5 Building the iso

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...
4 Configuration of ALIS

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

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...
3 Creation of our own Ariser github – ArchLinux + ALIS

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...
0 Showcase

0 Showcase

BSPWM LXDE i3 + Linux hardened GNOME BUDGIE BTRFS + PLASMA BTRFS + XFCE4 REISERFS + PLASMA F2FS + PLASMA XFS + MATE XFCE4 –...