Ultimate Arch Minimal?

by on Mar.05, 2024, under Ultimate Edition

Right from the top to the bottom.
I recently made an Ultimate Arch Developer Edition. Now let us twist this up. I dropped to the bottom a “Minimal Edition”, no GUI will work great for a “Server Edition”. Bigger plans are coming from TMOSB (TheeMahn’s O/S Builder).

Back to the roots. Built a Minimal Ultimate Arch Linux. From the top straight to the bottom. I want to be clear as to why is there no Icon theme. Or a theme? It is CLI (command Line Installed), which will be great for servers. I do have a ways to go.

Error no theme found or icons. I imagine not does not have a GUI (Graphical User Interface). It is the real deal.

I did have a co-worker ask me what I inferred with Intel. I don’t own one piece of Intel hardware or NVidia hardware the Wifey does, but I do not. Josh (FineTuch) a good buddy of mine brought over his laptop and worked flawlessly. Not this Operating system. I am at the bottom right now. What I am going to do? Command switch is driven to build a “Skeleton” for you. From the Bottom to the top as you ask.

Most people do not not know this I have been offered a 1/4 a million year to quit my job and build Operating Systems. I do that for free. At that point, I would have to build what they want. I have no boss when it comes to programming and being an Operating System Architect. I do whatever I want and like the freedom. I have said this 1,000 times before I am not here for the money. Let me be clear I do not have ads. I do not accept donations. How am I doing it? Petabytes of transfer if not Exabytes. I do write software for that too to calculate transfer up to Yottabytes. Google comes to mind.

Think I lie?

DISK Operations? – Taking a stab at calculating disk / file sizes smartly up to Yottabyte

Could easily roll up to a Geopbyte.

· 1 Bit = Binary Digit

· 8 Bits = 1 Byte

· 1024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte

· 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte

· 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte

· 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte

· 1024 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte

· 1024 Petabytes = 1 Exabyte

· 1024 Exabytes = 1 Zettabyte

· 1024 Zettabytes = 1 Yottabyte

· 1024 Yottabytes = 1 Brontobyte

· 1024 Brontobytes = 1 Geopbyte

See additional code in the function FileSize to see how I did so using the array

defined below.

Accept it

The only way I would ever do that is if you have the exact mindset I have. I want to help my users. Simplicity.

Does it work? I’m glad I did not take the time to SEO (Search Engine Optimize) this page. It is coming. When I am done you will not have to know the command archinstall. I have already made it easier the command upgrade will upgrade your system w/o knowing sudo pacman -Syuu. I am trying to make it easier for you. I have been building Operating Systems since 2006 and writing software since I was 11. I am 53 years old, do the math on that one.

They do not piss with me at all.

I can not imagine why you wou would fuck with me at all. Facebook does put a delay on my posts. Do you realise the impact I have to you?

1024 Petabytes = 1 Exabyte I have 100% moved Petabytes. Look at the chart one guy. I am pushing Exabytes. I am going nowhere but up. I do have Phat servers. I think the slowest one is 10 Gigabit a second. I do write software for that too. I write software for 100 Gigabit. They love me. I may burn FaceBook out of my picture.

I dont like thier comunistic attitutde. You will not like me. I am about to fuck you up FaceBook. Can you monitor and change my website? I have not SEO’d my site and gain #1 position. What I ask I get. I don’t think you understand that yet.

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