alis VS arch-install

Compare alis vs arch-install and see what are their differences.


Arch Linux Install Script (or alis, also known as the Arch Linux executable installation guide and wiki) installs an unattended, automated and customized Arch Linux system. (by picodotdev)
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alis arch-install
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6.5 6.6
13 days ago 5 months ago
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Posts with mentions or reviews of alis. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-05-16.


Posts with mentions or reviews of arch-install. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-06-25.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing alis and arch-install you can also consider the following projects:

archfi - Arch Linux Fast Installer : tutorial installer

alma - Create Arch Linux based bootable USB drives

easy-arch - Script for boostrapping Arch Linux with BTRFS, snapshots and LUKS encryption (UEFI only).

archinstall - Arch Linux installer - guided, templates etc. [Moved to:]

aconfmgr - A configuration manager for Arch Linux

arch-btrfs - Script for boostrapping Arch Linux with BTRFS and snapshots

LARBS - Luke's Auto-Rice Bootstrapping Scripts: Installation Scripts for My Arch Linux Meta-Distribution

zfsbootmenu - ZFS Bootloader for root-on-ZFS systems with support for snapshots and native full disk encryption

arch-linux-installation-guide - An easy to follow Arch Linux installation guide. This guide will show you how to properly install Arch Linux on UEFI/BIOS systems, ext4/btrfs file systems; using systemd-bootloader/GRUB and systemd-networkd/NetworkManager for networking. These are the given examples but I have provided links to sections with the information necessary to install any 86_64 system

chromium_os-raspberry_pi - Build your Chromium OS for Raspberry Pi 4B, Pi400 and the latest Raspberry Pi 5

.dotfiles - My personal dotfiles