# Installeer op Arch Linux
# Arch User Repository (AUR)
Alternatively there also is an official package for QOwnNotes on AUR, it is called
You will find it here: QOwnNotes on AUR (opens new window)
Synchronize your package database and install the package with
yay -S qownnotes
If you want to speed up build time you may want to read CCACHE and AUR (opens new window).
OBS (opens new window) currently seems to have build issues on Arch Linux. Best use the AUR or the AppImage for now.
Add the following lines to your
sudo nano /etc/pacman.conf:
[home_pbek_QOwnNotes_Arch_Extra] SigLevel = Optional TrustAll Server = http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/pbek:/QOwnNotes/Arch_Extra/$arch
Run the following shell commands to trust the repository:
wget http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/pbek:/QOwnNotes/Arch_Extra/x86_64/home_pbek_QOwnNotes_Arch_Extra.key -O - | sudo pacman-key --add - sudo pacman-key --lsign-key F2205FB121DF142B31450865A3BA514562A835DB
If the command
sudo pacman-key --lsign-key F2205FB121DF142B31450865A3BA514562A835DB fails with a message like:
ERROR: FFC43FC94539B8B0 could not be locally signed., you could first find out the actual keyid of the downloaded key, i.e. with the command (and output):
gpg /path/to/downloaded/home_pbek_QOwnNotes_Arch_Extra.key gpg: WARNING: no command supplied. Trying to guess what you mean ... pub rsa2048 2019-07-31 [SC] [expires: 2021-10-10] F2205FB121DF142B31450865A3BA514562A835DB uid home:pbek OBS Project <home:[email protected]>
You can now synchronize your package database and install the package with
sudo pacman -Syy qownnotes
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Of course you can also use this repository with other Arch Linux based distributions, like Manjaro.