I’m using archlinux. It never auto-suspend before a recent system upgrade(maybe I updated the kernel?).
On my arch server, I was setting up users restricted to their home directories. I ran:
When installing software in debian systems we can put something like this:
The problem is simple – I have a .deb package and I want to install it on my Arch Linux. Is this possible? If yes, how?
In Arch Linux, if I do
ls -l in
/sbin, I can see that
poweroff are all symlinks to
/usr/bin/systemctl. But issuing
systemctl commands obviously does not all have the same behaviour.
I have a package that’s installed on my PC as an dependency to another package.
I wanted to have a go at creating my very own Linux Distribution. Could you suggest some nice and easy-to-follow tutorials (preferably text based and not videos).
I have heard something about Arch Linux but I don’t know how to go from there. What do I need?
I can’t find my sshd logs in the standard places.
I have recently installed Arch Linux and found that I am eating away at a lot of storage relatively quickly. For whatever reason I have already used 17GB in just about 2 weeks. I do not have a great deal of software installed so I am led to believe that all of the old packages are maintained somewhere.
Based on various sources I have cobbled together