Installing Arch Linux Using Revenge Graphical Installer

Installing Arch Linux

13 Responses

  1. Thomas Giudici says:

    Be careful-the link shown defaults to 32 bit iso.

    • SK says:

      It shows the homepage of Revenge installer. The developer has put the 32bit ISO as default in download section. We can get 64 bit ISO by clicking on the “Browse All Files” link.

  2. Eddie O'Connor says:

    This looks good! I might get this and install it on my spare desktop. I guess with al the options I have for a desktop I’d probably go with either i3wm….MATE….or XFCE. Definitely going to give this a look. I’ve been wanting to use Arch for the longest while but could never get past their installation…(too complicated and time consuming!) Here’s hoping I’ll finally get Arch to run on my network with no problems! Thanks for the info!!

  3. أبو عبد الله بوزغوب says:

    Thank you so much.

  4. Diego Di says:

    what about nvidia driver how to install it?

    • SK says:

      My test machines doesn’t have Nvidia. So, I don’t know how to install it. Sorry about that. Arch Linux recognizes drivers automatically. If it doesn’t, you need to check the manufacturer’s website.

  5. Shivam Agrawal says:

    There’s just one thing I want to know. Is there any difference between the plain arch when it’ll be installed? And will the bootloader will have somthing written like “revenge” or will it be just like the Arch’s bootloader?

    • SK says:

      It is just a GUI installer script for Arch Linux. There is no difference between official Arch and Revenge installer except the theme and desktop wallpaper.

  6. Mariusz Mach says:

    there is one thing which I would like to know on r710 servers that installer all the time breaking the partition tables during bootloader installation ( even if you will pick thgat you do not want it . , question is if there there is any way to just totally skip that step ?

  7. Juliano says:

    Anyone have aclogin problems? After install.

  8. RB says:

    According to their website, uefi support was added

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