Category: Arch Linux

Whatsie – A simple desktop client for WhatsApp Web

Update: Whatsie is no longer available. It seems the developer abandoned this project. As of now, There is no WhatsApp client for Linux as per my knowledge. If I find anything, I will let you...

Getting started with Pacman

About Pacman Pacman, stands for Package Manager, is the default and simple library-based command line package management tool for Arch Linux and its derivatives. It allows us to easily install, remove, update, and upgrade packages along...

Check Installed Linux Kernels

How To Check Installed Linux Kernels

Ever wondered how many Linux Kernels you have installed in your Linux box? No? Well, this brief tutorial will teach you how to view or check installed Linux Kernels on different Linux operating systems. It’s...

Install Yaourt In Arch Linux

How To Install Yaourt In Arch Linux

Important Update: Please don’t use Yaourt. It is out dated and discontinued. Use Yay AUR helper instead. https://www.ostechnix.com/yay-found-yet-another-reliable-aur-helper/ Unlike most other Linux distributions, one main advantage of using Arch Linux is the users can add...

Reset Root User Password In Linux

How To Reset Root User Password In Linux

A while ago, we described how to reset root user password in Unix (FreeBSD). Today, we will see how to reset or recover root user password in Linux. Trust me resetting root user password is...

Arch Linux 2016 post installation

In our previous tutorial, we discussed about Arch Linux 2016 installation. Today, In this tutorial, we will be discussing about what should one to do after Arch Linux fresh installation. You might want to install...

How to install Arch Linux

Today I am going to show you how to install Arch Linux on to your system. Well, go ahead and download the latest version from the following location. Download Arch Linux As of writing this...