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.
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
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.
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.