[SOLVED] Arch Linux: How do I remove all XFCE4.8 and GNOME3 packages? Only want KDE
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2011
Okay, so I've been doing a bit of tweaking, exploring, damaging the system *But making backups for those occasions... They weren't on purpose, I was just trying figure out how they work* Okay, so... How can I get rid of all the XFCE and GNOME packages? Is there a list of all the packages that I can remove? I don't like how minimal XFCE looks and GNOME3 is OKAY, but not my cup of tea, and KDE4.6 with classic toolbar looks pretty cool.
To clarify, I want to remove ALL XFCE and GNOME packages so I can just have a clean KDE environment without non-working and redundant packages.
LXer: DistroWatch Weekly: Distributions in 2006, Arch Linux Office Install, Dreamlinux interview
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 18, 2006
Published at LXer:
Welcome to this year's final issue of DistroWatch Weekly! With the year 2006 closing down on us rapidly, this seems like a good time to take a look at the world of Linux distributions and their evolution during the past year. Who has done the best job of bringing Linux to the desktops of new users? And which distributions are the losers of the increased competition among the different projects, all vying for our attention? As always, opinions are likely to vary, but some trends aren't difficult to spot. In the news section: Fedora looks to regain control over the RPM Package Manager, KNOPPIX promises a new version of its live CD, Debian publishes a release update, and Arch Linux announces an easy-to-install CD for desktop users. Finally, warm wishes of a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year to all DistroWatch readers! See you again in 2007!
EXT4 with Arch Linux...how?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 20, 2009
I installed GRUB2 and it seams to work fine. However I would like to get the Ext4 filesystem on my computer. I just can't find out how? Can anyone give me an easy tutorial please?
How To Install Netctl Package Through Arch Linux Terminal
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 19, 2014
I am currently trying to dual boot my Acer Aspire V5-122P with Windows 8 and Arch Linux. Windows OS was already installed. I formatted my hard drive and finished a base installation of Arch Linux via USB. Note this laptop does NOT have a CD drive or Ethernet Port so I am only limited to USB and WiFi. During the base installation I had the Arch Linux OS on my flash drive and was able to connect to my WiFi via the wifi-menu command but now I can't. When I choose Arch at boot I login either as root or my created account user (Jon). I can't connect to WiFi. So finally my question, I have downloaded the latest Netctl package from another computer, saved it to a flash drive, plugged it into my Acer laptop, mounted the flash drive and extracted the package but I can't seem to figure out how to install it. I can't use sudo since I don't have it installed. Any and all help is much appreciated! Thanks.
how do I install Arch Linux when I already have Ubuntu installed
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 19, 2008
ok I originally made a post here http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...tition-643088/ called "is-it-possible-to-install-arch-without-burning" but after reading the how to on that subject I decided that it would probably be easier just to burn the ARCH ISO and just reboot then install it from there . the problem is it doesn't show ( or I cannot see) the partitions that where made by my Ubuntu hardy install when I installed Ubuntu Hardy I made the swap, and then a 10 gig partition then I installed hardy onto the largest partition ( which was what was left on my hard drive) I wanted to install Arch on a partition ( 10 GIGs) but like I said I don't see that option when I boot from the Arch cd. I tryed to go into the Arch forums but the forum wouldn't show anything so I did a search "install" and of course it showed allot of post about installing various things onto Arch . I guess my setup on these forums isn't set up properly for me just to browse the Arch forums. anyw
How to install X in Arch Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 18, 2010
How to install Xorg in Arch Linux? I am writing this from the command-line Links browser.
How to install arch linux over ubuntu???
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 1, 2014
i have an old p4 2.66ghz with 1.5 gb ram and a 1TB HDD and A nvidia Gt520.
There are almost 6 os'es installed in that system. i am using win 8 bootloader which currently loads linux via the neogrub or something like that.... Now my question is How to install arch linux over the Ubuntu 12.04 install without changing my boot loader to grub which dosent load my windows 8. any suggestions???
Currently it has a win7, 2 win xp, win 8 and ubuntu...
i want to install arch linux because its fast...
LXer: How to Install ThirdParty Apps in Arch Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 29, 2013
Published at LXer:
The following tutorial will teach Arch Linux users how to install third-party packages on their newly installed Arch Linux operating system. This is for Arch Linux beginners only, of course.
[SOLVED] How to install Cinnamon with SLiM on Arch Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 20, 2013
I have recently installed Arch Linux and since I'm new to hard it's a little hard to get around the things in here.
I wanted to know how I can instal cinnamon desktop environment with SliM display manager.
By now, I know how to install Arch system and boot into the root account. I have also installed the system X and currently I'm able see the basic GUI using:
[SOLVED] How to install Arch Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 30, 2014
I want to install Arch on my machine. I'm a noob at this Arch installation. Can I install Arch using only these commands? Don't want to dual boot. Only Arch. [Look at attached file.] Is it completed?
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