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Win2-7 Pack

   6.8.3 Multilang  

GNOME Icon Theme

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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  585802
Submitted:  Oct 6 2009
Updated:  Jul 19 2014

Description:

==== THE WIN2-7 PACK IS NOT UNDER DEVELOPMENT ====


Thank you for visiting the Official homepage of the Win2-7 pack!

=== Intro: ===
Even from its start in late 2009 as an Gnome Icon pack, the Win2-7 Packs goal has not changed...To be the most comprehensive, easily installable, customizable and most user friendly Windows 7 Transformation Pack on earth for the Gnome Desktop! :D We are amazed at how close we have come! Feel free to download and install it, make sure to vote if you like it and comment if you have anything to say and even donate a few bucks! But be sure to read the FAQ first before you install. We have put in hours and hours to make the Win2-7 pack do a very careful and safe installation and uninstallation, but none the less, use at your own risk and make a backup just as you would during any major update. Anyone involved in the Win2-7 Pack Team is not liable for any dataloss or damage that is the direct or indirect result of the Win2-7 Pack.

=== Quick FAQ: ===
Q: How do I install? A: Run GUIInstall.sh.
Q: How do I uninstall? A: Run GUIUninstall.sh.
Q: What languages are there? A: English , Danish and Croatian.
Q: Is it compatible with my system? A: Check the "Compatibility Chart" under Links.
Q: How can I extract it? A. Use "Extract Here" from the context menu or run "cat Win2-7Pack*.tar.lzma | lzma -d | tar x" at a terminal.
Q: When extracting I get: "This does not look like a tar archive"? A: Remove ".tar" from the end of the filename.
Q: I want to help translate? A: Send Dart00 a Private Message with your language and personal e-mail and experience.
Q: My Panel Menu does not look like the one in the Screenshot? A: Gnomenu must be installed (using Win2-7 Essentials or some other way) and added to the panel manually.
Q: It looks like it installed correctly but does not have any of the Microsoft logos, icons, sounds, cursor...etc. A: You did not install the Win2-7 Restricted Extras in the Win2-7 Essentials options.


=== Links: ===
Compatibility Chart:http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/149/pantallazohx.png
=== Instructional Videos: ===
Win2-7 Murrine Aero Videos: Blur and Reflection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6eRm_7jY04
Win2-7 Murrine Aero Videos: Features - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0WHejUIpI0

=== Credit: ===
The Microsoft Windows and Office Logos are a Copyright and Trademark of Microsoft. Credit goes to the hard working Win2-7 Development Team, its Contributors, Content Creators, Translators and Microsoft. Some code has been taken and modified from the "Ubuntu Start Script". All Linux Distribution Logos and/or branding are subject to copyright by their respective copyright and/or trademark holders
=== License: ===
The Pack is Licensed under GPL. It does include proprietary graphics from Microsoft but those are installed only if you select "Win2-7 Restricted Extras" which would make the Win2-7 Pack Proprietary and they are not selected by default. As long as that option is not checked the Win2-7 Pack is GPL.

=== Donate: ===
Microsoft Windows 7: $199.99 USD - $319.99 USD
Win2-7 Pack: FREE! USD (PayPal Donations Welcome - See Below)

Jesus - Lead Manager:
Click On "Donate" Link Beside The Download Link

Dart00 - Upstream Programmer:
Globemaster22000@yahoo.com (PayPal)




Changelog:

6.8.3 (11/08/2011)
- Fixed: A minor security flaw with the sudoers file.

Note: It is recommended that all users install this update.

6.8.2 (10/10/2011)
- Fixed: GUIUinistall.sh.sh now works properly

6.8.1 (9/25/2011)
- Fixed: Incorrect error message for Unity.
- Fixed: A small GPG error
- Fixed: French support now works properly




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 Bug report

 
 by saaz on: Nov 10 2010
 
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I'm eagerly waiting for 6.1 version with bug fixes, especially the one which causes white font for Places, System Menu.

Another bug report while using Evolution. The white fonts makes it difficult to read.
http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/8925/screenshotxzi.png

Distro Ubuntu 10.10

And thanks for incorporating the additional icons in Ubuntu Software Software.


