I just reinstalled Manjaro and am now trying to install an AUR package. I have enabled the AUR function in PAMAC.
But I don’t get any AUR packages displayed.
I already updated the mirrors and also did a database update. Also a reboot did not bring anything.
Oh yes: on another computer the AUR installation works fine
What else could I do?
Have you made sure you’re not in Software Mode? Check in the menu on Pamac.
No Software Mode is enabled:
That’s often the cause of no AUR packages showing. What happens in you try the CLI?
pamac build <name of package to install>
Hmmm, that’s the output:
pamac build yaru-gtk-theme
Failed to query https://aur.archlinux.org/rpc/?v=5&type=info&arg=yaru-gtk-theme from AUR: Rate limit reached
Failed to query https://aur.archlinux.org/rpc/?v=5&type=search&arg=yaru-gtk-theme from AUR: Rate limit reached
Fehler: Ziel nicht gefunden: yaru-gtk-theme
Rate limit reached
Are you using a VPN by any chance? Could explain if multiple people are using the same IP address.
someone else had this issue yesterday as well. Wasn’t truly solved either.
No, I do not use a VPN. I am connected to the Internet directly with the DSL modem. I can also install other software. It doesn’t matter if it comes from the “normal” repositories or if it’s e.g. a flatpak (tried it out)
There are no problems when I search via the browser
Maybe refresh your mirrors and launch a
sudo pacman -Syyu before retrying Pamac.
I have no idea how I should have made this number of requests - but I’ll wait and see tomorrow… I am curious.
until then - thanks for the answers
the wait was worth it. Today I was able to install the AUR packages.
Currently our agent for
Pamac got blocked after creating some kind of intensive requests. We will look into that matter:
Having the same issue with a fresh install
It does happen for pamac users regardless of installation date or whatnot. Arch has currently blocked AUR access from pamac.
@philm @codesardine maybe a notification at the top of the forum page would make sense until that issue is resolved.
You can install another AUR-helper like ‘yay’ to install AUR packages. I have the same probleme with pamac today so i use ‘yay’ to update or install AUR packages in commandline.
Use the arch way.
Lookup the package name using the aur webpage - then clone the repo and build using makepkg (ensure your have the required build packages installed first)
$ sudo pacman -Syu base-devel git --needed
Then clone the package
$ git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/$PACKAGE_NAME.git
move into the folder
$ cd $PACKAGE_NAME
install necessary dependencies, build the package and install it
$ makepkg -is
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