I found the wuala package in ccr but its giving an error because the hashsums have not been updated, so I’m going to describe my troubleshooting process on this, as I use wuala on arch linux as well.
I’m assuming at this stage that there is little difference to how Chakra Project and Arch Linux do their package builds. It should simply be a process of grabbing Arch’s AUR package build and using it in Chakra. *fingers crossed*
Now the instructions for compiling a PKGBUILD are here:
Make sure to have the pre-requisites
sudo pacman -S base-devel
Create a directory to build the package in:
Enter the above directory:
Download the Tarball from Arch Linux AUR:
Extract the tarball:
tar -xf wuala.tar.gz
Enter the extracted folder:
Then make the package:
This will create the package which you can then install with pacman:
sudo pacman -U wuala-2-20110707-any.pkg.tar.xz
…and wuala! Wuala is installed. 🙂
I hope I got all the instructions right. I’m pretty happy with the similarities between Arch and Chakra now. I hope they don’t get too far apart. At the moment the number of packages available for Chakra is not as good as in Arch linux. Apparently they have less package maintainers too. I think this might be a chance for me to get involved in package maintenance.
I checked the preferences afterwards and it seems the fuse module is already running. All that I would need to do was set up relevant port forwarding rules if I wanted a good connection.