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Trizen to install AUR packages being failed

The problematic packages are, liri-git-meta; liri-shell-git; lumina-desktop-git; liquidshell-git; ungoogled-chromium
They are all interrupted against MAKEPKG prompts but nowhere to bypass the all these prompts, finally always quit the installation.
Any other AUR frontends for bypassing the above prompts and just installing the above packages?
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Plasma 5, LXQt, Lumina, LiquidShell, Liri
Xfce, Sway, Budgie, Cinnamon, Enlightenment :) :D 8)

Re: Trizen to install AUR packages being failed

Reply #1
Okay i don't think i know the solution but i think that these stuff have issues because of -git being in the name. So perhaps you missing a git package or something, i am not sure, but i can see there is also git-openrc/runit available too. However i went to see what they have gotin Octopi Package Manager and i found something like this available in galaxy-gremlins:


Maybe installing this would change the circumstances. I am not familiar with yaourt cuz i don't really download anything from AUR so can't help with this one  :'(
And sorry i don't know why ungoogled chromium won't download too.
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Re: Trizen to install AUR packages being failed

Reply #2
The problematic packages are, liri-git-meta; liri-shell-git; lumina-desktop-git; liquidshell-git; ungoogled-chromium
They are all interrupted against MAKEPKG prompts but nowhere to bypass the all these prompts, finally always quit the installation.
Any other AUR frontends for bypassing the above prompts and just installing the above packages?

Maybe you should do some research of you own, read the Arch wiki not rely on others to research for you?.

1st have you got base-devel installed the full package otherwise a lot of AUR builds will fail.
2nd, How much ram have you got as by design you only have 50% of the total ram available in tmps to build packages

Yay is the best AUR helper at this moment.  it also does not build in tmps,
Git packages are very big and built from source code can take a long time to build and often look as they are frozen be warned

Re: Trizen to install AUR packages being failed

Reply #3
Maybe you should do some research of you own, read the Arch wiki not rely on others to research for you?.

1st have you got base-devel installed the full package otherwise a lot of AUR builds will fail.
2nd, How much ram have you got as by design you only have 50% of the total ram available in tmps to build packages

Yay is the best AUR helper at this moment.  it also does not build in tmps,
Git packages are very big and built from source code can take a long time to build and often look as they are frozen be warned

Oh it's fine doing researches is gaining knowledge :D
May all beings have happiness and the causes of happiness;
May all beings be free from suffering and the causes of suffering;

Re: Trizen to install AUR packages being failed

Reply #4
Maybe you should do some research of you own, read the Arch wiki not rely on others to research for you?.
1st have you got base-devel installed the full package otherwise a lot of AUR builds will fail.
2nd, How much ram have you got as by design you only have 50% of the total ram available in tmps to build packages
Yay is the best AUR helper at this moment.  it also does not build in tmps,
Git packages are very big and built from source code can take a long time to build and often look as they are frozen be warned
I both have the packages git and git-openrc installed, but forgotten to start the OpenRC service for Git, now started then trying again. :)
Artix; OpenRC; SDDM
Plasma 5, LXQt, Lumina, LiquidShell, Liri
Xfce, Sway, Budgie, Cinnamon, Enlightenment :) :D 8)

Re: Trizen to install AUR packages being failed

Reply #5
I both have the packages git and git-openrc installed, but forgotten to start the OpenRC service for Git, now started then trying again. :)

I think you only need the service file if you want to run a Git server.