pvsage wrote:Then again, I can't think of any way in which our community sucksWe accept the Arch sissies far too readily. If it were up to me, there would be a serious yolocaust.
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.
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
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
x33a wrote:Scimmia wrote:The only other problem I can think of would be forgetting about the secondary installation. Arch does not like to be neglected, so if you forgot about it for 6+ months and didn't update it, you may get into a situation where it won't be updatable anymore.+1. Also, maintaining two Arch systems (on the same machine) will be a chore.
mianka wrote:I have installed Arch (in an older incarnation) on this Imac and it worked perfectly.Trying to install it from the new (01/11) install disk went totally wrong.It is an arch only/no OSX.Can someone give me -step by step- the things to do to install Arch (The manual has been of no help at all/other docs seem to be obsolete) on this machine?Thank youHiI understand your question and your
archman-cro wrote:Giselher wrote:archman-cro wrote:Maybe a little offtopic, but what happens when Wayland matures so it's completely secure to use it? Arch abandons X, and all our machines need a big upgrade of most applications?Arch won't abandon X. When that happens you will propably able choose which one you like to use.That'd be neat.
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.