Today I installed Manjaro 22.0 on my laptop. I cloned the
mullvad-vpn-cli repo using the link provided
here, and then I ran the
makepkg -s command after importing and trusting the requisite developer GPG keys. The build was a success:
However, when I tried to run the
mullvad command, I received the error message “zsh: command not found: mullvad”:
I’ve previously used the Mullvad CLI on other Manjaro machines without issues.
I tried restarting the terminal, but still the command was not recognised.
Not sure whether this is the right forum for my question – the issue might be zsh-related rather than Mullvad-related.
Any advice on what to do next would be appreciated. Thank you!
January 28, 2023, 2:21pm
-s just installs dependancies,
-si is what you want to install it.
Since you already have a package you can use
sudo pacman -U /path/to/package to install it.
Oh my God… Just noticed that I made a typo and wrote
-s instead of
January 28, 2023, 2:25pm
The picture (why is it a picture instead of text in this forum?) shows that the package built, but not that it was also installed.
Please install it with
sudo pacman -U <packagefile>and try running it again.
Hi Strit, my apologies. I will make sure to use text instead of screenshots in the future.
January 31, 2023, 4:26am
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