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Downloads: Raspberry Pi 1 / Zero (No longer supported by Arch Linux ARM): 🤍 Raspberry Pi 2: 🤍 Raspberry Pi 3 / 4 / 400: 🤍 (I recommend using wget to download these images.) Execute this command before you unmount the SD Card ONLY if you have a Raspberry Pi 4: sed -i 's/mmcblk0/mmcblk1/g' root/etc/fstab
Did you know you can run Linux on an M1 Macbook Pro? It’s now possible thanks to a new distro called Asahi Linux. I did some investigative computing and was able to run Arch on a brand new Apple Silicon M1 pro chip, but with some caveats… #mac #linux #TheCodeReport 🔗 Resources - Asahi Alpha Release 🤍 - Asahi on GitHub 🤍 - Apple Silicon 🤍 - M1 Benchmarks via 🤍Alex Ziskind 🔥 Get More Content - Upgrade to PRO Upgrade to Fireship PRO at 🤍 Use code lORhwXd2 for 25% off your first payment. 🎨 My Editor Settings - Atom One Dark - vscode-icons - Fira Code Font 🔖 Topics Covered - Can you run linux on a macbook pro? - How to Run linux on an M1 macbook - Asahi linux setup tutorial - MacOS vs Linux - Get started with Arch Linux on Apple Silicon
In this video, I am going to intstall Arch Linux ARM on a M1 MacBook Air with Parallels Desktop. Arch Wiki: 🤍 Become a member of the channel to support it: 🤍 * Follow Me on Twitter: 🤍 * My software: Distro: Arch Linux Video editing software: Kdenlive Twitter: 🤍 Gitlab: 🤍 #linuxmadesimple
Please note: As a new user go with the latest image: 🤍 With the new release, an accelerated version of Gnome Web/Epiphany is the default browser. You can of course still install Firefox, but remember to also install the ‘firefox-mobile-config’ package to have Firefox look and work like it does in this video. In between recording and publishing of this video a change has happened, which requires you to add a new repo to /etc/pacman.conf on all existing installations: ` [danctnix] SigLevel = Never Server = 🤍 ` Time to do an easy video for a change, because it's about the distribution I use the most: Arch Linux ARM by Danct12 or DanctNIX mobile; a really great adaption of Arch Linux ARM for the PinePhone (🤍). Blog post on enabling Flatpak (also includes scaling tips): 🤍 My blog posts about installing Software from the AUR or straight from source: 🤍 🤍 Also, it is about LINMOBapps (🤍), an app list for the PinePhone I maintain. If you want to help, please get in touch via social media or an email to applist🤍linmob.net. Please tell me below or via Twitter (🤍linmobblog), Mastodon (🤍linmob🤍fosstodon.org) or email (videos🤍linmob.net) what interests you with regard to the PinePhone and mobile Linux operating systems: Comparison videos? Convergence in action? Certain apps? I am really looking forward to your feedback! Chapters: 00:00 Welcome 00:15 Personal history 01:25 October 15th image, upgraded, from eMMC 02:00 Preinstalled apps: Calculator Clocks Firefox Flashlight Geary Lollypop 03:50 GNOME Maps 04:12 Megapixels (with Autofocus) 04:52 GNOME Software installing GNOME Dictionary 06:25 GNOME Usage 06:33 What I like so much about DanctNIX Mobile 07:58 Walkthrough all the apps I installed 10:20 LINMOBapps: A list of 200+ Mobile Linux apps 11:40 Next steps, Looking for contribution, especially a Games maintainer 12:51 Interuption: Squeekboard 1.10.0 can be used with Anbox apps now! 13:30 Contributors: Please get in touch! 14:20 Issue: Wake up when running from SD card 15:05 Thanks for Watching and thanks to all the projects!
