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Title       : 	Arch Linux AUR PKGBUILD generate new checksums
Author      : 	Remy van Elst
Date        : 	29-12-2014
URL         : 	https://raymii.org/s/snippets/Arch_Linux_AUR_PKGBUILD_generate_new_checksums.html
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The AUR is a nice feature from Arch Linux, it allows anyone to create and upload
a simple package build script, PKGBUILD, for a piece of software which is not in
the repositories. Sometimes however, the PKGBUILD is outdated. You then need to
manually fix it, by changing the download link or version. With a new version
you get new checksums, and the `makepkg` command has a neat feature which
generates the checksums for you.

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After you have updated your `PKGBUILD` you can get new checksums with the
following command:

    makepkg -g -f -p PKGBUILD

Where `PKGBUILD` is the actual PKGBUILD file with incorrect md5sums.

Output, for `newrelic-php5` in this example:

    ==> Retrieving sources...
      -> Found newrelic-php5-
      -> Found newrelic-daemon.service
      -> Found .install
    ==> Generating checksums for source files...

Update the `PKGBUILD` file with the new checksums and you are ready to try a new

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