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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...
Format the partitionsWe have sliced our harddisk into 3 pieces but we did not format the root partition yet.mkfs.btrfs /dev/sda3Mount the file systemsWe need to mount our created partitions into our linux hierarchy. First we need to mount sda3 (root) into /mnt. We...
Most desktops have their own apps/settings to re-arrange your monitors. Tiling Window Managers often do not have it. There are different ways to cope with that. Xrandr and Arandr are great tools to analyze your hardware. Then it is up to you how and where you launch...
In this video we will explain an easy way to uninstall and install all of the leftwm themes. Use our scripts or do it manually. Learn the code via terminal and/or use our aliases.