Arch Linux Install Guide [Full / Complete Real PC Install] [GNOME 41.1, btrfs, systemd-boot] - Comment Page: 1

Many may think that installing Arch Linux is difficult. In reality, the process is not much different from installing any Linux, except that the installation is done on the command line. Arch Linux own installation guide is excellent, but I’m trying here to explain in a little more detail how the whole process goes. This is my own command list for installing Arch Linux with GNOME Desktop. Following this guide you can install Arch Linux with GNOME 41.1 desktop, networkmanager, systemd-boot, btrfs, man pages and basic devel packages. I assume that you are using Linux when you create your installation iso. If you use Windows, then use Windows tools to create bootable USB Media. Check...

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      • You’re welcome! Nice to hear that this helped you!

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