[AUR] invalid file

Morning, everybody,

After the installation of EOS, I’m fine-tuning by adding AUR applications.
While I installed 2 applications without any problems, these 2 others yes!

1- Scanner driver, here is the answer from the console :

:: (1/1) Lecture de SRCINFO : iscan-plugin-network
==> Création du paquet iscan-plugin-network 1.1.2-14 (jeu. 13 août 2020 16:15:58)
==> Récupération des sources…
  -> iscan-bundle.deb.tar.gz trouvé
==> Validation des fichiers source avec sha512sums…
    iscan-bundle.deb.tar.gz ... ÉCHEC
==> ERREUR : Un ou plusieurs fichiers ne sont pas valides !
erreur lors du téléchargement des sources : iscan-plugin-network

Thank you for any help you can give me. :smile:

PS : Excuse me, but the translation is with Deepl. :stuck_out_tongue:

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Welcome Aboard!

smooth-sailing2

:milky_way:

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Welcome to the community :beers:

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Thanks for the reply, but nothing, still broken! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

It doesn’t matter, after several years under Arch, I’m going back to Debian. In fact I do not find any problem for these softs (driver driver, enpass or pcloud)
Since 2009, I have often had problems with AUR.
Certainly, due to the fact that the maintainer did not update these softs, or errors in the writing of the PKGBuild. Anyway, I’m sick of it
Good continuation, and to the pleasure !! :grinning:

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It looks like the issue is with the AUR package (an out-of-date checksum). But, if it all works correctly on Debian then that’s also a good option. :+1:

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Here’s a fixed PKGBUILD should you still be on EnOS:

# Maintainer: Alex Wiggins <alex . d . wiggins at gmail . com>
# Maintainer: bslackr <brendan at vastactive dot com>
# Contributor: Gianni Vialetto <g dot vialetto at gmail dot com>
# Contributor: Brian Miller :
# Contributor: Tom Kuther <gimpel@sonnenkinder.org>

pkgname=iscan-plugin-network
_pkgintname=iscan-network-nt
_pkgdlname=iscan-bundle
pkgver=1.1.2
_pkgver=1.1.2-1 # workaround for hyphen in version
_pkgdlver=2.30.4 # download bundle version
pkgrel=14
pkgdesc="Plugin for using Epson scanners with ISCAN over network"
arch=('i686' 'x86_64')
url="http://download.ebz.epson.net/dsc/search/01/search/?OSC=LX"
license=('custom:COPYING.EPSON')
depends=(iscan)
install=iscan-plugin-network.install
source_i686=("https://download2.ebz.epson.net/iscan/general/deb/x86/${_pkgdlname}-${_pkgdlver}.x86.deb.tar.gz")
source_x86_64=("https://download2.ebz.epson.net/iscan/general/deb/x64/${_pkgdlname}-${_pkgdlver}.x64.deb.tar.gz")
b2sums_i686=('4ed4c5e833fa3d8f7c587a2fa646d2931e041b50b4eb15ba76f62e7970306a62736e11495b7995923e29e5c6f9c5ff49c333918f0131c4d9f9a19b01b7832f82')
b2sums_x86_64=('424a43597b9f367315ff9904d72b0be2b929e249ff94ed343a918a65b14a3e47e93910dae73711c5ad302bd4af74d858bf2ff930ddc7c157e9c61eb2c5639155')

prepare() {
  bsdtar -xf ${_pkgdlname}-${_pkgdlver}.*.deb/plugins/${_pkgintname}_${_pkgver}_*.deb
  bsdtar -xf data.tar.gz
  gunzip usr/share/doc/${_pkgintname}/COPYING.EPSON.en.txt.gz
}

package() {
  cp -R usr "$pkgdir"
  install -Dm644 usr/share/doc/${_pkgintname}/COPYING.EPSON.en.txt "$pkgdir"/usr/share/licenses/${pkgname}/COPYING.EPSON
}
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Bienvenue @neo1 !!

Hello,

Great news ! With cups 2.2, no more need for AUR drivers. :ok_hand:
I just tested the configuration of my Epson ET-2650. Everything works, printer and scanner.
2 less worries. I have only 2 softwares left at AUR (pcloud and enpass)
So, I’m going to keep EOS, even if I joined Debian, more exactly LMDE, which I love :heart_eyes:

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I love cups, and it keeps getting better and better, but I’d hold my breath when it comes to cups working with every printer. There’s plethora of them and if you’re a cheapskate like me you tend to get the odd ones once in a while that lack cups support. :sweat_smile:

I’m thinking of getting a good laser printer instead. It’s cheaper in the long run.

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