Package Details: ezquake 3.2.2-1

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Package Base: ezquake
Description: One of the most Popular QuakeWorld clients for Linux/BSD/OSX/Win32. You need the retail pak files to play.
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Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: ezquake-git, fuhquake
Provides: fuhquake, quake
Submitter: Slash
Maintainer: Slash (sanerb)
Last Packager: Slash
Votes: 32
Popularity: 0.000009
First Submitted: 2006-10-07 02:38
Last Updated: 2020-11-24 23:36

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dbermond commented on 2020-07-08 15:45

Package fails to build in a clean chroot with devtools:

install: invalid group ‘users’

Slash commented on 2020-07-07 23:55

@debermond @sanerb Thanks! I updated the PKGBUILD with the patch and removed the gcc9 stuff.

sanerb commented on 2020-07-06 20:51

@debermond - thank you!

I'll let Slash review and decide if they want to apply it or not.


If you do apply the patch, you should remove gcc9 from the makedepends and remove the CC="gcc-9" from the make line.

dbermond commented on 2020-07-06 20:46

To the maintainers:

I have prepared a patch for gcc10:

sanerb commented on 2020-07-06 16:34

Hey all! The co-maintainer (and maintainer of ezquake-git) here.

As mentioned below in the comments, Arch's default GCC is now GCC 10.x. Unfortunately, the latest stable release of EZQuake does not build on GCC 10.x. The ezquake-git package will, but not this one.

In order to build the stable release, you have to first install the "gcc9" package. It's currently in the [community-testing] repository.

If you'd rather not enable the entire community-testing repository (and for good reason, to be frank), you can install the packages individually. The below URLs use my own Arch mirror, so replace with your preferred mirror (which I recommend unless you're on the East coast of the US, in which case my mirror is ranked pretty high).

mkdir -p /tmp/pkg
cd /tmp/pkg
wget  # probably not needed?
sudo pacman -U gcc9-*.zst

and then you can makepkg this package properly.

@Slash- remember to remove "gcc9" from the makedeps once they have a new stable release, because I probably won't remember. ;)

sanerb commented on 2020-07-06 16:15


Hey, it's the ezquake-git packager here. You can force use of GCC 9.x by adding "gcc9" to the makedepends (it's in community-testing repo currently), and then changing your "make" on line 29 in the PKGBUILD to:

make CC="gcc-9"

and that should do it. Untested, but let me know how it works.

EDIT: confirmed. You have me as co-maintainer so I'm updating and will sticky a notice to install GCC9 from community if they run into dep issues.

Slash commented on 2020-05-30 23:01

Apologies, I usually update my Arch installs bi-weekly, but I skipped a week, so I was still running GCC 9. Now that I am upgraded to GCC 10 I can't build it anymore. Using ezquake-git is probably the best idea right now until someone makes a patch for version 3.2.

trap000d commented on 2020-05-27 11:03

Well, seems build of stable is broken with GCC 10. Developer have fixed it in master branch:

however this patch doesn't working for stable version. I've ended up with yay ezquake-git

ixevix commented on 2020-05-27 05:19

Yeah I'm using an aur helper called yay. Seems even clearing it's cache won't help.

Slash commented on 2020-05-27 01:44

Try removing the old src/ sub directory, perhaps it's trying to link stuff in the directory from the previous ezquake version.

If that doesn't work, are you using an AUR build tool? I can't reproduce the issue with just plain makepkg. I ran the build like this on another computer and it worked:

cd /tmp && wget '' && tar zxvf ezquake.tar.gz && cd ezquake/ && makepkg