Regards,
Saaz

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 Re: Bug report

 
 by XxAndoxX on: Nov 10 2010
 
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Same problem HERE¡¡


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 Re: Re: Bug report

 
 by juandejesuss on: Nov 10 2010
 
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ok guys don't worry I'm here lol

first of all thank you for reporting that nasty bug, I personally don't use Evolution hehe but there's always a first time... the bug is already fixed, I'm gonna send the update to dart00 with a couple of improves for uploading

if you wanna fix it in the meantime by yourselves:

go to gtkrc file of the theme you want to fix (this issue is present on Win2-7, Win2-7Original and all murrine themes)

look for this line
widget_class "*Mail*" style "panelbg"
and add a # before the line to comment it, save it and refresh the theme

Don't forget to comment, and vote up guys


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 Re: Re: Bug report

 
 by juandejesuss on: Nov 10 2010
 
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ok guys don't worry I'm here lol

first of all thank you for reporting that nasty bug, I personally don't use Evolution hehe but there's always a first time... the bug is already fixed, I'm gonna send the update to dart00 with a couple of improves for uploading

if you wanna fix it in the meantime by yourselves:

go to gtkrc file of the theme you want to fix (this issue is present on Win2-7, Win2-7Original and all murrine themes)

look for this line
widget_class "*Mail*" style "panelbg"
and add a # before the line to comment it, save it and refresh the theme

Don't forget to comment, and vote up guys


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 Error al descomprimir

 
 by tutingo on: Nov 13 2010
 
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Tengo este error al descomprimir el pack


tar: This does not look like a tar archive
tar: Skipping to next header
tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors


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 msstyle to linux themes

 
 by TheWiseDj on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Hi there, I suggest you a new feature for your theme pack, a windows to linux theme converter.

The steps are very easy, you need 7zip installed:

1) rename THEME.msstyle into THEME.7z
2) extract

Then you can read the infos in the main file and use the background images as you wish.

;)


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 Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 11 2010
 
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While I like the pack and it's ease of use - or appearance of that - I don't like the way it's become inaccessible for anyone not using an APT or RPM system.
The older install scripts could at least put the files in the right place and explain what needed to be done to apply it. Maybe those of us on Arch, Gentoo, Slackware and the like don't always need that, but some of us prefer it to be there.
I guess support for them would be too much to ask without someone willing to donate the time to it though, so I look forward to it being made Arch-compatible, at least.


"What is the square root of a tomato?"
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 Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Thanks for your intrest in the pack.

AFAIK, the script does copy everything into where it needs to go and backs up any files it overwrites. Turbo mode just starts copying away after a few clicks.

Also as far as Distro support, that information can be found here: http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/6061/compatibility.png. Mandriva will have support in 6.2 hopefully. Other distros that are not on that list is mainly because of the default Window Manager, the bulk of these resources are designed for Gnome, We may design a KDE version down the road for those distros but it may be a while....


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Re: Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Perhaps the script does copy them to the right place - but every time I've tried to execute it within Gnome on Arch, it fails. The 'download latest builds' quits at trying to test the internet connection (yes, I have checked it manually), and the Multilang Aero just tells me it's not an APT or RPM system.
I suppose if I wasn't the impatient kind, I could just take the bits of the script I need.

As to 'default window manager' - does that actually matter? With the exception of Slackware and a few others, almost every distro has Gnome available somehow. If it's available, surely that means it can be installed all the same, no?


"What is the square root of a tomato?"
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 Re: Re: Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 11 2010
 
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U make some good points. Also thanks for telling me the error u were getting.

As the pack progressed, we made more and more enhancements that were gnome and apt and yum specific. Because of this, we found out the script would trash any system that was not useing those. Instead of doing workarounds to avoid those features, I put in failsafes to stop the installation on "non-supported" distros such as Arch. If u got past that error, ud be hit by 3 or 4 more! This is to keep u from ******* up ur system. :)

I decided not to do the workarounds because, say if u installed the pack on kde, the script could not use its gconf values to make the panel look like the Start Bar and the pack would look incomplete.

As for the error ur getting, the script does a check for apt or yum. If it cant find those it quits.. This is because it uses apt-get or yum to download the win2-7 essentials as other required packages.

The downloader script may be failing because u dont have wget installed...?

As for not supporting Gnome with unsupported distros, is because I have been unable to get a working gnome configuration in those distros in VirtualBox so i cant work out any wrinkles they may have. :(

Hope any of that helps.


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 11 2010
 
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It could be VirtualBox that is the problem - personal experience suggests that too many things are different between a Virtual PC and a real setup that get in the way.

I think I'll have a wander through the script and see if I can write up a version which will work with Arch's Pacman, if you (or other developers) don't mind. I'd like to see this working on a few more distros.


