Arch Linux (commonly referred to simply as Arch) is a Linux distribution inspired by CRUX and intended to be lightweight and simple. The design approach of the development team focuses on "simplicity", elegance, code correctness and minimalism.
"Simplicity", according to Arch, is defined as "...without unnecessary additions, modifications, or complications.." and is defined from a developer standpoint, rather than a user standpoint.
Arch Linux uses a "rolling release" system, with new packages provided daily. Its package management permits users to keep systems up-to-date easily. Rather than encouraging users to move between discrete releases, Arch Linux releases are simply snapshots of the current set of packages, sometimes with revised installation software.
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