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Josh Sabboth
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After 8 years of running Archlinux, I finally got a tshirt. They had different colors but I bought the navy blue one. Their Hane's Beefy tshirts so they are not the thin cheap ones. I bought it for $8.99 from here:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/331227690288

Reposted as I forgot to add the pic
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go arch
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Gordian Edenhofer

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Arch first!
Source: https://youtu.be/WxRLa5hTGkg
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The best thing about arch is that it is there is you want it. If you don't like it or you have trouble with it it is trivial to revert to an earlier version or just use something else
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Josh Sabboth
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Here is a very nice extensive list. If you do not see one that you use, just remember that anyone can edit the wiki (as long as you have an account anyway)
Tip: This page exists primarily to make easier search through multiple categories. Use links in template on top to view its subcategories as separate pages. Please consider installing the pkgstats package, which provides a timer that sends a list of the packages installed on your system, ...
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Todd Miller

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Tried my 1st Arch install. Got all the way to where I reboot for the 1st time, after rebooting I kept getting 404 errors from trying to connect with the repositories. Any idea what went wrong??
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Configuring network connectivity during the install does not always get it working afterwards.  Best way forward is to find out the name of your ethernet adapter with 'ip link', then run 'systemctl start dhcp@<adapter name>', eg. 'systemctl start dhcp@enp2s0'. Dont forget to also run 'systemctl enable 'dhcp@<adapter name>' if you want the internet started at boot every time.
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Simon Hofmann

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I'm finally moving my system onto an SSD. Synching data right now! 
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I'm already configuring!
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Kyaw Myatthu

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Kapil Jindal

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A great thing about Linux is that you’re not limited to whichever desktop environment ships with the distribution you installed. If you dislike the default DE, just install another one – or two, for that matter. But which one? Perhaps this article can help you decide.
If you dislike your default Linux DE, just install another one. Here are the top 10 best Linux Desktop Environments available For users in 2015.
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Cinnamon is coming first in my book!
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Patrik Zelena

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My spotify always seg fault.
Anybody face this?
Or have any solution?

Regards!
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Only downgrading or upgrading will help, segmentation faults are dead end..... [at least for me]...
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Pato Martinez

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Yes it's a hp dv6000 ... 
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I just discovered this awesome visual top command (written in node.js), which is a great replacement for top or htop in some situations.

It's just two commands away on your Arch-Box:

$ sudo pacman -S nodejs
$ sudo npm install -g vtop

Love it!
vtop - Wow such top. So stats. More better than regular top. Written in node.js
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Really cool, I just installed this in all me servers.
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Hi people!

I'm currently trying to decide on a self-hosted cloud platform (to use instead of Dropbox/Google Drive), but I can't really decide what to go with.

Can anyone recommend, based on own experience, any self-hosted clouds?

The plan is that the server should run on a Raspberry Pi with Arch Linux ARM, and be used mainly for personal file storage, sharing of specific files/folders and backups.

The poll consists of some of the possible platforms I've been looking at, but I'd be happy to get more suggestions!
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ownCloud
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Cozy
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Pydio
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Actually it's a big plus rather than a minus. You can just setup syncthing on your server and it will behave like dropbox (syncing/upload files when one peer is offline).
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My new favourite T-shirt.
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+Aleksey Shi Yeah, cool!
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Happy Easter !
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Swapnil Bhartiya

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Always wanted to tell the story of why I use Arch. Once you go Arch, you never go back. That has been my experience so far and I am a loyal openSUSE/Kubuntu user. Once in a while I will try Linux Mint, Ubuntu and other distros but I always come back to Arch within a week or so.

It will hook you because it gives you an unbloated, fully customized system. You'll love how easy it is to install apps. (How hard is it to 'yaourt amarok' and then type 'y' for yes?) And availability of the latest packages immediately is the killer feature - no competition there. And the icing on the cake is the rolling release.

THIS is exactly what a Linux user wants.

All that said, Arch Linux is not for everyone. It does take effort and a user's desire to learn and try things out to make it work. You need to know stuff, or know friends who know stuff. If you are not willing to learn and try you will end up with leaky pipes, exposed live wires and, at worst, a house on fire.

Arch is for those who are willing to invest time in Linux. Because everything has to be configured manually, there is no spoon feeding. You will learn, in the process of using Arch, how the basics of a Linux system work. And once you learn that, everything else becomes easier.
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In my experience, the hands-on installation of Arch taught me how the system works, which means when anything goes wrong, I know how to diagnose and usually fix the problem. When I try to fix a problem on other distros, the whole system is slightly different, which makes the problem that much harder to fix -- rather embarrassing when I do tech support for people I persuaded to switch to Linux! 
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Edoardo Rosa

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Contribute to numix-cinnamon development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Cool.
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I have a little annoyance with google chrome, when listening to internet radio streaming it plays for about 30-45 minutes than sound stops.
If i stop the stream and play again it will continue to play and stops again after a time.

Im running arch kde on a acer netbook with 2 gb ram, and really dont wanna ditch kde.

any sugestion?
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hm..I have similar problem with IPTV stream over wi-fi...losing sound. But in my case problem comes from router for sure.

So if ur radio uses same protocol as my tv, it might be networking problem.
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thermoplastics

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What are the best AUR helpers for Arch-based Linux distributions? Which one do you prefer to use, is it missing from the list?
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+Josh Sabboth All of that is user editable, so if there is anything you would like to see added, please feel free to jump on in and do so. :D
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PHIL FORBAN

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yaourt -S htop-temperature
Interactive process viewer with added support for CPU temperature
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pacaur -S htop-temperature

lol
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jeff m

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I am getting back into using Arch.  What do you recommend as the best GUI for a box with low RAM like 256m?
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+Pyrrho Ruan Ha, I forgot all about JWM. 
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