A Pacman frontend with more features and AUR support
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NAME

yaourt - more than a frontend to pacman

SYNOPSIS

Usage:

  yaourt <operation> [options] [packages]

  yaourt <search pattern|package file>

DESCRIPTION

Yaourt is a pacman frontend with a lot of features.

AUR/ABS support, colorized output, interactive search/install, save/restore Alpm database, orphans detection, manage .pac* files, ...

OPERATIONS

Since the majority of those options are same as pacman's ones (https://www.archlinux.org/pacman/pacman.8.html), this manual page will focus on the specific ones.

-B, --backup

Backup or restore alpm local database.

-C

Manage .pac* files.

-G, --getpkgbuild <package>

Get PKGBUILD for ABS or AUR.

-P, --pkgbuild <directory>

Build package from PKGBUILD found in a local directory. Also install the package with -i.

-Q, --query

Query local database + Can sort packages by installation date, possibility to delete orphans.

-R, --remove

Remove package(s) from the system.

-U, --upgrade

Upgrade or add package(s) to the system.

-S, --sync

Synchronize packages + AUR support, building from sources.

--stats

Show some statistics about your packages.

-V, --version

Display version and exit.

-h, --help

Display a short help.

OPTIONS

--color

Force color.

--export <dir>

Export built packages and their sources to <dir>.

--force

Force installation or updates.

--insecure

Allow curl & package-query to perform "insecure" SSL connections

--nocolor

Disable color.

--noconfirm

Don't ask for confirmation.

--confirm

Always ask for confirmation, even when the configuration says otherwise.

--edit

Always edit files, even when the configuration says otherwise.

--pager

Use $PAGER to show search results.

--tmp <dir>

Use <dir> as temporary folder. default to '/tmp'

MORE

See man yaourt

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