Learning phases 2, 3 and 5
You have downloaded the ArcoLinux, ArcoLinuxD or ArcoLinuxB iso and have installed it either on a virtual machine or on an SSD. We advise you to start in the menu “Start here” and follow the articles and videos. Then you can use the menus, categories, tags and the search to look for specific items. Or just venture your way in our distro.
You can take a look at all the articles per desktop.
On ArcoLinux.com you will find also more info about Xfce, Openbox and i3. The rest of the desktops are ONLY documented here.
Any desktop articles means they apply to all the desktops.
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 on this website.
You can learn how to build a distro from scratch via the Carli project. ArcoLinuxIso.com will provide you with that knowledge.
How to download, install and use ArcoLinux Spices Tool to install ArcoLinux Packages on any Arch Linux based system
This is the shortest possible video to show what you need to do to get ArcoLinux packages on your Arch Linux based system.
DOWNLOAD ARCOLINUX SPICES TOOL HERE. This video is another example how to install Arch Linux from A till Z. We follow the guide on arcolinuxd.com and install Xfce4.ArcoLinux has developed an ArcoLinux Spices Application. This gui will run the scripts we ran in the...
We start with downloading the latest Arch Linux from archlinux.org with ktorrent.We set up our Virtual Box and go over the settings.We will install this Arch Linux as an UEFI system and make sure you have the right graphics controller. We follow all the steps from...
ArcoLinux uses Lightdm as displaymanager or loginmanager on all its desktops. Changing to Sddm on Plasma is super easy starting from ArcoLinux 20.2. It takes only a few seconds since Sddm is already installed just not activated yet. Type this in your terminal and...
In this video you learn that changing the settings of the current menu is possible. Plasma already supports 3 menus out of the box. If that is not enough then we can get more menus from the internet. It is all fun and games and it just works.
You can install elements from the KDE store with a tool called ocs-url. You can also install them via your system settings and download them from there. I do like the idea going over the KDE store and then choose the things I like after seeing some images in their...