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Arch Linux--Is This Really a Geek's Distro?

Jan 20, 2008, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"Arch Linux, which was inspired by the CRUX is an i686 optimized lightweight distribution with a great package management tool. Arch releases usually contain a core cd image (~160 MB) that has a core system without any graphical servers and an FTP install image (~30 MB) with which you can install the entire OS from an FTP server.

"I decided to try arch as it seems to be one of the fastest and highly customizable distribution around (The real reason was since arch seems to be more of a 'geek's distro,' I thought I could check my 'geek level' with it)..."

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