You can find packages I have built for for Arch Linux here. You may either browse and download the packages and signatures manually, or add the repo to your /etc/pacman.conf.
All packages hosted here are free software. Most packages hosted here were built on my home server with krack, a continuous automated build system I wrote for Arch Linux.
See the exact /etc/makepkg.conf used to build all packages here.
Please note all packages built after 1/10/2023 are built with -march=x86-64-v3.[↗]
Check if your system supports this:
$ /lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 --helpIf this line is in the output, your machine can use these packages:
x86-64-v3 (supported, searched)
Some packages are built with additional modifications to their PKGBUILD and/or other files, or different-than-default configuration options (click to see patches for that package):
Ungoogled Chromium now ships with Ozone by default: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Chromium#Native_Wayland_support
The redshift package in the default Arch repos now has geoclue as an optional dependency.
Linux-tkg is no longer built/provided due to frequent build breakages with krack.
All other packages are built with their default state after fetching from the AUR.
x86_64 packages: https://builds.krathalan.net/x86_64/
First add the following snippet to /etc/pacman.conf:
Server = https://builds.krathalan.net/$arch
Then make and install the krathalans-keyring package:
$ git clone https://github.com/krathalan/pkgbuilds.git
$ cd pkgbuilds/krathalans-keyring/
$ makepkg -i
Now pacman -Syu and get some packages.
About this repo/any hosted packages: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0C6B 73F3 91FA 26F0 EBCD 1F75 C0F9 AEE5 6E47 D174