I see many threads get closed if asking for help on ARM systems so I think it is not allowed. Is it allowed?
Last edited by maggie (2013-04-04 11:56:20)
Why not, the AUR is just a way of sharing unsupported PKGBUILDs.
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Support here on the BBS is offered only to Arch-proper—that is, not any of its derivatives (including, but not limited to, those projects which offer support for other platforms). Having said that, the AUR is 100 percent unsupported (by anyone other than the maintainer) anyway, so if a PKGBUILD allows for an unsupported architecture, that shouldn't be a big deal.
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Last edited by HalosGhost (2013-04-03 11:27:01)
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ARM uses the AUR but has its own forum, so people are emcouraged to seek support there as that is where they are more likely to get the helpf they need...
IMO it's up to the maintainer if they want to support that architecture.
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Thanks for the answers