aliasbody wrote:headkase wrote:Your other thread which was closed for deletion:https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=150020Differs from this thread in a meaningful way? As in, you are really using a Arch host instead of a Parabola one?I have the 2 OS installed on different machines (because of the lack of drivers on the linux-libre version of the kernel for my second computer), and I ha
cyberius wrote:I have the ASUS Zenbook Prime UX31A and the backlight function keys do not work out-of-the-box. There are some workarounds as stated in thr arch wiki, but in the Ubuntu Wiki I readHave you tried the "acpi_osi=" parm in /etc/default/grub ? cyberius wrote:I would like to try it out, so what is the best way to upgrade the kernel?
brontosaurusrex wrote:Icons;I use a little black mod of AwOken like forever now;http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=23308Windows;RMB , then "settings/openbox/GUI config tool"Thanks. Those icons are nice, but not exactly what I'm looking for. I have a dark tint menu, and black icons on that don't work.
nomorewindows wrote:Lennie wrote:The idea was that you use Xubuntu to restore Arch, and then from Arch you can delete Xubuntu and, if needed make a bigger partition and again rsync Arch over to that partition.
bohoomil wrote:You are going to love the Arch Wiki. I already do As a matter of fact I like the Arch Community and Arch as a whole. I am trying to develop my skills to be able to contribute sometime in the future
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.
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.