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In England you sometimes see these "wavy" brick fences. And curious as it may seem, this shape uses FEWER bricks than a straight wall. A straight wall needs at least two layers of bricks to make is sturdy, but the wavy wall is fine thanks to the arch support provided by the waves.
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Took a hike to Delicate Arch and accidentally captured this moment
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Full moon passing through North Windows Arch, in Arches National Park, Utah.
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I Finally Tried Arch Linux for the First Time (from Ubuntu), and I am Surprised How Noob-Friendly It Is!

Ever since I was exposed to the Linux community, I was inevitably faced with all the talk and jokes about Arch Linux. It gave me the impression that Arch is an advanced user type of distro, a distro more difficult to use, maybe unnecessarily difficult, for people who enjoy self-torture for the purpose of looking like hacker man! And don't get me wrong, that is slightly appealing, but I discovered this was not really true. Arch is very noob friendly!

Now, I should clarify that Arch is still a minimal install distro. So this means that you will likely not have a very usable OS out of the box right after install. But to me, a noob isn't necessarily someone who doesn't want to learn, it's someone who doesn't know and lacks in knowledge; someone who's new. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING READY TO USE OUT OF THE BOX AFTER INSTALL, ARCH IS NOT FOR YOU. And I would not recommend it if it is your very first distro. But Arch is certainly for you if you are not exactly a Linux expert, but have some experience in it. There are a few things that Arch does very well to be noob friendly:

  1. The Arch Wiki is VERY GOOD. The Arch wiki does not only have info on how to install and setup arch, it had information on so many things! It has info on how to secure your system, info on so many desktop environments and how to set them up, and even how to start gaming or emulating consoles, and all kinds of popular Linux software. Arch wiki is extremely well written, and will be more than enough for you. Ignore any other source unless it is not in arch wiki.

  2. The community support is very good. It might not seem so because of some of the memes and the snobby "Arch btw, you're dumb for using Ubuntu" crowd, but the community is very helpful and willing to support. There is a common misconception that you will have a hard time finding support for anything other than Ubuntu, but most support questions that you find for Ubuntu online will work for arch. This isn't to say that I didn't find enough support that was arch specific (even though it'd probably work outside of arch).

  3. Pacman (the package manager) is very easy to use and noob-friendly, and it is very fast.

  4. When you build your system from a minimal install, you'll gain a lot of understanding of how it all works, and you'll become better and troubleshooting. Imo, arch is much easier to troubleshoot than Ubuntu. Ubuntu is loaded with things you don't know are there, whereas with arch, you built it from the ground up, you know much

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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"Buys 32gigs of ram but makes sure the system is running under 200 mb" - Just a normal arch user. ( Correct me if I'm wrong)
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"I am the Arch-fiend, the Despoiler of Worlds, and by my hands shall the false Emperor fall."
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[I hiked] The Mesa Arch trail, located in Canyonlands National Park. Moab, UT.
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Can we just appreciate Arch wiki?
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Not the best overlay in the world, but this spectacular game doesn’t exactly have a perfect scale. I made this based on confirmed landmarks. Lake Powell, Delicate Arch, Colorado Springs, and estimating Yellowstone by what looks like Old Faithful.
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Master oogway's arch nemesis.
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In case you don't know, ARCH motorcycles is a real-world custom motorcycle shop co-created by none other than Keanu Reeves.
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Anyone else notice the 2021 arch costs 2021 bells?
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Hey look there’s the Arch!
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Shameless arch propoganda
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i UsE ArCh BtW
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[Inhumane Resources S01E02] Charles uses Arch Linux to... do face recognition using Visual Studio?! reddit.com/gallery/kzg53l
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Arch users in a nutshell
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Designed an LED workstation arch for painting my minis.
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Let Trump’s Parting Shot To China Be Full U.S. Recognition of Taiwan -- It would be a fitting capstone to the first presidency in a half-century to recognize the PRC for the arch-foe that it is. amgreatness.com/2021/01/1…
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I use arch btw
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Real arch
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Turret Arch, Arches National Park at sunset! [1897x2372] [OC]
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I want to switch from Fedora to Arch Linux, and I have a little questions

