Arch on my desktop/laptop, Debian on my servers, Alpine in my containers
We take the Arch Linux new menu-based installer for a test drive on the latest ISO snapshot for May 2022 to see how easy is to install the OS.
🖐🏼 I'm legally obligated to tell you I run Arch
Has anything recently changed with the way that #GitHub archives work? Finding a tonne of #ArchLinux #AUR packages needing chnages otherwise they won't build, as they're getting 404s?
I always stop reading at "Installing your own private instance in Arch Linux is as easy as..."
Seth Vargo (@sethvargo)Fri, 12 Nov 2021 14:21 GMT
sorry i was late i had to install zoom - which meany i needed to update my repositories - and then i had to update some libraries - and my kernel... and the headers... and then reboot with the new kernel... and then install zoom... and well anyway here we are - hi i'm nova
kris Nóva (@krisnova)Fri, 11 Dec 2020 16:30 GMT
me: "linux [task for automation]" google: "ubuntu forums? stackoverflow?" me: *sighs* me: "arch [task for automation]" google: "here's archwiki with exactly what you want in less than 10 lines"
emily dogmom (@nasamuffin)Mon, 21 Sep 2020 20:55 +0000
Alex Dranove (@ADranove)Fri, 07 Aug 2020 21:27 +0000
This is very frustrating, but I can confirm that using
aur/intellij-idea-community-edition-no-jre has resolved this, as per craynic's comment
Recommended read: Reproducible Arch Linux Packages https://linderud.dev/blog/reproducible-arch-linux-packages/
Emoji Support in Dunst (2 mins read).
How to see Emoji when using the Dunst notification system.
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