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commit 15751c77ac5970a5e4777d692e442c3ea410ff80
parent 26ff028b19e0d7f65539f14692d52bd178259f76
Author: Luke <>
Date:   Thu, 19 Oct 2017 17:58:40 -0700

fix of location

Diffstat: | 2+-
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/ b/ @@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ Then, finally, once that all is done, you should be able to log out, then log in I also have a script here for installing Arch automatically. I *only* wrote this script so I could quickly install then test the other scripts on new computers, but theoretically you could use it as well. *BUT* this is a lazy, pre-alpha script which does not give you many options (it automatically chooses the New York time zone, US English, GRUB, Network Manager, etc). Even more important, it automatically partitions /dev/sda without asking, so unless, you have no non-backed up data on your machine, I don't advise running it unless you don't mind a full wipe. That said, you can run it like this after booting into an Arch live environment: ``` -curl -O #Downloads the script. +curl -O #Downloads the script. bash #Runs it. ```