In this blog post, we will tell you about the simplest way to get ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors installed on your Arch Linux machine.
Arch Linux is a free, open-source Linux distribution that follows principles of simplicity, modernity, pragmatism, user centrality, and versatility. One of the most prominent Arch Linux features is the AUR repository. It contains package descriptions that allow users to compile a package from the source. There are several installation options available in Arch Linux. You can compile Desktop Editors from the Git Clone repository manually or by utilizing the AUR helpers. Also, you can install Desktop Editors as a snap package.
To install AUR packages, you need to have base-devel and Git packages installed on your system. If they are not yet installed on your computer, open the terminal and run the following command:
sudo pacman -S --needed base-devel git
Note! It is not the official ONLYOFFICE package. The package has been delivered by dbermond. For more information, view the maintainer`s profile.
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/onlyoffice-bin.git
The easiest and most efficient way to install AUR packages is by utilizing the AUR helpers. They automate the usage of the Arch User Repository and allow installing AUR packages by running a single command. Yay, Trizen and Pikaur are the most commonly used AUR helpers. They can be manually installed from the Arch User Repository by using the same method mentioned above.
yay -S onlyoffice-bin
trizen -S onlyoffice-bin
pikaur -S onlyoffice-bin
Upon the installation, you can run Desktop Editors by using the terminal command:
Go to the Application menu to launch the editors from the graphical interface.