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Complete Arch Linux Installation, Part 2: Graphical User Interface & Packages

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Welcome to the second part of the Arch Linux installation tutorial! We are installing Arch because of the amount of users who want to learn how to get into Linux. Arch is a simple, minimalistic distro, designed not to hold the users hand, but to push them to know their system and customize it to the core. This will make you feel accomplished, as well as give you the extra edge of being knowledgeable of the GNU/Linux operating systems.

In this Null Byte, we will be going over graphics and wireless setup, as well as a heap of useful packages and daemons to have. But first, you need to ask yourself some questions…

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