Hi, I am a Ph.D. Student and I am a Fedora user for my whole linux time (But I tried Manjaro and Debian for a very little time and read some reviews about it), since it is between Debian (Stability) and Arch (Rolling release). And I have a friend who is an Arch Linux user and we hang out a lot after the end of quarantine. While we hang out I noticed the speed, simplicity, control and how resourceful and lightweight Arch Linux is and because he always boast how good it is. I also noticed how fast is pacman and how vast is AUR, it is very easy to install application in Arch Linux

      $ pacman -S <app name>

and for application which is not in official repo (correct me if I'm wrong, I just had a little peak on how he used it)

      $ git clone <app url>

      $ cd <app folder>

      $ makepkg -S 

compared to Fedora which has a little "more" complex method in installing app and have a little more thing like update fedora 33 before installing the app. I also noticed that Arch is very minimal compared to bloated Fedora. So we had a little discussion about Arch and there's some question I forgot to ask him. So here they are.

I use Fedora because I can and want to update only every 9 months and only needs a little maintenance. He said that Arch Linux has more extensive maintenance and needs to be updated more often than most of the distros. So

(1.) How long I can hold the updates of Arch Linux, and how much maintenance it needs? He said I can use the LTS version of linux, but did not give any more details.

(2.) How stable is Arch Linux, it seems like he always broke his system since he always tweak and configure many things.

(3.) How do you consider your system as "broken" in Arch Linux? I consider broken as not system not booting and system getting corrupted, so my definition of stable is usable system with no too much or bunch of errors when

   journalctl -p 3 -xb

is executed.

(4.) If I will install Arch Linux do I need to decrypt my Fedora encryption? my fedora setup encrypted my home drive, so do I need to decrypt it first before installing Arch? I never had that much experience in Linux since I settled at Fedora after trying and reading feedbacks about Manjaro and Debian for a day.

Cheers!

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I enjoyed the family arch its time to play the dlcs (: this game is really fun and I'm glad I a gave it a chance! reddit.com/gallery/kxnlkf
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In England you sometimes see these "wavy" brick fences. And curious as it may seem, this shape uses FEWER bricks than a straight wall. A straight wall needs at least two layers of bricks to make is sturdy, but the wavy wall is fine thanks to the arch support provided by the waves.
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Do you use Arch, btw?
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Therapist: Wide Arch isnt real, he cant hurt you. Wide arch:
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Why the Warhammer 40k community has a Nazi Problem (Arch/Games Workshop) youtube.com/watch?v=Ri-x0…
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Purple Arch [1920x1080]
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Someone mentioned the CLT skyline needing a large monument like the St. Louis Arch, so I mocked up this concept. What do you think of the Bojangles Spire?
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Do you use your Arch machine for work?

If so, does your job involve Linux specifically?

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Humber Bay Arch Bridge, yesterday morning.
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This has always been a funny part of the Thieves Guild questline for me. When you're tasked to steal your own Staff as Arch-Mage of the Mages Guild
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Anthony from LTT runs Arch. I always thought he was a Mac guy.
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I'm on PopOS!, and want to move to Arch. Vanilla or Manjaro?

Hey guys,

I recently installed a copy of vanilla Arch Linux using a QEMU virtual machine in Pop. It took me about an hour to do, and was reasonably difficult. However, after installing Xorg and Plasma, it felt balls slow (expected) but didn't look all too good. That was probably due to it running below 1080p (Should I use Xfce?). Now, my actual question is whether or not I should go through the process of installing vanilla Arch or install Manjaro when I inevitably want to leave Pop (It's great, but I like the rolling release concept of Arch and it's advantages with gaming). Do I gain much from installing pure Arch? Should I just use Manjaro? Should these be obvious?

k bye (and thanks)

edit: I think I'll go with vanilla Arch. I'm a fan of minimalism and installing it on bare metal should probably be easier than on a VM. In case that doesn't work, I'll go EndeavorOS (then Manjaro). Thank you everyone for commenting, I learned a lot today. Shout out to the Wiki, LearnLinuxTV, ChrisTitusTech, and you guys!

