As slow as it is, have you tried using Tor, you are only pushing pulling PKGBUILD files, not gigabytes of data.
Offtopic; does the AUR or any part of Arch offer .onion services?
On April 18, 2022 5:42:55 PM UTC, Jonathon Fernyhough via aur-general email@example.com wrote:
Oracle, Amazon, and Google provide VMs within their free tiers.
There are a number of shell-only providers out there too (e.g. SDF) that you could conceivably use for SSH forwarding.
On 18/04/2022 14:43, Ryan via aur-general wrote:
Many VPS providers have cheap "starter" plans at $3-4 per month that you can use to self-host your own. It's not ideal, but it might be your only solution.
-------- Original Message -------- On Apr 18, 2022, 09:24, eNV25 via aur-general wrote:
My firewall is restrictive and won't allow outgoing traffic on tcp/22.
github.com and gitlab.com both provide alternative addresses that use tcp/443. Is there something like this for AUR?
I know I can just use a general proxy, but I don't have access to another network or computer to host my own, and all public VPNs and proxies that work in this network are slow.