On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 09:53:53PM -0700, Kyle Terrien via arch-general wrote: > So, is making people hunt for information a ritualistic hazing?
No, it is not. No one is *making* people do anything. There is an installation guide that does what it's supposed to: tell you what you need to do to end up with a supported default Arch Linux install. It is not meant to be a comprehensive guide on every step of the process, with commands to copy and paste into a terminal. Separate wiki pages do that, you just need to put in the tiniest possible bit of effort to find them. And if you don't know how to partition disks, or have no idea if your laptop uses EFI or not, or want a list of checkboxes to tick instead of already knowing what you want to end up with... then maybe, just maybe, Arch is not the distro you should be installing in the first place.
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