When you install packages from AUR, your system has to compile them. To do so, it needs to use some other packages, called dependencies.
See this as assembling some furniture. You need some tools, let's say a hammer and a screwdriver, but only for the assembling part : they are not useful to you anymore after the furniture is ready.
Some dependencies are ...
The reason you're probably getting these errors is because the ~/bin folder contains programs added to your $PATH, via ~/.profile.
I recommend making a new user on the machine, and copy all of the contents of their ~/bin directory to a ~/bin directory in your user directory.
What you have on your desktop is a Xinerama display. You can move your mouse cursor as well as windows from one monitor to the other seamlessly. To X, it's one logical display with one screen. Regardless through how many real outputs it is displayed. That's why :0 and :0.0 are the same and the other display:screen identifiers don't work.
You want the -clip ...
That depends on the contents of the device. More specifically, it depends on whether or not there is a known superblock that provides a label.
This can be a filesystem superblock (like ext4, xfs, fat, iso9660, ...), a swap device, a raid superblock (mdadm), or even a crypt container (LUKS2).
Accordingly you can specify a label when you mkfs a filesystem, ...
there is an audio codec 'fixup' for this laptop
use this command in terminal
echo 'options snd-hda-intel model=alc295-hp-x360' | sudo tee --append /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf
this creates a file alsa-base.conf (file name can be anything, but must end in '.conf' in /etc/modprobe.d/ folder)
reboot to load laptop model configuration for audio driver
NVIDIA sells a lot more GPUs to Windows users and OEMs than it sells to Linux users, so I am dubious that NVIDIA would neglect the performance of their Windows drivers, to answer your last question.
Now, Minecraft alone as a test app may work very fast with one particular app and OS combination, but as you will see when you look online, the pros will use ...
you can refer to this content check process to show you long you use your apps or program.
applications are displaying content on my screen
for that condition you can search by the apps name which give output.
You have seen that your new kernel Arch Linux, with Linux 5.2.0-rc7-test is the third entry in submenu Advanced options for Arch Linux?
If it's still not showing, then try the following:
Press c in the grub menu for the command line
Enter echo $prefix Enter, this should show your partition and path to /boot/grub. Verify that this is the correct partition.
I realised what the problem was... I hadn't seen the page for USB installation so I hadn't done some important steps...
In /etc/mkinitcpio.conf move the block and keyboard hooks before the autodetect hook and re-create the initial ramdisk with mkinitcpio -p linux.
When installing GRUB, i forgot to add --removable which I think was the really important step....
It's an AppImage, so after you have made sure all listed dependencies are installed, you download the Unity 3d file, put it where you want it, go there (preferably in the path), and make it executable with
$ chmod a+x unityhub-2.0.2.AppImage
then launch it.
Replace TZ=UTC with env TZ=UTC. TZ=UTC is bash (POSIX shell) syntax. env, on another hand, is a program in itself. This is why when you run the command in terminal it works. You can find more info in the env manual page.