Snal Linux is a tiny Linux system based on Arch Linux, generally used as a live USB image to troubleshoot hard disk, system and network problems.
Like Arch, x86_64 is the only architecture supported by Snal Linux.
- Based on Arch Linux
- with i3 window manager
- Firefox browser
- Live USB
After Snal starts, the user is automatically logged in and asked if they want to run startx.
Pressing enter will run the default setting: start XWindows with i3 as window manager. Other options are as follows:
- Typing “y” or simply pressing enter will run startx with i3 as the window manager.
- Typing “n” will run the bash shell.
- Typing “s” will attach an existing screen session or start a new one.
- Typing “x” will join an existing screen session.
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