Arch install from Commands to Graphical User Interface



In short, Arch install from Commands to Graphical User Interface. Therefore, here I’ll try my best to share with you step by step how to achieve this goal.

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Arch install from Commands to Graphical User Interface

Timestamps & Chapters
0:00:00 – Intro
0:01:52 – What’s the result?
0:05:55 – Preparation
0:08:35 – VirtualBox config
0:11:14 – Start installation
0:12:00 – Keyboard Layout setting
0:14:32 – Wi-Fi setup
0:16:30 – Arch Boot Mode verify
0:18:20 – Disk & Devices creating
0:28:45 – Arch base installation
0:31:32 – fstab generating
0:33:32 – Change root
0:34:22 – System Clock update
0:34:55 – Time Zone setup
0:36:42 – Hardware Clock setup
0:37:06 – Localization
0:40:15 – Keyboard Layout set persistent
0:41:10 – Network configuration
0:43:35 – Root password setup
0:44:09 – Boot Loader installation
0:46:45 – Super-user setting
0:50:19 – Desktop Environment installing
0:51:53 – Network & Printing
0:55:53 – Video Card Driver setup
0:59:07 – Desktop Environment or Windows Manager?
1:01:25 – Gnome DE install
1:04:08 – Budgie DE install
1:10:00 – Post-installation
1:12:39 – System Network
1:15:47 – Secure Boot
1:16:38 – User’s directory
1:18:13 – Additional packages
1:21:21 – Yay installation
1:23:04 – Pamac – a graphical Package Manager
1:25:39 – “prime-switcher” for Nvidia Optimus
1:26:11 – Budgie Desktop Settings

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Enjoy the journey into Arch Linux! You’ll love it.

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