Metapackage for a personal installation of Arch Linux and Arch-based distributions

I’ve been using Arch or Arch-based distributions for over a year now. In this time testing a few of them, I’ve always lacked a simple and logical way of installing the same “essential” software. To tackle this, I’ve created a metapackage with all this software and this is what I’ve got so far: # Maintainer: Bruno Miguel pkgname=‘bruno-essentials’ pkgdesc=“A metapackage for some packages I find essential. Requires repo” pkgver=‘0....

outubro 17, 2019 · 2 minutos · Bruno Miguel

Userrepository now on Arch Wiki

Thanks to the suggestion made by ‘guser’, I’ve added my repository to the Arch Wiki, in the non-signed section. I hope Arch Linux users may find it useful. Since I’m writing a post about userrepository, I’ll take the chance to list all packages currently available at the time of writing: acestream-engine acestream-launcher adwaita-qt adwm aerc android-messages-desktop archuseriso athenaeum-git atom-editor-bin axmud bindfs bindmap-git bitwarden-bin boostnote-bin bootiso boston-icon-theme-git brackets brave-dev-bin brightnessctl-git broot cava cawbird-git cht....

outubro 14, 2019 · 2 minutos · Bruno Miguel now available on Github

My Arch/Manjaro (and any other Arch-based distro) repository continues to receive more packages from AUR. But this post is not about that. I’m writing this because I published the scripts I’m using to build the packages for You can get them at Github.

junho 12, 2019 · 1 minuto · Bruno Miguel

Updates on my Arch/Manjaro repository

Ever since Carlos Silva left a comment on my last post about this repository, I was left wondering if it wouldn’t be better to migrate my current VM to Scaleway. The price/specs seemed better and for the marginal difference of €1 I would get a dual-core virtual machine with 2GB of RAM and 50Gb of disk space. After a couple of weeks of reflection, I bought a “Start1-S” VPS for €3,99/month and I’ve been (successfully) testing aurto to manage the repository updates....

março 26, 2019 · 1 minuto · Bruno Miguel