This is of course another ArchLinux distro, like the name suggests. I stumbled upon it in some blog or the other and liked what I heard there. Is this … could it be? Maybe my personal new system of the future?
Reading Anarchy’s website is a bit silly. At least when you have a little bit of experience with Linux distros you get nothing new from reading this …
Anarchy – Linux
Anarchy Linux is a distribution aimed at bringing the Linux revolution to the world. We believe that Linux is the way of the future for desktop computing and provide you with a platform to install a custom Arch based operating system just the way you like. Anarchy Linux is intended for both novice and advanced users alike. Simply write the Anarchy Linux ISO to a CD or USB and boot from your computer or VirtualBox.
The Anarchy Linux ISO contains a full live system allowing you to try it before you install. The live system contains an XFCE4 desktop and software suite. The installer has support for multiple languages and offers a wide variety of configuration options. Every aspect of the install into consideration, leaving you with a fully free system, just the way you like it out of the box every time.
A lightweight semi-graphical version of the installer is also available. It can be used for a quick and easy install when a full live GUI is not necessary. Anarchy Linux is installed using a package base from the official Arch repository and also features a custom repository with additional packages.
Anarchy Linux is based on Arch Linux, but not supported.
From what I gather farther, Anarchy is the successor of Arch Everywhere. Reasons were Trademark Violations, nothing technical. So they claim.
Reality check for Orcsi: I downloaded the ISO and installed the OS on Gaga. Or rather, I tried to install it. Since 3 days, multiple times each day, with varying tactics and techniques. No joy, no success. I always end up with a system that won’t accept my password or looks totally different from my last installation attempt.
That shit is dead, man. 😮
But I’m so curious, really wanna try it out and see Anarchy in action. Some of my dear readers equipped and in the mood to try it out … and maybe come up with the explanation for why you succeeded where Orca failed? Please help me out, guys.
Get your installation file from this link: https://anarchy-linux.org/download/
And this is a install tutorial, maybe I should have read it as well.
Anyhoo, I wish you a successful revolution!