Installing Arch Linux on the Pinebook Pro

The pinebook pro is a beautiful 64-bit ARM based laptop, that reminds me of the form factor of a modern macbook air, shipping with a premium magnesium alloy shell, 128GB eMMC and a 10,000 mAH battery. All this for $200. As a NIX machine, I decided to stick with Arch Linux, but have plans to one day install OpenBSD on it. A big thanks to the team (Nadia Holmquist Pedersen) who has put together a pre-built flashable Arch Linux image, tailored for ARM and specially some of the hardware in the Pinebook Pro.
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Arch Linux

After witnessing insane minimalism paired with a tiler (tiling window manager), knew it was my time to take the pilgrimage to Arch Linux. Some characteristics that make Arch unique: The Arch Way embody the principles behind Arch Linux; simplicity, modernity, pragmatism, user centrality and versatility. Forces one to build the system up by hand. This encourages you to question the role of each component of the system, and available options to satisfy that component (e.
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