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[Hughes] Damian Lillard Calls Russell Westbrook His NBA β€˜Arch Nemesis’ nbcwashington.com/news/sp…
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"I am the Bane of Cowdenbeath The Scourge of Auchtermuchty Arch-Foe of the Questlords of Inverness...."
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That arch tho πŸ™ŒπŸΎ v.redd.it/e1mf1b4ow0a61
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Sorry arch users
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From Fanboy to Arch Nemesis
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It's rare that I feel real emotion for a Destiny character as of the past two expansions, but knowing what Spider did to Crow's shell is appalling. The Writing for Crow and his entire story arch is amazing.

And fascinating. I can't wait to see where future seasons take Crow, especially in his relationships with other guardians.

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Under the Double Arch in Arches National Park, Moab, UT [OC] [3648x5472]
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Installed arch first time

I installed arch today on my first try and it was successful , im so happy and i have never felt so good . not to brag but i have learnt many things regarding linux today .Building one feels so good like laying out the partitions myself nd doing many other conf stuff Arch wiki is so great. I hope I'll learn more stuff on the way

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[GIVEAWAY] Festive season DIY and Items / Gift Pile DIY / Falling Snow Wall DIY / Festive Rug DIY / 2021 Celebratory Arch / Toy day Sleigh and more + 100 NMt + 1,000,000 Bells πŸ’–βœ¨

Happy festive season everyone πŸŽ„

This giveaway will have 1 winner, the winner will get 4 DIY + 10 toy day / new year Items + 100 Nmt + 1 million bells:

DIY : Gift Pile DIY / Falling Snow Wall DIY / Festive Rug DIY / Festive Wrapping paper DIY ✨

Items : Toy Day Sleigh / 2021 Celebratory Arch / Jingle's Photo / kadomatsu / kagamimochi / zodiac ox figurine / New year's Shimekazari / New year's noodle / Beliner / Sparkling Cider

100 Nmt

1,000,000 bells

To enter, just comment anything that make you happy recently OR comment on any TV Series or Movie you think is worth watching πŸ’– Winner will be chosen via reddit raffle in about 24 hours from now and will be given 24 hours to respond.

One entry per person please, only account more than 1 day old is allowed for the raffle. Winner will be notified by DM and/or chat.

Ty, good luck everyone and stay safe!

Edit: Really nice going through all your comment. Ty for all your comment.

Edit: 10.00 am here closing soon in 30 mins winner will be announce here.

Edit : Proof https://www.redditraffler.com/raffles/khwnoq . Contacting winner

Ty all so much for participating in this giveaway

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Arch helped make my dream come true (seriously)

Dear Arch community,

Friendly Gentoo user here. Just thought I’d come and share my story briefly.

A few years ago I decided to buy an underpowered machine, forcing me to use various distros of GNU/Linux until finally gaining enough confidence and inspiration by other Arch users to take the journey myself.

Eventually, this experience led to an opportunity to work in IT with the help of a good friend. My dream of working as a programmer and infrastructure engineer finally came true last year.

It hasn’t been easy but I wanted to at least come and extend my gratitude to you, the community, and Arch. I truly believe that without you it wouldn’t have been possible.

Thank you sincerely!

I’m sure there are plenty of Arch users out there with a similar story or motivation to work in IT someday too. Inspiration fuels inspiration. Don’t forget those that help you get there and Godspeed!

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Why are my steam fonts looking so distorted? I'm on arch (btw)
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Just an normal day around Spanish Arch
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