Package Details: osu-lazer 2021.619.0-1

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Package Base: osu-lazer
Description: The new open source version of osu!, the free-to-win rhythm game
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Keywords: game lazer osu peppy ppy rhythm
Licenses: MIT, custom:CC-BY-NC 4.0
Submitter: morguldir
Maintainer: morguldir (ppy)
Last Packager: morguldir
Votes: 46
Popularity: 1.86
First Submitted: 2018-06-21 12:34
Last Updated: 2021-06-18 19:57

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Sarisan commented on 2021-05-25 09:53

Then them both should be added as optional

huupoke12 commented on 2021-05-25 09:47

@Sarisan No, it depends on the audio setup, so it shouldn't be a dependency. Pure ALSA users don't have to install anything, or they will use dmix, while PipeWire users will install pipewire-alsa instead. Also, people with professional sound cards that can handle multiple streams won't have that problem.

Sarisan commented on 2021-05-25 09:44

Add pulseaudio-alsa as requirement, there is "BASS faulted with error code 46: Busy" without it

morguldir commented on 2021-04-11 04:00

Not a fan of retrusting the VeriSign certificate, but either way this decision should be made by Arch or Mozilla. Anyway, dotnet has interestingly decided to disable package verification on Linux and macOS for the time being, which is included in the 5.0.202 SDK, so i will wait for that.

OriginCode commented on 2021-04-10 01:53

As dotnet 5.0 has been released by Arch Linux official, the package can be updated.

A personal modified version of PKGBUILD for the newer version:

(Temporarily require to build)

Vel0ciTy commented on 2020-12-10 07:49

It seems as of right now, 12/9/2020, you can't play in timeshift lobbies because it is compiled from the source. However, using the osu AppImage allows you to do so though. osu-lazer-bin uses the AppImage and replacing this package with the bin seems to retain your information

Steffo commented on 2020-08-17 01:42

If you experience hitsound delays while playing, you can try one of the workarounds suggested in this issue.

morguldir commented on 2020-03-30 16:21

"Packages that use prebuilt deliverables, when the sources are available, must use the -bin suffix."

Also, i think AppImage has it's own updating system.

minhducsun2002 commented on 2020-03-30 09:01

Why not? It is fully possible to package an AppImage as a package. I said nothing about extracting it out. Also, letting pacman tracks the versioning is somewhat easier than to do it yourself.

huupoke12 commented on 2020-03-17 04:46

I don't see the point of that. AppImages are designed to be self-contained (with its dependencies), not "polluting" existing filesystem, one click and run, can be used without root access, so why we even need a package for that?