ArcoLinux App Glade
We can now build the Sierra (plasma) ISO
We are thrilled to announce a significant update to the Arcolinux application, Glade, which now includes the much-anticipated feature of burning the Sierra ISO directly from the interface.
– Direct ISO Burning: Users can now burn the Sierra ISO to their preferred media with just a few clicks, eliminating the need for external software.
– Enhanced Workflow: This integration simplifies the user’s workflow, allowing for a seamless transition from ISO building to burning.
– User-Centric Design: We’ve listened to your feedback and incorporated this feature to meet the evolving needs of our community, enhancing both performance and user experience.
– Time-Saving: Save precious time with a direct, hassle-free burning process.
– Increased Compatibility: Ensure compatibility and stability with Arcolinux.
– Simplified Process: The intuitive interface makes it easy for both beginners and advanced users to efficiently create bootable media.
Power project – how to create a new look for any desktop
Tips, workflow and knowledge passed along for users and isobuilders
In these videos the author discusses the Power project of creating a personalized Plasma look for ArcoLinux. We explain the process of installing Plasma, modifying the appearance, and packaging it for our personal repository.
BYOI – major selling point – 4.000 packages can be added to the ISOS
You can now add any package from the Chaotic-AUR repository to the ArcoLinux iso builds ISOs by using a new parameter in the installation scripts.
– Adding packages from the Chaotic-AUR repository expands the available software options for ArcoLinux ISOs, giving users more flexibility in customizing their installations.
– The new parameter “chaoticrepo” allows users to specify whether they want to include packages from the Chaotic-AUR repository in their ISO builds.
– Using the “pamac” package manager, users can easily search for and select the packages they want to add from the Chaotic-AUR repository.
– Each package is added on a separate line in the package file, ensuring that only the desired packages are included in the ISO build.
It is always fulfilling if a student graduates from our ArcoLinux University.
XRAY OS is an iso with the linux-zen kernel and a lot of gaming applications like
- and more
We have tested it in the video below.
We have updated Calamares and Archiso config for Carli.
We have decided to keep conky-lua-archers as package name and will be building it ourselves. We have the last build from the github.
As a consequence we have removed a few older conkys.
Syclo and Harfo are gone.
Qtile – distrotube config
After watching Distrotubes video https://youtu.be/B0MCR7_103w we wanted a way to thank Derek for his years of support.
We also wanted to provide our users, who follow him on Youtube, with a simple way to install Dereks take on Qtile. We based the package on the config of February 2024.
We have created a package in his honor called arcolinux-qtile-distrotube-git.
We intend to keep it in sync over time.
We did change some of the settings because we do have our own keybindings and such more.
You will see that the look and feel is very much the same.
10 color schemes
There was a typo in the package numbering.
Pacman will need your manual intervention.
sudo pacman -S arcolinux-qtile-git
We have added ArchBang to the supported Arch based distros for the ArchLinux Tweak Tool.
We have also updated the ArcoLinux nemesis script so we change ArchBang the way we like it. Tutorials have been created to explain the whole workflow.
No calamares here.
It uses its own scripts to install Openbox and all its Arch Linux packages.
We are using the last code from the Calamares github – 04/02/2024.
Arc themes update
Every 6 months or so we rebuild all 56 Arc themes with all their different colors.
We have removed grape and light-lime and added azure and dudger-blue.
We have changed the ArchLinux Tweak Tool or ATT accordingly.
The arcolinux-meta-arc-theme package was changed as well.