Můj arch linuxový deník

I started using Linux as the main operating system at the lower secondary level schools. I’ve rotated several Debian-based distributions. I’m at a higher level switched to MacOS. But because MacOS is still essentially UNIX, so is mine use did not significantly affect. I graduated this year and will start boarding MatFyz. That’s why I decided to switch to Arch Linux as an additional challenge. This The “diary” will be documentation on gaining experience and customizing Arch Linux.


Installation shock

A more experienced friend assisted me with the installation. But right after her, it was clear that most The road is still ahead of me. I chose i3wm as my windowmanager. I am him alone already used years ago, so at least I won’t have to learn a new one. The first betrayal was hidden in pacman. There were practically no packages in it. In the end, it turned out that pacman had core repositories only. I fixed it by manually adding the others repositories to / etc / pacman.comf:

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

Of course, the audio also didn’t work. However, the installation of the pulseaudio package solved this. Right after that, I threw myself into user software. I was the first to install:

I’ve known my primary text editor for a long time, but this time I betrayed him for his I do not know a modern descendant (nvim). I’ll see what the new plugin system will bring.

For about a week, I’ve been trying to figure out how to permanently set the keyboard to ucw. In the end, I had to lower myself to a rather ugly solution. I just added the co command I used to temporarily change the keyboard as exec in ~ / .config / i3 / config:

` exec setxkbmap us, cz -variant, ucw -option grp: caps_switch `

Second breath

A few days after the installation, a friend came to me that he needed help with one Arduino project. So I immediately installed the Arduino IDE. But that reported at startup error message:

$ arduino
Set log4j store directory /home/john/.arduino15
        at processing.app.Base.rebuildProgrammerMenu (Base.java:1705)
        at processing.app.Base.  (Base.java:286)
        at processing.app.Base.main (Base.java:150)

At first I thought it was due to a bad version of Java. But it seemed to be all right:

$ java -version
openjdk version "14.0.2" 2020-07-14
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 14.0.2 + 12)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 14.0.2 + 12, mixed mode)

Eventually, after a few hours of pushing through the forums and I may fail, I try to make a mistake fixed by installing the arduino-avr-core package.