Over time you will change your AUR helper.
During this ArcoLinux project we have seen packer go.
Yaourt seems to go the same way. We will no longer install Yaourt at this stage of the installation process.
Your AUR helper will change over time. Stay tuned and check from time to time this webpage:
ArcoLinux is using Yay and Trizen as Aur helpers. (October 2018)
Two Aur helpers: if one fails, the other is there as fall-back.
We suggest you install the AUR helper once you are in a graphical environment.
I agree that we can do this later as well. It is just a matter of timing. Multilib repositories include applications such as wine and steam. If you do not intend to install them you can skip it.
Edit the pacman.conf to include the multilib repositories. Just delete the hashtag in front of the two lines. We changed some of the settings on top as well. They are interesting but not essential.
[multilib] include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist
Check out our ArcoLinux pacman.conf if you want to have the same settings.
If you update the system after the changes, you will see an extra line for multilib.
Then we will install our personal account. At this point you choose your personal login name.
We need to install our personal account “erik” with this command (more information on this page)
useradd -m -g users -G audio,video,network,wheel,storage,rfkill -s /bin/bash erik
Then we are making a password for this account.
We need “erik” to be able to do administrative tasks or “sudo … ” tasks. We need to delete a hashtag in a specific file. The sudo package can be installed separately or via the base-devel group package. This will provide visudo.
Type the following command
Look for this line of code and delete the hashtag in front of it.
%wheel ALL=(ALL) ALL
Then we logout with
I will login with erik and its password.
Internet is activated thanks to networkmanager. We try it out with sudo pacman -Syu.
sudo pacman -Syu