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My latest Arch setup. I have been an Arch + Gnome user for a few years now. I installed i3 and I'm in love!!

Arch Linux,
i3 Window Manager
More details in the video description!

https://youtu.be/E6hrmRQj2bY
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+Oliver Wiegers​ Thanks very much. I have been a gnome user and installed i3 a week or so ago. Eventually I'll clean install with just i3 but for now it's nice to have the best of both worlds.
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Ali Saylıca

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I got curl ssl certificate error when i install app with yaourt
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+Maxime Poulin also doesn't help when we don't know what application, what variables are in play, when it started etc etc
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F. Ariel Jung

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When I installed Arch I wanted to install Pantheon desktop, but how I didn't know if I was going to install it right, I installed xfce4 with lightdm, after spending a two weeks trying to tweak it to make it looks like pantheon, I decided to leave it along and install Gnome desktop ( gnome gnome-extra). Now I don't know if is recomended to uninstall xfce4 or just leave it there.

I don't use it any more, should remove xfce4? 
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Lucas's profile photoImran Munshi's profile photo
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+F. Ariel Jung+Josh Sabboth​ is right. I keep playing with many DEs but always keep XFCE4 installed. It is a solid DE and never messes up noatter what I do with other DEs
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Boško ™

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Hats off to +midfingr for all his fine videos and isos.

He will be sorely missed. :o(
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Jim Scholfield's profile photosyl logus's profile photo
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Jim - that would be really really nice -  Ben, in El Paso, Tx.
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Erik Dubois

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Gonna try it out when i get home from work, judging by the screenshots you posted earlier the look good
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the arch way...
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very nice palette of colors guy
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Loren Dias

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Would anyone like to take a stab at a PKGBUILD for i3-hud-menu? I'm curious if it would work in Gnome as it does in XFCE for application menu searching.
http://www.webupd8.org/2016/06/how-to-get-unity-like-hud-searchable.html
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Loren Dias's profile photoDaniel Sandman's profile photo
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I agree. Menus as a way of navigation should die. It is slow and cumbersome. Personally I am using a tiling wm and do not have much need for a hud. What the hud gives in functionality I get by having the terminal accessible at all time. ;)
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Hello!
How to use two screens in archlinux?
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Rares Aioanei's profile photoMaxime Poulin's profile photo
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The answer is the first Google result, as usual: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Multihead
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Idriss Bellil

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Dear Community,

I have no login to the arch wiki (and I dont know how to subscribe and edit)

The Cisco PacketTracer installation became a very simple task that everybody can do (execution of the "install" script on all distributions)  for the latest version (7.0) on 64bit architectures, while the arch wiki is still suggesting enabling multilib repos, and installing some lib32 dependencies which is not necessary at all (I have installed PacketTracer 7 by the install script).

I just want others to be able to get it in the simplest way.

Edit 1:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PacketTracer
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Justen Robertson's profile photoAlexander Diana's profile photo
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Yeah, as a general rule you should never install software using a misc script, the package manager is there for a reason.
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Jaden Weiss

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My first real impression of arch:

30 chrome tabs open
3 games installing
1 game server running

and still below half of the maximum capacity.
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S*it happens. ;)
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Jaden Weiss

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Some of the older AMD cards are a pain to configure.
Some of you may have seen my post about my problems with graphics drivers, and this is what in the end fixed them.

Anyway, I want to save some other people time if they run into the same problem as I did.

I have linked a pastebin of my xorg configuration file. This is for a Radeon 6970 card (Cayman, Northern Islands). This took a while to get working fully.

To quickly load it, run this as root:

curl http://pastebin.com/raw/M3sFvVK9 > /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-radeon.conf

You should also have xf86-video-ati installed.
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Good post. Took me a while to figure out the same thing
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Erik Dubois

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NEW NEW NEW
Sardi got at a new monochrome icon set.
Soft for the eyes.
Sardi Mono Grey
in the aur
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Erik Dubois

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super-ultra-flat-numix-remix-git is an icon theme build upon 4 different icon sets - check github for more info
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Erik Dubois

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Sardi Icons got an update version 5.4-5.
In the Aur...
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Matt Dobson

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Playing around with Deadbeef.
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Ismail Bello's profile photoLen Zhang's profile photo
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what is the theme?
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Madhurjya Roy

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F. Ariel Jung's profile photoMadhurjya Roy's profile photo
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+F. Ariel Jung Are you using Gnome 3.20?
If so, install the extension, and go to:

~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions/netspeed@hedayaty.gmail.com

Edit the 'metadata.json' file in the above directory and add 3.20 to the list of shell-version.
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