I'm debugging a closed-source software installer that seems to have some pre-conceived notions about my distribution. The installation aborts after not finding
apt-get. The command it attempts to run is:
apt-get -y -q install linux-headers-3.7.5-1-ARCH
I suppose the "package name" comes from
/usr/src, where the sole entry is
linux-3.7.5-1-ARCH. Does anyone have any educated guess as to which package I should install with pacman?
The headers are probably going to be used to compile drivers for custom hardware.
Here is some relevant text from the install log:
NOTE: Linux drivers must be built against the kernel sources for the kernel that your Linux OS is currently running. This script automates this task for you.
NOTE: You must have the Linux OS kernel header source files installed. If you plan on running the Jungo Debug Monitor, then you may also need to install "compat-libstdc++" and "libpng3".
Your Linux is currently running the following kernel version: