As you can tell by our distribution name we are based on Arch Linux. As a result 100% of the commands you use with Arch will work with ArchLabs.
ArchLabs is a distribution aimed at the intermediate to advanced user. If you are new to Arch in general we advise you read the Arch Wiki or at least get familiar with Pacman.
What is ArchLabs Linux? Read about us at our homepage.
First thing when joining the forum is to check out the Forum Rules.
Next up, some key “first reads” to get you started:
If you fail to find a solution only then post a help thread in the appropriate Category. It’s not that we don’t want to help, in fact it’s quite the opposite, we want you to help yourself by learning about your system.
Searching also helps minimise double up posts and forum clutter.
Never, and I mean NEVER, post your ArchLabs related question at the Arch Forum. Your thread will be shut down quicker than you can imagine, as they support vanilla Arch installs ONLY.
We have our own documentation which is an on going work in progress. This is helmed by our very own @AvnSgt and will give you information on what is included with ArchLabs.
You can find this at the ArchLabs Documentation.
The release changelog is here.
If you have a forum related issue you can contact one of the Staff (mod/admin), the list and options for contacting can be found at this post.
All the staff are friendly and willing to help where they can.
Our forum is hosted on our own server and is a Discourse forum. You can learn the basics of the forum by opening a private message to
@discobot with the content “
@discobot start new user”. This will give you a nice introduction of the cool features of the forum. Once you have completed that you can give the “Advanced User” a shot.
For further Discourse help,
@discobot display help will get you on your way.
Enjoy your time with us.