interesting, I tried tor-browser several times with having antergos and it was confusing itself with firefox (That particular day, I’m guessing)
It would be my luck I tried it on a broken day, that’s how I found tor-browser-en, it just worked.
The downside I was having was when an update came it kept doing a fresh instal and erased my addons and settings, but a few days ago, before I switched to endevour mirrors, the browser itself started installing the updates like windows would do.
I guess I just got used to that version since it was the first one that worked for me and got curious when it didn’t show in the repo.
I’ve never downloaded a package and built it from scratch, I don’t know how, that is why searching the repo with gui is nice, but I’ll have to figure it out somehow…
A newbie how to on package installs would be nice for endeavour imo.
It was just so easy to do it with a gui I guess I never bothered how to do it manually.
If it’s in the repo, and the gui can do it for you,
isn’t that the point of having a gui desktop?
Now having stated that, I guess I’m in conflict of doing stuff like that manually vs why bother with a desktop.
I’m being really picky, it’s late, and have had a pull my hair out moment all day so thankyou, I would have found those eventually.
I think I understand when the wife says the kids are over-tired, she’s referring to me and my incessant babbling when I get uptight.
You’re welcome. Besides, now that I read your question again maybe I misunderstood it und you were looking for something like that?
Install AUR-Packages from the terminal: https://endeavouros.com/docs/aur/yay/