Let's do it!
Here's how you install theBeat
Binary packages can be retrieved from the theSuite repository. This also has the advantage of easier updating with
Add the theSuite repository to your system.
/etc/pacman.conf and add the following at the bottom:
SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
Server = https://packages.vicr123.com/arch/$arch/
Force an update of the system and all repositores
pacman -S thebeat
If you'd like to use the AUR instead, install the
thebeat package from the Arch User Repository.
Use of an AUR helper is recommended as there are a lot of dependencies to install.
Build from source
If theBeat is not packaged for your distribution, you can build theBeat from source yourself.
- Install dependencies of theBeat.
Download the sources of theBeat.
git clone https://github.com/vicr123/thebeat
If you're installing theBeat to a different root directory, you can use the
INSTALL_ROOT environment variable to set the path for theBeat.
theBeat relies on some dependencies to work properly. Here is a list of dependencies you'll need to install to build and run theBeat.
As package names can vary between distributions, package names are not provided here. You'll need to do some research to find the correct package for your distribution.
Optionally, you can also install