Thank you so much for your great help!
Now I have a chance to switch from gluttonous Intel i3 to economical ARM S922x, which consumes much less power: 6 Wt vs. 60 Wt.
Why do you think that I need a Russian language pack?
I live in Ukraine, where heavy bombing and power outages are expected again this winter.
That’s why I need an economical computer that consumes little power and can long be powered by battery.
Dear friend, you helped me a lot with this, thank you very much!!!
However, Manjaro works well and quickly on it.
But there are shortage with the necessary softwareю
You have already made the necessary Firefox, thank you very much.
Dear friend, I’m sorry for my impudence
Could you do one more important favor?
To completely switch from Intel to ARM, I also need an Sylpheed email client.
It is too in AUR, but does not want to installed in Manjaro ARM.
Yes, I know that there is a Claws client, but he doesn’t suit me.
Could you also assemble a Sylpheed for the Manjaro ARM?
And then I could work with him too!
$ sudo pacman -S shadowsocks-libev
[sudo] password for user:
warning: cannot resolve "libcork", a dependency of "libcorkipset"
warning: cannot resolve "libcorkipset", a dependency of "shadowsocks-libev"
:: The following package cannot be upgraded due to unresolvable dependencies:
:: Do you want to skip the above package for this upgrade? [y/N]
error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: unable to satisfy dependency 'libcork' required by libcorkipset
:: unable to satisfy dependency 'libcorkipset' required by shadowsocks-libev
But the fuzz about firefox-esr and shadowsocks when the real thing is in the repo?
Is this because of the board you are using?
I don’t know if this is a viable method to create a maintainable package for arm.
Why are you asking me? I’m new to Manjaro, so It bad understand what you’re talking about.
Before that, I used Debian, everything is done differently there.
It would be nice if, instead of asking difficult questions to me, you would give me concrete howto about what you are talking about.
firefox-esr exist as a package in the RaspberryPi repo.
The same is true for shadowsocks-libev.
I don’t know how to use these repositories yet. You can tell it? And I’ll try them.
Technically it would be easier to maintain as this only needs to be repackaged.
It would have to support armv7h and aarch64
Okay, how do I do it all? If I’m not mistaken, I have Arm8
That shadowsocks-libev came from upstream ARCH-ARM. It appears to be broken with the depend. I believe that they stopped supporting it as it is no longer in ARCH’s x86 repo. The only PKGBUILD in AUR involves a pre-compiled x86 binary being packaged up but there is a snap available for aarch64:
[ray@jellyfin ~]$ snap find shadowsocks-libev
Name Version Publisher Notes Summary
shadowsocks-libev 3.3.4-1 max-c-lv - libev port of shadowsocks
I understand I have been there several times over the last 28 years with linux. I have tried just about every linux distro out there including “Linux From Scratch”. You have to learn how to do things their way; just like you did with Debian.