Unfortunately, /arch/setup no longer comes on Arch Linux. It hasn't since 2012 I think. It's no longer necessary, anyway -- your supposed to manually install Arch Linux to allow you the most customizability. You might also learn a few things here and there if you do. Using an installation script like /arch/setup removes the possibility of you learning anything and the possibility of full customizability. If that script was there now, it would be like locking you into a specific set of options and not allowing you to manually install it. In fact, the URL that discusses the arch installation scripts (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php?ti … edirect=no) now redirects to the installation guide (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Installation_guide). I would stop attempting to find it and just install it manually.
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