually straightens itself out. Then I had to reconvince Antergos to use localtime by hwclock --systohc --localtime. I digress…

    When I edited pacman.conf to manually add the AUR I noticed an Antergos Repo. I then read both mirrorlists and think I understand whats going on, it seems to doing the job that Reflector does or similiar. Close or no cigar?

    Will this cause issues when using pacaur?

    pacaur -Syua
    

    "We owe a lot to Thomas Edison - if it wasn't for him, we'd be watching television by candlelight." - Milton Berle

  • Installed Antergos awhile back in a VM in Windows. Was just testing it. Well long story short I reinstalled today replacing another distro on my dual-boot. Install went fine with CLI installer, althought it displays text thats jumbled together but eventually straightens itself out. Then I had to reconvince Antergos to use localtime by hwclock --systohc --localtime. I digress…

    When I edited pacman.conf to manually add the AUR I noticed an Antergos Repo. I then read both mirrorlists and think I understand whats going on, it seems to doing the job that Reflector does or similiar. Close or no cigar?

    Will this cause issues when using pacaur?

    pacaur -Syua
    

    "We owe a lot to Thomas Edison - if it wasn't for him, we'd be watching television by candlelight." - Milton Berle

  • @“tornnomar”:1x8qaa85 said:

    Installed Antergos awhile back in a VM in Windows. Was just testing it. Well long story short I reinstalled today replacing another distro on my dual-boot. Install went fine with CLI installer, althought it displays text thats jumbled together but eventually straightens itself out. Then I had to reconvince Antergos to use localtime by hwclock --systohc --localtime. I digress…

    When I edited pacman.conf to manually add the AUR I noticed an Antergos Repo. I then read both mirrorlists and think I understand whats going on, it seems to doing the job that Reflector does or similiar. Close or no cigar?

    Will this cause issues when using pacaur?

    pacaur -Syua
    

    The antergos repos just host a few files that are acutally installed when you install antergos. As for pacaur, its just an aur helper, so you can use pacaur just fine with antergos.

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  • Cool. Thanks for the quick response.

    "We owe a lot to Thomas Edison - if it wasn't for him, we'd be watching television by candlelight." - Milton Berle

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