Today I share a small sheet sheet to learn to use yay. Yay is an AUR helper and Pacman wrapper that streamlines the management of packages on Arch Linux. It acts as a bridge between the official Arch repositories and the AUR, making it easier for users to install, update, and remove software.
I had to set up Bluetooth on my EndeavourOS (an Arch-like distro), and here’s how I did it: Check the Bluetooth service status: $ sudo systemctl status bluetooth.service This command will display the current status of the Bluetooth service. Start and enable the Bluetooth service: $ sudo systemctl start bluetooth.service $ sudo systemctl enable bluetooth.service These command activates the Bluetooth service and ensures that it starts automatically when
BlackArch Linux is an Arch Linux-based penetration testing distribution for penetration testers and security researchers. The repository contains 2872 tools. BlackArch Linux is compatible with existing Arch installs. BlackArch Linux can be installed as a single distro using their ISOs and it is also compatible with existing/normal Arch installations. In this case it will act as an unofficial user repository. In this post we will cover the process of adding BlackArch repositories to