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I`m pretty much a newbie to linux and a complete newbie to archlinux. I started Archlinux after grub and I see a

[root@archiso ˜]#

command bash. The installation guide tells me to either type

/arch/setup

or

aif -p interactive

to start the interactive installation routine with the Archlinux installation framework. However the bash console tells me "aif: command not found" (I tried if even only "aif" works). Am I at the wrong place? Thanks a lot for your time.

I`m pretty much a newbie to linux and a complete newbie to archlinux. I started Archlinux after grub and I see a

[root@archiso ˜]#

command bash. The installation guide tells me to either type

/arch/setup

or

aif -p interactive

to start the interactive installation routine with the Archlinux installation framework. However the bash console tells me "aif: command not found" (I tried if even only "aif" works). Am I at the wrong place? Thanks a lot for your time.

I started Archlinux after grub and I see a

[root@archiso ˜]#

command bash. The installation guide tells me to either type

/arch/setup

or

aif -p interactive

to start the interactive installation routine with the Archlinux installation framework. However the bash console tells me "aif: command not found" (I tried if even only "aif" works). Am I at the wrong place? Thanks a lot for your time.

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archlinux aif command not found

I`m pretty much a newbie to linux and a complete newbie to archlinux. I started Archlinux after grub and I see a

[root@archiso ˜]#

command bash. The installation guide tells me to either type

/arch/setup

or

aif -p interactive

to start the interactive installation routine with the Archlinux installation framework. However the bash console tells me "aif: command not found" (I tried if even only "aif" works). Am I at the wrong place? Thanks a lot for your time.