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'''此分类包含了如何下载安装Arch Linux的文章。它也解释了Arch Linux的历史背景,基本安装步骤以及有关发行的信息。'''
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此分类包含了下载安装Arch Linux的文章。
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This category contains articles about Arch Linux releases, and downloading and installing Arch Linux.
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The installation media and their [[GnuPG]] signatures can be acquired from the [https://archlinux.org/download/ Download] page. The single ISO image supports both 32bit and 64bit systems.
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{{Note|It is recommended to verify the image signature before use, especially when downloading from an ''HTTP mirror'', as these are run by volunteers who could [http://www.cs.arizona.edu/stork/packagemanagersecurity/attacks-on-package-managers.html#explanation 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 {{ic|gpg --verify archlinux-<version>-dual.iso.sig}}. If the public key is not found, [[GnuPG#Import key|import]] it with {{ic|gpg --recv-keys ''key-id''}}.
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Alternatively, run {{ic|pacman-key -v archlinux-<version>-dual.iso.sig}} from an existing Arch Linux installation.
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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]] when none is available.
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Method
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! Articles
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! Conditions
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| Write the image on flash media or optical disc, then boot from it.
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* [[USB flash installation media]]
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* [[Optical disc drive#Burning]]
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* Installation on one, or a few machines at most
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* Obtain a directly bootable system
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| Mount the image on a server machine and have clients boot it over the network.
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* [[PXE]]
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* [[Diskless system]]
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* Client-server model
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* Wired (1Gbit+) network connection
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| Mount the image in a running Linux system and install Arch from a chroot environment.
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* [[Install from existing Linux]]
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* [[Install from SSH]]
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* Replace an existing system with reduced downtime
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* Install on the local machine, or a remote one via [[VNC]] or [[SSH]]
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| Set up a virtual machine and install Arch as a guest system.
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* [[:Category:Hypervisors]]
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* [[Moving an existing install into (or out of) a virtual machine]]
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* Operating system compatible with virtualization software
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* Obtain an isolated system for learning, testing or debugging
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See also [https://projects.archlinux.org/archiso.git/tree/docs/README.transfer README.transfer] and [https://projects.archlinux.org/archiso.git/tree/docs/README.altbootmethods README.altbootmethods].

Revision as of 01:32, 1 October 2015

zh-TW:Category:Getting and installing Arch 此分类包含了下载安装Arch Linux的文章。

This category contains articles about Arch Linux releases, and downloading and installing Arch Linux.

The installation media and their GnuPG signatures can be acquired from the Download page. The single ISO image supports both 32bit and 64bit systems.

Note: It is recommended to verify the image signature before use, especially when downloading from an HTTP mirror, as these are run by volunteers who could 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.

Alternatively, run 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 when none is available.

Method Articles Conditions
Write the image on flash media or optical disc, then boot from it.
  • Installation on one, or a few machines at most
  • Obtain a directly bootable system
Mount the image on a server machine and have clients boot it over the network.
  • Client-server model
  • Wired (1Gbit+) network connection
Mount the image in a running Linux system and install Arch from a chroot environment.
  • Replace an existing system with reduced downtime
  • Install on the local machine, or a remote one via VNC or SSH
Set up a virtual machine and install Arch as a guest system.
  • Operating system compatible with virtualization software
  • Obtain an isolated system for learning, testing or debugging

See also README.transfer and README.altbootmethods.