How to install Arch Linux with XFCE Desktop - Page 2
Now here is something for 64-bit user only, enter:
That's quite good.
We are going to start with sound manager, lets install the alsa mixer.
pacman -S alsa-utils
After the installation you can just go ahead and adjust your volumes by typing :
The above command here means the speaker test for 2 channels.
To install your X.org type in:
pacman -S xorg-server xorg-server-utils xorg-xinit
Continue by installing the guest-additions :
pacman -S virtualbox-guest-utlis
Install the clock, window and the xterm by typing:
pacman -S xorg-twm xorg-xclock xterm
After comppleting the above installation go ahead and type :
Add a User
We will have to make some adjustment. To give the new user the root access type in:
useradd -m -g users -G stroage,power,wheel -s /bin/bash "username"
Just update your mirror list and type:
sudo pacman -Syy
Updating it shouldn't take much time.
Now its time to install your Desktop Environment. I'm going with XFCE4, you may go ahead and try something different if you want to.
sudo pacman -S xfce4
Press ENTER for all it asks. After the installation check if you have a .xinitrc file in the directory:
You see you got it there.
Just make sure that you have xfce4 working by typing in:
chmod +x .xinitrc
Let's install the goodies of xfce4:-
sudo pacman -S xfce4-goodies
Once done, start your desktop:-
This is your desktop after startx. Use the default config or you can make any changes you feel like. Like adding the time or anything. You will have to manually create all the folders since it comes just with the home folder.
Type in the above command and then go ahead and install firefox :
Once you have a browser, browse the internet and install stuff, downoad stuff - do whatever you feel like.