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Clarify info on Arch/AUR packages v1 PROPOSED

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 Clarify info on Arch/AUR packages

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[PATCH] Clarify info on Arch/AUR packages Export this patch

Packages have been in [Extra] for a while now.
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@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ See the `greetd-ipc(7)` manpage, and look at `agreety` or `gtkgreet` for inspira

## Setting up greetd with agreety

1. Install [greetd](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/greetd). If you are using Arch Linux, you can do this from AUR. Otherwise, follow the build instructions in the README of the project. This includes creating a user and installing the service file.
1. Install [greetd](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/greetd). If you are using Arch Linux, you can do this from the official \[Extra\]-repo](https://archlinux.org/packages/extra/x86_64/greetd) or the [AUR](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/greetd-git) for the latest development version. Otherwise, follow the build instructions in the README of the project. This includes creating a user and installing the service file.

2. Open /etc/greetd/config.toml. The greeter should be set to `agreety --cmd /bin/sh`, which logs you into a normal terminal session. Change this to `agreety --cmd sway` if you want it to start `sway`.

@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ See the `greetd-ipc(7)` manpage, and look at `agreety` or `gtkgreet` for inspira

1. Follow the steps from "Setting up greetd with agreety".

2. Install [gtkgreet](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/gtkgreet). If you are using Arch Linux, you can do this from AUR. Otherwise, follow the build instructions in the README of the project. It is recommended to build gtkgreet with wlr-layer-shell-unstable support.
2. Install [gtkgreet](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/gtkgreet). If you are using Arch Linux, you can do this from the official \[Extra\]-repo](https://archlinux.org/packages/extra/x86_64/greetd-gtkgreet) or the [AUR](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/greetd-gtkgreet-git) for the latest development version. Otherwise, follow the build instructions in the README of the project. It is recommended to build gtkgreet with wlr-layer-shell-unstable support.

3. Install a Wayland compositor, such as `sway` or `cage`. For the full experience, a compositor with wlr-layer-shell-unstable support is required.

@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ Restart greetd and you're good!

[wlgreet](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/wlgreet) only supports wlr-layer-shell-unstable, so it must currently be used with something like `sway`. Follow "Using sway for gtkgreet", with the following changes:

1. Install [wlgreet](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/wlgreet) instead of gtkgreet. If you are using Arch Linux, you can do this from AUR. Otherwise, follow the build instructions in the README of the project.
1. Install [wlgreet](https://git.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/wlgreet) instead of gtkgreet. If you are using Arch Linux, you can do this from [AUR](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/greetd-wlgreet-git). Otherwise, follow the build instructions in the README of the project.

2. Use the following sway config:

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