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.
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...
Another example how to install Arch Linux from A till Z. This time I use a different formatting system: btrfs. fat32, swap and root as partitons Later we install budgie and gnome (for more support). The Arch Linux iso of 07/2020 is a special edition. Many things have...
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30 How to install Arch Linux with BIOS, installing Deepin and installing arcolinux-spices application
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 Deepin.ArcoLinux has developed an ArcoLinux Spices Application. This gui will run the scripts we ran in the...
Check if you have qt5ct installed in Plasma or Deepin. That application will overrule your designated theme and icon changer. sudo pacman -R qt5ct
We install Arch Linux on VirualBox with UEFI activated. We use this tutorial. We get our Arch Linux iso from archlinux.org and boot from it. The correct Virtualbox settings must be applied. Check them out. Then we follow the guide. Cloning a VirtualBox makes sense,...