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This was replaced with ALHP.GO, please open any issues or PRs there.
Build script for archlinux instructionset enabled repos. All packages are build with -march= and -O3. Some packages will not build with -O3, they will just be provided from the official repos as usual.
Important: Before you enable any of these repos, check if your system supports x86-64-v3. You can do that with
/lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 --help. If you don't check beforehand you might be unable to boot your system anymore and need to downgrade any package that you may have upgraded.
Example output snippet for a system supporting up to
Subdirectories of glibc-hwcaps directories, in priority order: x86-64-v4 x86-64-v3 (supported, searched) x86-64-v2 (supported, searched)
To enable these complement repos you need to add them above the regular repos in
[core-x86-64-v3] Server = https://alhp.harting.dev/$repo/os/$arch/ [extra-x86-64-v3] Server = https://alhp.harting.dev/$repo/os/$arch/ [community-x86-64-v3] Server = https://alhp.harting.dev/$repo/os/$arch/ [core] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist [extra] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist [community] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist
x86-64-v3 with your cpu-set. More information about all available options on this gcc page.
Currently, alhp.harting.dev only builds for
x86-64-v3 (list is subject to change).
You can see all available repositories here.
After finished adding the repos to
pacman.conf you need to import and sign the used pgp key:
pacman-key --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 0D4D2FDAF45468F3DDF59BEDE3D0D2CD3952E298
pacman-key --lsign-key 0D4D2FDAF45468F3DDF59BEDE3D0D2CD3952E298
Update package database:
Following command reinstalls all packages found in the repo extra-x86-64-v3 that are already installed.
extra-x86-64-v3 with whatever repo you want to install.
pacman -S $(pacman -Sl x86-64-v3 | grep installed | cut -f 2 -d " " | perl -pe 's/\R/ /g;')
This is only needed once, new updates are coming from this new repo then, as usual.