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#1 2021-06-05 19:19:54

Eric-1987
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Arch installation with detailed comments giving concept

Is there any article about arch installation with detailed comments giving us concept about system, why we should type all those commands in some specific order?
I want to get understanding what i do when I type commands from Installation guide, not just stupid Cntrl-C Cntrl-V.

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#2 2021-06-05 19:29:55

Trilby
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Re: Arch installation with detailed comments giving concept

Every step of the installation guide links to detailed wiki pages and other resources about any given command.  What else are you looking for?

(Almost?) every command recommended will also have a man page of the same name that you can read.

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#3 2021-06-05 19:48:48

tucuxi
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Re: Arch installation with detailed comments giving concept

Really, a good conceptual description would nicely complement the installation guide. That is typically what you can find in books. "How Linux works" is recommended by some.

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#4 2021-06-05 20:26:23

Eric-1987
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Re: Arch installation with detailed comments giving concept

Trilby wrote:

Every step of the installation guide links to detailed wiki pages and other resources about any given command.  What else are you looking for?

(Almost?) every command recommended will also have a man page of the same name that you can read.

I meant for new Linux user, who wants to learn Linux by using Arch.

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#5 2021-06-05 21:28:32

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Re: Arch installation with detailed comments giving concept

Eric-1987 wrote:
Trilby wrote:

Every step of the installation guide links to detailed wiki pages and other resources about any given command.  What else are you looking for?

(Almost?) every command recommended will also have a man page of the same name that you can read.

I meant for new Linux user, who wants to learn Linux by using Arch.

Arch is intended for competent users. If you are new to Linux, then Arch is going to involve reading the wiki and man pages. There is no other way around it.


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