Learning phase 8
CARLI = Customized arch linux iso
Only the largest numbered Carli can be used for building
All other Carlis should only be watched for
learning purposes and never built
You have been learning about Arch Linux and ArcoLinux. At some point in time you may wish to build your own distro/iso and start building it up from scratch. That is phase 8.
We advise you to start in the menu “Start here” and work your way down the menu.
The article “Goal and vision” will clarify what we aim for with the Carli project.
At the moment we are still thinking how to organize all the articles. We will change the structure as the project grows.
Check out the story line in the Carli menu.
Each month we will try to make another step in order to develop our own distro.
You start by reading this article and listening to all the videos in the links. We stress again the importance of workflow and reading. A lot of reading and comparing. Use the code that is online and learn from it. Then make your own decisions and make your own vision...
Updating Carli – archiso – Calamares – back to finished instead of finishedq – pacman-init check – new sddm theme elegant
In this video you see what you need to do to maintain a projec like Carli: new Calamares - what changed new Calamares config - what changed new Archiso - what changed - do we change with it new packages - update new Sddm theme - Elegant check on pacman-init process...
This applies to anything. To desktops. To applications. To icons. To themes. To everything. Use it as a workflow. When you know what files you need, you can copy/paste them put them in scripts put them in packages - see pkgbuild tutorials
The point of the video is to learn from the building process of someone else to learn that we need the EndeavourOS repositories to learn to change the pacman.conf to include the EndeavourOS repositories to learn to avoid conflicts between repositories and keys to...
In this video you see me build a Calamares on the basis of the last git code. Support the Calamares project with your time Test and give feed-back to improve Calamares.
Github asks me always the login and password. Is there a way so that I do not have to type in the login and password. If you run scripts one after other, there is always input needed from the user and everything halts. Use ssh authentication. The commands I have used...