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[[arch-server-docu|arch-server-docu]]
<<Warn("Still in progress. The ISO does not yet contain a complete configuration.")>>
<<Note("But the arch installation is really quick. Just without any PwOSS configuration.")>>
<<Note("But it is already usable. Just without any PwOSS configuration.")>>
</center>
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[[_TOC_]]
# 1. Requirements
# Requirements
To get your own server you'll need a few things:
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## 1.1. Hardware
## Hardware
### 1.1.1. Minimal system
### Minimal system
- 512 megabyte (MB) of memory (RAM)
- 800 megabytes (MB) of hard disk space
- A one gigahertz (GHz) processor
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### 1.1.2. Recommended system
### Recommended system
- 2 gigabyte (GB) of memory (RAM)
- 8 gigabytes (GB) of hard disk space
- A 2 gigahertz (GHz) processor
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### 1.1.3. System architecture
### System architecture
The following items are also recommended:
- A reliable 1GB (or greater) USB stick
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## 1.2. Software
## Software
### 1.2.1. Arch ISO
### Arch ISO
Download the .iso file and the .iso.sig file from some of the listed provider from [archlinux.org](https://www.archlinux.org/download/) and open the md5.txt file.
<<Note("Arch Linux is only available for 64-bit systems.
Download the .iso file and the .iso.sig file from some of the listed provider from [archlinux.org](https://www.archlinux.org/download/) and open the md5.txt file.
<<Note("Arch Linux is only available for 64-bit systems.)>>
 
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### 1.2.2. PwOSS ISO
### PwOSS ISO
Or you can use our ISO. Just follow the instructions from [PwOSS - Gitea](https://git.pwoss.org/server/iso).
 
### 1.2.3. (Optional) Etcher
### (Optional) Etcher
Download Etcher to flash the ISO
- [Etcher](https://www.balena.io/etcher/)
 
### 1.2.4. server-docu.md
### server-docu.md
You can follow the [arch-server-docu.md](/content/server/arch-server-docu) file or download the file from [PwOSS - Gitea](https://git.pwoss.org/Server/Documentation/src/branch/master/arch-server-docu.md).
 
# 2. How To
# How To
## 2.1. BIOS
## BIOS
You have to align the boot-start to your USB-Stick.
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## 2.2. Installation
## Installation
If you got every [requirements](/content/server/arch-x86_64#1-requirements) then we can go further with the first step (3 steps in total).
If you got every [requirements](/content/server/arch-x86_64#requirements) then we can go further with the first step (3 steps in total).
Get yourself a coffee or tea and let's go through this.
### 2.2.1. Step 1
### Step 1
#### 2.2.1.1. Flashing the ISO file
#### Flashing the ISO file
```
fdisk -l
```
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### 2.2.2. Step 2
### Step 2
#### 2.2.2.1. Create an no-ip account
#### Create an no-ip account
Follow the link [www.noip.com](https://www.noip.com/sign-up) and create an account and copy your chosen hostname.
You’ll need it for the installation of the server.
 
#### 2.2.2.2. The .md file
#### The .md file
Go through the [arch-server-docu.md](/content/server/arch-server-docu) file. Just copy and paste.
 
### 2.2.3. Step 3
### Step 3
#### 2.2.3.1. Reboot server
#### Reboot server
Done? Did you restart your server? Everything seems to be fine?
Good!
 
#### 2.2.3.2. Port forwarding
#### Port forwarding
You’ll need the port forwarded to your server - IP (192.168.1.76)
[www.noip.com](https://www.noip.com/support/knowledgebase/general-port-forwarding-guide/) has a good list of some router brands.
<<Note("Your router isnt listed? Just <a href='mailto:team@pwoss.org'>email us</a> or create an <a href='https://git.pwoss.org/server/iso/issues'>issue</a>.")>>
 
#### 2.2.3.3. Primary DNS server
#### Primary DNS server
Last step will be to change the DNS server. This is necessary to get every device through Pi-Hole.
Login in to your router and change the "primary DNS server" under "DHCP-Server".
<<Note("This can be named differently. Depends on your router.")>>


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