So I recently switched from Mint to Manjaro in order to get both my Intel and Nvidia graphic cards working in tandem and, so far, it's been working wonders. However, I was a big user of the Nextcloud client as an open source alternative to services like Dropbox.
On Mint, I just downloaded the appimage and it worked out of the box. On Manjaro, the appimage won't open (Stating that there are some xcb stuff that I don't have installed, except I do) unless you use the following command (that I found on a github thread)
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib QT_QPA_PLATFORM_PLUGIN_PATH=/usr/lib/qt/plugins/platforms ./Nextcloud-2.3.3-x86_64.AppImage
and even then, when I set up everything and the actual syncing process starts, every single download gets cancelled for no apparent reason.
I tried downloading the nextcloud client from the repos of manjaro but it wouldn't even create an icon on the menu for me to open it. I wound up finding a client on the Arch User Repo through the command yaourt but the installation crashed every time I tried, stating that it couldn't edit a directory (I tried using sudo but they don't let you use it because it could ruin your distro)
Please help, I have no previous experience with Arch at all, thanks!