This thread is not me asking questions, rather it is me providing instructions on how to install Moksha on Arch Linux and derivative platforms (like Antergos, ArchBang, Chakra GNU/Linux, Manjaro Linux, etc.), using the PKGBUILDs I have placed in this GitHub repository. The steps are:
- Git clone this repository of PKGBUILDs; if you do not have git installed (if you have Yaourt installed, then do not worry git must already be installed) run (as root):
pacman -S gitAfter running this command, or if you already had git installed, run:
git clone https://github.com/fusion809/PKGBUILDsto clone this repository.
- Change into the cloned repository and then change into its moksha subdirectory by running:
- Then run:
makepkg -sito build and then install the Moksha package.
- If you would like to install the community-provided Moksha modules go into their respective subdirectory of the PKGBUILDs repository and run
makepkg -siIt is important to note, however, that the emprint module (found in the moksha-modules-emprint-git subdirectory of the PKGBUILDs repository) must be installed before installing the screenshot module. If you would like to install every community-provided Moksha module, change into the moksha-modules-emprint-git subdirectory and run:
makepkg -siand then change into the moksha-modules-extra-git subdirectory and run:
For those that just want to copy-paste code, run the following to just install Moksha (run this as standard user, not as root):
sudo pacman -S git --needed --noconfirm git clone https://github.com/fusion809/PKGBUILDs cd PKGBUILDs/moksha makepkg -si --noconfirm
and then run the following to install all the Moksha modules:
cd ../moksha-modules-emprint-git makepkg -si --noconfirm cd ../moksha-modules-extra-git makepkg -si --noconfirm
If you experience any issues, please start a new issue at https://github.com/f...ILDs/issues/new. It is possible (I have tested these PKGBUILDs myself, without any issues) that I may have missed the odd dependency.
Hope this helps,