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.

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

If you want to create your own custom repository, follow pacman/Tips and tricks#Custom local repository.

Warning: The official Arch Linux Developers and the Trusted Users do not perform tests of any sort to verify the contents of these repositories. It is your decision whether to trust their maintainers, and you take full responsibility for any consequences of using any unofficial repository.

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 (website, 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.

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

Signed

ada

[ada]
Server = http://www.orthanc.site:8080/assets/arch_ada_repo

alerque

[alerque]
Server = https://arch.alerque.com/$arch

ALHP

[core-x86-64-v3]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/alhp-mirrorlist

[extra-x86-64-v3]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/alhp-mirrorlist

andontie-aur

  • Maintainer: Holly M.
  • Description: A repository containing the most popular AUR packages, as well as some I use all the time. New packages can be requested on the upstream website.
  • Key-ID: B545E9B7CD906FE3
  • Upstream page: https://aur.andontie.net
[andontie-aur]
Server = https://aur.andontie.net/$arch

arcanisrepo

[arcanisrepo]
Server = https://repo.arcanis.me/$repo/$arch

arch4edu

[arch4edu]
Server = https://mirrors.tuna.tsinghua.edu.cn/arch4edu/$arch
## or other mirrors in https://github.com/arch4edu/mirrorlist/blob/master/mirrorlist.arch4edu

archlinuxcn

[archlinuxcn]
Server = https://repo.archlinuxcn.org/$arch
## or install archlinuxcn-mirrorlist-git and use the mirrorlist
#Include = /etc/pacman.d/archlinuxcn-mirrorlist

archlinux-t2-packages

[archlinux-t2-packages]
Server = https://github.com/Redecorating/archlinux-t2-packages/releases/download/packages

archzfs

[archzfs]
# Origin Server - Finland
Server = http://archzfs.com/$repo/$arch
# Mirror - Germany
Server = http://mirror.sum7.eu/archlinux/archzfs/$repo/$arch
# Mirror - Germany
Server = http://mirror.sunred.org/archzfs/$repo/$arch
# Mirror - Germany
Server = https://mirror.biocrafting.net/archlinux/archzfs/$repo/$arch
# Mirror - India
Server = https://mirror.in.themindsmaze.com/archzfs/$repo/$arch
# Mirror - US
Server = https://zxcvfdsa.com/archzfs/$repo/$arch

artafinde

  • Maintainer: Leonidas Spyropoulos
  • Description: Personal repository with AUR and custom packages.
  • Key-ID: Not needed, as key is in archlinux keyring.
[artafinde]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~artafinde/repo

avr

[avr]
Server = https://bouchaud.org/packages/$repo/$arch

bioarchlinux

[bioarchlinux]
Server = https://repo.bioarchlinux.org/$arch

blackeagle-pre-community

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

build.kilabit.info

[build.kilabit.info]
Server = https://build.kilabit.info/aur

chaotic-aur

[chaotic-aur]
Server = https://geo-mirror.chaotic.cx/$repo/$arch

coderkun-aur

[coderkun-aur]
Server = https://arch.suruatoel.xyz/$repo/$arch/

condorcore

  • Maintainer: MrHacker
  • Description: Wazuh-SIEM packages that I co-maintain and AUR. signed from the database.
  • Upstream page: https://aur.condorbs.net
  • Key-ID: 3CA0B9DF1BE7CE09
  • Keyfile:GPG
[condorcore]
Server = https://aur.centauricorex.net/$arch

copypaste

[copypaste]
Server = http://aur.copypaste.wtf/

desolve

[desolve]
Server = https://desolve.ru/archrepo/$arch

devkitpro

Note: Repository has its own additional keyring at https://pkg.devkitpro.org/devkitpro-keyring.pkg.tar.xz
[dkp-libs]
Server = https://downloads.devkitpro.org/packages

