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Do this only right after flashing the Arch image onto the SD-Card so if anything goes wrong you do not lose any data.
Press ‘p’ to print the partition table:
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Once you’re done, copy the second part of the code located on the right, which looks like this:
The current Arch release comes with netctl enabled out of the box, so we will use that for our setup.
sudo cp /etc/netctl/examples/ethernet-static /etc/netctl/static
sudo vim /etc/netctl/static
Description='A basic static ethernet connection'
Note: you can change your hostname by editing: /etc/hostname
Install the following packages on your Raspberry Pi:
sudo pacman -S avahi nss-mdns
Start the avahi daemon:
sudo systemctl enable avahi-daemon.service
sudo systemctl start avahi-daemon.service
After you finished the setup of Arch on your SD card, you can start configuring this Linux Distro to your needs. Here’s my config…
Note: In case you need to resize your root partition it’s best to do it before you do anything else, this way you avoid the risk to loose any data. You can find a tutorial to this here.
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