"What is the square root of a tomato?"
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Sure, the more distros the better!

Ull need to do a search for all the "apt-get" commands and come up with equivalents for pacman and then see if they work.

If u hav a IM u could pm me it and we could talk more about some of the things that Win2-7 needs for support and see if arch can do it. :D


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 11 2010
 
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At the moment I'm away from home and on an untrusted and unreliable connection, so I don't have much available to me right now.
I'll work on this for a bit, and see what I can come up with. Is there a place for the development of this that I might call on for any other referances, etc?


"What is the square root of a tomato?"

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Non APT/RPM systems

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Oh, ok.

No, Me and Jesus are the only developers, he does the art while i do the code. We have had help from translators and tid bits of code and suggestions fro the community.

Later ill post a list of commands arch would need to process for "Full" support.


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
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 6.1 Release...

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Hey guys! Sry for the long wait, Jesus has ben really busy with life and drama and iv been struggling with a math class that has about 4 weeks left. Its a short changelog, but we tried out best.

We were able to fix all the bugs that were brought to our attention, and this update contains updated gnomenu stuff as well as new icons and updated gtk-themes. Were very happy with it.

6.2 is going to have a few more gnome distros supported as well as a finished translation system. also a few small bug fixes were trying to get too.

Were thinking 6.2 may be the last version of Win2-7, besides distro updates maybe, unless anyone has any more ideas for suggestions or bugs.

Its almost time to move to Win2-XP if Jesus is upto it. :)


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Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
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 Total Aero!

 
 by ehabreda on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Why total aero is not supported in Debian Testing?


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 Re: Total Aero!

 
 by ehabreda on: Nov 11 2010
 
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I mean GTK true aero


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 Re: Re: Total Aero!

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 14 2010
 
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Could post the link to newest Debian testing? I cant find it?


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 Re: Re: Re: Total Aero!

 
 by ehabreda on: Nov 14 2010
 
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You can pick the latest weekly release from here:

http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/weekly-builds/


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 Re: Total Aero!

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 11 2010
 
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Cause Debian Testing is not on the compatability chart which means its not supported.

But ill look into support....good idea.


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
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 A red version?

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 16 2010
 
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On a completely unrelated note to my attempts to port this to Arch...

Is there any chance of a Murrine-AeroRed varient to go with the Blue/Black/Pink ones? I have a Gnomenu entry for a red menu, and I've recoloured (badly) the blue panel to red, but I can't seem to figure out how exactly to turn any of the other Win2-7-Murrine-Aero GTK themes red. Changing the colours from Gnome Appearance Properties doesn't seem to work.


"What is the square root of a tomato?"
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 Re: A red version?

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Ill ask Jesus next time i see him online and see what he says.

Have u made any progress geting all the apt-get commands converted over to packman?


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
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 Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 17 2010
 
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I'm working on it, but it'd be helpful if the script had a few comments explaining what some of it does. I admit to being slightly lacking in knowledge when it comes to working with them.
So far I've managed to get a handful of checks to work for pacman, but I'm thinking of switching it over to the AUR-compatible 'yaourt' instead, since the git version of murrine is probably preferable to the one in [community] repository.


"What is the square root of a tomato?"
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 Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Ya, sry about that...Im not the best when it comes to comments on any of my code. :p

As for murrine, we load it from a modfied deb from the community repository stored in /Files/debs.

For Full support, packman will need to install the following packages successfully. If any repositorys are added, they keys to them must be provided as txt files.

1) aptitude (Required for Elementary Nautilus)
2) gvfs-bin (Required for ~/Desktop icon change
3) xdg-user-dirs-update (Required for downloading updates)
4) plymouth (Optional bootup screen)
5) wget (Required doing update checks)
6) Gnomenu (Program)
7) ccsm
8) DockbarX
9) Emerald
10) Emesene
11) Fusion Icon
12) Screenlets
13) Wine
14) Elementry Destkop

I will need the commands to install those programs for full support. If any repositorys will need to be added, ill need the code to add them and import there keys offline stored in txt files. As for Murrine, ill need the command to install it offline as a deb. I also need a command to pipe all installed packages to a file.

Hows this for starters?


U.E.L.G Member: http://gnome-look.org/groups/?id=404
Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
Win2-7 Pack:http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Win2-7+Pack?content=113264

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Aptitude and .debs could be a problem - they both depend on APT, and while it is available it's not exactly a good idea to run two different package managers.

