Package Details: android-studio 2023.1.1.28-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/android-studio.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: android-studio
Description: The official Android IDE (Stable branch)
Upstream URL: https://developer.android.com/
Keywords: android
Licenses: Apache
Submitter: TamCore
Maintainer: kordianbruck (SailReal)
Last Packager: SailReal
Votes: 1053
Popularity: 2.63
First Submitted: 2013-05-15 19:45 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-01-24 10:06 (UTC)

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furai commented on 2023-12-03 10:49 (UTC) (edited on 2023-12-04 07:23 (UTC) by furai)

https://github.com/kordianbruck/arch-aur-android-studio/pull/17

There's updated version if anyone is willing to test. For me it updated without issues on 2 machines. But @SailReal had some problems. Would be nice if anyone was willing to help and test.

EDIT: That got merged in.

scott commented on 2023-11-13 13:41 (UTC) (edited on 2023-11-13 15:33 (UTC) by scott)

[SOLVED] When I run /opt/android-studio/bin/studio.sh (which I do just after installing android-studio from here), I have exactly the same error as SajeOne below:

/opt/android-studio/jre/bin/java: symbol lookup error: /opt/android-studio/jre/lib/libnio.so: undefined symbol: initInetAddressIDs

can someone tell me how to fix this?

In my case, at least, i found a solution here: I simply needed to unset LD_LIBRARY_PATH.

(That being said, the fact is that before I unset it, it was set to /usr/lib64/nvidia/:/usr/lib32/nvidia:/usr/lib:. I was/am worried that merely unsetting LD_LIBRARY_PATH would break something. I'm (obviously) a newbie, but after some digging I found that it is /etc/X11/xinit/nvidia-xinitrc which set/exported the LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and this is called by the command nvidia-xrun which I use to start X.

So rather than unset LD_LIBRARY_PATH , I added the following line to my .bashrc file:

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/opt/android-studio/jbr/lib/:/usr/lib/jvm/default/lib/:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}"

(I also removed the ~/.android directory that i had made during the trials-and-errors previous to finding that solution). And now /opt/android-studio/bin/studio.sh starts without error.

All this is from a newbie here, so YMMV. Corrections to the above gladly received. Hope this helps someone else

SailReal commented on 2023-08-28 15:04 (UTC)

Hey @mio-19 and @hamza72x, I'm too busy to add this myself at the moment, but if I find the time or anyone else wants to help out, feel free to create a PR at https://github.com/kordianbruck/arch-aur-android-studio

hamza72x commented on 2023-08-26 18:11 (UTC)

Hey! Can we have the aarch64 version please? I just can't switch to Asahi as full timer, for this.

mio-19 commented on 2023-06-09 02:51 (UTC)

Android Studio can run with a few tweaks on aarch64. It requires replacing jbr and fsnotifier like the intellij idea aur package. Would it be possible to add aarch64 support to this aur package?

n0nakamura commented on 2023-05-04 06:26 (UTC)

The package build fails because the newline character in the PKGBUILD is CRLF.

:: Downloading PKGBUILDs...
 PKGBUILDs up to date
 nothing new to review
fetching devel info...
==> ERROR: PKGBUILD contains CRLF characters and cannot be sourced.
error: failed to download sources for 'android-studio-2022.2.1.19-1':
error: packages failed to build: android-studio-2022.2.1.19-1

PolarianDev commented on 2023-03-10 00:37 (UTC)

This is a binary install, not a source install, surely it should be android-studio-bin not android-studio?

omnifex commented on 2023-01-19 15:47 (UTC)

Ran into some issues with makepkg: line 37 (cd $srcdir/$pkgname) gives an error of "too many arguments." Was able to fix by changing the parent folder names to remove spaces.