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Use the menus, categories, tags and the search to look for specific items. Or simply explore the website.

On ArcoLinux.com you will find articles about Xfce, Openbox and i3 as well as general linux topics.

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“Any desktop” articles means they apply to all the desktops.

If you want to build your own ArcoLinuxB iso, then you go to ArcoLinuxB.com.

Installing Arch Linux or Phase 5 in our learning path can be found on ArcoLinuxD.com.

To learn how to build your own distro from scratch go to the Carli project on ArcoLinuxIso.com.

LATEST ARTICLES

How to install steam on ArcoLinux

How to install steam on ArcoLinux

The motto of ArcoLinux is Learn, have fun and enjoy. This is the have fun part for sure. We install steam via the terminal. The desktop you install steam on does not matter. You will need a login and password for steam and it will ask a second password so that your...

How to increase the size of your swapfile

How to increase the size of your swapfile

Always think out of the box. Do not restrict yourself to just Arch Linux articles or ArcoLinux articles. We use an article for Ubuntu to increase the swap file. Turn off all swap processes sudo swapoff -a Resize the swap (from 512 MB to 8GB) sudo dd if=/dev/zero...

Everything you need to know about flatpak

Everything you need to know about flatpak

Flatpak is another way to install software on your ArcoLinux system. You can check out their website here. More importantly what packages can I install with flatpak. https://flathub.org/home Then you use the search to find applications or you browse in the categories....

Everything you need to know about snap

Everything you need to know about snap

Snapcraft from Canonical wants to provide the app store for Linux. Not all packages come from Arch Linux or AUR. There will always be packages that are (not yet) on AUR. In that case you can see if there is a snap package. Do check out the Arch Linux wiki page to get...