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Apertium on Arch Linux

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Arch Linux users should follow [[Installation]] if they wish to develop/contribute to Apertium. Users who simply want to use the released translators can install packages from AUR.
 
Arch Linux users should follow [[Installation]] if they wish to develop/contribute to Apertium. Users who simply want to use the released translators can install packages from AUR.
   

Revision as of 11:51, 6 October 2014

En français

Arch Linux users should follow Installation if they wish to develop/contribute to Apertium. Users who simply want to use the released translators can install packages from AUR.


Installing the released packages

These should all be available through AUR. If you have yaourt installed, installing a language pair like Esperanto-English is simply a matter of

yaourt -S apertium-eo-en

This will install both apertium, lttoolbox and apertium-eo-en in the /usr prefix. You can of course use your favourite AUR installation method (manual makepkg or other AUR Helpers).

If you have trouble, follow the instructions on http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AUR#Installing_Packages_from_the_AUR. You'll find a list of language pairs in AUR at http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?K=apertium

Many language pairs are, however, not released and/or not available through AUR. For these, see Installation on how to install from SVN.

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