Author: Luke <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 9 Oct 2017 14:16:05 -0700
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-### Installing Arch Automatically
-You can use these scripts to install Arch automatically just by plugging in and booting into a Arch live USB, then by running the following commands (provided you have stable internet connection):
-curl -O http://lukesmith.xyz/larbs/arch.sh #Downloads the script.
-bash arch.sh #Runs it.
-After the system installs, you'll have the option of bootstrapping automatically into installing my configs as well.
### Installing my setup on an already existing Arch install
This is just as easy. Log in as the root user and run the following.
@@ -36,6 +25,18 @@ Finally, it will use `git` to download my [Voidrice](https://github.com/lukesmit
Then, finally, once that all is done, you should be able to log out, then log in as your newly created user and type `startx` to begin the graphical environment. Congrats!
+### Installing Arch Automatically
+I also have a script here for installing Arch automatically. I *only* wrote this script so I could quickly install then test the other scripts on new computers, but theoretically you could use it as well. *BUT* this is a lazy, pre-alpha script which does not give you many options (it automatically chooses the New York time zone, US English, GRUB, Network Manager, etc). Even more important, it automatically partitions /dev/sda without asking, so unless, you have no non-backed up data on your machine, I don't advise running it unless you don't mind a full wipe. That said, you can run it like this after booting into an Arch live environment:
+curl -O http://lukesmith.xyz/larbs/arch.sh #Downloads the script.
+bash arch.sh #Runs it.
+After the system installs, you'll have the option of bootstrapping automatically into installing my configs as well.
## How to Use
Once you're in the environment, just type Super/Mod/Windows+F1 to pull up a document that will explain everything.