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How to install a package by skipping the validity check

How to install a package by skipping the validity check

Sometime the maintainers of packages from AUR are just on holiday or sick and the pkgbuild needs to be updated because the sources it uses have been updated but not the validity checksums of the pkgbuild. The normal procedure would be to get into contact with the...

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How to update ArcoLinux 18.10 to ArcoLinux 18.12

How to update ArcoLinux 18.10 to ArcoLinux 18.12

Every video about updating your system to the latest edition will learn you something. The video will always contain more information than the title suggests. That applies to all the videos. Staying rolling is the focus point in this article. Here is the more detailed...

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How to update any ArcoLinux or how to stay rolling

How to update any ArcoLinux or how to stay rolling

Long procedure to update If you want to learn more about your system and keep track of what changed then this procedure is for you. 1 - bupskel Will create a backup folder of /etc/skel prior to your updates 2 - update Will download and install all Arch Linux and...

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Anniversary present from ArcoLinux – Submicron wallpapers

Anniversary present from ArcoLinux – Submicron wallpapers

In total 1 GB of wallpapers Submicron or Fernando Cruz, creator and donator of many beautiful wallpapers of ArcoLinux, has generously given us permission to share ALL his wallpapers with you. You can find all his work on https://www.deviantart.com/submicron and follow...

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How to add the third party repo to pacman.conf

How to add the third party repo to pacman.conf

Open the file /etc/pacman.conf with sublime text and add these lines to it [arcolinux_repo_3party] SigLevel = Required DatabaseOptional Server = https://arcolinux.github.io/arcolinux_repo_3party/$arch Then do an update sudo pacman -Syyu and then you can install the...

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How to reset the password of your ArcoLinux system

How to reset the password of your ArcoLinux system

We get all the information from the Arch wiki. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/reset_root_password Procedure boot from the ArcoLinux iso mount your root partition change password unmount Commands used in the video lsblk sudo mount /dev/sda2 /mnt sudo passwd...

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Update your system using the terminal and upall or pksyua

Update your system using the terminal and upall or pksyua

This applies to all desktop environments. Pamac is our graphical updater in ArcoLinux. You can find more info about updating via pamac in this article. But you can also update in the terminal. Personally I start the day with a command in the terminal and read what...

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Update your system using pamac

Update your system using pamac

This applies to all desktop environments. Pamac is our standard updater in ArcoLinux. You can update your system also in the terminal. That is for another article. Pamac provides us a tray-icon (assuming you did not change the icon theme) that is white....

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