Unofficial user repositories

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This article lists binary repositories freely created and shared by the community, often providing pre-built versions of PKGBUILDS found in the AUR.

Warning: Neither the official Arch Linux Developers nor the Trusted Users perform tests of any sort to verify the contents of these repositories; it is up to each user to decide whether to trust their maintainers, and take full responsibility for whatever their decision brings.

In order to use these repositories, you will have to add them to /etc/pacman.conf, as explained in pacman#Repositories and mirrors. If a repository is signed, you will have to obtain and locally sign the associated key, as explained in Pacman-key#Adding unofficial keys.

If you want to create your own custom repository, follow pacman tips#Custom local repository.

Contents

Adding your repository to this page

If you have your own repository, please add it to this page, so that all the other users will know where to find your packages. Please keep the following rules when adding new repositories:

  • Keep the lists in alphabetical order.
  • Include some information about the maintainer: include at least a (nick)name and some form of contact information (web site, email address, user page on ArchWiki or the forums, etc.).
  • If the repository is of the signed variety, please include a key-id, possibly using it as the anchor for a link to its keyserver; if the key is not on a keyserver, include a link to the key file.
  • Include some short description (e.g. the category of packages provided in the repository).
  • If there is a page (either on ArchWiki or external) containing more information about the repository, include a link to it.
  • If possible, avoid using comments in code blocks. The formatted description is much more readable. Users who want some comments in their pacman.conf can easily create it on their own.

Any

"Any" repositories are architecture-independent. In other words, they can be used on x86_64, but also on i686 and ARM systems.

Signed

ivasilev

Note: I maintain any and x86_64 repos. x86_64 includes packages from any. $arch can be overridden by both.
[ivasilev]
Server = https://ivasilev.net/pacman/any
# Server = https://ivasilev.net/pacman/$arch

pkgbuilder

[pkgbuilder]
Server = https://pkgbuilder-repo.chriswarrick.com/

xyne-any

  • Maintainer: Xyne
  • Description: A repository for Xyne's own projects containing packages for "any" architecture.
  • Upstream page: https://xyne.archlinux.ca/projects/
  • Key-ID: Not needed, as maintainer is a TU
Note: Use this repository only if there is no matching [xyne-*] repository for your architecture.
[xyne-any]
Server = https://xyne.archlinux.ca/repos/xyne/

Unsigned

archlinuxgr-any

  • Maintainer:
  • Description: The Hellenic (Greek) unofficial Arch Linux repository with many interesting packages.
[archlinuxgr-any]
Server = https://archlinuxgr.tiven.org/archlinux/any

x86_64

Some repositories may also have packages for architectures beside x86_64. The $arch variable will be set automatically by pacman.

Signed

arcanisrepo

  • Maintainer: arcanis
  • Description: A repository with some AUR packages including packages from VCS
  • Key-ID: Not needed, as maintainer is a TU
[arcanisrepo]
Server = https://repo.arcanis.me/repo/$arch

(It is also available via FTP with the same url.)

archlinuxcn

[archlinuxcn]
Server = http://repo.archlinuxcn.org/$arch
## or use a CDN (beta)
#Server = https://cdn.repo.archlinuxcn.org/$arch
## or install archlinuxcn-mirrorlist-git and use the mirrorlist
#Include = /etc/pacman.d/archlinuxcn-mirrorlist

archsec

  • Maintainer: The ArchSec Team
  • Description: A repository of binaries compiled from a hardened toolchain
  • Upstream page: https://archsec.info/
  • Key-ID: 500773F3B282BEDB4D960B0F3C6F2219257C9E23
Note: ArchSec-specific instructions can be found at https://archsec.info/docs/config/
[archsec]
Server = https://archsec.info/$repo/$arch

archstrike

Note: ArchStrike specific instructions can be found at https://archstrike.org/wiki/setup
[archstrike]
Server = https://mirror.archstrike.org/$arch/$repo

archzfs

[archzfs]
Server = http://archzfs.com/$repo/x86_64

ashleyis

  • Maintainer: Ashley Towns (ashleyis)
  • Description: Debug versions of SDL, chipmunk, libtmx and other misc game libraries. also swift-lang and some other AUR packages
  • Key-ID: B1A4D311
[ashleyis]
Server = http://arch.ashleytowns.id.au/repo/$arch

