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  System requirements Arch Linux should run on any i686 compatible machine with a minimum of 64 MB RAM. A basic installation with all packaes from the base  roup should take about ! MB of disk space. #f you are workin with limited space$ this can be trimmed down considerably$ but you will ha%e to know what you&re doin. Prepare the latest installation medium 'he latest release of the installation media can be obtained from the (ownload pae. )ote that the sinle #*+ imae supports both ,- and 64bit architectures. #t is hihly recommended to always use the latest #*+ imae. ã #nstall imaes are sined and it is hihly recommended to %erify their sinature before use. (owload the .sig   file from the download pae /or one of the mirrors listed there0 to the same directory as the .iso  file. +n Arch Linux$ use pacman-key -v iso-file  .sig  as root1 in other en%ironments make use$ still as root$ of p- directly with gpg2 --verify iso-file.sig  . 'he file interity checksums md! and sha2 are also pro%ided. ã Burn the #*+ imae on a 3( or (( with your preferred software. +n Arch$ that&s co%ered in +ptical (isc (ri%e5Burnin.   Note: 'he uality of optical dri%es and the discs themsel%es %aries reatly. 7enerally$ usin a slow burn speed is recommended for reliable burns. #f you are experiencin unexpected  beha%iour from the disc$ try burnin at the lowest speed supported by your burner. Boot the installation medium irst$ you may ha%e to chane the boot order in your computer&s B#+*. 'o do this$ press a key /usually Delete $ F1 $ F2 $ F11  or F12 0 durin the 9+*' phase. 'his will take you into the B#+* settins screen where you can set the order in which the system searches for de%ices to boot from. *elect :*a%e ; <xit: /or your B#+*&s eui%alent0 and the computer should then complete its normal boot process. =hen the Arch menu appears$ select :Boot Arch Linux: and press Enter  to enter the li%e en%ironment where you will run the actual installation /if bootin from a ><# boot disk$ the option may look more like :Arch Linux archiso x86?64 ><#:0. +nce you ha%e booted into the li%e en%ironment$ your shell is @sh1 this will pro%ide you ad%anced 'ab completion$ and other features as part of the rml confi.    Testing if you are booted into UEFI mode #n case you ha%e a ><# motherboard and ><# Boot mode is enabled /and is preferred o%er B#+*Leacy mode0$ the 3(>*B will automatically launch Arch Linux kernel /ernel <#*'>B %ia 7ummiboot0. 'o test if you ha%e booted into ><# mode runC # mount -t efivarfs efivarfs /sys/firmware/efi/efivars # ignore if already mounted# efivar -l #f efi%ar lists the uefi %ariables properly$ then you ha%e booted in ><# mode. #f not check whether all  the reuirements listed at >nified <xtensible irmware #nterface5Reuirements for ><# ariables support to work properly are met. Troubleshooting boot problems ã #f you are usin an #ntel %ideo chipset and the screen oes blank durin the boot process$ the  problem is likely an issue with ernel Mode *ettin. A possible workaround may be achie%ed  by rebootin and pressin e  o%er the entry that you are tryin to boot /i686 or x86?640. At the end of the strin type nomodeset  and press Enter . Alternati%ely$ try video=! DE-1$d which$ if it works$ will not disable kernel mode settin. Dou can also try i%1&.modeset=' . *ee the #ntel article for more information. ã #f the screen does not   o blank and the boot process ets stuck while tryin to load the kernel$  press (a)  while ho%erin o%er the menu entry$ type acpi=off  at the end of the strin and  press Enter . Installation Dou are now presented with a shell prompt$ automatically loed in as root. or editin text files$ the console editor nano is suested. #f you are not familiar with it$ see nano5nano usae.  Change the language   Tip: 'hese are optional for the maEority of users. >seful only if you plan on writin in your own lanuae in any of the confiuration files$ if you use diacritical marks in the =ii password$ or if you would like to recei%e system messaes /e.. possible errors0 in your own lanuae. 3hanes here only  affect the installation process.By default$ the keyboard layout is set to us . #f you ha%e a non>* keyboard layout$ runC # loadkeys layout  ...where layout   can be fr $ uk $ dvorak $ )e-latin1 $ etc. *ee here for -letter country code list. >se the command localectl list-keymaps  to list all a%ailable keymaps. 