Package Details: libpamac-full 1:11.6.2-1

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Package Base: libpamac-full
Description: Library for Pamac package manager based on libalpm - flatpak and snap support enabled
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Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: libpamac, libpamac-aur, libpamac-flatpak, libpamac-full-dev
Provides: libpamac
Submitter: FredBezies
Maintainer: patlefort
Last Packager: patlefort
Votes: 10
Popularity: 1.98
First Submitted: 2021-06-09 17:09 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-08-29 22:00 (UTC)

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FabioLolix commented on 2023-04-25 16:11 (UTC)

@username227 archlinux-appstream-data-pamac have been removed from AUR and chaotic will remove it when they knew

username227 commented on 2023-04-25 16:01 (UTC)

You can also add it through the chaotic repository. follow the instructions on archwiki for adding third-party repositories.

patlefort commented on 2023-04-25 15:59 (UTC)

Thanks for the ping, should be fixed.

Greens17 commented on 2023-04-25 15:47 (UTC)

The 'archlinux-appstream-data-pamac' dependency is missing from the AUR

DrosteEffect commented on 2023-02-06 15:49 (UTC)

@username227 Worked for me. Thank you!

tydynrain commented on 2023-02-06 04:28 (UTC)

@username277, that actually worked. It built successfully. Thank you for that!

username227 commented on 2023-02-05 15:25 (UTC) (edited on 2023-02-05 15:26 (UTC) by username227)

OK, I did finally get it to work. This is how I did it: 1) remove any versions of pamac and snapd-glib that you have installed. 2) download the pkgbuild directly from the aur website (i put it on the desktop). 3) go into the directory and open a terminal. 3) run the following commands:

 sudo pacman -U snapd-glib-1.63-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst

(I did this after I confirmed that snapd-glib-2 were part of the package).

4) then, you should be able to:

 yay -S pamac-all

and both pamac-all and libpamac-full should build properly.

Now, before you ask, I understand that building the package automatically through the yay command or through pamac should have the same result as the above. i have no idea why it didn't. but when I installed snapd-glib through the aur directly, snapd-glib-2 was not present. only with this method did it work properly.

username227 commented on 2023-02-05 14:32 (UTC)

snapd-glib-2.pc is NOT present when I install snapd-glib. Only snapd-glib.pc is present in that folder. ??

patlefort commented on 2023-02-05 13:33 (UTC)

I have no idea why would that be. When you install snapd-glib, can you check the presence of a file /usr/lib/pkgconfig/snapd-glib-2.pc and its content? Also try building in a clean chroot and see if the problem is still present.

ajw107 commented on 2023-02-05 13:25 (UTC) (edited on 2023-02-05 13:25 (UTC) by ajw107)

Not sure if this helps, but I found I had to install snapd-glib-git NOT snapd-glib