Are you tired of frequent seeking or all these mega-piles of CDs constantly growing on your desktop? Is there any place left out there? Do you really need to wait another six months to update your software or get the feature you expect? Well, what I want to tell you is that there is a [...]
Archive of 'Arch'
[ Monday, 16 March 2009, Adam M. ]
[ Friday, 19 September 2008, TPJ ]
According to Ryan Cartwright, comparisons between GNU/Linux and commercial OSs are pointless. I cannot agree with him in this area, so I decided to write this rebuttal.
[ Sunday, 4 November 2007, mikrobart ]
You already know Pacman, the Archlinux software manager. Now it’s time to meet AUR and yaourt, the extra tools that can bring a fistful of apps on your desktop within just a few console commands. This article is part of the “Arch tools” series on polishlinux.org.
[ Friday, 26 October 2007, mikrobart ]
We are starting a short series of articles aiming to describe the key administration tools and packages used in Archlinux distribution. Today we are taking a closer look at Pacman — the Arch’s package manager of choice.
[ Friday, 4 May 2007, riklaunim ]
ArchLinux or Arch for short is one of the uprising new distributions. Well, at least compared to old folks like Debian or Slackware it’s still fresh and shining . Arch is gaining new users and good reviews every day. Let’s find out why this is happening.