'he font should also be chaned$ because most lanuaes use more lyphs than the -6 letter <nlish alphabet. +therwise some forein characters may show up as white suares or as other symbols. )ote that the name is casesensiti%e$ so please type it exactly  as you see itC # setfont *at2-(erminus1+ By default$ the lanuae is set to <nlish />*0. #f you would like to chane the lanuae for the install  process (German, in this example) $ remo%e the #  in front of the locale you want from /etc/locale.gen $ alon with <nlish />*0. 9lease choose the ,(F-  entry. # nano /etc/locale.genen,.,(F- ,(F-deDE.,(F- ,(F-# locale-gen# eport *0=deDE.,(F-  Establish an internet onnetion !arning: As of %2FG$ ude% no loner assins network interface names accordin to the wlanH and ethH namin scheme. #f you are comin from a different distribution or are reinstallin Arch and not aware of the new interface namin style$ please do not assume that your wireless interface is named wlan $ or that your wired interface is named eth . Dou can use the command ip link  to disco%er the names of your interfaces.'he d3cpcd  network daemon starts automatically durin boot and it will attempt to start a wired connection. 'ry to pin a ser%er to see if a connection was established. or example$ 7oole&s webser%ersC # ping -c 4 www.google.com5  www.l.google.com 678.12&.142.1'&9 &+689 )ytes of data.+8 )ytes from w)-in-f1'&.1e1''.net 678.12&.142.1'&9$ icmpre:=1 ttl=&' time=17.' ms+8 )ytes from w)-in-f1'&.1e1''.net 678.12&.142.1'&9$ icmpre:=2 ttl=&' time=1.2 ms+8 )ytes from w)-in-f1'&.1e1''.net 678.12&.142.1'&9$ icmpre:=4 ttl=&' time=1+.+ ms--- www.l.google.com ping statistics ---4 packets transmitted; 4 received; '< packet loss; time 2''4msrtt min/avg/ma/mdev = 1+.++'/17.42'/1.2&8/'.+7 ms #f you et a ping$ unknown 3ost  error$ first check if there is an issue with your cable or wireless sinal strenth. #f not$ you will need to set up the network manually$ as explained below. +nce a connection is established mo%e on to 9repare the storae dri%e.  !ired ollow this procedure if you need to set up a wired connection %ia a static #9 address. irst$ disable the dhcpcd ser%ice which was started automatically at bootC # systemctl stop d3cpcd.service #dentify the name of your <thernet interface. # ip link1$ lo$ *5>0?@;,5;*AEB,5C mtu +&&4+ :disc no:ueue state ,@A mode DEF0,*( link/loop)ack ''$''$''$''$''$'' )rd ''$''$''$''$''$''2$ enp2s'f'$ >B0D?0(;,*( ?0(C mtu 1&'' :disc noop state DA mode DEF0,*( :len 1''' link/et3er ''$11$2&$41$+%$2' )rd ff$ff$ff$ff$ff$ff4$ wlp4s'$ >B0D?0(;,*( ?0(;,5;*AEB,5C mtu 1&'' :disc m: state ,5 mode DB0( :len 1''' link/et3er '1$'2$'4$'8$'&$'+ )rd ff$ff$ff$ff$ff$ff #n this example$ the <thernet interface is enp2s'f' . #f you are unsure$ your <thernet interface is likely to start with the letter :e:$ and unlikely to be :lo: or start with the letter :w:. Dou also need to know these settinsC  ã *tatic #9 address. ã *ubnet mask. ã 7ateway&s #9 address. ã  )ame ser%ers& /()*0 #9 addresses. ã (omain name /unless you are on a local LA)$ in which case you can make it up0. Acti%ate the connected <thernet interface /e.. enp2s'f' 0C # ip link set enp2s'f' up Add the addressC # ip addr add ipaddress  / mask)its   dev interfacename  or exampleC # ip addr add 1%2.1+.1.2/28 dev enp2s'f' or more options$ run man ip . Add your ateway like this$ substitutin your own ateway&s #9 addressC # ip route add default via ipaddress  or exampleC # ip route add default via 1%2.1+.1.1 <dit resolv.conf $ substitutin your name ser%ers& #9 addresses and your local domain nameC # nano /etc/resolv.confnameserver +1.24.174.&nameserver +1.%&.8%.searc3 eample.com Note: 3urrently$ you may include a maximum of three nameserver  lines. #n order to o%ercome this limitation$ you can use a locally cachin nameser%er like (nsmas   . Dou should now ha%e a workin network connection. #f you do not$ check the detailed  )etwork 3onfiuration pae. !ireless ollow this procedure if you need wireless connecti%ity /=ii0 durin the installation process. irst$ identify the name of your wireless interface. # iw devp3y#'  nterface wlp4s' ifinde 4 wdev '1 addr ''$11$22$44$88$&& type managed
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