Arch Linux + Alis
Selling points of ALIS
- We trust on the knowledge of the developer of ALIS
- An easy and fast way to install Arch Linux.
Selling points of Ariser iso
- We trust in a team of developers from Arch Linux
- We trust the tool archiso and its releng settings
- We can build the iso anytime or reuse it
- We can get the latest ALIS changes in via git pull
xfce4 is the default desktop
Any desktop can be installed in less than 4 minutes
Fastest installation time of Arch Linux and Xfce4 = 129 seconds
Before building your own Ariser iso
Download our iso and test it out
Download the Ariser iso and boot up
1. Start the installation by typing this command in the TTY
You now have an Arch Linux with Xfce4 – you can stop here or continue with the optional steps.
2. After rebooting get the nemesis scripts (optional) – Type in a terminal
3. Run script 0-current-choices.sh from the Nemesis folder in ~/DATA. (optional)
Want to build your own Ariser ISO?
1. Get the code to be able to build the iso yourself
git clone https://github.com/ariser-installer/ariser
2. Create your own github project online and copy/paste our code in your project. Later you can make small changes when you start experimenting
git clone https://github.com/ariser-installer/alis
3. Change the github reference to yours in the build script in AA – around line 170 – see video
4 . Change the content of alis.conf and alis-packages.conf and always push it to your github
5. From time to time compare your content with the content of the ALIS project (see this article)
It is all explained to your from A till Z in this article.
13 How to create an encrypted system
The Alis scripts let you choose if you want encryption or not. It will encrypt your root partition and home partition with luks2.
12 How to create your own personal iso – area iso as example – plasma
This project is worthy of your attention. It took me 60 minutes to create my personal iso from Ariser and Sierra. Choose ... what formatting system swap or not and how many display manager desktop and so much more Check out the menu BYOI or build your own iso at the...
11 How to add other desktops to the AA – our example is Dusk
Adding more and more desktops or application to the ALIS project is super simple. Follow the tutorial and you will quickly get the procedure to follow. You can add as many desktops and as many applications as you want.
10 From time to time you will need to compare your code with the new code from the ALIS project
The ALIS project will evolve over time - in these few days Budgie and Bspwm have been added for example.We will maintain this project only periodically. Our main attention goes to ArcoLinux. So from time to time you do a git pull in the folder of the ALIS project....
9 Installing Lxde with Linux-lts kernel
Let us install LXDE with a Linux Lts kernel. We change our project locally and push it to github when finished. On the iso we get the new code in and follow the installation procedure: 1. change your keyboard if needed2. navigate to /alis or /alis-dev3. run...
8 Installing Cinnamon on EXT4 on Qemu
Let us install Cinnamon. We change our project locally and push it to github when finished. On the iso we get the new code in and follow the installation procedure: 1. change your keyboard if needed2. navigate to /alis or /alis-dev3. run ./start.sh4. stop the script...
7 How to edit files in the live environment – procedure
BTRFS + PLASMABTRFS + XFCE4In the live environment we decided to use BTRFS instead of EXT4. Then we run ./alis.sh and wait.Tips and Tricks VirtualBox and Vmware use /dev/sda as naming convention. Qemu uses /dev/vda. Grub can be used on BIOS and UEFI.Refind and systemd...
6 Installing the AA iso
We decided to install the AA iso in Vmware workstation. The script to install Vmware is on https://github.com/erikdubois/arcolinux-nemesis. We check the settings and mount the iso. There are settings in Vmware to set your iso to be the first one. I showed a...
5 Building the iso
Dev stands for Development. We will show you how easy it is to build an iso. We are using the archiso package and all the Arch Linux packages. We show you the content of the build folder - it will contain /etc/dev-rel and our nanorc.Tips and Tricks VirtualBox and...
4 Configuration of ALIS
Configuring can be an endless source of fun (or frustration). We read the alis.conf together and explain the lines. Then we compare my code with the official code and you will see I had to edit and figure out quite a bit. So will you. You need to fill in the...
3 Creation of our own Ariser github – ArchLinux + ALIS
We will now create a new github project called ARISER (AA). AA stands or Arch and Alis. We did a name change from AA to ARISER. Remember that when you watch the videos. We separate the creation the Arch Linux iso from the Alis project. In the future we can add other...
2 Creation of our own ALIS github
We go get the code from the official website. git clone https://github.com/picodotdev/alis/ We change the name so we know that is the official code and we stay off. We only go in there to do a git pull and check the new code. You can use tools like gitahead or...
1 Introduction to the ALIS project
https://picodotdev.github.io/alis/AAstands for Arch + ALISAWESOME SPEEDUNATTENTED
BSPWMLXDEi3 + Linux hardenedGNOMEBUDGIEBTRFS + PLASMABTRFS + XFCE4REISERFS + PLASMAF2FS + PLASMAXFS + MATEXFCE4 - EXT4
PLAYLIST OF ALL ARISER YOUTUBE VIDEOS