Category: Package management

Remove Conflicting Files Not Owned By Any Packages In Arch Linux

How To Speed Up Compilation Process When Installing Packages From AUR

There are many reasons why I (and everyone) prefer Arch Linux over other Linux distributions. It is a rolling release, so you will always have the last version of your applications. And, other notable reasons...

Clean The Package Cache In Arch Linux

The Recommended Way To Clean The Package Cache In Arch Linux

We all know that Pacman, the default package manager for Arch Linux and its derivatives, will store all downloaded packages in /var/cache/pacman/pkg/ folder. And, we also know that it will not delete old or uninstalled packages automatically....

ArchI0 - Arch Linux Applications Automatic Installation Script

ArchI0 – Arch Linux Applications Automatic Installation Script

Howdy Archers! Today, I have stumbled upon an useful utility called “ArchI0”, a CLI menu-based Arch Linux applications automatic installation script. This script provides an easiest way to install all essential applications for your Arch-based...

Remove Installed Packages From A Specific Repository

How To Remove Installed Packages From A Specific Repository In CentOS, Fedora

This is the sequel of our previous article titled “how to install packages from a specific repository”. As the title says, this guide describes how to remove installed packages from a specific repository from command...

Install Packages From A Specific Repository In Linux

How To Install Packages From A Specific Repository In Linux

This brief tutorial explains how to install packages from a specific repository from command line in Unix-like operating systems. This can be useful when a certain package is not available from the official repositories or...