Arch weekly #2

Posted on Fri 26 May 2017 in Arch Linux • Tagged with Arch Linux

This is the second edition of Arch weekly, a small weekly post about the news in the Arch Linux community.

Official docker image for Arch Linux!

After reporting about the Arch-boxes project last week. Pierres created the Arch Linux organization on Docker and created a base image. The docker build …


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Arch weekly #1

Posted on Wed 17 May 2017 in Arch Linux • Tagged with Arch Linux

This is the first edition of Arch weekly, a small weekly post about the news in the Arch Linux community. Hopefully this will be a recurring weekly blog post!

linux-hardened appears in [community]

After the disappearance of linux-grsec from the repos due to the Grsecurity project not providing the required …


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FriendlyARM NanoPi NEO review

Posted on Sun 21 August 2016 in Arch Linux • Tagged with NanoPi NEO, Arch Linux, Mainline, ARM

The NanoPI NEO is a little 8 dollar ARM device with an interesting form factor and specifications.

  • 512/256 MB ram (single slot)
  • Cortex-A7 Quad-Core
  • USB 2.0
  • 100 Mbps ethernet
  • 40 x 40 mm board size
  • SD card slot

FriendlyARM NANO

Mainline support

FriendlyARM provides an UbuntuCore image, but of course …


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BananaPi with Arch Linux ARM and a mainline kernel

Posted on Wed 30 December 2015 in Arch Linux • Tagged with Arch Linux, BananaPi, ARM, Mainline

I posted a guide on getting Arch Linux ARM on the BananaPi last week. Now I was eager to get a mainline kernel working on the BananaPi for some ARM hacking and testing of new patches. In this post I'll describe the steps required to get a mainline kernel booted …


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