Howdy,I hail from Canada. I started using Linux about two years ago. Like a lot of newbies, I got going with Ubuntu. About a year ago I switched to Arch, and haven't looked back. I love the simplicity and customizability - the Arch Way! Arch appeals to my drive to tinker.After a year of using Arch, this is the first time I've posted to the forums.
Howdy all,I have been quite busy the last year or so and took a break from Arch Linux, but with Borderlands 2 gaining GNU/Linux support (and SteamOS) a day or two ago I immediately installed SteamOS to give it a try.While it is certainly a bit buggy, I do enjoy how tightly integrated Steam and relevant compatibilities are currently setup.
Dear Arch users,I'm wondering how to add the boot entry for Windows that exists in other ESP into my Linux boot manager (gummiboot)? I installed Arch Linux in my laptop that has pre-installed Windows 8.
I've had trouble installing Arch too. I finally got it to work in VirtualBox after way too many hours, but havn't decided to commit to HD yet. The Arch philosophy is a great comlement to the Linux landscape, but I love the look and feel of #! so much I wouldn't be above making the blatant assertion that you will love it too.For My Information..?
Hi guys,I'm new to Arch Linux. Okay I'll be straightforward and tell you I'm using ArchBang. I honestly thought it was just Arch with an easier install and OpenBox but Arch users have said otherwise. I've been loving using ArchBang. I love Pacman and the AUR and all the other things that go with Arch but I want to use pure Arch.
About:Hey everybody! I've had my Photon for almost a year now, and absolutely love it. However, I have flashed the poor little thing to death, never quite happy with any particular ROMs. I've been using Arch Linux on my computer for a while now, and it's quickly become my favorite Linux distro.
Today, October 1, 2013, the Arch Linux developers unveiled the monthly ISO image of their powerful and popular operating system, Arch Linux 2013.10.01.
Just like any other Arch Linux release, the Arch Linux 2013.10.01 ISO image contains a new kernel, new/updated packages, as well as numerous improvements and bugfixes, ready for those who want to install Arch Linux on new computers.
What's happening here? I fear that we are experiencing a large noob base trying to use arch, despite the standard statement that arch linux is for competent linux users. I applaud anyone trying to learn, but arch is not the first distro to choose to learn linux. As I've said before, you have ot learn to walk before you can run.