Arch Linux Installation and Configuration on UEFI Machines

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39 Responses

  1. Daleman84 says:

    Thank you so much for this. Installing grub on my old UEFI mobo it’s been a real pain! But now arch is up and running thanks to you and the Arch Wiki!

  2. Johan Rylander says:

    /etc/localtime already existed on my system. rm /etc/localtime before the ln command (or possibly use a flag on the ln command)

  3. Brian P says:

    Do you have a tutorial on installing a graphical user interface ?

  4. G says:

    The command visudo gives the following error.

    "specified editor (vim) does not exist"
    

    I entered “EDITOR=nano” and was then able to use visudo. Might help anyone else getting stuck at that point.

  5. Nichole says:

    Hi Ravi,

    Wanted to add that the UEFI option must be enabled in the BIOS before the grub EFI can be installed. I learned the hard-way. Great instructions thank you.. Just rooted on a Intel NUC, and being used a firewall.

  6. Joe Schmoe says:

    Hi, I followed all your directions, but I’m getting the error, “yaourt not found”. What do I do?

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