Whenever possible, install Holo as a package. Package sources are listed below by distribution. (If you are a packager, please contact us if you're working on getting Holo packaged in your distribution.)
Alternatively, install from source by cloning the corresponding Git repos and looking at the
Packages are available from the AUR. If you prefer pre-compiled
packages, you can use our repository (only available for x86_64 at the moment). Add the following to your
[holo] Server = https://repo.holocm.org/archlinux/$arch
The packages are signed with GPG, so you need to import and trust the signing key. The repo contains a keyring package that you can use for this, but make sure to validate the checksum before installing it.
$ wget https://repo.holocm.org/archlinux/x86_64/holo-keyring-20201009.1-1-any.pkg.tar.xz ... $ sha256sum < holo-keyring-20201009.1-1-any.pkg.tar.xz dec378054732fad0109eeff5da3933cefb70eaeb14217f20a33510f3772aea95 - $ sudo pacman -U holo-keyring-20201009.1-1-any.pkg.tar.xz ...
To get a list of all packages in the repo, use:
$ sudo pacman -Syl holo
To give feedback about these packages, please use GitHub Issues.
Parabola includes a Holo package in its [PCR] repository, which is enabled by default:
$ sudo pacman -S holo
To give feedback on this package, use Parabola's bug tracker.
However, Parabola does not include holo-build. Follow the Arch Linux section above to install it.