[dkp-linux]
Server = https://downloads.devkitpro.org/packages/linux/$arch/

doom2df-repo

[doom2df-repo]
# RU, Saint-Peterburg
Server = https://repo.terminalcorner.ru/$repo
# USA
Server = https://terminalhash.deadsoftware.ru/repositories/$repo

fcgu

Note: Instructions can be found at https://codeberg.org/fabiscafe/fcgu

g14

[g14]
# Germany, origin
Server = https://arch.asus-linux.org
# Republic of Korea
Server = https://naru.jhyub.dev/$repo

grawlinson

[grawlinson]
Server = https://mirror.little.kiwi
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~grawlinson/repo/$repo

herecura

[herecura]
Server = https://repo.herecura.eu/$repo/$arch

home-thaodan

[home-thaodan]
Server = https://repo.thaodan.de/archlinux/home-thaodan/$arch

ivasilev

[ivasilev]
Server = https://ivasilev.net/pacman/$arch

jk-aur

[home_justkidding_arch_Arch]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/justkidding:/arch/Arch/$arch

jlk

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

kawaii

[kawaii]
Server = https://raw.githubusercontent.com/LeonidPilyugin/kawaii-repo/main/x86_64/

levitating

[levitating]
Server = https://levitati.ng/archlinux/$repo/os/$arch

linux-nitrous

[linux-nitrous]
Server = https://github.com/xdevs23/linux-nitrous/releases/latest/download

linuxrepos

[linuxrepos]
Server = https://arch.linuxrepos.org/$arch/

liquorix

[liquorix]
Server = https://liquorix.net/archlinux/$repo/$arch

mxmeinhold

  • Maintainer: mxmeinhold
  • Description: Packages I maintain in the AUR, currently just factorio-headless
  • Key ID: B77D730E8D444707FA93320D72E05836F8252405
  • Keyfile: https://gpg.mxmeinhold.com
[mxmeinhold]
Server = https://arch.mxmeinhold.com/$arch

orhun

  • Maintainer: Orhun Parmaksiz
  • Description: Personal repository with AUR and custom packages.
  • Key-ID: Not needed, as the maintainer is a TU
[orhun]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~orhun/repo

oscloud

  • Maintainer: bionade24
  • Description: ROS melodic packages and necessary dependencies, various cmd-line tools, and other packages from the AUR.
  • CI/CD status: https://abs-cd.oscloud.info
  • Key-ID: FF363C5F81664E2B
[oscloud]
Server = http://repo.oscloud.info/

ownstuff

[ownstuff-testing]
Server = https://ftp.f3l.de/~martchus/$repo/os/$arch
Server = https://martchus.no-ip.biz/repo/arch/$repo/os/$arch

[ownstuff]
Server = https://ftp.f3l.de/~martchus/$repo/os/$arch
Server = https://martchus.no-ip.biz/repo/arch/$repo/os/$arch
Note: The testing repository is supposed to be used together with the official testing repositories.

pkgbuilder

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

post-factum kernels

[home_post-factum_kernels_Arch]
Server = https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/post-factum:/kernels/Arch/$arch

pro-audio-legacy

  • Maintainer: David Runge
  • Description: Legacy tooling for pro-audio (e.g. jackAUR), mainly useful for old setups or CI
  • Key-ID: Not needed, as maintainer is a developer/TU
[pro-audio-legacy]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~dvzrv/repos/pro-audio-legacy/$arch

proaudio

[proaudio]
Server = https://arch.osamc.de/$repo/$arch

QOwnNotes

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

quarry

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

repo-ck

Kernel and modules with Brain Fuck Scheduler and all the goodies in the ck1 patch set.

See /Repo-ck.

repo.mksscryertower.quest

  • Maintainer: Klimenko Maxim Sergievich
  • Description: Collection of AUR packages that I personally use: Opensnitch-ebpf, libraries and etc. Repo has backups and some old version of the packages for backward compatibility in index of /repo/ .
  • Key-ID: 8A36037D80912162
[repo.mksscryertower.quest]
Server = https://repo.mksscryertower.quest/repo/x86_64/

rne

[rne]
Server = https://srv.richard-neumann.de/pub/repo/

seblu

[seblu]
Server = https://al1.seblu.net/$repo/$arch
Server = https://al2.seblu.net/$repo/$arch

seiichiro

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

sergej-repo

  • Maintainer: Sergej Pupykin
  • Description: nextcloud, prosody, and some other stuff.
  • Key-ID: Not required, as the maintainer is a TU
[sergej-repo]
Server = http://repo.p5n.pp.ru/$repo/os/$arch

