A custom pacman repo for Pine64-Arch. https://github.com/kescherCode/kescher-archpp
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This is a custom repo for Pine64-Arch. It contains various software that is useful for this particular distribution of Arch Linux ARM, but currently not packaged in the "official" repos.

If anything is outdated, please open an issue here!

Add to your installation

Trust the key for package and database signatures

Option 1

Download the kescher-keyring package, verify its signature. It should match the key with ID 9D3E8E1AD5FE25C86007E39CDCD2605CBA2DD2DF. Install the package using pacman -U <path to downloaded keyring package file>.

Option 2

Assuming you have working gpg keyserver options in /etc/pacman.d/gnupg/gpg.conf, you may also be able to do the following:

pacman-key --recv-keys 9D3E8E1AD5FE25C86007E39CDCD2605CBA2DD2DF
pacman-key --finger 9D3E8E1AD5FE25C86007E39CDCD2605CBA2DD2DF
pacman-key --lsign-key 9D3E8E1AD5FE25C86007E39CDCD2605CBA2DD2DF

Add to pacman.conf

Add the following lines to your /etc/pacman.conf:

Server = https://archpp.mirror.kescher.at/$arch

Update your databases

Simply run pacman -Syu or yay, depending on the package manager you use.