• Can not access AUR


    A short question, which may possibly be out of date very soon: is anyone else unable to access AUR? I’m checking a package which depends on one of AUR packages, and it refuses to install. I used to think I must had made a mistake in PKGBUILD, but it turns out I also see nothing while searching AUR with pamac.

  • @piotr
    Trivial question: have you enabled AUR support in pamac settings? Both AUR in general, and the AUR update?

  • @manuel said in Can not access AUR:

    have you enabled AUR support in pamac settings?

    Well, I’m testing a package in order to upload it to AUR. This suggests I must have turned AUR on the other day. ;)

  • @piotr
    For me AUR has been working all the time. But haven’t tried it today… wait a moment… ;)
    Yes, I can see AUR packages without problems in pamac. But currently I have nothing to update from AUR so this is not really a test…

  • @manuel Sometimes it seems to start working, but dies seconds after.

  • @piotr
    How about using yaourt or other managers that support AUR?
    EDIT: can you give any error messages?

  • @piotr said in Can not access AUR:

    is anyone else unable to access AUR?

    Hi!
    It’s working here.
    I suggest you try to install the AUR package with yaourt in a terminal to check what error will pop up.

  • Hehe… I was able to delete an AUR package with pamac… ;)
    And installed it back, all OK. :)

  • I had to leave for half an hour. Hope it will work as I’m back. Thanks for all replies!

  • Seems not to work in Poland. A friend of mine, who lives 400 km far from my place says it doesn’t work also for him, on vanilla Arch. It says “curl error - couldn’t resolve host name”.

  • @piotr

    which is the packages by the way?
    I can try to build it here (Brazil) and upload the binary package at github for you if you want.

  • @fernandomaroto said in Can not access AUR:

    which is the packages by the way?

    Nothing would install from AUR at all, but now it seems to work well. However, my package still refuses to install for some reason. Dependencies look like this:

    depends=('python' 'python-pygame' 'python-requests')
    

    and it claims it couldn’t resolve the “python-pygame” dependency. If I install the python-pygame package from pamac, the package installs with no errors.

    If you could take a look at the issue, you’ll find the PKGBUILD file here: http://nwg.pl/mice/download/PKGBUILD

  • @piotr
    i just installed python-pygame and portmidi too.
    It seems your game was downloaded but refuses to install http://prntscr.com/htli7m

  • @fernandomaroto I can install dependencies from pamac, too. What I need is to make them install automatically, as described in PKGBUILD.

    The error you pasted seems to be a part of the Python setuptools package. It points at a polish letter in the README.txt file. I’ll remove it, hope it helps. Will you take another look when it’s ready?

  • @piotr said in Can not access AUR:

    Will you take another look when it’s ready?

    Sure, but i must say that i’m no PKGBUILD expert. I can test as many times you wish, just let me know.

  • @fernandomaroto said in Can not access AUR:

    I can test as many times you wish, just let me know.

    Thanks! I updated the PKGBUILD file, and also the source which caused the error you mentioned. Hope it’s going to install now… You can also just download the package itself: http://nwg.pl/mice/download/one-more-cheese-0.1.0-2-x86_64.pkg.tar. Please, give it another try.

    PS: ^F5 may be necessary to see changes in PKGBUILD.

  • Alright, my problems at testing seem not to exist in real life. I’ve added the package to AUR, and it installs well here, together with dependencies.

    https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/one-more-cheese

    Thanks again for your help.

  • @piotr it’s working indeed http://prntscr.com/htmnlb

    congratulations for developing the game pal. I hope it gets popular hehehe.

  • @fernandomaroto said in Can not access AUR:

    congratulations for developing the game pal. I hope it gets popular hehehe.

    Thanks! Actually it was just my sandbox to learn some Python, but it seems to be quite addictive. :) Take a look, it’s easy: you need to click on cells to turn them, and let the mouse empty rows, for them to disappear. I think I’ll ask the forum members for testing in another thread.

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