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Mindovermaster

I can't find it for the life of me. There was a project that made a Live-CD for Arch. Not like Archbang, but with no special installer.

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Anibal P

Chakra was also an Arch derivative, seems to have veered into a modified rolling/stable thing 

There's Manjaro, and Antergos (live CD) 

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Mindovermaster
3 hours ago, Circaflex said:

Evolution, yes. Thank you.... Must've missed that...

 

Manjaro and Antergos isn't a true Arch, though. It's just based off it. Like how Ubuntu is based off Debian (from how I understand)

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Mindovermaster

One more question, what do you use to switch your WM? Cause I installed XFCE, and XFWM (or whatever the default XFCE one is)

 

I try logging out of OpenBox, but it automatically goes back to it. Back with Debian, I remember there was a way to set this. Can't remember.

 

BTW, I forgot to change the mirrorlist.. oops... Changed that and did a -Syy...

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Boo Berry

If you're looking to install Arch and want to avoid "the Arch way", Arch Anywhere is a good alternative.

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Mindovermaster
1 hour ago, Boo Berry said:

If you're looking to install Arch and want to avoid "the Arch way", Arch Anywhere is a good alternative.

I already installed Arch.. So that is irrelevant. I'm trying to learn Arch here.

 

Anyone else have suggestions?

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Mindovermaster

I tried that. I doesn't start exwm4 up directly. It just goes into openbox. I tried logging out, restarting, no dice. :huh:

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Haggis

whats in ~/.xinitrc 

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Mindovermaster

I have exec startxfce4 in there, unless i forgot something else?

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