I am wondering if I can install stacer on my Pinebook Pro ?
Trying to do so I get a message saying : stacer is not available for the ‘aarch64’ architecture.
Excuse my noob questions, I am fairly new to this. I am double checking if there isn’t a workaround.
Would there be an alternative to stacer for the Pinebook Pro ?
Have you checked this?
Here is what I had done based on instructions I found on the net
git clone [LINK] aur archlinux org stacer.git
which gave me
==> ERROR: stacer is not available for the ‘aarch64’ architecture.
can you walk me through how go about installing from your link?
You need to do something like this before
but not sure it will work tho … @Strit has definitely a good answer on the way
Looks easy enough. Here’s what you do:
- Git clone the AUR repo.
arch=()line. Save and close nano
Ok, now I am in over my head …
I can imagine your time is shorthanded, however can you spell this out for me?
Ideally to something I can grab copy and paste
I did spell it out.
It’s even a point form guide.
The text in the
code blocks are commands or text in a file.
You did indeed …
here is what I am trying to do
[jens@Manjaro stacer]$ git clone [link] archive raspbian org/raspbian/pool/
Cloning into ‘stacer’…
fatal: repository 'archive raspbian org/raspbian/pool/main/s/stacer/
’ not found
No. I said clone the AUR repo. Like you did the first time.
getting the following
==> ERROR: Cannot find the fakeroot binary.
Please make sure you have all the packages installed, that is needed for building software.
sudo pacman -Syu base-devel --needed
@Strit thank you so much for your help and patience with me! I am learning step by step here. Above was the missing information needed to get Stacer up and running.
I need to make sure I honor all of your hard work with a donation !