I do not think it will, (at pamac) only packages will show up inside category, nothing from AUR…
I should have been been more specific: mean the shortcut category
Categories=Game;, and where it’s being displayed in the menu.
Guys, please forgive me the self-advertisement, but I’m at least as much surprised as happy to have finally added the game to AUR. I’d be grateful for info if it appears for you in the AUR repo, installs and works well.
The package called eist-returns contains the game, and the level editor. The game itself should be self-explanatory (just see the intro), but in case of difficulties you may take a look at the video.
The level editor needs some docs and source vector graphics to be really useful and easy at creating new levels (will be added soon on the project site), but all the features should work well.
The project is nothing serious, just my sandbox to learn some JavaFX. I took the idea from what I had written 25 years ago, and then re-coded as an Android app. The desktop version is the open source project, you’ll find it here: https://github.com/nwg-piotr/EistReturns
The game is in beta stage of development. Thanks in advance for feedback.
Alright, this works this way:
.ssh/aurkey, paste the SHA1 fingerprint value (remove spaces) as the ‘PGP Key Fingerprint’ value;
- Open the
aur.pubfile, paste its content (strip 'ssh-rsa ’ at the beginning and ‘[email protected]’ at the end) into the ‘SSH Public key’ field.
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I know I should ask at Arch Linux Forums, but I’m not an Arch user, so I’m looking for help on my own community first.
I’d like to submit a package to AUR, and I got in trouble at the very beginning - while registering an account. I’m following this guide. I got stuck at the
The PGP fingerprint is invalidmessage here: screenshot
I’m trying to create the user ‘nwg’. The questions are:
What should I enter here?
~/.ssh/config Host aur.archlinux.org IdentityFile ~/.ssh/aur User aur
Which part of ‘The key fingerprint’ should I paste as the
PGP Key Fingerprintvalue? The
$ ssh-keygen -f ~/.ssh/aurproduces:
[[email protected] ~]$ ssh-keygen -f ~/.ssh/aur Generating public/private rsa key pair. Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): Enter same passphrase again: Your identification has been saved in /home/piotr/.ssh/aur. Your public key has been saved in /home/piotr/.ssh/aur.pub. The key fingerprint is: SHA256:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX [email protected] The key's randomart image is: +---[RSA 2048]----+ | o+* | | .= E | | . . | | . . = = | | + * S @ | | . * X / o | | . X B X . | | = = * . | | =+o | +----[SHA256]-----+ [[email protected] ~]$
If I manage to pass this part, I’ll also have to know if I’m expected to paste all the
aur.pubcontent into the
SSH Public Key:field. It looks like:
ssh-rsa ALOTOFNUMBERSANDDIGITSHERE [email protected]
Well i guess you’re talking about archmerge right, though i think with offline install my iso would use around 8GB of HD (never checked that…),
Yes, I meant Archmerge. If it comes to your iso, I’ll have to wait for a more newbie-friendly installer. The current one asks me too many questions.
Finally I installed Archmerge on the old desktop I had mentioned, but it seems to be too heavy. Also I failed installing Nvidia drivers, so given up. If I need a challenge one day, I’ll just give a try to regular Arch. For now I’ll stick to Antergos, which works perfectly out of the box.
I actually like that idea: XFCE for the beginner and when you’re bored with it, you can take it up a notch with Openbox and then finally use your knowledge for i3-wm. That all in one distro, without reinstalling.
I agree that those switchable, lightweight environments make sense. I just doubt if my old desktop is strong enough to cope with all the preinstalled, and not really necessary stuff. Mean not only wallpapers, but all the tools I’m highly unlikely to launch ever.