Namib Linux Makes Arch Linux a Dream for New Users

Namib Linux Makes Arch Linux a Dream for New Users

Let’s not mince words here. Arch Linux is a challenge to install. If it weren’t, we wouldn’t have so many distributions claiming to make Arch accessible for any user. Some of those distributions succeed and some fall flat. But few do as remarkable (albeit someone confusing) of a job as does Namib Linux. Not only does Namib Linux make installing and using Arch Linux as simple as can be, it also offers everything desktop Linux should have:

* Pre-installed codecs to play multimedia files.
*Automatic installation of hardware drivers.
* Access to the latest versions of software.
* Support for the easy installation and use of multiple kernels.

All of that, along with the usual Linux goodness that comes with standard desktop distribution (graphical desktop interface, pre-installed applications, etc.), helps make Namib Linux pretty impressive.

Namib Linux uses the Calamares Installer, which happens to be one the most user-friendly installers on the planet. Because Namib Linux is a rolling release, you won’t have to install again, once a new release is out. Just keep it up to date and you’re good to go.

See https://www.linux.com/learn/intro-to-linux/2018/2/namib-linux-makes-arch-linux-dream-new-users


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Let’s not mince words here. Arch Linux is a challenge to install. If it weren’t, we wouldn’t have so many distributions, such as Anarchy, which we covered previously, claiming to make Arch accessible for any user. Some of those distributions succeed and some fall flat.

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