Arch Linux install application
To install an application in Arch Linux, you can use the Pacman package manager through the command line. Here’s how:
- Open the Terminal.
- Update the Pacman package database by running the following command:
sudo pacman -Syu
This will update the package database and upgrade any installed packages to their latest versions.
- Search for the application you want to install by running the following command:
pacman -Ss application-name
Replace “application-name” with the name of the application you want to install. This will search the Pacman package database for any packages that match the search term.
- Install the application by running the following command:
sudo pacman -S package-name
Replace “package-name” with the name of the package you want to install. This will install the package and any dependencies required by the application.
- Authenticate with your password if prompted.
Note that some applications may not be available in the Pacman package database, in which case you may need to install them manually. You can often find instructions for manual installation on the application’s website or in the documentation.
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