1. What is Ariser?
Ariser brings a fresh perspective to Arch Linux installations with its two key offerings: the ALIS (Arch Linux Install Script) for a smooth, pre-configured setup, and the Ariser ISO, a custom Arch Linux ISO that impresses with its rapid installation time of just 129 seconds, equipped with the Xfce4 desktop environment.

2. Who benefits from Ariser?
Ariser is crafted for the Linux enthusiast, perfect for both novices and experts in Arch Linux. It’s ideal for anyone eager to customize their Linux setup effortlessly.

3. When is Ariser most useful?
Ariser proves invaluable when you need an efficient Arch Linux installation, whether you’re configuring a new system or tailoring an existing one to your specifications.

4. Where can you learn more about Ariser?
To delve into all that Ariser has to offer, visit our website, your portal to simplifying your Linux installation process.

5. Why choose Ariser?
Ariser is the top choice for those venturing into Arch Linux due to its emphasis on easing the installation process and providing unparalleled customization opportunities. It combines convenience with the latest in technology to ensure your setup is both advanced and personalized.

Using the default iso

User: erik
Password: erik

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1 Introduction to the ALIS project

https://picodotdev.github.io/alis/AA or now ARISERstands forArch + ALIS Introduction to a New Project: Introduces Alis, an Arch Linux install script developed by "Pico", emphasizing its fast, automated, and customizable installation process. Alis as a Learning...

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...

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...

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. The tutorial progresses to the...

6 Installing the Ariser iso

We decided to install the AA (now renamed to Ariser) 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...

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...

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...

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.In the context of Arch Linux, LUKS2 (Linux Unified Key Setup 2) refers to the second version of the standard for hard disk encryption....