atom

[atom]
Server = http://noaxiom.org/$repo/$arch

aurpackages

  • Maintainer: Mark Vainomaa <mikroskeem@mikroskeem.eu>
  • Description: AUR packages I tend to use every day. Will be updated weekly
  • Key-ID: 2A07EF8371AFC028
[aurpackages]
Server = https://r.mikroskeem.eu

aur-archlinux

  • Maintainer: Marc Mettke <marc@itmettke.de>
  • Description: Auto Build of Most Popular AUR Packages
  • Key-ID: 7448C890582975CD
[aur-archlinux]
Server = https://repo.itmettke.de/aur/$repo/$arch

blackeagle-pre-community

  • Maintainer: Ike Devolder
  • Description: testing of the by me maintaned packages before moving to community repository
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a TU
[blackeagle-pre-community]
Server = https://repo.herecura.be/$repo/$arch

boyska64

  • Maintainer: boyska
  • Description: Personal repository: cryptography, sdr, mail handling and misc; don't expect packages to be upgraded promptly, I am a zealot of slackness
  • Key-ID: 0x7395DCAE58289CA9
[boyska64]
Server = http://boyska.degenerazione.xyz/archrepo

catalyst

  • Maintainer: Vi0l0
  • Description: ATI Catalyst proprietary drivers.
  • Key-ID: 653C3094
[catalyst]
Server = https://mirror.hactar.xyz/Vi0L0/catalyst/$arch

catalyst-hd234k

  • Maintainer: Vi0l0
  • Description: ATI Catalyst proprietary drivers.
  • Key-ID: 653C3094
[catalyst-hd234k]
Server = https://mirror.hactar.xyz/Vi0L0/catalyst-hd234k/$arch

city

[city]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~bgyorgy/$repo/os/$arch

coderkun-aur

[coderkun-aur]
Server = http://arch.coderkun.de/$repo/$arch/

coderkun-aur-audio

[coderkun-aur-audio]
Server = http://arch.coderkun.de/$repo/$arch/

decryptedepsilon

[decryptedepsilon]
Server = http://decryptedepsilon.bl.ee/repo/$arch/

eatabrick

  • Maintainer: bentglasstube
  • Description: Packages for software written by (and a few just compiled by) bentglasstube.
[eatabrick]
Server = http://repo.eatabrick.org/$arch

gustawho

[gustawho]
Server = https://gustawho.com/repo/$arch

haskell-core

See ArchHaskell#haskell-core.

haskell-happstack

See ArchHaskell#haskell-happstack.

haskell-web

See ArchHaskell#haskell-web.

herecura

  • Maintainer: Ike Devolder
  • Description: additional packages not found in the community repository
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a TU
[herecura]
Server = https://repo.herecura.be/$repo/$arch

holo

[holo]
Server = https://repo.holocm.org/archlinux/x86_64

ivasilev

Note: I maintain any and x86_64 repos. x86_64 includes packages from any. $arch can be overridden by both.
[ivasilev]
Server = https://ivasilev.net/pacman/$arch

jlk

[jlk]
Server = http://jlk.fjfi.cvut.cz/arch/repo

jrpi

[jrpi]
Server = https://jrpi.mooo.com/Repositórios/principal/

jrpi-haskell

[jrpi-haskell]
Server = https://jrpi.mooo.com/Repositórios/haskell/

linux-kalterfx

[linux-kalterfx]
Server = https://deadsoftware.ru/files/linux-kalterfx/repo/$arch

llvm-svn

[llvm-svn]
Server = https://repos.uni-plovdiv.net/archlinux/$repo/$arch

markzz

  • Maintainer: Mark Weiman (markzz)
  • Description: Packages that markzz maintains or uses on the AUR; this includes Linux with the vfio patchset (linux-vfioAUR and linux-vfio-ltsAUR), and packages to maintain a Debian package repository.
  • Key ID: 3CADDFDD
Note: If you want to add the key by installing the markzz-keyring package, temporarily add SigLevel = Never into the repository section.
[markzz]
Server = https://repo.markzz.com/arch/$repo/$arch

miffe

  • Maintainer: miffe
  • Description: AUR packages maintained by miffe, e.g. linux-mainline
  • Key ID: 313F5ABD
[miffe]
Server = https://arch.miffe.org/$arch/

mikelpint

[mikelpint]
Server = https://mikelpint.github.io/archlinux

mobile

[mobile]
Server = https://farwayer.keybase.pub/arch/$repo

qt-debug

[qt-debug]
Server = http://qutebrowser.org/qt-debug/$arch

quarry

[quarry]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~anatolik/quarry/x86_64/

