[arch-general] Thank you
lundberg.emil at gmail.com
Tue Jan 7 01:48:38 EST 2014
I, too, would like to chime in and say a big THANK YOU to everyone making
Arch what it is. I started getting into Linux during my first year at
university, and a colleague of mine recommended Arch. After using Ubuntu
for a while on my new netbook I decided to try Arch, and I've loved it ever
since. The Arch Way sits just right with my minimalist taste, and Arch is
definitely my favourite operating system of all.
Keep up the great work!
On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 9:22 AM, Fish Kungfu <fish.kungfu at mail.ru> wrote:
> I'm just another VERY HAPPY Arch Linux user, but I encourage you all to
> show your support for the people behind Arch in concrete ways too, to keep
> this project alive and well. The following links are from the Arch Linux
> home page, under "Support":
> Donate: https://www.archlinux.org/donate/
> Arch Schwag: http://schwag.archlinux.ca/
> Products via Zazzle: http://www.zazzle.com/archlinux
> T-shirts via Freewear: http://www.zazzle.com/archlinux
> Понедельник, 6 января 2014, 15:26 -08:00 от Don deJuan <
> donjuansjiz at gmail.com>:
> >On 01/06/2014 03:07 PM, Alper Kanat wrote:
> >> Hey Kyle,
> >> Yes, I'm aware of DigitalOcean. Since many years, I used to have my own
> >> server running Arch on Hetzner and now on DigitalOcean. I used to host
> >> ex-company's servers on Hetzner which were again Arch boxes. I
> >> think that Arch has the best package manager in Linux world.
> >> I now work for a different company and we recently decided to move our
> >> servers from Rackspace to AWS (and we did). The thing is neither of
> >> providers officially support Arch. (Rackspace doesn't even support
> >> btw -- at least on dedicated machines) So this is really frustrating. I
> >> know that there are some efforts (AWS supported repo's, specially
> >> kernels etc..) to make Arch available on AWS but they didn't last.
> >> Compiling & configuring everything to make the environment possible is
> >> an option due to time related concerns.
> >> I do my best to spread the word btw. Hopefully Arch will be the next big
> >> thing in Linux world some day. :)
> >> ---
> >> Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
> >> On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 12:32 AM, Kyle < kyle at gmx.ca > wrote:
> >>> According to Alper Kanat:
> >>> # I wish Arch was supported officially on things like AWS and other
> >>> # infrastructures. It's clearly my favourite distro for many years. But
> >>> it's
> >>> # pretty heartbreaking to see that its support is only community
> >>> This is still true on the most wellknown infrastructures such as AWS.
> >>> However, Arch is officially supported on DigitalOcean, which has had
> >>> the honor of being the fastest growing server provider of the past
> >>> They officially provide Arch images for both 32-bit and 64-bit
> >>> architectures, available on a per hour or monthly basis, depending on
> >>> which is the lower price, similar to other so-called cloud hosting
> >>> platforms. As far as I know, it's not the only provider to support
> >>> but it is probably one of very few, and they seem to have the best
> >>> service and specs for the price. Hope this helps.
> >>> : https://digitalocean.com/
> >>> ~Kyle
> >>> http://kyle.tk/
> >>> --
> >>> "Kyle? ... She calls her cake, Kyle?"
> >>> Out of This World, season 2 episode 21 - "The Amazing Evie"
> >There is arch on ec2 that has been active for a long time by
> >uplinklabs.net and he is an Amazon web services employee, official no.
> >But he has been doing a solid effort for a long time.
> Fish Kungfu
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