Package Details: radarr-develop 5.4.0.8636-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/radarr-develop.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: radarr-develop
Description: Movie download automation for usenet and torrents.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: radarr, radarr-aphrodite
Provides: radarr, radarr-aphrodite
Submitter: fryfrog
Maintainer: fryfrog
Last Packager: fryfrog
Votes: 2
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2018-08-14 22:50 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2024-02-27 04:16 (UTC)

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Locutus64 commented on 2023-11-03 14:53 (UTC) (edited on 2023-11-03 19:20 (UTC) by Locutus64)

I now have both Prowlarr and Radarr installed in Xero Linux. Have not added my backups to them yet, but they did install without issue. See my last post on the Garuda forums. Thanks for trying to help me with this, much appreciated. I'm pulling my previous post here, thanks again.

https://forum.garudalinux.org/t/arch-package-name-changes/31668/11

FYI: That's a brand new Xero release from this morning.

fryfrog commented on 2023-11-03 00:26 (UTC)

Awesome, that is the right size! What downloaded that, an aur helper or by hand somehow? What is the sha512sum of that file?

fryfrog@apollo …/radarr-develop  on  master ❯ ls -alh Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-x64.tar.gz
-rw-r--r-- 1 fryfrog fryfrog 96M Oct 30 08:15 Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-x64.tar.gz
fryfrog@apollo …/radarr-develop  on  master ❯ sha512sum Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-x64.tar.gz
c052097304f80e23cd7eaad6d0d2fdd1d2f8af816ff1bbbc0cc951f9ef9da2c5f543579b2cb23df3b36fe6eff2ba20bc13d84bfe6ceb2db5ff4ecea47df9b518  Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-x64.tar.gz

^ This is mine for comparison.

fryfrog commented on 2023-11-02 19:01 (UTC)

I find it frustrating that you won't help us help you by showing literally any useful information. Your file is not downloading properly. But you won't show us an ls -alh of the file so we can see what it looks like, nor will you run sha512sum on it so we can compare. You also won't just manually curl or wget the url to see if that does anything different. Nor will you file on the file or even cat the file (assuming its small enough).

It is useful to know that all those other software are fine and the issue reproduces in pikaur, yay and paru. But it doesn't help solve the problem.

Are you in Russia or does your IP look like it? Servarr blocks russian IPs. That could explain it, as a wild ass guess w/ zero information provided by you.

And I just mean that your reply looks like an email reply, it contains all of the previous replies unneccesarily. Do you not see that?

fryfrog commented on 2023-10-31 14:34 (UTC) (edited on 2023-10-31 14:40 (UTC) by fryfrog)

@Locutus64:

Then prove it.

fryfrog@apollo …/radarr-develop  on  master ❯ sha512sum Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-*
5302316c7ff264a284cfdb85e4f0d7d343d0240e57b2d687fd490238daa530c23e1f17115c4a7bdaf7515dfc0cb64f8fca9753dbe263387f699c3f9f6e5dcb0e  Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-arm64.tar.gz
04b3ebec53638ecd05351e33e09cd0bd0ef517e687d1d5476b9fd013ea1cbc61f75f68c925e4c59f9bb2cb90ce5a38c6f51b6123457bb9d66922ccea1c9f685e  Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-arm.tar.gz
c052097304f80e23cd7eaad6d0d2fdd1d2f8af816ff1bbbc0cc951f9ef9da2c5f543579b2cb23df3b36fe6eff2ba20bc13d84bfe6ceb2db5ff4ecea47df9b518  Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-x64.tar.gz

^ These are the sha256sums of the files on my disk, they match what is in the PKGBUILD. If I remove them and re-download them, they're the same.

Have you tried building the package by hand? Have you compared the ls -alh output of the file at all? Have you looked at the sha512sum of the file? Have you tried downloading it yourself? Have you done anything besides run pikaur?

I run ~~develop~~ nightly from ~~this~~ a similar package and paru downloads, extracts and installs it fine.

Edit: and can you please edit all the repost spam out of your reply?

fryfrog commented on 2023-10-30 15:19 (UTC)

@Locutus64: There's something wrong w/ the file your tool is downloading. Look in that direction. The output of ls -alh on the right file is below, good luck. You may have better luck asking for help from Garuda.

-rw-r--r--   1 fryfrog fryfrog  96M Oct 30 08:15 Radarr.develop.5.1.2.8207.linux-core-x64.tar.gz