Nautilus Elementary is available for Arch w.o Aptitude though, via the AUR.
The following command *should* install all the packages except for Wine, provided the user has yaourt installed... which in turn must be installed from AUR or the [archlinuxfr] repository. A few of the packages names are slightly different, as Arch doesn't separate '-bin' '-devel' and similar packages, they all exist as the same package.
'yaourt -S gvfs xdg-user-dirs plymouth wget gnomenu ccsm dockbarx emerald emesene fusion-icon screenlets wine nautilus-elementary-bzr'
Of those, plymouth, gnomenu, dockbarx (or dockbarx-bzr) and nautilus-elementary-bzr are the only packages that must be built from the AUR.

Local install of a package in arch is simply 'pacman -U packagename.pkg.tar.zx'
as yaourt is a frontend to pacman, 'yaourt -U also works.
In theory, it should be possible to repackage a .deb into an Arch package - possibly through the 'alien' package in Debian/Ubuntu, I don't know if it supports Arch's native. If not, Arch's pkgextract (from AUR) is meant for extracting both debs and rpms.

As to piping the packages to a file... in theory, unless the user has manually changed any of the packages (like substituting 'gtk-engine-murrine-git' with it's non-git counterpart, the same command used to install them should work to remove them, if you change '-S' to '-R'

hopefully that helps.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Correction: A local install is 'pacman -U /path/to/package/package.pkg.tar.xz'
(or yaourt -U ...)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Ok thanks that helps a lot.

What i meant was I need a command to bring up a list of all "Packages" installed on the system so i know what packages to install.

also I need to know if arch supports the following commands:

cat
tput
echo
unset
date
head
tail
whoami
zenity
grep
read
tee
gconftool-2
rm
sudo
ps
cat
uptime
awk
touch
sort
uniq
break
source
cp

I think that is the full command list the Pack uses off the top of my head...


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Turbo-Secure: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=133380
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 17 2010
 
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To list all currently installed pacakges:
'pacman -Q'
Running 'yaourt -Q' instead will also list which repository it is from which probably isn't necessary, so I suggest always running it with pacman instead.
For reference the exact format of the output is like this:
zenity 2.32.0-1
zip 3.0-1.1

All the commands listed will be available in a normal Gnome session - or at least they are in mine. In theory, they should all be there.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by Dart00 on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Ok...getting a lil closer....

If arch can install Elemtentry Desktop without aptitude then thats great. :)

What commands would download wine from the AUR repository?

Could you descripbe more what you mean by "Of those, plymouth, gnomenu, dockbarx (or dockbarx-bzr) and nautilus-elementary-bzr are the only packages that must be built from the AUR."

does yaourt come with Arch? If not, whats the command to install it?

maybe we could download the Arch version of murrine and edit that package, could you provide the 32bit and 64bit copys of Arch's Murrine?

I just need a command that will "list" all the packages in a file so I can do searches to see what packages are installed and what isnt so the script knows what to install.

Also does Arch include gpg pre installed?

Also what does this command result in:

head -n 1 /etc/issue | tail -n 1


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A red version?

 
 by TheStarLion on: Nov 17 2010
 
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Wine doesn't need the AUR, it's avaiable through the pacman-accessible [community] repository, which is enabled by default:
'pacman -S wine'

Those packages that need the AUR aren't available as normal packages - unlike Ubuntu with it's PPAs, the AUR provides a PKGBUILD file, which is then parsed by 'makepkg' to create the package.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/AUR should help explain those.

Yaourt is not installed by default, no, but it can be installed.
If the file /etc/pacman.conf includes the lines:
[archlinuxfr]
Server = http://repo.archlinux.fr/i686
(or .../x86_64 for 64-bit)
Then 'pacman -S yaourt' will work.
If those lines don't exist, then they need to be added to the end of the file.

Murrine's engine packages:
32-bit: http://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/i686/gtk-engine-murrine/
64-bit: http://www.archlinux.org/packages/community/x86_64/gtk-engine-murrine/
And the AUR package can be built on both 32 and 64 bit systems, found here: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=25649

To list all files provided by a package, it has to be installed first. The command is:
'pacman -Ql package'
Again, yaourt can be used in place of pacman.

Arch doesn't exactly install anything except the base system by default, so I don't believe GPG is instaled, but can be installed with:
'pacman -S gpgme'

The command listed doesn't return anything with '-n 1' in place. However, changing it to '-n 2' results in:
Arch Linux \r (\n) (\l)
with a blank line before it.


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