Arch Linux
Arch Linux
A Linux User's Group concerned with the Arch Linux Distribution. The Arch Linux Distribution is not the easiest to install, but it is a rolling distribution and extremely stable. Also package creation is very easy.
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  • I'm not currently using Arch or any of its derivatives. But I couldn't find a general Linux group. Does one exist, or is this it?
    I'm not currently using Arch or any of its derivatives. But I couldn't find a general Linux group. Does one exist, or is this it?
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  • We are going to give reperations to black people who have ever used archlinux!
    We are going to give reperations to black people who have ever used archlinux!
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  • I have a Samsung galaxy S10 tablet that I found out was rooted after I bought it. Does anyone know how to install Linux any distribution on it?
    I have a Samsung galaxy S10 tablet that I found out was rooted after I bought it. Does anyone know how to install Linux any distribution on it?
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  • I created this group for all Linux Users. In 1994 I fell in love with Linux when I loaded the Slackware Distribution with kernel 1.1.13. From Slackware I went to Debian, and am currently using The Arch Linux Distribution.

    Many people have trouble loading the Arch Linux Distribution and a number of laptops, and other small systems do not have dvd drives thus you must create a bootable flash drive.

    Many still have no idea that they have to change their flash drive from a MSDOS partition scheme to a GPT drive with VFAT partition with the boot and esp flags set.

    Back in April 2017 I gave a talk to the Philadelphia Linux User's Group (PLUG) on how to create a UEFI Bootable Flash Drive. In December of that year I Created a video with the slides.

    https://ugetube.com/watch/uefi-bootable-flash-drive_UjV72cdvPwb8CLZ.html
    I created this group for all Linux Users. In 1994 I fell in love with Linux when I loaded the Slackware Distribution with kernel 1.1.13. From Slackware I went to Debian, and am currently using The Arch Linux Distribution. Many people have trouble loading the Arch Linux Distribution and a number of laptops, and other small systems do not have dvd drives thus you must create a bootable flash drive. Many still have no idea that they have to change their flash drive from a MSDOS partition scheme to a GPT drive with VFAT partition with the boot and esp flags set. Back in April 2017 I gave a talk to the Philadelphia Linux User's Group (PLUG) on how to create a UEFI Bootable Flash Drive. In December of that year I Created a video with the slides. https://ugetube.com/watch/uefi-bootable-flash-drive_UjV72cdvPwb8CLZ.html
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    Howto create a bootable UEFI flash drive.
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