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Saw this one today on the Linux Action Show(from Sunday) and wonder if anyone is running it and how's it working for ya'? Seems to be Pure Arch with a ...
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- 10-22-2013 #1
Anyone running Antergos?
Just wonder about Terminal Commands since I'm so use to "apt-get" for everything. Anyway, just wanted to see if anyone else has given this Distro a try.
- 10-22-2013 #2
Well, that's a bust. With both Antergos and Arch I get a "can't access tty, job control turned off" when I try to boot to the Live USB of either.
- 10-22-2013 #3
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UNetbootin can be used on any Linux distribution or Windows to copy your iso to a USB device. However, Unetbootin overwrites syslinux.cfg, so it creates a USB device that does not boot properly. For this reason, Unetbootin is not recommended -- please use dd or one of the other methods discussed in this topic.
# dd bs=4M if=/path/to/archlinux.iso of=/dev/sdx && sync
Because one misstep or mistype and bye bye Point Linux.
- 10-22-2013 #4
I'm doing the install on my #3, it's my "play" laptop. Point Linux on my #1 and #12 ain't going anywhere, it's just that good of a Distro.
I did finally manage to get Manjaro installed to see what "Arch" was like and to tell you the truth, I really don't care for it much. I tried to do a "sudo pacman -S unetbootin" and nothing, same with "sudo pacman -S clamtk"(clamav loaded fine) and nothing, same for sudo freshclam to update virus definitions.
Nope, sorry folks, I'm a Deb-Head when it comes to Linux, started with a Debian Distro(Ubuntu 12.04) and I'll probably die with a Debian Distro.