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ArchEX (Arch Linux) with LXQt, kernel 4.11.6-3-ARCH, Firefox 54.0, Yaourt and Calamares installer – Build 170626

NEWS 170627 about Calamares Installer
I’ve finally managed to make Calamares (The universal installer framework) work without problems/issues. Yesterdays version of ArchEX has therefore been replaced today. 202 more words


Arch Linux Installation Notes II: Configuring Users and Desktop Environment

So we have installed Arch Linux, but the only user currently is the root user, and there is no desktop environment, i.e. the system is in command line interface (CLI) instead of graphical user interface (GUI). 510 more words


Packet Tracer - Installing Cisco Packet Tracer 7 in Linux

Cisco Packet Tracer is a cross-platform visual simulation tool designed by Cisco Systems that allows users to create network topologies and imitate modern computer networks. The software allows users to simulate the configuration of Cisco routers and switches using a simulated command line interface. 381 more words

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CHIPSEC in BlackArch Linux

It has been in there for a while, but I don’t think I’ve seen an announcement.


So you can use LUV-live to use CHIPSEC in a batch mode, or you can use BlackArch live to use CHIPSEC in an interactive mode. 17 more words

Fonts - Adding Native Indian Font Support in Arch Linux

I have switched from OpenSUSE Linux to  Arch Linux a few weeks go. And After installing Arch for the first time, I’ve discovered that there was no native Indian (Hindi, Devanagari, etc) language support in this distribution. 140 more words

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Arch Linux Installation Notes I: Installing the System

Many people seemed to be genuinely surprised when they first know that I do not use Windows. I have moved away from Windows for about 3 years now, mainly due to programming work, as well as having to run statistical analysis/machine learning codes (programs, if you prefer) overnight. 1,384 more words


Void Linux on a Raspberry Pi 3 - My short adventure

While being happy on my Arch Linux setup, it excites me to try out new things. I recently saw Void Linux in a YouTube video. 126 more words

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