Category:Getting and installing Arch
This category contains articles about Arch Linux releases, and downloading and installing Arch Linux.
It is recommended to verify the image signature before use, especially when downloading from an HTTP mirror, where downloads are generally prone to be intercepted to serve malicious images.
On a system with GnuPG installed, do this by downloading the PGP signature (under Checksums) to the ISO directory, and verifying it with
gpg --verify archlinux-<version>-dual.iso.sig. If the public key is not found, import it with
gpg --recv-keys key-id.
pacman-key -v archlinux-<version>-dual.iso.sig from an existing Arch Linux installation.
The table below offers an overview of the common ways to boot the installation media. As the installation process retrieves packages from a remote repository, these methods require an internet connection; see Offline installation of packages and Archiso#Installation without Internet access when none is available.
|Write the image on flash media or optical disc, then boot from it.||
|Mount the image on a server machine and have clients boot it over the network.||
|Mount the image in a running Linux system and install Arch from a chroot environment.|
|Set up a virtual machine and install Arch as a guest system.||
Pages in category "Getting and installing Arch"
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