Antergos (default OS) - WIN10 (abandoned)
I3wm - Mate desktop
AMD - A4 7300 Radeon graphics
16 GB ram
HD 1 TB
Linux newbie since 06/2016
I’m no expert on hardware problems, but can you test if your RAM memory is released using the command bellow?
sudo sh -c 'echo 3 >/proc/sys/vm/drop_caches'
If yes, is possible to make a workaround while you wait for someone else to help you to find the cause/solution for the problem.
i also managed to make github work!!! but i guess an organized tutorial only when i get back… hehehe
If someone wants to test the url or add the repo for testing:
[repo_test] SigLevel = PackageRequired Server = https://github.com/marotinhodimais/repo_test/releases/download/repo_test/
and import the keys
sudo pacman-key --keyserver keys.gnupg.net -r 6ECCE045 sudo pacman-key --lsign-key 6ECCE045
sudo pacman -Syy
Welcome to our comunity!
although I’ve always go back to Debian
You’ll never go back to Debian after using AUR to install unofficial packages. Under Debian/*buntu’s based you’d need to import package by package at https://launchpad.net
I managed to create the repo the same way you did:
- Using the folder files at sourceforge
- Setting SigLevel = Never
that’s ok for now, at least i know it works, but i want to sign the packages to give security to users (i tested signing but i guess i’m making something wrong at this point).
Since i’ll travel again tomorrow and come back in a week or more i won’t be testing in the next few days.
I was also waiting to upload my next unofficial iso update 'cause some
pintadependencies needs to be fixed on arch repos.
EDIT!!! I just managed to sign the key properly, i hope to have time today to give the steps for who is interested in creating a repository too…
I do not think we should consider supporting it via the unofficial community maintained i686 repos
i agree too. There are unofficial repos at arch (for i686), they’ll probably improve it now that arch will drop i686 packages for real at the end of the month.
here are the steps i took:
Added to /etc/pacman.conf
[repo_test] SigLevel = PackageRequired Server = https://sourceforge.net/p/fernando-maroto-repo-test/repo_test/ci/master/tree/
created gpg key using seahorse, imported and signed:
sudo pacman-key -r E0ADE626 sudo pacman-key --lsign-key E0ADE626
Copied .pkg.tar.xz to the folder ~/repo_test and used
repo-add_and_sign -r repo_test --arch x86_64 --copy --verbose --purge *.pkg.tar.xz
used git to upload:
git init git add . git commit -m "first commit" git remote add origin ssh://[email protected]/p/fernando-maroto-repo-test/repo_test git push -u origin master
and now the repo appear with
sudo pacman -Syybut without .sig files. My new files still don’t appear at pacman/pamac
So am i missing any step yet?