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I'm currently installing Archlinux on my new computer but Windows seems to be installed using UEFI and I'm quite in a rush right now and I don't have time to install Archlinux using EFISTUB or something like that (it seems very painfull to perform).
So here is my question : Is there a live persistant distribution based on Archlinux (and quite easy to install) ?
Except FaunOS because I can't find it anywhere on the internet (it seems that the project has been discontinued). In the best case I would like to have a Gnome3 desktop. Can someone help me ? =)

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Since you're running Arch on your desktop computer already, the archiso scripts could be what you're looking for:

Archiso is a small set of bash scripts that is capable of building fully functional Arch Linux based live CD and USB images. It is a very generic tool, so it could potentially be used to generate anything from rescue systems, install disks, to special interest live CD/DVD/USB systems, and who knows what else. Simply put, if it involves Arch on a shiny coaster, it can do it. The heart and soul of Archiso is mkarchiso.

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Archbang and Manjaro both are distroes based on Arch-Linux with an easy to use install script, both have ability to be used as a Live system using a CD/DVD drive or any USB drive;

In USB mode there are some way to install ArchBang as a persistent system.

Here is a tutorial on how to make a live persistent distribution.

Take look at chakra, it has a very nice installer.

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Look here: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/

Universal USB installer is a Live Linux USB Creator WITH PERISTENCE.

It says:

"Universal-USB-Installer-1.9.1.0.exe – September 7, 2012 – Changes

Update to support Liberte 2012.3, Knoppix 7.04, Lucid Puppy 528.005, parted magic 2012.08.09, and Archlinux 2012.08.04. Added WifiSlax."

It says further down the list that Archbang can be installed.

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I'm running Arch on my desktop computer so the .exe isn't a solution :D –  Depado Sep 10 '12 at 10:50
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