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pacman static

download static pacman

 sudo apt install zstd xz-utils 

tar xf  pacman-static-6.0.2-3-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst


generate mirrorlist


LTO mirrorlist


 pacman config


nano pacman.conf 

HoldPkg     = pacman glibc
Architecture = auto
SigLevel    = Never

LocalFileSigLevel = Optional

Server =$repo/os/$arch
Server =$repo/os/$arch
Server =$repo/os/$arch

sudo mkdir -p /mnt/var/lib/pacman/ 

#  ./pacman-static  --config pacman.conf  --root=/mnt -Syu

# very very base
  'filesystem' 'gcc-libs' 'glibc' 'bash' 
 # POSIX tools
  'coreutils' 'file' 'findutils' 'gawk' 'grep' 'procps-ng' 'sed' 'tar' 
  # standard linux toolset
  'gettext' 'pciutils' 'psmisc' 'shadow' 'util-linux' 'bzip2' 'gzip' 'xz'

  # distro defined requirements
  'licenses' 'pacman' 'archlinux-keyring' 'systemd' 'systemd-sysvcompat'

  # networking, ping, etc
  'iputils' 'iproute2'

./pacman-static  --config pacman.conf  --root=/mnt -S bash
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (9) filesystem-2023.01.31-1  gcc-libs-13.2.1-3  glibc-2.38-3  iana-etc-20230907-1  linux-api-headers-6.4-1
             ncurses-6.4_20230520-1  readline-8.2.001-2  tzdata-2023c-2  bash-5.1.016-4

Total Download Size:    50.40 MiB
Total Installed Size:  217.39 MiB



 ./pacman-static  --config pacman.conf  --root=/mnt -S coreutils
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (21) acl-2.3.1-3  attr-2.5.1-3  audit-3.1.2-1
              e2fsprogs-1.47.0-1  gdbm-1.23-2  gmp-6.3.0-1
              keyutils-1.6.3-2  krb5-1.20.1-1  libcap-2.69-1
              libcap-ng-0.8.3-2  libevent-2.1.12-4
              libldap-2.6.6-1  libsasl-2.1.28-4  libtirpc-1.3.3-2
              libverto-0.3.2-4  libxcrypt-4.4.36-1
              openssl-3.1.2-1  pam-1.5.3-3  pambase-20221020-1
              util-linux-libs-2.39.2-1  coreutils-9.3-1

Total Download Size:   14.09 MiB
Total Installed Size:  48.90 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n]   

Dependencies (6)


 ./pacman-static  --config pacman.conf  --root=/mnt -S pacman
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (49) brotli-1.0.9-12  bzip2-1.0.8-5
              ca-certificates-utils-20220905-1  curl-8.2.1-1
              expat-2.5.0-1  findutils-4.9.0-3  gawk-5.2.2-1
              gettext-0.22-1  glib2-2.78.0-2  gnupg-2.2.41-2
              gnutls-3.8.1-1  gpgme-1.22.0-1  grep-3.11-1
              icu-73.2-2  json-c-0.17-1  libarchive-3.7.1-1
              libassuan-2.5.6-1  libffi-3.4.4-1
              libgcrypt-1.10.2-1  libgpg-error-1.47-1
              libidn2-2.3.4-3  libksba-1.6.4-1
              libnghttp2-1.56.0-1  libp11-kit-0.25.0-1
              libpsl-0.21.2-1  libsecret-0.21.0-1
              libssh2-1.11.0-1  libsysprof-capture-3.48.0-4
              libtasn1-4.19.0-1  libunistring-1.1-2
              libusb-1.0.26-2  libxml2-2.11.5-1  lz4-1:1.9.4-1
              mpfr-4.2.1-1  nettle-3.9.1-1  npth-1.6-4
              p11-kit-0.25.0-1  pacman-mirrorlist-20230820-1
              pcre2-10.42-2  pinentry-1.2.1-1  sqlite-3.43.0-1
              systemd-libs-254.3-1  tpm2-tss-4.0.1-1  xz-5.4.4-1
              zlib-1:1.3-1  zstd-1.5.5-1  pacman-6.0.2-7

