anonymous_user wrote:I think Inxsible was asking which Arch ISO you were using. Also what utility are using to put Arch on the usb key? Maybe try a different one.You can and should just use "dd" to put the arch iso on a flashdrive, as it contains both the live system and syslinux.
Hey all,Hope this is the right area to be posting -- my apologizes if its not. Was just wondering if any of you had any experience installing Arch Linux on a tablet? Right now I have Arch running on my Lenovo s400 touch laptop and was very impressed with how nicely Arch interacts with the touch screen.
Okay so after a painful 3 days of fixing / changing / reformatting I have finally got Arch Linux install. Now comes the problem. I had to remove Windows when installing Arch but I still need Windows. How would one go about installing Windows after Arch? I am using refined and (what I think is) grub as my bootloaders. Grub coming in before refined.
Has anyone come across a good, easy to follow manual for how to install Arch Linux?
Ubuntu is my favorite distro and I'm currently using Ubuntu 12.04.1LTS, however I also like to try other systems as well.
illusionist wrote:sbfreak wrote:Well pretty much everyone that tries Arch stays with Arch. thats true , I never tried any other distribution after Arch.Not really. Having learned the Arch lesson, one can better understand the purpose of other solutions and deploy them where necessary.
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.