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Learning phase 8

CARLI Customized arch linux iso

 
Learn how to build a distro from scratch
 

Only the largest numbered Carli can be used for building
All other Carlis should only be watched for
learning purposes and never built

 

LEARNING PATH

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.

LEARN HOW TO CREATE YOUR PERSONAL APP
PYTHON AND GTK3

HOW TO START WITH THE CARLI PROJECT
GET DATA
GET TOOLS
LEARN HOW TO ANALYZE

LATEST ARTICLES

Creating a new package for our new look

Creating a new package for our new look

We do want to have an iso that has an amazing look out of the box. In the previous article we figured out what folder/files we need to achieve such a goal. Now we need to package it. Content of video we create a new Github project for our carli-cinnamon-config we...

Ricing your desktop is fun and easy with this workflow

Ricing your desktop is fun and easy with this workflow

Out of the box, many desktops out of the box are "not nice" or just unpolished. This is one of the faqs people ask me: how can I make my future distro look amazing? Content of video we need to figure out where any desktop keeps its settings .config .local or ... we...

Creation of Carli 12 – our first steps

Creation of Carli 12 – our first steps

Content of the video we create a new project on Github called Carli 12 we have a script to download all the Github projects we check what we need to change from Xfce4 to Cinnamon where do we find info about Cinnamon - the Arch Wiki use the tool meld to compare files...