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Jesse Avalos

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nice look
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Mehedi Hasan

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#Kodi, formerly known as XBMC, is very polished, powerful and versatile open source application which offers all sort of options to make a PC an amazing Home #Theater #PC in conjunction with Big Screen TV and Hi-Fi audio system. #WiredMahir #Ubuntu #LinuxMint #ArchLinux #Debian #OpenSUSE
http://www.wiredmahir.com/install-kodi-ubuntu-debian-arch-linux-opensuse/
Kodi, formerly known as XBMC, is very polished, powerful and versatile open source application. Here i will show you how to install Kodi on Linux.
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Just a follow up question to see what you guys (and gals are using)

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wow you guys (and gals?) like polls huh? Over 900 votes!! Very good - thanks to every single one who voted
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Gnome
42%
KDE
21%
Xfce
16%
Stacking Window Maanager
2%
Tiling Window Manager
19%
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Per-Johan Halsli's profile photoKevin Knerr's profile photo
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LXDE w/ Fluxbox on my main system. LXDE on my netbook and media system. Mint on my wife's desktop.
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Wayne F

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Hi,
Please could someone advise/provide a solution for the following problem:

Arch install: track pad is mapped to the screen. Touch top left of track pad and the mouse pointer moves to the top left of the screen, and so on.

I've installed xf86-input-synaptics as per Google research.

Once installed the following message appears:

xf86-input-synaptics driver is on maintenance mode and
xf86-input-libinput driver must be prefered over.

'synaptics' doesn't work, so the problem still persists.

At this point 'libinput' is not installed.

I've removed 'synaptics' and installed 'libinput' as per the above message.

'libinput' doesn't resolve the issue either.

I've never experienced this problem on any of my previous arch installs, so I'm intrigued to find out the problem and more importantly the solution.

Thanks for your help.

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+Josh Sabboth Lol!! Soo very true.
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Which terminal do you prefer to use?

If it's not an alternative - write it in comments

Just to be clear - users of Antergos -Manjaro or other derivatives don't need to vote. Not interested in what they use. I want to know what those using Arch prefer
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urxvt (rxvt-unicode)
32%
termite
11%
st
4%
terminator
33%
teminix
20%
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I'm using Tilda
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alex diavatis

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Mind if I share a video? I dont monetize them!

1. GNOME 3.22 is on unstable.
You can add this entry on the top of /etc/pacman.conf

[gnome-unstable]
Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

2. This is Terminix compiled from Github but there is also an AUR-Git for it.
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/terminix-git/

And it is so cool to use this program from git rather stable versions. It weekly has new features, and I never hit a serious bug. And I got it since start and always from Github!
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+alex diavatis usually to type commands or write in files in more than one host, server or vm at once.
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Hi everyone, dark and troubled time are ahead of me. I found another graphic card sitting in my desk so I decided to use it in order to have 3 or 4 monitors connected to this desktop computer running Arch. First try: I log in but only my two monitors connected to my nvidia 310 were working, strange thing is I cannot shutdown this computer, only logout option is enabled in Budgie. So i log out and log in again and it switched to my third monitor connected to this new ATI card, again no shutdown option. And that's it. I'm stuck. Cant use my three monitor at once and cant shutdown. Any advice?
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+William Maxwell Iceladen
What is the benefit of doas vs sudo.

I'm normally all up for choice but I'm not seeing the benefit of doas.

Apparently it has a simpler syntax than sudo(ers). Quickly ddging round I'm getting heavy wafts of the NIH stench around doas.

If there truly is a benefit I may switch but there would have to be a feature. 
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I've reinstalled Arch Linux with KDE Plasma 5. Well, I got one problem:
First off, I don't like Alsa, so I installed PulseAudio (comes with KDE). I have a Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Titanium I want to use. The problem is that the input (microphone) is always routed to the output (my headphones) again. Applications can hear the microphone, too, and the normal sound output works, too. Can anyone help me with fixing this issue?

+Aniket Bhattacharyea Do you know a fix for that issue?
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+Sven Karsten Greiner I know, but it works better than ALSA for some reason.
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Jaden Weiss

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Here is a script I wrote which will eventually generate working container images for a project to automate building/testing of the AUR

The end result is uploaded to transfer.sh at the end of the Travis log
archcontainer - A container with arch linux
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Levi Zhou

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Just wanna an Arch wallpaper for my phone. I like this logo so much. Thanks
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+Josh Sabboth ty 😀 
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Si Cam

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I was wondering has there ever been a case of a malicious Arch User Repository script in the history of the user Repository?
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Josh Sabboth's profile photoSerge Lussier (bretzelus)'s profile photo
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I dunno if it is within the scripts or whatever else, but something happens every time I leave Archlinux to try and play with any other distros. I just can't leave archlinux for the good. I always return to "home".

(Sorry, I couldn't resist). :)

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jess olazo

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Just change my DE from Gnome 3 to LXDE. I do have some issues in ram with Gnome.
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+Topias Salakka Good for you.
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Mohamed Ashraf

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Please, anyone knows how to put grub.cfg and themes in the esp partition??
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+Jim Scholfield​ efibootmgr does The thing! Thanx for the correction!
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Jesse Avalos

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Arch Budgie
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Are you able to seperate the power options from the Raven menu?
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dagnachew argaw

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Arch Linux + 2bwm !!!! Oh yeah 
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+Jan Palach Iosevka
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Aleksey Shi

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Anybody does install and use ownCloud? How difficult to do it?
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Thankyou everyone, sirs.
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Unixstickers

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Hi Arch-ers.. we are running a limited time discount on our entire Arch Linux collection.
You can get it here-> http://unixstickers.link/archlinux30g
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Serge Lussier (bretzelus)'s profile photoJosh Sabboth's profile photo
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+Serge Lussier Yes, I would order one right away if there was one available.
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Arch + i3wm = ON!
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Mardii D King's profile photoLeandro Menezes do Nascimento's profile photo
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+Mardii D King Terminator. However, I also have KDE installed next to the i3wm. I think this scroll bar is heritage Konsole.
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Hello archers!

I'm going to install arch beside the Windows with BitLocker protected drives. Are there any options to have access to that drives from Linux?

Thanks in advance!
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Eugeniy Mozhevitin's profile photoJosh Sabboth's profile photo
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Just skip past the installation instructions as dislocker is in the arch repos
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