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New user

I was in arch linux till i see some nice videos on lbry from luke Smith about artix  .
I install artix cinammon on my computer and i  have the feeling i'm home .
Have to solve  some things  to get yay running and it works now  for the rest it runs parfect and i love it .
I am not a specialist and still have to learn a lot and my english is not perfect also , I am from Belgium  living in Spain at the moment .
It's arch but better like luke say and he was write .
Wonderful  work artix team and i keep it running on my computer .
Greetings  :)

Re: New user

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Welcome to the Artix community.....it's great to have you along.  :)

Best regards.
We should try to be kind to everyone.....we are all fighting some sort of battle.

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New user here - quick question - any way to install Artix with the lts kernel by "default"?  I had to do some fancy footwork to get lts going.  I'm considering using Artix to replace Manjaro in the future, and this "feature" would take away some pain.

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New user here - quick question - any way to install Artix with the lts kernel by "default"?  I had to do some fancy footwork to get lts going.  I'm considering using Artix to replace Manjaro in the future, and this "feature" would take away some pain.
I dont know about graphical installers but you can do that with base ISO.
Man is as good as his tools.

Re: New user

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New user here - quick question - any way to install Artix with the lts kernel by "default"?  I had to do some fancy footwork to get lts going.  I'm considering using Artix to replace Manjaro in the future, and this "feature" would take away some pain.

Installing the lts kernel by default would be possible with the base iso.
Our graphical installer iso install default linux kernel, however, it would be no problem to use the graphical installer and once the system has been installed, install the lts kernel manually.

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I'am new to Artix I come from Arch and like things simple, I just install your gnome test and it works great only a little tweaks to install
my lan printers, from my ubuntu server and  I'am going to  continue to use it and keep posting my expirence keep your good work

 

Re: New user

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New user here - quick question - any way to install Artix with the lts kernel by "default"?  I had to do some fancy footwork to get lts going.  I'm considering using Artix to replace Manjaro in the future, and this "feature" would take away some pain.

Replies 12 and 13 on this thread  help install and configure grub to make the lts kernel appear in the boot menu's 'advanced options' section. From there, once you select lts-kernel as the option once, it will default to it every time you boot until you select the regular kernel again.


Hope this was useful. :)
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