There are several Archlinux repos but only General and PinePhone are actively maintained. PKGBUILD files can be found on GitLab, GitHub and my self-hosted repo

Be aware we don't exactly know what we are doing!


Here you can find some AUR packages I use and some of my personal stuff. As for AUR packages I try to keep them up to date. There are times when packages in this repo are fresher than in AUR because I keep an eye on upstreams. Don't count on it though.

Further instruction is TLDR of this two bits of Archwiki: Unofficial user repositories and Adding unofficial keys.

To enable general archlinux repo add following to your /etc/pacman.conf:

Server =$arch/

Get the key:

# pacman-key --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys E2167FCB35323894F4DA87385432921F91514C5E

Locally sign it:

# pacman-key --lsign-key E2167FCB35323894F4DA87385432921F91514C5E

Roll with it =]

PS. To start rolling: update package database with pacman -Sy and check what new, shiny stuff is now available with pacman -Sl ejiek

Update key

Once in a while key tends to expire. Don't panic! It's called key rotation and it's for the greater good.

To fix it just download updated version:

# pacman-key --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys E2167FCB35323894F4DA87385432921F91514C5E


Here you can find all the stuff I'm playing with on a PinePhone.

Server =$arch/

All the other parts are similar to the General repo.