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Hi,
 
Hi,
  
I am a Chilean girl, n00b Architect, who is studying Computer Science. I learned by myself X/HTML, CSS, some PHP, MySQL, LaTeX, and since 2008 I use Arch Linux. It's my favorite distribution and I doubt that one day I change to another. (Since 2001 I've tried Mandrake, LinEx, Ututo-e, Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Debian.)
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I am a Chilean girl, n00b Architect, who is studying Computer Science. I learned by myself X/HTML, CSS, some PHP, MySQL, LaTeX, and since 2008 I use Arch Linux. It's my favorite distribution and I doubt that one day I change to another. (Since 2001 I've tried Mandrake, LinEx, Ututo-e, Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Debian).
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==My next clean installation==
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Currently my system have an /tmp partition because years ago I read in a blog that is more secure, but now I know that I can mount /tmp in tmpfs so I want to recreate my partition table from scratch.
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===Partitions===
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* '''/boot''': Can I get rid of this?
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* '''/usr''': Is my system more secure with this?
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* '''/var''': Use reiserfs.
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* '''/''' and '''/home''': Use ext4.
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===Packages===
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====Minimum to boot====
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* kernel
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* reiserfsprogs
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* e2fsprogs
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====Make the system usable====
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* bash
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* pacman
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* vim
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====Make the system pretty====
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* xf85-video-ati
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* gnome-shell
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* guake
  
 
==Contributions==
 
==Contributions==
  
 
* [[Dell Inspiron 1525]]
 
* [[Dell Inspiron 1525]]

Revision as of 16:01, 11 August 2012

Hi,

I am a Chilean girl, n00b Architect, who is studying Computer Science. I learned by myself X/HTML, CSS, some PHP, MySQL, LaTeX, and since 2008 I use Arch Linux. It's my favorite distribution and I doubt that one day I change to another. (Since 2001 I've tried Mandrake, LinEx, Ututo-e, Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Debian).

My next clean installation

Currently my system have an /tmp partition because years ago I read in a blog that is more secure, but now I know that I can mount /tmp in tmpfs so I want to recreate my partition table from scratch.

Partitions

  • /boot: Can I get rid of this?
  • /usr: Is my system more secure with this?
  • /var: Use reiserfs.
  • / and /home: Use ext4.

Packages

Minimum to boot

  • kernel
  • reiserfsprogs
  • e2fsprogs

Make the system usable

  • bash
  • pacman
  • vim

Make the system pretty

  • xf85-video-ati
  • gnome-shell
  • guake

Contributions