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Arch Linux on my Pizzy Gaymen rekt :DDDDD


When I try to boot into my USB in UEFI mode I get 


Failed to install override security policy: (14) Not found"


joining the club, lots of work to do.


anyone know how to setup multi montior?


do you have a AMD/NVIDIA card with the properitary drivers? If yes, my guess would be to look there.

If no, my secnond guess would be to play around with xorg.conf RandR etc. : could be a good start.


3.12.5-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Dec 12 12:57:31 CET 2013 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Can I join :P ?


I've mostly had a flawless experience with the tools in GNOME except for last week with a catalyst bug that causes screen flickering, but there are a few fixes for that online, a bit more info on your setup might be helpful?


How do you get that information to show up in the console? Command?


Looks like Archey. It's a script in the AUR - install it via your favorite AUR helper, such as Yaourt, Pacaur, etc., or manually, and then run "archey" in the terminal emulator of your choice.

I prefer Screenfetch over Archey, but that's just me.


I've been messing around with Arch + awesome in VBox the last couple of days. I like what I have seen so far, prob doing a full install sometime in the near future :)


I am (also) become Arch.

Will post pics tomorrow.




Still a very bare install, admittedly. Not on my main comp yet either.


I uninstalled arch and switched over to fedora, damn I love hats. Still have arch on my "craptop" though.


/g/ doesn't like the Arch Club :(


Manjaro count? :D


What the hell? Not everyone wants to compile everything, and have to run your own binary package repo just to make Gentoo more practical for daily use. It's fun to play around with, and is a great distro, but really, Arch is more practical.


My unfinished Arch Linux OS:

Completed projects:

  • Desktop Environment: KDE
  • Login Manager: KDM
  • Music: DeaDBeef
  • Video: VLC
  • Internet: Firefox

Incomplete projects:

  • File Browser: Sunflower (if it works through Qt)
  • Office Suite: LibreOffice
  • Notes: Vim (via gVim)
  • Windows Implementer: PlayOnLinux (via WINE)
  • Virtualisation: KVM/QEMU

Can I join your club please?


Got everything apart from visualisation and compatibility layer to work now.

Still reading threads on Windows gaming on Linux to get everything to work.


Arch here

XMonad and KDE.

Not XMonad with KDE though. They are started separately from KDM