In the future, are you going to continue to develop aur2ccr? With the recent switch by arch to qt5 as the default, extra steps are required. Also good luck on finals and hope you find a job.
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
Thank you for your quick reply. Yes, elasticsearch is available in Arch's AUR. I read that it is not necessarily a good idea to use the aur2ccr if you don't know what you are doing. I am an apt/.deb person, so I don't know what I am doing with your package installs yet. ;-)I think with your advice, I will wait until the ISOs are released with the systemd switch.
Apologies, I meant:Without any additional software/packages, what is the default behavior used by Arch? As I understand, the IGP is always on, whereas the DGP is only switched on when higher processing performance is required.Does this mean Arch renders, by default, everything to the IGP?
bohoomil wrote:You are going to love the Arch Wiki. I already do As a matter of fact I like the Arch Community and Arch as a whole. I am trying to develop my skills to be able to contribute sometime in the future
Hi neo51 and welcome to Chakra! You can try searching on Arch and AUR packages, see if you can find what you are looking for there.If you find it, you can then use the wiki to import it to CCR, or you can use the app aur2ccr that automates this.If you need any help feel free to ask.
@Technicolor, FYI "bumping" is frowned upon in these forums. Also, you are not likely to get your hand held around here. It is great that you are a new user and have taken the first steps to becoming a learned Linux user, but that learning is best done for yourself. If you are simply given the answer, it will encourage you to not make an attempt to understand why you ar
looking for a nice smartphone that sports a big battery life, I've always had 3GB of RAM as a second must. Now I've got my eye on a phone that comes in 2GB and 3GB version. I've read on this forum in a couple of older posts that 2GB should be more than enough (normal use) and that 3GB is future proofing or for heavy multi taskers.
Unfortunately, the upstream site mentioned in this PKGBUILD seems to be down, and without a URL for the original friidump-0.4.0.rar file, this package cannot be uploaded to CCR. If you (or someone else here) can upload that file to some website (not some fileshare nonsense site, but a real one), it should be easy to add it to CCR, but until then, I can't think of any way to do so.
@el_koraco: Thanks for the helpful reply. I'm really glad to hear from somebody who's tried to go pure systemd. For now, I'm thinking I'll stick with crunchbang minus systemd, as I just got here from Arch, which has been running systemd by default for several months. I really like Arch's implementation, as do many Arch users, though it isn't unanimously popular.