I remember on another forum, it was mentioned there was an arch (and I hope derivatives supported as well) librewolf build for arm-64. I kept the Arch repo somewhere, but it seems I lost it.
Any one with repos URLs, a well as PKGBUILDs URLs and such?
Thanks a lot !
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yep, that’s what I use, but that’s X86, hehe. Artix, the same way Arch, don’t support Arm, :(
When I was using Matrix (I dropped it off), in the Librewolf channel, I remember someone shared his/her Arch built repos for Arm-64, which included Librewolf. I thought I kept references somewhere, but I can’t find them, :(
To add to what @email@example.com already said (thanks!): You might’ve thought of the privacyshark repo, which also provides prebuilt binaries for
aarch64as well as
x86_64. With the
librewolf-binpackage on the AUR, you don’t really need it though, unless you want to use some of the other packages in it (eg. signal-desktop or ungoogled-chromium (rebranded as caidao)).
Yes, this was it, :) Thanks a lot !!
I’m missing Jami there, hehe… As it’s FLOSS, there shouldn’t be an issue adding it, :)
I asked the arch’s (and more and more) maintainer about this, she said:
Yeap, I was aware, though those binaries are not built specifically with Arch/Artix/derivatives libraries I’d guess, and I’d also guess they are a bit bloated to cover for that, so I prefer using Arch/Artix/derivatives built versions if available, and I read somewhere about Arch specific ones maintained, but another post showed the one, and I finally recovered what I lost, so I actually confirmed that was the one, :)
Thanks a lot !! Very good to hear about the options.