sublime-text

[sublime-text]
Server = https://download.sublimetext.com/arch/stable/$arch

speedie-aur

[speedie-aur]
Server = https://aur.speedie.site

supermario

[supermario]
Server = https://pkgs.finelli.dev/arch/$arch

trinity

[trinity]
Server = https://mirror.ppa.trinitydesktop.org/trinity/archlinux/$arch

wsdm

[wsdm]
Server = https://wsdmatty.github.io/$repo/$arch

xuanrui

[xuanrui]
Server = https://arch.xuanruiqi.com/repo

xyne-x86_64

  • Maintainer: Xyne
  • Description: A repository for Xyne's own projects.
  • Upstream page: https://xyne.dev/projects/
  • Key-ID: Not required, as maintainer is a TU
[xyne-x86_64]
Server = https://xyne.dev/repos/xyne

Unsigned

Note: Users will need to add the following to these entries: SigLevel = PackageOptional
Warning: HTTP must not be used for unsigned repositories, without HTTPS there is no validity check that the content you have downloaded was the content which the web server was serving, potentially allowing a MiTM (Man in The Middle) attack to install any software to your system. HTTPS mitigates such vulnerability.

alucryd

  • Maintainer: Maxime Gauduin
  • Description: Various packages Maxime Gauduin maintains (or not) in the AUR, in particular the multilib repository is for various packages needed to run Steam without its runtime environment.
[core-alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch
[core-testing-alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch
[extra-alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch
[extra-testing-alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch
[multilib-alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch
[multilib-testing-alucryd]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~alucryd/$repo/$arch

arch-mact2

[arch-mact2]
Server = https://mirror.funami.tech/arch-mact2/os/$arch

archlinuxir

  • Maintainer: Bardia Moshiri
  • Description: Most used packages by the Iranian Arch Linux community.
  • Note: Server is hosted in Iran and traffic from Iranian IP's will count as half from ISP's (Nim baha).
  • Note: Keep in mind that the repository is updated every 6 hours.
  • Upstream page: https://mirror.bardia.tech
[archlinuxir]
Server = https://mirror.bardia.tech/archlinuxir/$arch

archlinux-phalcon

[archlinux-phalcon]
Server = https://archlinux-phalcon.gitlab.io/repository

archlinux-php

  • Maintainer: Michal Sotolar <michal at sotolar dot com>
  • Description: PHP 5.6 - 7.x old stable builds coexistable with mainline version
  • Upstream page: https://archlinux-php.gitlab.io
[archlinux-php]
Server = https://archlinux-php.gitlab.io/repository

archmint

[archmint]
Server = https://sourceforge.net/projects/archmint/files/repo/$arch

dx37essentials

[dx37essentials]
Server = https://dx3756.ru/$repo/$arch
Server = https://dx37.gitlab.io/$repo/$arch

ffy00 (python)

[python]
Server = https://ffy00.github.io/arch-python-repo/

heftig

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

kicad-nightly

[kicad-nightly]
Server = https://kicad.gitlab.io/packaging/kicad-arch/kicad-arch-builder/

mesa-git

[mesa-git]
Server = https://pkgbuild.com/~lcarlier/$repo/$arch

principia

[principia]
Server = https://grejer.voxelmanip.se/principia/arch-repo/$arch

pietma

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

pnsft-pur

  • Maintainer: ponsfoot
  • Description: Japanese input method packages Mozc (vanilla) and libkkc
[pnsft-pur]
Server = https://osdn.net/projects/ponsfoot-aur/storage/pur/$arch

rayr

[rayr]
Server = https://rayrsn.github.io/ArchRepo/$arch

selinux

[selinux]
Server = https://github.com/archlinuxhardened/selinux/releases/download/ArchLinux-SELinux
SigLevel = Never

stx4

  • Maintainer: StarterX4 <starterx4[at]gmail.com>
  • Description: Any – some fonts and fakepkgs; x86_64 – archival yet might useful packages (like PacmanXG4), and some AUR soft I use[d].
  • Upstream Page: https://github.com/StarterX4/StarterX4.github.io
[stx4-any]
Server = https://starterx4.github.io/repos/arch/$arch/stx4
[stx4-x86_64]
Server = https://starterx4.github.io/repos/arch/$arch/stx4

vdr4arch

Note: Packages are automatically built with repo-make-ci.sh.
[vdr4arch]
Server = https://vdr4arch.github.io/$arch

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