Total Download Size:    39.62 MiB
Total Installed Size:  150.04 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n] 

./pacman-static  --config pacman.conf  --root=/mnt -S archlinux-keyring
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (1) archlinux-keyring-20230821-2

Total Download Size:   1.14 MiB
Total Installed Size:  1.62 MiB

chroot /mnt

pacman-key --init

pacman-key --populate archlinux

 pacman -S systemd
resolving dependencies...
looking for conflicting packages...

Packages (20) argon2-20190702-5  cryptsetup-2.6.1-3
              dbus-1.14.10-1  device-mapper-2.03.22-2
              hwdata-0.374-1  iptables-1:1.8.9-1  kbd-2.6.2-1
              kmod-30-3  libelf-0.189-3  libmnl-1.0.5-1
              libnetfilter_conntrack-1.0.9-1  libnfnetlink-1.0.2-1
              libnftnl-1.2.6-1  libnl-3.8.0-1  libpcap-1.10.4-1
              libutempter-1.2.1-3  popt-1.19-1  shadow-4.13-3
              util-linux-2.39.2-1  systemd-254.3-1

Total Download Size:   17.64 MiB
Total Installed Size:  72.66 MiB

pacman -Qe
archlinux-keyring 20230821-2
base 3-1
bash 5.1.016-4
bash-completion 2.11-3
coreutils 9.3-1
htop 3.2.2-1
iproute2 6.5.0-1
nano 7.2-1
neofetch 7.1.0-2
nnn 4.9-1
pacman 6.0.2-7
procps-ng 4.0.4-1
psmisc 23.6-1
systemd 254.3-1
systemd-sysvcompat 254.3-1

artix mirrors


Server =$repo/os/$arch


nano pacman.conf 

HoldPkg     = pacman glibc
Architecture = auto
SigLevel    = Never

LocalFileSigLevel = Optional


Server =$repo/os/$arch


Server =$repo/os/$arch


Server =$repo/os/$arch

sudo mkdir -p /mnt/var/lib/pacman/ 
sudo  ./pacman-static  --config artix.conf   --root=/home/kai/arch -Syu base
:: Synchronizing package databases...
system is up to date
world is up to date
galaxy is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade...
resolving dependencies...
:: There are 8 providers available for init-logind:
:: Repository system
1) elogind-dinit 2) elogind-openrc 3) elogind-s6
:: Repository world
4) elogind-runit 5) seatd-dinit 6) seatd-openrc 7) seatd-runit 8) seatd-s6 

1. elogind-dinit
Packages (125) 
Total Download Size: 123.67 MiB
Total Installed Size: 506.55 MiB
 2.  elogind-openrc
Packages (128)
Total Download Size: 141.87 MiB
Total Installed Size: 583.80 MiB 
 3. elogind-s6 
Packages (130)
Total Download Size:   124.00 MiB
Total Installed Size: 509.08 MiB

 4. elogind-runit 
warning: runit-rc will be installed before its runit dependency
Packages (127)
Total Download Size: 124.00 MiB
Total Installed Size: 508.14 MiB

5. seatd-dinit 
Packages (123) 
Total Download Size: 122.73 MiB
Total Installed Size: 503.63 MiB

 6.  seatd-openrc 
Packages (127)  
Total Download Size:   140.94 MiB
Total Installed Size: 580.88 MiB 
  7.  seatd-runit
Enter a number (default=1): 7
Packages (124)
warning: runit-rc will be installed before its runit dependency
Total Download Size:   120.07 MiB
Total Installed Size: 491.75 MiB
8. seatd-s6 
Packages (128)  
Total Download Size:   123.07 MiB
Total Installed Size: 506.16 MiB

archlinux repo in artix 
mkdir /home/kai/.config/arch/ 
nano   /home/kai/.config/arch/config
HoldPkg = pacman glibc
Architecture = auto
SigLevel = Never

