Hello and welcome to Chakra! To answer no4, no you don't need to overwrite anything with new versions. Chakra is a (half) rolling distribution, so a "sudo pacman -Syu" will always keep you updated with the latest packages.
Hi,I bought whole new PC (with UEFI), and I got some problems with my previous installation of Chakra (didn't boot anymore), so I decided to back up all my stuff and do a clean & new install on my 1TB HDD (that I kept).I deleted all the old partitions, created a GPT partition table the ways the wiki says (http://chakra-linux.org/wiki/index.php/ … tion_Table), using the CLI/ncurses method,
@dorisYou can follow the steps detailed on Chakra's wiki:http://chakra-project.org/wiki/index.ph … eo-DriversPlease ignore the part about Grub Legacy as for later editions Chakra uses Grub 2. Ask if you run into any issue, good luck!
Hello and welcome to Chakra.For starters check the wiki:http://chakra-linux.org/wiki/index.php/ … ur_PrinterYou will probably need to install this package from CCR first:http://chakra-linux.org/ccr/packages.php?ID=1654You can do that with ccr -S brother-mfc210c-cupswrapper
Hello kayman,About the link, this is the correct one: http://chakra-linux.org/wiki/index.php/ … tion_Table, and we should fix this redirect asap. Thnx for reporting.About your rekonq issues, where you able to connect to the internet using any other browser in the live environment?About the updates, no you shouldn't perform them, since everything will be lost after installation.