I am using Manjaro 20.1 64-bit “Mikah” GNU/Linux on my late 2019 Computer Upgrade King Hewlett Packard Omen 15t gaming notebook PC on a Kingston A400 SATA-III 6 GB/s 1.92 TB solid-state disk in a dual-boot configuration. My ADATA SX8100NP M.2 PCI-e NVMe x4 2 TB solid-state disk has Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit Pro edition version 1909 as of the current September 2020 Microsoft Patch Tuesdays security updates.
Perfect-Privacy VPN is one of my personal virtual private network subscriptions and I have a two-year subscription with this company. Someone posted an unofficial Arch AUR software repository on the Perfect-Privacy VPN boards. Unfortunately, I can not provide a link. Just to let you know, you may need to view the software code here:
I copied and pasted the software code in the original post into gedit and saved it as a file named PKGBUILD. I followed the instructions to go to the directory containing this file and I typed in makepkg -si.
This is my terminal output:
~ >>> cd Downloads  ~/Downloads >>> ls PKGBUILD temp ~/Downloads >>> makepkg -si /home/wellywu/Downloads/PKGBUILD: line 1: Bash:: command not found ==> Making package: perfect-privacy-vpn 1.3.14-1 (Wed 16 Sep 2020 11:39:20 AM EDT) ==> Checking runtime dependencies... ==> Installing missing dependencies... Swipe your finger across the fingerprint reader error: target not found: python2-blinker ==> ERROR: 'pacman' failed to install missing dependencies. ==> Missing dependencies: -> python2-blinker ==> Checking buildtime dependencies... ==> ERROR: Could not resolve all dependencies. ~/Downloads >>>
I am missing the python2-blinker software package and dependencies. Can someone here help me to satisfy this missing software package so that I get a successful installation of the Perfect-Privacy VPN Manager desktop client? Thank you.