I searched the forum and found that limewire was in the unsupported repo and in punkrockguy318's repo.
I looked at the wiki and found some stuff on Unsupported. It is not possible to intall programs from this like a normal repo?
Also, if this is easier, what should I add to /etc/pacman.conf to be able to download it from punkrockguy318's repo. I found the repo mentioned several times but I cant find out what I need to add to be able to access that repository?
I'm not even sure if that repo exists. Many were merged into the AUR. I think that in the long run, it would be better for you to get familar with the AUR.
A simple way is probably to install the aurbuild tool. The manual way is pretty easy too.
1. Search for package on aur.archlinux.org
2. Download the PKGBUILD.
3. Open a console and go to the same dir as PKGBUILD
4. run: makepkg (this will look for the PKGBUILD in the current dir and build)
5. Everything "should" work and you'll end up with a pkg.tar.gz file.
6. pacman -A foo.pkg.tar.gz
I agree with arooaroo; nonetheless, it's useful to have a decent selection of repos in pacman.conf so you have an easy-to-access selection of software.
To add Punkrockguy's repo, just insert the following into /etc/pacman.conf:
[punkrockguy318] Server = ftp://aur.archlinux.org/tur/punkrockguy318
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