repo-ck

  • Maintainer: graysky
  • Description: Kernel and modules with Brain Fuck Scheduler and all the goodies in the ck1 patch set.
  • Upstream page: repo-ck.com
  • Wiki: repo-ck
  • Key-ID: 5EE46C4C
[repo-ck]
Server = http://repo-ck.com/$arch

seblu

  • Maintainer: Sébastien Luttringer
  • Description: All seblu useful pre-built packages, some homemade (virtualbox-ext-oracle, linux-seblu-meta, bedup).
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a Developer
[seblu]
Server = http://al.seblu.net/$repo/$arch

seiichiro

[seiichiro]
Server = https://www.seiichiro0185.org/repo/$arch

sergej-repo

  • Maintainer: Sergej Pupykin
  • Description: psi-plus, owncloud-git, ziproxy, android, MySQL, and other stuff. Some packages also available for armv7h.
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a TU
[sergej-repo]
Server = http://repo.p5n.pp.ru/$repo/os/$arch

siosm-aur

[siosm-aur]
Server = http://siosm.fr/repo/$repo/

subtitlecomposer

[subtitlecomposer]
Server = http://smoothware.net/$repo/$arch

tredaelli-systemd

  • Maintainer: Timothy Redaelli
  • Description: systemd rebuilt with unofficial OpenVZ patch (kernel < 2.6.32-042stab111.1)
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a TU
Note: [tredaelli-systemd] must be put before [core] in /etc/pacman.conf
[tredaelli-systemd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~tredaelli/repo/systemd/$arch

Webkit2Gtk-unstable

[home_mrmariusz_ArchLinux]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/mrmariusz/ArchLinux/$arch

xyne-x86_64

  • Maintainer: Xyne
  • Description: A repository for Xyne's own projects containing packages for the "x86_64" architecture.
  • Upstream page: http://xyne.archlinux.ca/projects/
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a TU
Note: This includes all packages in [xyne-any].
[xyne-x86_64]
Server = https://xyne.archlinux.ca/repos/xyne

Unsigned

Note: Users will need to add the following to these entries: SigLevel = PackageOptional

andrwe

[andrwe]
Server = http://repo.andrwe.org/$arch

alucryd

  • Maintainer: Maxime Gauduin
  • Description: Various packages Maxime Gauduin maintains (or not) in the AUR.
[alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/x86_64

alucryd-multilib

  • Maintainer: Maxime Gauduin
  • Description: Various packages needed to run Steam without its runtime environment.
[alucryd-multilib]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/x86_64

archlinuxfr

[archlinuxfr]
Server = http://repo.archlinux.fr/$arch

archlinuxgr

  • Maintainer:
  • Description:
[archlinuxgr]
Server = http://archlinuxgr.tiven.org/archlinux/$arch

archlinuxgr-kde4

  • Maintainer:
  • Description: KDE4 packages (plasmoids, themes etc) provided by the Hellenic (Greek) Arch Linux community
[archlinuxgr-kde4]
Server = http://archlinuxgr.tiven.org/archlinux-kde4/$arch

arsch

  • Maintainer:
  • Description: From users of orgizm.net
[arsch]
Server = http://arsch.orgizm.net/$arch

brtln

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Reason: Repo seems to be down (as of 2017-11-10) (Discuss in Talk:Unofficial user repositories#)
[brtln]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~barthalion/brtln/$arch/

cinnamon

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Reason: Repo seems to be down (as of 2017-11-10) (Discuss in Talk:Unofficial user repositories#)
  • Maintainer: jnbek
  • Description: Stable and actively developed Cinnamon packages (Applets, Themes, Extensions), plus others (Hotot, qBitTorrent, GTK themes, Perl modules, and more).
[cinnamon]
Server = http://archlinux.zoelife4u.org/cinnamon/$arch

heftig

[heftig]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~heftig/repo/$arch

home_fusion809_Arch_Extra

  • Description: Provides a few AUR and other packages I like. Like CodeLite, bleeding-edge (latest release within 1 day of its release) GVim (GTK+2 interface) and Sway (specifically release candidates when they're available).
[home_fusion809_Arch_Extra]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/fusion809/Arch_Extra/$arch

home_Minerva_W_Science_Arch_Extra

  • Maintainer:
  • Description: OpenFOAM packages.
[home_Minerva_W_Science_Arch_Extra]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Minerva_W:/Science/Arch_Extra/$arch 

