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Changing root is commonly done for performing system maintenance on systems where booting and/or logging in is no longer possible. Common examples are: Reinstalling the bootloader. Rebuilding the initramfs image. Upgrading or downgrading packages. Resetting a...
All in one Arch Linux installation Uefi, Ext4, Systemd-boot, Sddm and Xfce4 – ArcoLinux Spices Application
In this all-in-one video we will put the emphasis on the boot procedure. You can choose many ways to boot your Arch Linux system. Read about them on the Arch wiki. We choose systemd-boot to boot up our system. We create three files or ways to boot up: default fallback...
Instead of booting up with grub or Refind we can use systemd-boot. https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Systemd-bootWe will however mount our /dev/sda1 into /boot and not /boot/efi.That is the only difference with the tutorial.At the beginning we should have mounted...
Do not forget to install btrfs-progs if you choose the btrfs system format. The video will use the UEFI guide of this website and guide you through every step of the way. We follow the guide to install BTRFS.FIrst we install Arch Linux like we would always do but now...
rEFIndYou can choose to install rEFInd instead of Grub. Tested on EXT4.pacman -S refind refind-installNow we need to edit the /boot/refind_linux.conf and make it a writable partition.Further study on my part is necessary.The refind.conf file contains lots of...