You recently bought a Trezor Hardware Wallet and being an Arch Linux user you're wondering how to set-up the trezor-bridge daemon in the most secure way? This guide has got your back!
If like me you're used to setting up your own hosting environment on a Debian derived distro than you'll probably be surprised to know that setting up the same stack on Arch is just a tad different than what you're used to. I've put together this practical guide to get you up and running quickly.
Installing a packagesudo pacman -S <package> Searching for a packagesudo pacman -Ss <description/name> Removing packagesTo remove a single package, leaving all of its dependencies installed: sudo pacman -R <package> To remove a package and its dependencies which are not required by any other installed package: sudo pacman -Rs <package> Cleaning the package cacheThe built-in option to remove all the cached packages that are not currently installed is: sudo pacman -Sc To clean the entire cache run this (be careful with this one): sudo pacman -Scc Removing unused packages (orphans)pacman -Rns…
If you've been wanting to try out Arch Linux on your machine but can't seem to figure out the right steps to install then this is the perfect post for you!