New configuration file to manage startup

The hash-utils package has been updated to version 1-62 with major changes. A configuration file located in /etc/utilities.conf has been included that contains the valid options to configure the startup…

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New mirrors

Due to the growth of users who use Hash Linux on a daily basis and to give them a better experience we have expanded our list of mirrors with a…

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About updates

Hash Linux are constantly making changes to improve the user experience and correct errors, being a rolling release does not require a fresh installation to apply these changes. Usually the…

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Warning: x package is newer than … Why is it happening?

In some cases, when updating the system it shows some warnings such as: This happens because the mirror(s) your system is using has not yet updated its database. This does…

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Create you own Hash Linux

Creating a custom Hash Linux iso is very easy using the archiso tool. This is useful if you want to include your favorite packages or eliminate some of those that…

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All about Hash Linux

Hash Linux is a somewhat more complete Arch-based distribution for an end user since it has a much simpler installation and includes a large part of the tools necessary for…

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What to do after installing Hash Linux?

After finishing the installation of Hash Linux on your computer you should do a complete system update to update your packages. This process will update the list of mirrors and…

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New themes and tool

To satisfy the needs of all our users, we have designed a series of themes and an easy-to-use tool to implement them with just one click. All this is included…

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Change the Windows Manager to another one

If you want to install another window manager next to the existing one or you just want to replace it, you can do it by installing the [wm]-hash package with…

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