home_Pival81_arch_xapps_Arch_Extra

  • Maintainer: Valerio Pizzi (Pival81 <pival801@gmail.com>)
  • Description: XApps packages.
[home_Pival81_arch_xapps_Arch_Extra]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Pival81:/arch:/xapps/Arch_Extra/$arch 

home_tarakbumba_archlinux_Arch_Extra_standard

  • Maintainer:
  • Description: Contains a few pre-built AUR packages (zemberek, etc.)
[home_tarakbumba_archlinux_Arch_Extra_standard]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/tarakbumba:/archlinux/Arch_Extra_standard/$arch

jkanetwork

  • Maintainer: kprkpr <kevin01010 at gmail dot com>
  • Maintainer: Joselucross <jlgarrido97 at gmail dot com>
  • Description: Packages of AUR like pimagizer,stepmania,yaourt,linux-mainline,wps-office,grub-customizer,some IDE.. Open for all that wants to contribute
  • Upstream page: http://repo.jkanetwork.com/
[jkanetwork]
Server = http://repo.jkanetwork.com/repo/$repo/

matrixim

[matrixim]
Server = https://repo.matrixim.cc/$repo/$arch

mesa-git

  • Maintainer: Laurent Carlier
  • Description: Mesa git builds for the testing and multilib-testing repositories
[mesa-git]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~lcarlier/$repo/$arch

mingw-w64

  • Maintainer: Philip and Jeromy Reimer
  • Description: Almost all mingw-w64 packages in the AUR.
Note: This repo is not actively maintained anymore. It has not been updated since 2016-01-04.
[mingw-w64]
Server = https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/mingw-w64-archlinux/$arch
#Server = http://amr.linuxd.org/archlinux/$repo/os/$arch

neo_chen

  • Maintainer: Kolei Chen (Neo_Chen) <chenkolei@gmail.com>
  • Description: Some uncommon AUR Package
Note: This repo runs on a unstable Desktop.
[neo_chen]
Server = https://neolinuxworkstation.nerdpol.ovh/~neo_chen/neo_chen_repo/
Server = https://thunix.org/~neo_chen/neo_chen_repo/
Server = http://sl-sgp.asn.yt/~neo_chen_repo/

noware

Note: As of August 2017 both website and repositories at http://direct.noware.systems are down due to server-side hardware problems. This might be resolved at some point in the future.
  • Maintainer: Alexandru Thirtheu (alex_giusi_tiri2@yahoo.com) (Forums) (Wiki) (Web Site)
  • Description: Software which I prefer being present in a repository, than being compiled each time. It eases software maintenance, I find. Almost anything goes.
[noware]
Server = http://direct.$repo.systems.:2/repository/arch/$arch

ownstuff

[ownstuff]
Server = http://martchus.no-ip.biz/repo/arch/$repo/os/$arch

pantheon

  • Maintainer: Maxime Gauduin
  • Description: Repository containing Pantheon-related packages
[pantheon]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch

pietma

[pietma]
Server = http://repository.pietma.com/nexus/content/repositories/archlinux/$arch/$repo

pnsft-pur

  • Maintainer:
  • Description: Japanese input method packages Mozc (vanilla) and libkkc
[pnsft-pur]
Server = https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/pnsft-aur/pur/x86_64

QOwnNotes

[home_pbek_QOwnNotes_Arch_Extra]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/pbek:/QOwnNotes/Arch_Extra/$arch

rakudo

  • Maintainer: spider-mario <spidermario@free.fr>
  • Description: Rakudo Perl6
[rakudo]
Server = https://spider-mario.quantic-telecom.net/archlinux/$repo/$arch

rust-git

  • Maintainer: Tatsuyuki Ishi <ishitatsuyuki@gmail.com>
  • Description: Packages of rust-git and others. Normally updated weekly.
[rust-git]
Server = https://tatsuyuki.kdns.info/archlinux/$repo/$arch

trinity

  • Maintainer: Michael Manley <mmanley@nasutek.com>
  • Description: Trinity Desktop Environment
[trinity]
Server = http://repo.nasutek.com/arch/contrib/trinity/x86_64

zrootfs

  • Maintainer: Isabell Cowan <isabellcowan@gmail.com>
  • Description: For Haswell and Broadwell architecture processors with size in mind.
Note: This repo has not been maintained since 2016-03-14. There are no guarantees as to how long it will be kept online.
[zrootfs]
Server = https://www.izzette.com/izzi/zrootfs-old