[aur-general] Where has lib32-libx11 gone?
atsutane at freethoughts.de
Wed Jul 8 17:04:35 EDT 2009
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> I'm using x86_64, and I can download it from pacman -Sw lib32-libx11.
> However, when I get on the AUR **web** page and do a search for it, it's
> not there at all.
> Any ideas why? Do we have an AUR bug here?
Yes, the AUR does only list packages available for i686, if there is no
support for that architecture the package won't be listed, that's a
known "feature". ;)
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