Install EndeavourOS (arm aarch64) on Parallel Desktop Mac M1

Install EndeavourOS (arm aarch64) on Parallel Desktop Mac M1

Format partition

mkfs.fat /dev/sdb1

mkfs.ext4 /dev/sdb2

Mount partition

mount /dev/sdb2 /mnt

Download archlinux arm

cd /mnt

wget http://os.archlinuxarm.org/os/ArchLinuxARM-aarch64-latest.tar.gz

bsdtar -xpf ArchLinuxARM-aarch64-latest.tar.gz

rm -rf ArchLinuxARM-aarch64-latest.tar.gz

Get into chroot

mount --bind /mnt /mnt && cd /mnt && rm /mnt/etc/resolv.conf && cp /etc/resolv.conf etc && mount -t proc /proc proc && mount --make-rslave --rbind /sys sys && mount --make-rslave --rbind /dev dev && mount --make-rslave --rbind /run run

chroot /mnt /bin/bash

prepare multiple download

nano /etc/pacman.conf

Search parallel and remove flag

ParallelDownloads = 5

Init pacman keyring

pacman-key --init

pacman-key --populate archlinuxarm

Commands for install

pacman -Syu base linux linux-firmware vim arch-install-scripts efibootmgr networkmanager network-manager-applet dialog os-prober mtools dosfstools base-devel linux-headers

prepare boot

ls /boot

cp -rv /boot/* /tmp/

mount /dev/sdb1 /boot ## mount boot efi partition

cp -rv /tmp/* /boot/

config system

dbus-uuidgen > /etc/machine-id ## Fix for missing machine-id

genfstab / >> /etc/fstab ## Check your fstab after issuing this command to make sure there aren’t other partitions

ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/Europe/Rome /etc/localtime ## This is if you’re located in Europe with Rome’s timezone

hwclock --systohc

nano /etc/locale.gen ## Select your locales

locale-gen

echo “LANG=it_IT.UTF-8” >> /etc/locale.conf ##Assuming you want this locale

echo “endeavouros” >> /etc/hostname

nano /etc/hosts ## Here we use vim to modify the hosts file

ADD MANUAL IP

127.0.0.1 localhost

::1 localhost

Install bootloader

bootctl --path=/boot install ## Here we begin setting up systemd-boot

Enable NetworkManager

systemctl enable NetworkManager

Configs

nano /boot/loader/loader.conf

timeout 10

#console-mode keep

default arch-*

Entries

nano /boot/loader/entries/entries.arch.conf

title EndeavourOS

linux /Image

initrd /initramfs-linux.img

options root=/dev/sdb2 rw

Download script in /opt

cd /opt

For endeavourOS

git clone https://github.com/endeavouros-arm/install-script.git

Exit ssh

Create system into parallel

System Debian

halt system

Create VM

Start EndeavouOS

cd /opt/install-script

chmod 777 endeavour-ARM-install-V2.X.sh

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hei @specialworld83 :fist:
So kind of running EndeavourOS on M1 already :star_struck:

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The next step is to run it natively using the asahi linux scripts.

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will be interesting to see :wink:
@pudge ?

There’s always room in the EndeavourOS Inn for tutorials. etc. that utilize EndeavourOS ARM. Actually Arch Linux Arm.

I of course do not own a Mac M1. Never have owned anything Apple, and never will.

Pudge

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I learned all I need to know about Apple when I was a toddler - too many of the apples I found on the ground (we had 2 trees) were encumbered by worms, or wasps.

What’s worse than finding a worm in an apple? Half a worm in half an apple… :duck:

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Grazie mille @specialworld83 I have added the tutorial on the EndeavourOS ARM website.

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@Bryanpwo Even if I’m not always there, Endeavous OS is in my heart and I will do everything to be able to bring it to Mac m1. Expect Asahi Linux releases 100% working scripts to bring EOS to Apple’s ARM processor.

Heartfelt thanks to all of you for this great community

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