Learning phases 2, 3 and 5
You have downloaded the ArcoLinuxD or the ArcoLinuxB ISO and have installed it either on a virtual machine or on an SSD.
We recommend clicking on “Start here” and work your way down the menu.
Use the search or listing page to look for specific items. Or simply explore the website.
On ArcoLinux.com you will find also more info about Xfce, Openbox and i3. The rest of the desktops are ONLY documented here.
ArcoLinuxD.com provides more information on Xfce, Openbox and i3.
All the other desktops are ONLY documented HERE!
If you want to build your own ArcoLinuxB ISO, then you go to arcolinuxb.com.
Installing Arch Linux or Phase 5 in our learning path can be found HERE.
You can learn how to build a distro from scratch via the Carli on ArcoLinuxIso.com.
It takes 20 minutes to install Arch Linux.This video will give you an overview of all the necessary steps to take. We install version 2 of Fvwm coming from Arch Linux repositories.ArcoLinux uses version 3 of Fvwm coming from AUR. We follow the guide of this page and...
Install the desktop using CalamaresInstall the desktop using our scriptsInstall the desktop using ArcoLinuxBInstall the desktop using ArcoLinux tweak toolOPTION 1 : Installing the desktop with CalamaresSelect during installation what display manager and what desktop...
The end of the Plasma challenge. This SSD will be repurposed for the ALCI project. We kept rolling for two years and 4 months.
It helps to see your operating system as layers upon layers.We have 4 Phases to install Arch Linux. Phase 1 : Arch Wiki page until first reboot Phase 2 : Making personal account Phase 3 : Getting graphical Phase 4 : Install any desktop you would likeWe will mainly...
Solution : install thunar Dolphin is under constant development and their software engineers have a vision how a file manager should work. At some point in time they decided that security wise it is not opportune to open up a file manager -- dolphin as root. The...
I remember the following elements when reading this page. Arch Linux is a Do-It-Yourself distro a graphical installer is probably not going to be created you need 64 bits hardware it is a rolling release it follows the standard hierarchy standard for the file system...