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The client seems absent in the repositories in the latest Antergos Linux.

Although here it is said that it is supposed to be accessible via AUR.

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MEGA is now offering a megasync package for ArchLinux. You can download it from: https://mega.nz/#sync. It will also configure their official repo, so that updates will work and you can install nautilus extension.

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The discussion under the AUR page seemed confusing to me but what worked in the end was the Comment by sarri-on, saying that megasync 2.0.0-2 has some problem with the checksums. The solution is:

  • Download only the PKGBUILD file

    yaourt -G megasync
    
  • Install ignoring integrity checksum

    cd /tmp/yaourt-tmp-username/megasync
    

But in my case the path was

~/megasync

So, I opened there a terminal and ran:

makepkg -i --skipinteg PKGBUILD

Which got me this:

==> Missing dependencies:  
-> c-ares  
-> crypto++

So:

sudo pacman c-ares

and

sudo pacman -S crypto++

And then again:

makepkg -i --skipinteg PKGBUILD
  • makepkg can install dependencies itself, just pass it the -s or --syncdeps argument. Your first pacman command doesn't look right, either, it's missing the -S or --sync operation and both pacman commands should also have the --asdep flag. – Wieland May 5 '15 at 7:40

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