Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (Português)

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Common Questions

What is AUR?

AUR (Arch User Repository) is a place where the Archlinux community can upload PKGBUILDs of applications, libraries, etc and share them to the whole community. Fellow users can then vote for their favorites to get into the Community repository to be shared with Archlinux users in binary form.

O que é um TU?

Um TU (Trusted User - Usuário de Confiança) é uma pessoa que é escolhida para zelar pelos repositórios AUR e Community (Comunidade). Eles são os que colocam os PKGBUILDs mais votados no repositório Community (Comunidade), marcam PKGBUILDs como seguros e sobretudo mantém o AUR funcionando. Qual a diferença entre Unsupported (Não suportado) e Community (Comunidade)? Unsupported (Não suportado) é onde ficam todos os PKGBUILDs que os usuários enviam, eles devem ser montados manualmente com makepkg. Os PKGBUILDs que obtém votos suficientes vão para o repositório Community (Comunidade), onde os TUs os mantém e de onde podem ser instalados através do pacman, uma vez que eles agora são pacotes binários.

Quantos votos são necessários para levar um PKGBUILD para o Community (Comunidade)? Normalmente são precisos 25 votos para algo ir para o Community (Comunidade). Uma exceção a isso é se uma aplicação é desenvolvida no Archlinux e um TU deseja colocá-lo diretamente nesse repositório.

Where do I look to find out how to make a PKGBUILD?

The best place to look is this wiki entry. Remember to look in AUR before creating the PKGBUILD as to not duplicate efforts.

Common Problems

I try doing pacman -S foo, it isn't working but I know its in Community You probably haven't enabled Community in your /etc/pacman.conf. Just uncomment the relevent lines.

Foo in AUR is outdated, what do I do?

For starters you can flag it out-of-date. If it stays out of date for an extended amount of time the best thing to do is email the maintainer. If after no response from the maintainer you could have a TU orphan the PKGBUILD if you're willing to maintain it yourself.

I have a PKGBUILD I would like to submit, can someone check it to see if there are any errors?

If you would like to have your PKGBUILD commented on post it on the AUR Mailing List to get feedback from the TUs and fellow AUR members. You could also get help from the gang over at the irc channel, #archlinux

Foo in AUR doesn't compile when I do makepkg, what should I do?

Well, first off make sure to do pacman -Syu before compiling anything with makepkg as the problem may be that your system is not up to date. If thats not it report it to the maintainer.