Arch Linux installation recording to kernel 5.17.9-arch1-1 (testing)



** Diff to previous video: new kernel in testing **

Used ISO: archlinux-2022.05.01-x86_64.iso

Summary:
[00:00] Booting from ISO
[01:52] Preparing
[03:05] Preparing disk
[05:13] Installing Arch Linux
[11:43] Configure boot
[12:04] Configure system
[12:55] Configure system in chroot
[16:36] Boot into new system
[17:58] Running in new system
[19:27] Activating testing repository
[23:05] Booting to system with testing repository
[24:18] Testing system with testing repository
[25:37] End

Pastebin urls (package list):
http://sprunge.us/OprEWt
http://sprunge.us/N2uy2r
http://sprunge.us/bMbPSr
http://sprunge.us/uTo1SA

Pastebin urls (systemd-analyze):
http://sprunge.us/NCVOcZ
http://sprunge.us/BA6wh1

Kernel details:
5.17.5-arch1-1 (ISO)
5.17.8-arch1-1 (after installation)
5.17.9-arch1-1 (after enabling [testing])

This video shows a successful installation of Arch Linux inside a VirtualBox VM. The main purpose of this video series is for historical reasons. For this, the installation is done by a script guaranteeing the same installation steps each time.

The video demonstrates that the current Live CD ISO as well as the current pacman packages are suitable for installing an encrypted system that boots without errors.
Using the arch-audit package, the current CVEs are shown before and after enabling [testing].

Recorded using OBS Studio. Used settings: 1280×720, 30 fps, 2500 kbps.

This is a scripted installation: A script runs on the VirtualBox host and installs Arch Linux automatically inside a virtual machine. It also supervises the progress of the installation.

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