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Arch Linux: A ℂ𝕠𝕞𝕗𝕪 Install Guide

Arch Linux: A ℂ𝕠𝕞𝕗𝕪 Install Guide
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  • Epic tutorial. I'm installing on a VM and first time I tried I got stuck on the grub-install part, after trying a second time, I realized it was because I didn't turn on EFI on my VM (on VirtualBox: Settings>System>Motherboard and check Enable EFI).
    The calm music really helps with the stress of the process. Thank you so much!

  • When I did "genfstab /mnt > /mnt/ect/fstab"
    It came up with zsh: no such file or directory: /mnt/ect/fstab

  • bro you made my wish come true, let me tell you my story, as a game developer and former software developer first time I wanted to learn Linux I did not know what distro to use so I was just surfing the web and saw Arch Linux logo and fell in love with it but then I realized that people say arch is difficult to learn and so on, I installed Ubuntu which I did not like because it was just like windows not to mention the orange color …
    A year passed and I'm still on Windows, so I decided to install Debian this time, I ended up reinstalling Debian 3 times, I just could not find the right forums and repositories so I would end up deleting and modifying important config files basically it was not as user-friendly as people say.
    Last night I decided to make my wish come true. It's the best and user-friendly distro out there, I've managed to install and work my way around using Arch Wiki which is damn good, it's so powerful.
    Thanks man, for making my wish come true.
    BTW I run Arch Linux😆

    The key to fight the giant monster called Arch Linux is "Patience"

  • thanks man works really well ,I only wished someone would explain how to mount /home onto another disk drive but I figured out that one by myself though that was because I saw how you mounted UEFI onto root partition

    mkdir /dev/sda3/home ;
    mount /dev/sdXY /dev/sda3/home

  • 16:20 In my arch it says:
    %wheel ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
    Should i just uncomment this or is there anything else i should do?

  • You sir are a tremendous help. It only took me 5 tries until I noticed my mistake was right in front of me. This is a very accurate and comfy video, happy 420.

  • Really appreciate the video here.
    For those who has issues related on the internet (such as hostname couldn't be resolved), you want to connect to the internet based on the WiFi guide.

    Here are the steps if you don't know how to do it
    step 1 –
    [iwd]# device list
    The output might result in something similar like "wlan0"

    step 2 –
    [iwd]# station [insert the output device name] scan
    in my case, it is " [iwd]# station wlan0 scan ". It won't output anything but it will initiate a scan

    step 3 –
    [iwd]# station [insert device name] get-networks
    In my case, it is "[iwd]# station wlan0 get-networks". It will output all the surrounding WiFi around. The output will be almost the same as if you are scanning networks with your iphone / android.

    step 4 –
    [iwd]# station [insert device name] connect [WiFi name]
    In my case, it will be something like " [iwd]# station wlan0 connect iphone ". If there are passwords, it will prompt a password. THERE IS NO ERROR VALIDATION. So it is impossible to tell if you inputted the wrong password. If doing the scan (step 3) does not show a ">" on the network you selected, it probably means that you have inputted the wrong password.

    I hope this helps someone there

  • Just started installing arch, switching from ubuntu. And I must say its going smoothly. Comfy music in bacground makes it less scary that I might blow up my PC lol.

  • I've tried to install Arch a few times over the years and always encountered issues no matter what guide I used. I find this video and it works first try. Huge ups man, we need more people like you in the community.

  • Loved the tutorial and undertale's calm tracks, but I have a question, at 16:50 in the video do we have to exit from our user into root? It seemed unmentioned.

  • Didnt work. When I did "grub-install –target=x86_64-efi –efi-directory=/boot/efi" it told me that it "failed to get the canonical path of "/boot/efi"

  • For those who want to dual boot in grub use nano to change the grub file: "nano /etc/default/grub" then go to the very bottom and un-comment out "GRUB_DISABLE_OS_PROBER=false" so it appears without the #, save and quit. Next install os prober using "sudo pacman -S os-prober" to install os-prober (grub file that detects other OS). Update grub using "sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg" You should now see that os-prober is now activated.

  • Some Linux dudes Claimed that you don't need sddm(display manager), and all what tou needed to get your plasma running is login through the virtual terminal(the black screen) and type "startx".

    Is this true?

  • Duuuude. This is the video. I've tried so many arch install videos and ended up with sone shit goin down (this other video was literally doin too much. It's for 1st timers freindo.) I don't know if it's the straightforwardness or my 9 million failed attempts…perhaps the dulcet tones of your voice lulled me into am indica like zen hacker state. Either way, dis best.

  • For people who are using wifi, remember to install dhcpcd and iwd during pacstrap /mnt….otherwise you won't be able to connect to the internet during fresh CLI arch install…

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