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The Amarok v1.4 is not being supported anymore on the official mirrors.
 
The Amarok v1.4 is not being supported anymore on the official mirrors.
 
==Building the Amarok 1.4 for Arch Linux==
 
 
If you still desire to use the v1.4 of Amarok you can build it by yourself doing your own package and installing it with pacman. You'll need to build at least 2 packages: '''amarok-engine-xine''' and '''amarok-base'''
 
 
For each one, browse the repository on the revision number 35946 (this revision was right before Amarok v2 got to the repository as an official package for Amarok). Reach them here: [http://repos.archlinux.org/viewvc.cgi/amarok-base/repos/extra-x86_64/?pathrev=35946 amarok-base] and [http://repos.archlinux.org/viewvc.cgi/amarok-engine-xine/repos/extra-x86_64/?pathrev=35946 amarok-engine-xine] and download those files (the PKGBUILD and the others) to a folder (one folder for each program (amarok-base and amarok-engine-xine)). Remember to rename them if you got crap, like '''PKGBUILD?revision=34763&pathrev=35946''' to only '''PKGBUILD'''.
 
 
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Latest revision as of 20:30, 15 October 2012

Since April 18th of 2009 the Amarok v2 has been the official release on the extra repository of Arch Linux. To install it you only need to type pacman -S amarok on a terminal as a super user (aka root).

If you want to compile the latest version of Amarok on your Arch Linux, try the amarok-git PKGBUILD found on AUR repository.

The Amarok v1.4 is not being supported anymore on the official mirrors.


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