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« on: 27. March 2016, 23:22:48 »
Hello,

I have a problem installing peerio from the reprository. it fails to continue the installation.  please help



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Re: peerio
« Reply #1 on: 27. March 2016, 23:33:29 »
This is an AUR package; moving to the AUR subforum. Be warned, I'm not easy on people who install from the AUR.
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Re: peerio
« Reply #2 on: 27. March 2016, 23:33:52 »
yaourt use /tmp to build the package and by default this folder is in ram.. so you did not had enough space.
there is a yaourt config file in /etc 
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/etc/yaourtrcwhere you can change the temp directory used to build package with an other temp directory you create somewhere on your partition.
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#TMPDIR="/tmp"change this iine with a path in your hdd and remove the comment char #  and it should be ok
« Last Edit: 27. March 2016, 23:38:26 by scachemaille »

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Re: peerio
« Reply #3 on: 27. March 2016, 23:44:58 »
This is an AUR package; moving to the AUR subforum. Be warned, I'm not easy on people who install from the AUR.

what I suppose to do then if it is not supported by the main repository.  maybe you can recomend another app that do the same function and provide end to end encryption with free space.

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Re: peerio
« Reply #4 on: 27. March 2016, 23:49:57 »
what I suppose to do then if it is not supported by the main repository.  maybe you can recomend another app that do the same function and provide end to end encryption with free space.
he did not tell you to don't use it. just to take care to read about what is AUR and how it works, and things like that as AUR package are not supported by devs of manjaro. and before to post about AUR problems on manjaro forum to try to see on the AUR or arch forum etc.  and for your problem. look at my previous message
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Re: peerio
« Reply #5 on: 28. March 2016, 00:43:02 »
yaourt use /tmp to build the package and by default this folder is in ram.. so you did not had enough space.
there is a yaourt config file in /etc 
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/etc/yaourtrcwhere you can change the temp directory used to build package with an other temp directory you create somewhere on your partition.
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#TMPDIR="/tmp"change this iine with a path in your hdd and remove the comment char #  and it should be ok

Thanks for yout suggestion. unfortunately It didn't work. what work is to run this code first as a root

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mount -o remount,size=10G,noatime /tmp