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How to run Arch Linux on the Pi


Jonni Bidwell thinks he can hear the unmistakable sound of a 56K modem in the distance, calling him home


Raspberry Pi (any model)

4GB or more SD card




Wired network

The Raspberry Pi 4, thanks to its faster processor, USB connectivity and networking, is oft-touted as a desktop replacement. Be that as it may, we’re going to show you how even an early model Pi can run a desktop… of sorts. We’re going to use the community ARM port of Arch Linux to set up a lightweight desktop running . To add insult to injury, we’ll combine the browser, the media player, and the popular youtube-dl script. This

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