It's useful to compile drivers for the hardware in live mode... example: for a usb wifi card ...
Last edited by felipe (2013-11-11 15:33:43)
More packages = bigger medium = bigger number of complaints than overall gratitude volume.
There is always https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Archiso, I haven't used a vanilla installer in a year or so.
felipe... unpack squashfs, add base-devel, repack.. done. should last you a good while. if you feel for updating your media, it isn't that much work redoing it.
I am hilariously insane. yup. you won't notice though.. I promise...I think.
I also haven't used the iso in a long long while. A persistent usb install with arch-install-scripts is much more handy. You can easily include any packages you want (even a gui if you really wanted) and update whever is needed.