Archweb Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to archweb

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  • GitHub repo lutris

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  • GitHub repo sway

    i3-compatible Wayland compositor

  • GitHub repo docs

  • GitHub repo Flutter

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  • GitHub repo alacritty

    A cross-platform, OpenGL terminal emulator.

  • GitHub repo i3

    A tiling window manager

  • GitHub repo bedrocklinux-userland

    This tracks development for the things such as scripts and (defaults for) config files for Bedrock Linux

  • GitHub repo dotfiles

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  • GitHub repo twiner

    Configuring and maintaining YOUR Linux made easy (by myTerminal)

  • GitHub repo kubernetes

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  • GitHub repo scrcpy

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  • GitHub repo tmux

    tmux source code

  • GitHub repo sdk

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  • GitHub repo Read the Docs

    The source code that powers readthedocs.org

  • GitHub repo edX

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  • GitHub repo QEMU

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  • GitHub repo GNU Emacs

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  • GitHub repo DietPi

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  • GitHub repo void-packages

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better archweb alternative or higher similarity.

Posts

Posts where archweb has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-07-22.
  • I want to switch to linux.
    Distro: There are thousands of Linux distros, but three main families of distro - Debian/Ubuntu, Red Hat/Fedora, and Arch.
  • how to protect personal files from insane parents
    reddit.com/r/howto | 2021-07-21
    Obscure OS (Use an OS that no one else understands and doesn't spy on you. Relevant: Arch.)
  • Updated Arch after not having run any updates since 2019
    reddit.com/r/archlinux | 2021-07-19
    Yeah, pacman -Syu probably won't work since I know there were a few work arounds in 2020 to get the update to work correctly. I suppose you could look back through the archives at archlinux.org and see if you can run the fixes individually but highly doubtful. You could probably implement the patches manually? Maybe?
  • I am looking for a Arch or Debian based distro for light gaming, office work, and programming.
    - Arch linux: https://archlinux. - Arco linux (arch but with easier install): https://arcolinux.com/ - Manjaro: https://manjaro.org/
  • Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Linux
    dev.to | 2021-07-18
    Other developers and companies over the years, have created their own versions of an operating system called distributions (or distro for short) building up on Linux. Few examples of these distributions are Debian, Arch Linux, Red Hat Enterprise, etc. Some of these distributions can only be used with a command-line interface (no graphical interface), but it is possible for users to install desktop environments or window managers for them to actually use it as a modern desktop operating system.
  • Whats a fun fact about yourself?
    reddit.com/r/teenagers | 2021-07-18
    I use arch btw.
  • I feel less nerdy after I switched to Linux
    But, the more you learn about Linux, the more likely you are to eventually switch to Arch, in which case you'll start going down the rabbit hole of system customization and optimization.
  • [Newbie] Cannot access specific websites (Including manjaro.org and archlinux.org)
    archlinux.org (including wiki and aur)
  • New to Linux.
    reddit.com/r/archlinux | 2021-07-12
    Greetings! Arch is an advanced binary distro( analogous with Ubuntu the simplest Distro), that is to say you don't require to compile all the package you depend. But it's the rawest binary distro, which implies that if you indicated the Original Arch Linux instead the induced distro based on Arch such as Manjaro, it's strongly recommended to read the Official Arch Linux Docs rather than or at least before you watch any YouTube tutorials, since there would be some issues associated with your Hardware System, especially Writing Correct BootLoader According to Your MotherBoard, even if you install it on A Virtual Machine.
  • I can't see this power.
    try some other lightweight distro's like Arch, Debian, Manjaro, Solus... (there are a lot - choose which suits you workflow)
  • Just installed arch with a gui and in love
    reddit.com/r/archlinux | 2021-07-09
    And these are not specific resources but learn how to merge config files (how to handle .pacnew files), and how to responsibly use the AUR (learn about PKGBUILDS) and how to responsibly update your system (check archlinux.org or use informant).
  • New to the scene
    If you want more up-to-date software (at the cost of more breakages), try Arch. Its install process may seem daunting, but if you follow the tutorial (and remember that it's a wiki, if you're unsure about something, it's probably a link that you can click), you should be fine.
  • My new ubuntu PC desktop background, made in blender by me
    or check out https://archlinux.org
  • Networking: Packages stop downloading midway then internet connection no longer works
    When I first boot my machine and arrive at the arch linux iso landing screen I ping archlinux.org no issues with internet connection:
  • Install Arch Linux with i3 window manager.
    dev.to | 2021-06-28
    In this post we will be going over how to setup a fast & minimal Arch Linux OS with i3 window manager.

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