- Start up to give me any information you have just in mind!
- Any suggestions on wich software should be on it?
- have any code by hand? give it here!
- howto’s yes! i will need to add this to the handbook onto the Live-Iso
Sourcecode is already aviable here:
(feel free to fork or contribute at github!)
Website up and running:
Downloadpage is up:
List of included (not jet) apps:
Hi to all happy Antergos users out there!
We just created this “Hello Antergos!” Category to get you here, also without a problem in front
We want you to say hello and if you like: A swing from your Linux life!
Praise and send down Antergos! if you feel you have to!
Feel free to open a topic under this category if you have a long story!
I am one of the newer moderators here, and try my best to help on both little and big problems, and I must say it is a pleasure to help, even on the stupidest and most fundamental questions (we do not know stupid questions here!) It is all about learn, relearn, teach, help, get help and communicate!
As a long term ArchLinux user (10 years) after getting more minimalism to the install process with Antergos
I noticed today that i was welcomed in the moderators group now!
Thanks to @Global-Moderators @Community-Moderators @developers !
I will do (and already done) my best to help and force Antergos!
Welcome every newbies and linuxresistance here!!!
My introduction to Antergos: kamprad.net
As discussion starts here: https://forum.antergos.com/topic/9089/pamac-6-2-3-broken/52
this is the follow up to discuss a way to get pamac tested and DE’s before new releases.
To get into testing simble say that you want join and which DE you will testing.
The best testing environment is a VM (virtualbox or what you prefere to use) with a clean setup of your DE.
Then enable staging repo and use it in a daily base to get updates testing settings e.t.c…
it is simple as changing /etc/pacman.conf
by uncommenting the staging repo and put it on top of the list:
# after the header, and they will be used before the default mirrors. [antergos-staging] SigLevel = PackageRequired Server = http://mirrors.antergos.com/$repo/$arch/ [antergos] SigLevel = PackageRequired Include = /etc/pacman.d/antergos-mirrorlist #[testing] #Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist [core] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist [extra] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist #[community-testing] #Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist [community] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist # If you want to run 32 bit applications on your x86_64 system, # enable the multilib repositories as required here. #[multilib-testing] #Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist [multilib] Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist
then do a:
sudo pacman -Syuu
If you find something post it here!
I would say, if a user is interested in how the system works and what is behind a GUI user will find out and for sure will get hints and information here and at the net. This is what Antergos is about, easy or hard you can have them both!
But if you only want to install something from AUR because you need a driver for make your printer work, … you wound propably will investigate hours on understanding how a PKGBUILD is working and what are the commands to use e.t.c.
But as i ask here: https://forum.antergos.com/topic/7902/yaourt-vs-pacaur-what-do-you-think
we have to take care to offer the most secure way to make an easy way aviable.
I do like pamac for searching packages and builds, but i agree that pamac is not the perfect weapon to do everything… it should have more warnings, and may default switch to detailed view if you start building packages… and also may omit to build packages with big size e.t.c. and say:
"try to build from terminal, it is beautiful and teaching!"
(i like it a lot, when the build output rush over the screen, this is pure meditation!!!)
pub rsa2048 2014-05-09 [SC] [verfällt: 2019-05-10] D95436A2E18DA94A72B1A5E2AEA529BF122902E5 uid [vollständig] Dustin Falgout (Antergos Developer) <[email protected]> uid [vollständig] [jpeg image of size 3969] pub rsa4096 2014-08-04 [SC] [verfällt: 2019-05-10] 24B445614FAC071891EDCE49CDBD406AA1AA7A1D uid [vollständig] Antergos Build Server (Automated Package Build System) <[email protected]>
$ sudo rm -R /etc/pacman.d/gnupg $ sudo pacman-key --init $ sudo pacman-key --populate archlinux antergos
should solve this
It is also indisputable the good vibes that there around here, I mean?
and in my brain this is the main difference
As at Archdad they like to talk at a certain level of knowledge, here at Antergos we do not. We welcome you on every level of knowledge.
Note: In samba 4.8.0-1, the units were renamed from smbd.service and nmbd.service to smb.service and nmb.service.
sudo systemctl enable smb.service nmb.service
sudo systemctl start smb.service nmb.service
ls: cannot access '/home/antergos/.config/chromium/Default': No such file or directory
So this is causing the segfault… dir is taken from liveiso and not changed to installed user…
changing this to installed user chromium starts…
For thouse with problematic nvidia cards:
i just build a new Antergos Testing branch ISO
Without ZFS Support but including Bootoption to start ISO onto nvidia driver !
Upload just started, will be aviable in 1 hour.