This project is still in development. The Kupfer Project is planning to bring Arch linux to more phone devices. Nothing guaranteed. 🤍 🤍
This is Arch Linux ARM with LXDE running on the PinePhone Pro, IT IS NOT a mobile environment. However with some tweaks, it is possible to make it usable on a mobile device. To accomplish this, I took the mtev input driver from ArchAndroid then compile it for aarch64 and installing a desktop environment of my choice. This setup (starting from barebone image) only took a few hours. You can get the modified mtev driver below: 🤍 Arch images for PinePhone (Pro): 🤍
This is quite a long video, sorry for that! In fact, the process is pretty simple: Download the latest image at 🤍 flash it onto an microSDHC/XC card (or eMMC using Jump Drive) and then run sudo pacman -Syu anbox anbox-image adb and you are done. Unfortuantely, parts of the process can be difficult and I would recommend setting up some sort of a swap – be it zramswap, a swap file or a swap partition. See 🤍 Read my older blog post on Anbox to find out how bad it used to be previously: 🤍 Please tell me below or via Twitter (🤍linmobblog), Mastodon (🤍linmob🤍fosstodon.org) or email (anbox🤍linmob.net) which apps you would need/like to have. I also plan to make videos on other ways to get Android Apps running on the PinePhone soon. Reupload with louder audio: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction and initial distro setup 01:20 Upgrading the distribution and installing Anbox at once 02:20 Removing the db.lck in order to upgrade 02:55 Actually upgrading 04:30 Creating a swap-file 09:11 Reboot and enabling swap (sudo swapon /swapfile) 10:25 Starting Anbox for the first time, Preinstalled Apps on ALARM 11:52 The Anbox launcher, disabling a couple Android Apps 13:18 Installing the Simple Keyboard app with the F-Droid store 14:50 Enabling "Simple Keyboard" 17:25 Rebooting a second time instead of restarting anbox-container-manager 18:30 Talking about the Convergence Edition (3GB Ram PinePhone) 19:05 Adjusting Simple Keyboard settings 19:43 Another hang (somebody forgot to enable swap) 21:15 Starting Firefox to download WhatsApp.apk 22:50 Another reboot 24:04 Enabling swap once more 24:33 Android Calendar app and adb install WhatsApp.apk 26:50 Starting Firefox again to download Signal.apk 29:20 adb install Signal.apk 30:20 Signal and WhatsApp are in the launcher after a reboot, turning the swap on again 31:20 Height bug 31:45 Signing up with Signal 32:40 Trying to enter the sign on code and failing 33:15 WhatsApp 34:50 Fixing an F-Droid error by clearing data and cache 36:00 Conclusions on Anbox, WhatsApp and so on 37:23 One more thing: Adjusting /etc/locale.gen on Arch Linux ARM 40:50 Goodbye and thanks for watching
I recently brought a new lease of life to my old SHARP Zaurus SL-C3000 Linux PDA by installing Arch Linux on it. In this short video I demonstrate some of the fun things you can do all from the Linux console like play DOOM, music via moc, GameBoy Advance games via VisualboyAdvance and create electronic music with Milkytracker. Near the end of the vid I plug a USB mouse in. The Zaurus does have a touchscreen but for various reasons it was just easier and better that I use a mouse to control Milkytracker instead. If you are lucky enough to own a Zaurus SL-C3x00 series then you read my ZALARM install guide to install Arch on your Zaurus: 🤍 If you require help with running Arch on the Z then check out the Arch Linux ARM forums on OESF: 🤍
This is my PineNote booting Arch Linux ARM. The pre-developer edition doesn't have closed case UART, so that's why there are cables dangling around outside. If anyone is curious, here are the pinouts for each cable wire (3.3V UART): - Orange: GND - Red: TX - Brown: RX Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on: * Twitter: 🤍 * Mastodon: 🤍 #Pine64 #PineNote
Recently, I went a little over three months without having a home computer. For the first two months, I just did without having a computer. The third month though, I tried to use a Raspberry Pi 4 as a desktop replacement. How was the experience? It was a mixture of good and bad. WANT TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL? 💰 Patreon: 🤍 💳 Paypal: 🤍 🛍️ Amazon: 🤍 👕 Teespring: 🤍 DONATE CRYPTO: 💰 Bitcoin: 1Mp6ebz5bNcjNFW7XWHVht36SkiLoxPKoX 🐶 Dogecoin: D5fpRD1JRoBFPDXSBocRTp8W9uKzfwLFAu 📕 LBC: bMfA2c3zmcLxPCpyPcrykLvMhZ7A5mQuhJ SOCIAL PLATFORMS: 🗨️ Mastodon: 🤍 👫 Reddit: 🤍 📽️ LBRY/Odysee: 🤍 DT ON THE WEB: 🕸️ Website: 🤍 🐿️ Gemini Capsule: gemini://distro.tube 📁 GitLab: 🤍 FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE THAT I USE: 🌐 Brave Browser - 🤍 📽️ Open Broadcaster Software: 🤍 🎬 Kdenlive: 🤍 🎨 GIMP: 🤍 🎵 Ardour: 🤍 💻 VirtualBox: 🤍 🗒️ Doom Emacs: 🤍 Your support is very much appreciated. Thanks, guys!
