Personally, I jump from Ubuntu to Debian to Linux Mint to Garuda Linux and many other distributions but never use more than 2 months.
After Debian, I decided to switch back to Gentoo, but I’m not smart enough to use Gentoo as a daily driver. Literally, I was skeptical to Install Gentoo suddenly on Reddit, and I saw an image with multiple distributions at once.
That catches my eyes. And after that, the rest is history for me, I can’t explain how much I love it and I must say you should try it once.
As you know, Debian is best for stable Coreutils, arch for getting everything first, want to run Business software no doubt centos, and not only that you can run multiple init like OpenRC, init, and systemd without sacrificing other init systems.
There is much to explore, and I’m sure you will say why I don’t know about these distributions earlier?
Enough talk! Let me show you How to Install Bedrock Linux.
Table of Contents
I would say no prerequisite require if you are already running on any Linux Distributions because Bedrock Linux or brl has no concept of ISO. Bedrock Linux has the concept of hijack.
Bedrock Linux is meta Linux Distributions. What are meta Linux distributions? I would suggest you read to read from FAQ.
Steps to Install Bedrock Linux
Generally, we should first try any Linux Distributions in a Virtual environment rather than installing them on physical hardware, and in this case, I would suggest you do that.
Step 1. Download Bedrock Linux Installer Script
It’s necessary to have any distributions pre-installed on your virtual system or physical hardware to perform the next steps.
In my case, Debian is already available so, and I just need to download an installer script from the official GitHub repository.
You can use this link to Download Bedrock Linux Installer script and copy the link as per your system architecture.
Once you copy the link open your terminal and download the script using wget command: At the time of writing this article brl version is 0.7.22.
$ wget https://github.com/bedrocklinux/bedrocklinux-userland/releases/download/0.7.22/bedrock-linux-0.7.22-x86_64.sh bedrock-linux-0.7 100%[==========>] 4.78M 1.08MB/s in 4.4s 2021-08-05 12:07:46 (1.08 MB/s) - ‘bedrock-linux-0.7.22-x86_64.sh’ saved [5009827/5009827]
Step 2. Run and Install Bedrock
This is the last step you need to perform on your pre-installed Linux environment After that bedrock Linux will hijack your current system and it will move the existing Linux Distributions to a temporary location.
Before making any changes script warns you If you are good to go type “Not reversible!” without double quotes.
Step 3. Restart to Bedrock Linux
Wait for some time to process after that restart your system to see changes. If you were able to see the new init selection menu as mine, Congratulation bedrock has been installed on your system.
Still, you are not sure Bedrock Linux has been installed successfully? run the following command into your terminal:
$ brl version Bedrock Linux 0.7.22 Poki
Install arch linux on Bedrock Linux
Let’s see how we can install arch on bedrock Linux along with Debian. To install Arch Linux type the below command:
$ sudo brl fetch arch
After that you can also boast yourself BTW, I use Arch 😎
In Bedrock Linux or brl every distribution is called strata or stratum, If you want to run a specific stratum type:
$ strat arch bash
Learn How to use Bedrock Linux
It is quite intuitive to use Bedrock Linux, to learn more about how you can operate brl more precisely for your work, pass the simple command into your terminal and follow the instructions:
$ brl tutorial basics
If somewhere you are stuck and want help instantly go to libre chat and use the #bedrock channel to connect with bedrock experts. Over there all will help you for me @CactiChameleon9 and @paradigm help me a lot.
That’s all to Install Bedrock Linux on your system, If you find any difficulty please go to libre chat or you can post a comment down. Our team will help you to sort it down.
If you want to share something about the Bedrock Linux that I missed or know something that would help others, please share that in a comment section.
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A man with a tech effusive who has explored some of the amazing technology stuff and is exploring more. While moving towards, I had a chance to work on Android development, Linux, AWS, and DevOps with several open-source tools.