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Arch Linux is a simple, lightweight, rolling Linux distribution aimed at keeping things simple. Use this tag for questions specific to Arch Linux. Do NOT use this tage for derivatives, such as Manjaro.

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You should need systemd-sysvcompat if you want to use init. The /sbin/init is a simple symbolic link to /lib/systemd/systemd (see PKGBUILD) provided by systemd-sysvcompat. So if you want to boot your …
answered Oct 19 '13 by uzsolt
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Check (my) /etc/vconsole.conf: KEYMAP="hu" See releated wikipage for more information!
answered May 12 '13 by uzsolt
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pacman -Qt prints packages whose doesn't need on system (maybe you need it). I hope I didn't misunderstand you.
answered Dec 4 '12 by uzsolt
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If you want install a package that is available only from AUR, yaourt will download the desired package's PKGBUILD (and maybe some other files) and with PKGBUILD (the makepkg program) will build the p …
answered May 22 '13 by uzsolt
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If you don't want to (re)install all packages you can do a trick: check /var/lib/pacman/local's subdirectories, and their files, which contains all installed files per package. So a simple, not teste …
answered Jul 13 '13 by uzsolt