Is there a separate ARM community repo at EndeavourOS?
Here are the three EndeavourOS repos available for the Endeavour additional packages. The repos are the same as much as possible, except for a few x86_64 packages that do not apply to arm. Such as reflector, reflector-simple, akm, etc.
Here is the official Archlinux Arm packages.
The AUR can be used by ARM devces with Archlinux as such. Look in the PKGBUILD and look for the ‘arch=’ line.
arch=(‘any’) can be used by x86_64 + aarch64 + armv7h OSes.
arch=(‘x86_64’ ‘aarch64’) can be used on x86_64 and aarch64 OSes.
If a PKGBUILD does not have ‘any’ and does not have the desired architecture listed for aarch64 or armv7, download the zip file on the target machine, change the arch= line to include your architecture then run makepkg and see if it compiles and runs.
That is what I have to do for polybar and yay. Then I have to compile the PKGBUILD once on an aarch64 machine, then again on a armv7h machine because these packages are achitecture specific.
All packages which have “any” listed as their architecture, such as Ooops.
Thank you for taking time to write that. However, I was only wondering whether Endeavour OS maintained an ARM-specific repo of any kind. Although, I’m aware that this only serves as a time-saving convenience when the packages in question are available on the AUR.