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Need to know about scripts

Need to know about scripts

When you install software on your computer, you type in the terminal sudo pacman -S ... sudo yay -S ... When you write these commands in a file and make it executable, you get a script. Scripts are there to assist us when we re-install ArcoLinuxD or Arch Linux. They...

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Use pastebinit to put log files online via the terminal

Use pastebinit to put log files online via the terminal

Starting from a question on DiscordHow do I send information from a live-dvd like ArcoLinuxD to the internet without browser?The answer is install sudo pacman -S pastebinitTo know any application in linux you type two thingsman pastebinitpastebinit --help or -hThis...

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16 How to install virtualbox on Deepin – any desktop

16 How to install virtualbox on Deepin – any desktop

Installing virtual box on your Arch Linux or ArcoLinux computer should start with a visit to the Arch wiki and Nemesis scripts. The Arch Wiki gives you an abundance of knowledge. Follow this url and start reading : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/VirtualBox You...

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Use peek to show us what goes wrong on your system

Use peek to show us what goes wrong on your system

If you want to explain something in order to get help there is this application peek. It will generate an animated gif you can then upload to imgur and put the link in the forum. Working in this manner we can see what is going on on your end....

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Use imgur to share pictures with us on our forum

Use imgur to share pictures with us on our forum

To give you support with ArcoLinux you can take pictures of your system and upload them to imgur.com. If the image is too big, you can make it a bit smaller or you can give us a link to the original image or you can choose a smaller size in imgur. See picture....

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Use asciinema to show what goes on in your terminal

Use asciinema to show what goes on in your terminal

In order to give you better support we need to know what is going on your terminal. This will be great if you are on ArcoLinuxD. Then we do not have a graphical interface. Asciinema is going to record what is happening in your terminal. asciinema rec Type exit to stop...

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6 Changing the logo of Neofetch – any desktop

6 Changing the logo of Neofetch – any desktop

Check the manual of any application. In this case man neofetch We need to tell neofetch to use the option - -source to load another image or logo. We get our ArcoLinux logo's with the package from the conky's : arcolinux-conky-collection-git. It is installed in...

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How to get the latest updates in from github any desktop

How to get the latest updates in from github any desktop

The scripts on https://github.com/arcolinuxd are constantly improving. When we use ArcoLinuxD we will install a base Arch Linux and then it is up to us to decide what desktop environment you would like Xfce, Openbox, i3wm, Budgie ,... and so many others. Getting the...

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13 – installing the aureola conky’s on any desktop

13 – installing the aureola conky’s on any desktop

Conky is a free software system monitor. It is available for Linux. Conky is highly configurable and is able to monitor many system variables including the status of the CPU, memory, swap space, disk storage, temperatures, processes, network interfaces, battery power,...

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8 – Installing software via the terminal any desktop

8 – Installing software via the terminal any desktop

Installing software can be done via gui (graphical user interface) like pamac and gnome-software explained here. But it can be done via terminal as well. Our Arch fun starts on the AUR or Arch User Repository. Check out what other people find great. Votes...

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