LocalFileSigLevel = Optional

Server =$repo/os/$arch
Server =$repo/os/$arch
Server =$repo/os/$arch
only gnome-terminal is available for wayland in artix repo 
 sudo pacman --config ~/.config/arch/config   -Sy
sudo pacman --config ~/.config/arch/config   -S foot foot-terminfo
nano .bin/pacman-arch
pacman --config /home/kai/.config/arch/config "$@"
chmod +x .bin/pacman-arch 
do not do sudo pacman-arch -Syu from this 
you can also do official way if you use a lot of package
services are in  /etc/dinit.d

  • dinit
  • dinitcheck
  • dinitctl 
  •  dinit-init     
  • dinit-monitor 
  • /etc/dinit.d/config/ - configurations for dinit services
  • /etc/dinit.d/boot.d/ - dinit services that run on boot
  • /etc/dinit.d/scripts/ - dinit wrapper scripts
  • /var/log/dinit/ - logs for dinit services
  • /etc/dinit.d/service_name-pre - preparation service, in some cases, this is needed because the "preparation" must be run as root but the service itself must be run as its own user 
  • Start service: # dinitctl start service_name
  • Stop service: # dinitctl stop service_name
  • Restart service: # dinitctl restart service_name
  • Enable service: # dinitctl enable service_name
  • Disable service: # dinitctl disable service_name
  • List services: # dinitctl list


dinitcheck is usually used if to check if there is any problem with the dinit service directory, it will check for any syntax errors, invalid parameter values, and dependency cycles. 


type = process | bgprocess | scripted | internal
 command = /path/to/servicename
 restart = (boolean)
 smooth-recovery = (boolean)
 logfile = ...
 depends-on = (service name)
 waits-for = (service name)

There are four types of dinit services:

  • process, for foreground daemons
  • bgprocess, for forking daemons
  • scripted, for oneshots
  • internal, which is only useful inside dinit and is usually used to "gather" lots of dependencies into one big dependency, or similar to "bundle" in s6.

There are three types of dependencies:

  • depends-on is hard dependency, so if any service is named here, it must run no matter what before the service is started
  • depends-ms is a milestone dependency, so while the rules of depends-on apply when starting service, if the dependency stopped, the dependent will still run
  • waits-for is soft dependency, while the service will wait for its dependency to run, it will still run if the dependency fails

/etc/dinit.d/service-name, $HOME/.config/dinit.d/service-name


make pipewire user service

when run as user dinit looks for  ~/.config/dinit.d/boot

mkdir -p ~/.config/dinit.d/boot.d/

 cat  ~/.config/dinit.d/boot
# The primary service

type = internal

logfile    = ~/.local/share/dinit/user.log

waits-for.d = boot.d


cat  dbus

type = process
load-options = sub-vars
logfile = $HOME/.local/share/dinit/dbus.log
command = /home/kai/.config/scripts/dbus-session --print-address 3
smooth-recovery = true
ready-notification = pipefd:3

cat pipewire

type = process
load-options = sub-vars
logfile = $HOME/.local/share/dinit/pipewire.log
command = pipewire
restart = true
#depends-on = dbus.user

cat pipewire-pulse 

type = process
load-options = sub-vars
logfile = $HOME/.local/share/dinit/pipewire-pulse.log
command = pipewire-pulse
restart = true
depends-on = pipewire

cat wireplumber 

 type = process
load-options = sub-vars
logfile = $HOME/.local/share/dinit/wireplumber.log
command = wireplumber
restart = true
smooth-recovery = true
depends-on = pipewire
#depends-on = pipewire-pulse

 ln -s ../wireplumber ~/.config/dinit.d/boot.d/ 
services taken from 


to enable service link to boot.d like this 

 ln -s ../svname  /etc/dinit.d/boot.d/

 add user to audio group 
usermod -aG audio kai










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