Learning phase 1
You have downloaded the ArcoLinux iso. Now you can install ArcoLinux either on a virtual machine or on an SSD.
We recommend clicking on “Start here” and working your way down the menu.
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.
ArcoLinuxD.com provides more information on Xfce, Openbox and i3. The other desktops are ONLY documented on ArcoLinuxD.com.
“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 tothe Carli project on ArcoLinuxIso.com.
End April 2020 we will implement our own logout and lockscreen application called arcolinux-logout-git. We will no longer use oblogout and slimlock. This only concerns the following desktops: awesome bspwm hlwm i3 openbox qtile xfce xmonad After an update, a skel and...
Screenshot of the last versionTabs to the left are always visible they will function in the right desktopoblogout has been abandoned slimlock has been abandoned AutostartDesktop installerMore packages have been added to the list of the desktops. Some package conflicts...
latest version You will find the latest version and link on the official channel on discord. One place to maintain - One place to update bit.ly/arcogetstartedxxxCopy/pasting can be fun and it is a good way to start. We welcome you to re-use our work.Over the years the...
It started with the wish to have an up-to-date mirrorlist during the installation of ArcoLinux. Calamares provides us a great variety of applications to download. It is now more than ever important to get the best Arch Linux servers for your country. The alias mirror...
Open up the /etc/pacman.conf file and add the packages to the line where it says #IgnorePkg = Delete the # and save it. You can also ignore packages like mate, gnome etc.
ArcoLinux has printer support enabled by default. If you are working on Arch Linux then you need to read up about cups. Cups and its packages provides support for thousands of printers but maybe not (yet) the latest printers. Check out this page to know more about...