script has been modified to be easier to use, and to include other ARM chromebooks. follow the new install directions here: 🤍 if script works with your chromebook, let me know, by leaving your chromebook model in the comments, so that i can add it to the list of confirmed devices. thank you in advance. Confirmed to work on this chromebook - 🤍 Acer Chromebook R13 🤍 unconfirmed devices: HP Chromebook 11 G1 🤍 HP Chromebook 11 G2 🤍 Samsung Chromebook 2 11" 🤍 Samsung Chromebook 2 13" 🤍 and possibly other Chromebooks with the Exynos ARM Processor Asus Flip C100PA 🤍 Asus C201 🤍 AOpen Chromebase Mini 🤍 Asus Chromebit CS10 🤍 Hisense Chromebook C11 🤍 and possibly other Chromebooks with the Rockchip RK3288 ARM Processor Samsung Chromebook Plus 🤍 Get the script here - 🤍 Based on instructions found here - 🤍 Instructions for installing MATE Desktop Environment found here - 🤍 2 weeks straight, all CLI - terminalchallenge.com Have any questions or comments? Leave them in the comment box. Enjoy!
Arch Linux is one of the best Linux distros out there, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Ubuntu for popularity. It's also pretty lightweight, so you can install it on your Raspberry Pi without frying the circuits. There are a few little hoops you need to jump through, so we've cobbled together a guide on how to install Arch Linux on your Raspberry Pi. Script: By William Elcock For more tech tips, how-tos, guides, app lists, game lists and all things tech, hit the ‘Subscribe’ button or check out our other videos: 🤍 Or visit our website at: 🤍
Based on initial work "Virgil 3D on macOS" by 小田喜陽彦 akihikodaki. 🤍 With improvements: - Get rid of ANGLE as EGL libraries. Virgil 3D solely uses OpenGL Core backend through SDL2 which wraps to NSOpenGL. - No patch to "cocoa" display of QEMU. Minimal modification to SDL2 display to support Virgil 3D on macOS. QEMU cannot have both "cocoa" and "sdl2" display in the same build. - Minimal change to libepoxy and virglrenderer, basically only have to make sure they built without libdrm and libEGL. - Fix known issues with OpenGL Core - Performance comparable to ANGLE OpenGL ES backend. WebGL Aquarium at 60 FPS. Chromium web rendering is accelerated. The accelerated ArchLinux ARM is very snappy & usable with Apple HVF virtualization. It matches or even exceeds the performance of typical ARM Linux flavors running on RK3399 or RPi4 bare-metal. It probably makes M1 MacBooks the world fastest (... most expensive) Linux ARM laptops. Nested VM is possible, and there is a demo of qemu-3dfx Glide passthrough from nested QEMU i386 instance running Blood 1.2 3Dfx DOS game.
