This method should work on every ARM device once the Archlinux ARM base is installed. The script lets you choose to do a desktop install or a headless server install. In this case, we will be doing a desktop install.
The following is a basic list of instructions to install EndeavourOS with a Desktop Environment or Windows Manager.
https://github.com/endeavouros-arm/manuals has more in-depth manuals. Click on the desired manual and it will come up in a basic Github viewer. Click on the ‘Download’ button and the manual comes up with a PDF viewer that will
allow you to print or save the PDF.
By default, the system has created a user named ALARM (ArchLinux ARM) with the password ALARM. It also has created a root account simply named root with a password root, to make things easier. In this step, we’re going to use the root account and not the ALARM account.
Boot up your ARM device and once booted login as root and enter root as password.
Then enter the following command:
# ls -l
This should show an “install-script” directory, then enter the following:
# cd install-script" # ls -l # ./endeavour-ARM-install-V2.X.sh
Now, you will be greeted with the last steps and to finalize the install just fill in the info on the screen as shown below:
The script will install EndeavourOS on your device. Now EndeavourOS is installed on your ARM device, just reboot and have fun exploring and customizing your system to your needs.
You can install anything from the AUR, with the exception of heavy graphic and power resources apps, to install those packages you can use yay.
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