Need Archlab 2018.02 or older live iso!

I badly want a ArchLabs Live system iso. but current iso are installer only.
2018.02 version was live. but cant find it’s iso file.
Somebody please give a link :pleading_face: :pleading_face:

What do you need it for?

Recently i have tested archlabs-2021.05.02-x86_64.iso .but the installer failed for network issue.
Actually i just want a live iso which could boot into openbox. To try ArchLabs without installing or downloading extra things. As much as i know that , 2017-2018 version’s were live system.

You can run installer -l openbox to set up a live session with the installer.

If that doesn’t work I can link an older iso.

Thanks…but the installer having issue with my wlan driver…
Is there any offline installer???

On what do you you want to install it, might give a clue in order to help more . Never know.

Plug the cable in. The installer works on most popular wireless chips. If your device is not supported by default, you need to find proper driver/firmware for the device, or post more info, so that somebody could help you.

No sorry installs require a network connection. May I ask what distro you’re running right now?

Do you know what your wifi card is? Is it possible for you to use a wired connection?

Google Drive - archlabs-2018-12-17.iso I’m not sure if this iso will work for you as it’s been quite some time but worth a shot.

When i type installer -l openbox it says not enough memory…

On my Personal Laptop( x86_64) with 4GB ram…

Right now, am using Artix X86_64 XFCE. I liked Bunsenlab look & came across Archlab.
So far, i have collected this info:

2017.10 LTS kernel x64.

2017.12 removed calamares.Used ABIF installer.

2018.02 removed GoRice.

2018.05 removed LightDM.Used .xinitrc

2018.12.17 is provided as an installation image only.
We have decided to do away with the live environment.When you start your USB install you will be thrown straight into the installer.

Please give me a link between 2017.10 - 2018.05 versions :pleading_face:

Here’s 2017-10-lts

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Thanks a lot :heart: :two_hearts: :sparkling_heart: it swiftly boot into live environment :smiley:
can’t explain how much i tried to find older version. Are you keeping all the release’s ???
if yes then where??? gdrive , mega or github???
Actually i’m kinda qurious about ABIF installer in 2017.12 :blush:

I have my own local backups of most releases, recently I don’t keep as many because we’ve had less changes.

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I have them all stashed away on a spare drive.

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Can you give 2018.07 link ???

Last time 2018.07.28.iso. You should really just learn to setup your network and use the latest version. If you’re just looking for a specific style we had multiple years ago then it seems I’ve wasted my time.

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Feeling sorry for bothering :no_mouth: and also thankfull for your precious help. :innocent:
Actually i don’t want to download packages for multiple time as i frequently change my distro.
So rather than using online installer , i put the offline live version that you gave me in a usb drive and i am all set now :blush:
plz dont think you’ve wasted your time cause it’s helped me a lot :sneezing_face:. Again Thanks

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If you are constantly hopping between distros, download the packages you know are required. Save them to a USB drive and install as needed, just be aware that they possibly could become out of date very quickly.

No point using old releasees.

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