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# «.ssh»			(to "ssh")
# «.pacman-hints»		(to "pacman-hints")
# «.downloading-pkgs-by-hand»	(to "downloading-pkgs-by-hand")




# http://www.archlinux.org/packages/

# http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/

# (find-fline "/etc/pacman.d/")
# (find-fline "/etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist")
# (find-fline "/etc/pacman.conf")

# (find-fline "/var/run/")
# (find-fline "/var/run/dhcpcd.pid")

sudo pacman -Syu


Targets (5): dnssec-anchors-20120422-1  kmod-8-1  ldns-1.6.12-2  linux-3.3.3-1
             openssh-6.0p1-1

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/The_Arch_Way




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# «ssh»  (to ".ssh")
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Secure_Shell
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Secure_Shell#Daemon
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Secure_Shell#Managing_SSHD_Daemon
# rc.d {start|stop|restart} sshd





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# Pacman hints
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# «pacman-hints»  (to ".pacman-hints")
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman_Rosetta
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman_Tips
# https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pkgtools
# https://www.archlinux.org/pacman/pacman.8.html


pacman -Syu


Installing packages

  Installing specific packages

  To install a single package or list of packages (including
  dependencies), issue the following command:

sudo pacman -S package_name1 package_name2 ...
  
  Sometimes there are multiple versions of a package in different
  repositories, e.g. [extra] and [testing]. To install the former
  version, the repository needs to be defined in front:

pacman -S extra/package_name

Installing package groups
-------------------------

  Some packages belong to a group of packages that can all be installed
  simultaneously. For example, issuing the command:

sudo pacman -S gnome

  will install all the packages that belong to the gnome group. To see what
  packages belong to the gnome group, run:

sudo pacman -Sg gnome

  Also visit https://www.archlinux.org/groups/ to see what package
  groups are available.

  Note: If a package in the list is already installed on the system,
  it will be reinstalled even if it is already up to date. This
  behavior can be overridden with the --needed option.

  Warning: When installing packages, do not refresh the package list
  without upgrading the system (i.e. pacman -Sy package_name); this
  can lead to dependency issues, see #Partial upgrades are unsupported
  and [1].

Removing packages
-----------------

  To remove a single package, leaving all of its dependencies
  installed:

sudo pacman -R package_name

  To remove a package and its dependencies which are not required by
  any other installed package:

sudo pacman -Rs package_name

  To remove a package, its dependencies and all the packages that
  depend on the target package:

  Warning: This operation is recursive, and must be used with care
  since it can remove many potentially needed packages.

sudo pacman -Rsc package_name

  To remove a package, which is required by another package, without
  removing the dependent package:

sudo pacman -Rdd package_name

  pacman saves important configuration files when removing certain
  applications and names them with the extension: .pacsave. To prevent
  the creation of these backup files use the -n option:

sudo pacman -Rn package_name

  Note: pacman will not remove configurations that the application
  itself creates (for example "dotfiles" in the home folder).

Upgrading packages
------------------

  pacman can update all packages on the system with just one command.
  This could take quite a while depending on how up-to-date the system
  is. This command can synchronize the repository databases and update
  the system's packages:

sudo pacman -Syu

  Warning: Instead of immediately updating as soon as updates are
  available, users must recognize that due to the nature of Arch's
  rolling release approach, an update may have unforeseen
  consequences. This means that it is not wise to update if, for
  example, one is about to deliver an important presentation. Rather,
  update during free time and be prepared to deal with any problems
  that may arise.

  Tip: Remember that pacman's output is logged in /var/log/pacman.log.

Querying package databases
--------------------------

  pacman queries the local package database with the -Q flag; see:

pacman -Q --help

  and queries the sync databases with the -S flag; see:

pacman -S --help

  pacman can search for packages in the database, searching both in
  packages' names and descriptions:

pacman -Ss string1 string2 ...

  To search for already installed packages:

pacman -Qs string1 string2 ...

  To display extensive information about a given package:

pacman -Si package_name

  For locally installed packages:

pacman -Qi package_name

  Passing two -i flags will also display the list of backup files and
  their modification states:

pacman -Qii package_name

  To retrieve a list of the files installed by a package:

pacman -Ql package_name

  For packages not installed, use pkgfile from pkgtools or nosr from
  nosr-git from AUR.

  One can also query the database to know which package a file in the
  file system belongs to:

pacman -Qo /path/to/a/file

  To list all packages no longer required as dependencies (orphans):

pacman -Qdt

  To list a dependency tree of a package:

pactree package_name

  To list all the packages depending on a package, use whoneeds from
  pkgtools:

whoneeds package_name

Additional commands
-------------------

  Upgrade the system and install a list of packages (one-liner):

sudo pacman -Syu package_name1 package_name2 ...

  Download a package without installing it:

sudo pacman -Sw package_name

  Install a 'local' package that is not from a repository:

sudo pacman -U /path/to/package/package_name-version.pkg.tar.xz

  Install a 'remote' package (not from a repository):

sudo pacman -U http://www.example.com/repo/example.pkg.tar.xz

  Clean the package cache of packages that are not currently installed
  (/var/cache /pacman/pkg):

  Warning: Only do this if sure that the current versions of installed
  packages are stable and a downgrade is not needed as pacman -Sc
  removes all the old versions of installed packages.

sudo pacman -Sc

  Clean the entire package cache:

  Warning: This clears the entire package cache. Doing this is a bad
  practice since it removes the ability to downgrade to the current
  set of packages in the case that an upgrade causes breakage.

sudo pacman -Scc

  As an alternative to both the -Sc and -Scc switches, consider using
  Cacheclean from the AUR. This python script selectively cleans
  pacman's cache keeping x old version of each package therein.





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# «downloading-pkgs-by-hand»  (to ".downloading-pkgs-by-hand")

http://archlinux.org/packages/
http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/$repo/os/$arch
http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/
http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/extra/os/x86_64/
http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/community/os/x86_64/

* (eepitch-shell2)
* (eepitch-kill)
* (eepitch-shell2)
mkdir /tmp/arch/
wget http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/linux-3.3.3-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz.sig
wget http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/linux-3.3.3-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz

wget http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/dnssec-anchors-20120422-1
wget http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/kmod-8-1
wget http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/ldns-1.6.12-2
wget http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/openssh-6.0p1-1

	openssh-6.0p1-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz 
	openssh-6.0p1-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz.sig


http://distrib-coffee.ipsl.jussieu.fr/pub/linux/archlinux/core/os/x86_64/linux-3.3.3-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz.sig









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