Read a lot of pages in the arch linux wiki, and finally I'll install the OS, the problem is that they have a large collection of commands that I don't understand (the prefixes are illegible) so I made a text file like a cook recipe for the installation.
loadkeys la-latin1 iw dev wifi-menu -o [iw dev output device name] cfdisk lsblk mkfs -t ext4 dev/sdaX /* here comes the swap part */ mount dev/sdaX /mnt swapon xxx pacstrap /mnt base base-devel grub-bios networkmanager os-prober genfstab -U -p /mnt >> /mnt/etc/fstab ... .. .
The thing is that I want to use swap files instead of swap partition, because I hate that messy swap table with windows.
I read a post of swap in the arch linux but I think needs a re check because I couldn't understand it at all, what is
chmod 600?. Are the steps in right order?,
And I don't trust the "automated method".
How do I make a swap file just with the / folder, what lines should I add to the txt