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sudo eopkg bi --ignore-safety https://raw.githubusercontent.com/solus-project/3rd-party/master/network/web/browser/google-chrome-stable/pspec.xml && sudo eopkg it google-chrome-*.eopkg && sudo rm google-chrome-*.eopkg
Curious. Where did you read about pisi in the first place? eopkg is a fork of pisi. It has been heavily modified since that point and is no longer compatible with it. The binary hasn't been renamed yet so you can still run it as pisi. The eopkg file is just a symlink that points at the binary. The official OS guide and wiki page make no effort to advertise this so I'm wondering...Dreamer wrote:Also, I read eopkg is another way to access repo's? Bit confusing. Thank you.