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Anarchy Linux

A distro that helps setting up a Archlinux system.

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    2023-08-17

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  • Manjaro Is Losing Ground Very Fast as A Linux Gaming Distro
    What these kind of articles never properly communicate is that unlike Manjaro, EndeavourOS directly uses the Arch repos, so for all intents and purposes is Arch. It's just an Arch installer, similar to Anarchy and to what Antergos used to be. Source: about 1 year ago
  • what's the real best option for my old netbook?
    Anything below LXqt is going to suck really bad. I'd throw a minimal installation of some snapless Ubuntu or Debian based distro if I really wanted to use it for anything. MX Linux is a great option for something reliable, stable and lightweight. If you just wanna meme or experiment, go with arch using anarchy installer. Source: over 1 year ago
  • archfi
    Use Anarchy installer. https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/ it is easy gui followed steps install, but imho way better is to try to install it manually using arch wiki, since if any problems occurs, you will at least know, where to look at. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • [OC] Desktop OS Market Share 2003 - 2022
    Archinstall would like to have a word with you. Anarchy Installer also exists. Both work wonders and give a working system out of the box. Just don't have extremely new hardware, or you'll be troubleshooting any distro. There's also AUR tools to give you a minimal browser to point to the wiki iirc. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Golden Drake Linux: Arch for gamers and game developers!
    Great question, and that's a thought that has crossed my mind now and then (though it would have to include options to modify configuration files, theming, etc., not merely install packages). The simple answer is that (a) I remember how much I benefited from Anarchy during my transition to Arch, so I see some value in this type of installer, and (b) I just really wanted to create my own custom installer. :) It's... Source: about 2 years ago
  • Anyone here switch from Manjaro to Arch, and why?
    I did not like the transition from Octopi to pamac-gtk, but I just used pacman and yay in the konsole. I did not like snapd, but I systemctl disable snapd. I experimented with https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/ and was satisfied, but what caused me to move all my laptops was some unfriendly behavior in the Manjaro forums. Call it a rage-uninstall. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Can unstable kernel updates be made optional?
    I originally used the Anarachy Installer and went with the stock Gnome and added my themes/programs later. I do hear that the archinstall on the new ISOs is pretty decent though. If you are into text installs though ha. Source: about 2 years ago
  • Any downsides to using the "archinstall" script?
    Anarchy Arch Installer. Makes the install very easy, and gives you tons of options. Source: over 2 years ago
  • New to Pop - Repos & package versions?
    I used this and it was handy: https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/ for a fresh install on an SSD. If you are dual booting with Windows, probably best to have Windows on another drive entirely as Windows will occasionally try to override the UEFI boot settings if on the same drive. Also safe to keep each OS on a different drive. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Replacing Windows 10 with Arch
    One day I was able to get Arch installed with Anarchy. This was instrumental to me learning Linux and I can practically install Arch blindfolded these days. You'll still want an Arch Live-cd in the event Anarchy still doesn't get you into a booting system. Source: over 2 years ago
  • If a beginner installs arch linux with Anarchy, would arch be beginner friendly?
    I took this from their official website: https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • "Steam Proton Vs Windows (Gaming)
    I'd say Arch ftw, obviously, but with a nice installer it's not scary at all even for a first timer. For example Anarchy Installer looks great. https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • What Distro Should I Try Next?
    Why don,t you try anarchy installer ? You get a configured arch without configuring it That might be a good start at using "core" distros After that you might go with something more advanced. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Suggest me a distro for this old laptop, I want to use it for my degree in computer science
    If you want to run Arch try the Anarchy installer for it. It'll spit out an Arch install with a GUI. Depending on how you configure it. I'd recommend MATE or XFCE for lightweight desktops from my experience. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Where do I download Anarchy Linux?
    The link (https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/) has a message dialogue at the bottom as well that states. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Where do I download Anarchy Linux?
    When I plug into DDG "Anarchy Linux", the top two results are https://www.anarchy-linux.org and https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Bare bones "just works" distro
    Try arch with the anarchy installer, they have a great TUI for the installation and it's super easy. Https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Migrating Plex Server to Docker with GPU Passthrough
    Installing the OS on the new system, I used Anarchy Installer because I've done enough manual installs of Arch that I didn't feel the need to put myself through that again. The latest version seems to have a bug where if you install multiple packages during the "Extra Software" stage, it throws an error. I just installed everything I needed manually once I was in. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Eating RAM is only and only a Windows thing.
    Try https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/ - Just an installer for Arch that lets you choose how you want it setup. (What Desktop Environment and such). Source: over 3 years ago
  • What distro provides the best KDE experience except KDE neon ?
    - Arch if you want real vanilla defaults from upstream (and if you are afraid of following the wiki, start with an easy installer like https://anarchyinstaller.gitlab.io/). Source: over 3 years ago
  • I will pay someone to help me install Arch. I've read the wiki, I've tried the installation guide many times. I just can't figure it out and I've spent way too much time on it to give up.
    Ok, I get it. Please be a good housekeeper in terms of your hardware. Practice on a VM if you can, but if you can't there is a lot of good projects made by the community, like scripts and installers that automate and make the job easier, take a look to the Anarchy Installer. Source: over 3 years ago

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