How to burn an iso to a usb on ArchLabs

How to burn an iso to a usb on ArchLabs

There are many tools to burn an iso to a usb. But I do have some requirements : fast simple kiss (keep it simple and stupid) reliable graphical When creating Sardi icons and Surfn icons I have burned all these iso’s of this list on a usb WITHOUT FAULT. So I...
Finetuning the AP-Weather conky from ArchLabs

Finetuning the AP-Weather conky from ArchLabs

Conky is a free software system monitor. It is available for Linux. Conky is highly configurable and is able to monitor many system variables including the status of the CPU, memory, swap space, disk storage, temperatures, processes, network interfaces, battery power,...
ArchLabs 4.0 Nemesis customization

ArchLabs 4.0 Nemesis customization

After installing Archlabs 4.0 you might still be missing software, themes and icons. I recommend to use Github as described in this article to be able to quickly upgrade to your ideal version of Archlabs. Run the scripts you like. Save your personal settings and...
How to change the Aureola conky configuration code

How to change the Aureola conky configuration code

This article will be come a collection of all little changes anyone can make on any distro. Aureola is intended to run anywhere. But some commands are depending on the availability of software and/or hardware. Changing the colours of the conky In this example I will...
How to make a personal lock screen forArchLabs

How to make a personal lock screen forArchLabs

In  this installation article we have explained you where to download the iso of ARCHLabs, how to install ARCHLabs and how to customize ARCHLabs. We went into detail about the essential parts of openbox like tint2, the conky and the openbox menu. We made also a...
How to make a personal theme to logout in ArchLabs

How to make a personal theme to logout in ArchLabs

In  this installation article we have explained you where to download the iso of ARCHLabs, how to install ARCHLabs and how to customize ARCHLabs. We went into detail about the essential parts of openbox like tint2, the conky and the openbox menu. We made also a...
How to install software on ArchLabs

How to install software on ArchLabs

In  this installation article we have explained you where to download the iso of ARCHLabs, how to install ARCHLabs and how to customize ARCHLabs. We went into detail about the essential parts of openbox like tint2, the conky and the openbox menu. We made also a...
How to change the appearance of ArchLabs

How to change the appearance of ArchLabs

In  this installation article we have explained you where to download the iso of ARCHLabs, how to install ARCHLabs and how to customize ARCHLabs. We went into detail about the essential parts of openbox like tint2, the conky and the openbox menu. We made also a...
How to install ArchLabs and customize it

How to install ArchLabs and customize it

ArchLabs (version +3) is an Arch based linux distribution that uses Openbox as desktop environment and by consequence many of the Arch wiki pages can be used to solve eventual hardware issues. But it is not Arch Linux. After downloading the iso (version ARCHLabs+3)...
How to install Openbox on Antergos and customize it

How to install Openbox on Antergos and customize it

I have also written another article where the intention was to install as quickly as possible  all the scripts and finetune Openbox. That article can be found here. It will give you even more information about Openbox. Antergos is an arch based linux distribution and...
How to install Budgie on Antergos and customize it

How to install Budgie on Antergos and customize it

Antergos is an arch based linux distribution and by consequence many of the Arch wiki pages can be used to solve eventual hardware issues. But it is not Arch Linux. After downloading the iso you can burn it and boot from it (or write the iso to an usb) and you will be...
How to install Gnome on Antergos and customize it

How to install Gnome on Antergos and customize it

Antergos is an arch based linux distribution and by consequence many of the Arch wiki pages can be used to solve eventual hardware issues. But it is not Arch Linux. After downloading the iso you can burn it and boot from it (or write the iso to an usb) and you will be...
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