Learning phase 6
CARLI = Customized arch linux iso
You have been learning about Arch Linux and ArcoLinux via the 5 phases in our project. At some point in time you may wish to build your own distro/iso and start building it up from scratch. That is phase 6.
We advise you to start in the menu “Start here” and work your way down the menu.
The article “Goal and vision” will clarify what we aim for with the Carli project.
At the moment we are still thinking how to organize all the articles. We will change the structure as the project grows.
Check out the story line in the Carli menu.
Each month we will try to make another step in order to develop our own distro.
In this video we will create a new Calamares. We will check our configuration files with the ones coming from the github of Calamares. We will built a new configuration package. Put the builds on the repo. Beware the jump in numbers from 20.9 to 20.10!! Sign packages...
We compare the contents of the latest releng (48) to our Carli 9 content.We build the Carli iso and change mkarchiso settings in order to be more verbose.We test out our Carli iso and show you how to start calamares in debugging mode where the archiso folder resides...
We compare the contents of the different versions of ArchIso 46 -47 - 48.
In this video we go over all the last changes I have made that were NOT documented in a video. We had to figure out why the Carli key was present and working on the future system and why it was not working on the live environment. We created also a new pkgbuild for...
Look on the internet how others make a keyring and look for pkgbuilds. Personally I have used Manjaro as an example for ArcoLinux. With some common sense you can change it into the package you need. This time around I would like to use another source. I could have...
In this article we create a key to sign our packages. We follow this article to create the key. https://arcolinuxiso.com/create-a-key-to-sign-your-packages/ Ensure you create a good personal and private keyword. Use lastpass or bitwarden or other password generators....