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#1 2023-09-04 03:17:03

Anonim-kun
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[SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

Hello, I was trying to install Yomikiru with debtap, but it can't found equivalents of kde-runtime and gir1.2-gnomekeyring-1.0 I assume equivalent of gir1.2-gnomekeyring-1.0 is gnome-keyring but could not find kde-runtime's equivalent. May someone help me?

Last edited by Anonim-kun (2023-09-04 13:59:29)

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#2 2023-09-04 03:45:20

ajgringo619
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Re: [SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

I wouldn't assume anything. If you have apt-file installed on Debian, run this to get a list of packages:

apt-file list name_of_package

From there. compare it to the list from the Arch package. I checked their Github site, nothing about how to install/compile, other than providing pre-built packages for Debian and Windows.

I wish you luck. Trying to find the correct package for the KDE requirements is going to be a lot of work. You may be better off building it from source; hopefully the source tarball actually has the build instructions.

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#3 2023-09-04 08:49:40

TheSgtBilko
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Re: [SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

Maybe try one of the other Comic Book Readers listed in:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/List_o … Comic_book

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#4 2023-09-04 12:40:06

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Re: [SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

Why would you use debtap for this?? The original source code is available.


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#5 2023-09-04 12:57:21

Anonim-kun
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Re: [SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

ajgringo619 wrote:

I wouldn't assume anything. If you have apt-file installed on Debian, run this to get a list of packages:

apt-file list name_of_package

From there. compare it to the list from the Arch package. I checked their Github site, nothing about how to install/compile, other than providing pre-built packages for Debian and Windows.

I wish you luck. Trying to find the correct package for the KDE requirements is going to be a lot of work. You may be better off building it from source; hopefully the source tarball actually has the build instructions.

I installed tar.gz file but could not file instructions, may you send them please?

Trilby wrote:

Why would you use debtap for this?? The original source code is available.

Because I have no idea for building it

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#6 2023-09-04 13:04:16

loqs
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Re: [SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

The project sets depends to https://github.com/mienaiyami/yomikiru/ … fig.ts#L52

depends: ["unzip", "xdg-utils"],

electron-forge produces the .deb with

Depends: libgtk-3-0, libnotify4, libnss3, libxtst6, xdg-utils, libatspi2.0-0, libdrm2, libgbm1, libxcb-dri3-0, kde-cli-tools | kde-runtime | trash-cli | libglib2.0-bin | gvfs-bin
Recommends: pulseaudio | libasound2
Suggests: gir1.2-gnomekeyring-1.0, libgnome-keyring0, lsb-release

Which looks like you need one of kde-cli-tools | kde-runtime | trash-cli | libglib2.0-bin | gvfs-bin for trash support.

Last edited by loqs (2023-09-04 13:09:13)

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#7 2023-09-04 13:46:48

Anonim-kun
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Re: [SOLVED]What are the equivalent of these Debian packages on pacman?

loqs wrote:

The project sets depends to https://github.com/mienaiyami/yomikiru/ … fig.ts#L52

depends: ["unzip", "xdg-utils"],

electron-forge produces the .deb with

Depends: libgtk-3-0, libnotify4, libnss3, libxtst6, xdg-utils, libatspi2.0-0, libdrm2, libgbm1, libxcb-dri3-0, kde-cli-tools | kde-runtime | trash-cli | libglib2.0-bin | gvfs-bin
Recommends: pulseaudio | libasound2
Suggests: gir1.2-gnomekeyring-1.0, libgnome-keyring0, lsb-release

Which looks like you need one of kde-cli-tools | kde-runtime | trash-cli | libglib2.0-bin | gvfs-bin for trash support.

Thanks, I deleted kde_runtime dependency from pkg file, it seems everything nice except it wanted to download 3 gigs of packages so I will figure out a way to compile it from source lol
I tried to compile it via

yarn install
yarn run make

Problem has solved thanks all for helping

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