Do you know if the package author published their package using the
publish-for-arch option? If not have them try that first.
Builds an already-published package for a new platform.
Usage: meteor publish-for-arch packageName@version
When you publish a package with ‘meteor publish’ for a package which has
platform-specific components (eg, npm modules with native code), the package
will only be usable on machines of the same architecture that you are currently
on. To make your package’s version usable on other architectures, you can use
the publish-for-arch command. (The architectures currently supported by Meteor
are 32-bit Linux, 64-bit Linux, and 64-bit OS X; the ‘meteor deploy’ servers use
On a machine of the appropriate architecture, install Meteor and run
$ meteor publish-for-arch packageName@version
You don’t need to have a copy of your package’s source to do this: Meteor will
automatically download your package’s source and dependencies from the package