How I installed Arch Linux ARM with Mate Desktop Environment on my Chromebook! Runs awesome enough to use the chromebook as my daily machine (browsing, chat, even for running a webserver and doing web development. easy install script, for multiple ARM chromebooks: 🤍 * you need a class 10 sdcard or a class 10 microsd card with a microsd card to sdcard adapter or a usb 3.0 drive* in my case, using a usb 2.0 drive was too slow and unreliable. Setup: 1) go to 🤍 click the installation tab, and follow directions. note: the mainline kernel gave me some issues. using the peach installation worked seamlessly for me 2) after rebooting into arch linux arm and logging in (username: root, password: root), connect to internet using wifi-menu for visible ssid or netctl for hidden ssid, enter nano /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist, and uncomment server names of servers near you. this will greatly increase the speed of your updates, upgrades and program installations. 3) go to 🤍 and follow directions. 4) profit and enjoy! Your chromebook is now a bootable usb drive or a sdcard Arch Linux Arm laptop with Mate Desktop environment Once that is done, I highly suggest replacing chromeOS with arch linux arm by installing arch linux arm on your internal sdd. This will greatly increase the speed and performance of arch linux arm. To do so: 1) boot into chromeOS, go here 🤍 install follow directions. Using a usb 2.0 drive for this is fine. keep this drive as is and handy, so that if you ever wnat/need to put restore your chromebook to it's original state, you can easily do so. 2) while you are running arch linux arm on your chromebook, repeat step 1 above (developer mode and booting from external storage are already enabled, so you can skip those steps) and use mmcblk0 instead of using mmcblk1 or sda. 3) shut down your chromebook, then press ctrl+d to boot from internal ssd 4) follow steps 2 and 3 above 5) profit and enjoy! You have replaced chromeOS with arch linux arm with mate desktop environment. Dub Eastern by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Rhastafarian by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍 Easy Jam by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍
Test of XBMC in the framebuffer on cubieboard 1 with CedarX video acceleration support.
9 inch LDC with 50 pin TTL interface, salvaged from broken portable DVB-T player. Motherboard from a tablet (GoClever Quantum 700S, A23) with broken screen. Builtin realtek wifi module was desoldered and a 4 port USB hub connected to its place instead. Custom built u-boot installed to micro SD, and a standard arch linux for ARM.
In this episode of the Cybergizmo we explore installing Arch Linux on Arm BTW After the mandb job finished the memory requirements dropped to 75MB Arch Linux for Arm Wiki 🤍 Odroid XU4 sold by Ameridroid 🤍 I am not affiliated with Ameridroid or Odroid just a happy customer of both. Music Used in this video "NonStop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
This is the F(x)tec Pro1 running Arch Linux ARM with mainline Linux kernel (5.10-rc3). The keyboard is not shown in the video, but it does work perfectly fine, however the touchscreen is jumpy due to I2C noise rejection chip doesn't work on mainline yet. All of this work was done by #SoMainline team. [ reposted from our Twitter: 🤍 ] #linuxmobile #fxtec #linux
I've been using Arch for a few years and it's a great distro however it's not the distro for everyone regardless of what some people shilling the distro might say, so here's the case against Arch Linux. Support The Channel ► $100 Linode Credit: 🤍 ► Patreon: 🤍 ► Paypal: 🤍 ► Liberapay: 🤍 ► Amazon USA: 🤍 Resources Arch Linux Website: 🤍 =Video Platforms 🎥 Odysee: 🤍 🎥 Podcast: 🤍 🎮 Gaming: 🤍 Social Media 🎤 Discord: 🤍 🎤 Matrix Space: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🌐 Mastodon: 🤍 🖥️ GitHub: 🤍 Time Stamps 0:00 Introduction 0:30 Latest Software 1:35 Packaging Issues 2:27 AUR Is A Crutch 3:49 Illusion Of Choice 4:46 Manual Install Doesn't Teach You Anything 7:08 Arch Wiki Isn't Perfect 8:38 Reinstalling Is A Pain 10:33 Outro Credits 🎨 Channel Art: All my art has was created by Supercozman 🤍 🤍 #ArchLinux #Linux #opensource #linuxdesktop 🎵 Ending music Music from 🤍 "Basic Implosion" by Kevin MacLeod (🤍) License: CC BY (🤍 DISCLOSURE: Wherever possible I use referral links, which means if you click one of the links in this video or description and make a purchase I may receive a small commission or other compensation.
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Video demonstration of WayfireWM on the Odroid N2 using the latest Mesa Panfrost GPU driver running on ArchLinuxARM. The video was recorded using wf-recorder directly on the Odroid N2 so actual rendering performance is much better than the one seen on this video. Also, this installation was running from SD Card.
This is #PinePhone booting Arch Linux ARM as well as unlocking a LUKS2 container containing the root partition. The script to set this up is here: 🤍
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Instalación de Arch Linux ARM en Raspberry PI 2015. En primer lugar formateo la tarjeta miniSD y a continuación instalo Arch Linux ARM. Gparted: 🤍 Arch Linux ARM: 🤍 Music: Paris Blohm : 🤍
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