Archman GNU/Linux is a Turkish-based GNU/Linux distribution based on Arch Linux.
Archman GNU/Linux is a freely distributed and open-source computer operating system derived from the lightweight and powerful Arch Linux distribution and promising ease of use and a transparent, rolling development model.
Boot options, official flavors, and supported architectures
The Archman GNU/Linux live images offer users the same boot options as the official Arch Linux ones, including the ability to boot the live session if you want to try the operating system without installing it, boot an existing OS installed on the host machine, run a memory test, check to see if your hardware is compatible, as well as reboot or shutdown the PC.
Archman GNU/Linux is available in several flavors, with the Xfce, KDE Plasma, LXQt, and MATE desktop environments, and there's also a community edition that ships with the JWM (Joe's Window Manager) desktop. All images are live and supported only on 64-bit (amd64/x86_64) hardware architectures as Arch Linux no longer supports 32-bit systems.
Calamares is the default system installer
All Archman GNU/Linux official flavors come with a great collection of open-source applications, including the LibreOffice office suite, Mozilla Firefox web browser, Pidgin instant messenger, uGet downloader, GIMP image editor, Inkscape vector graphics editor, MPV video player, Parole media player, and many of the default utilities of the respective desktop environments.
One thing all Archman GNU/Linux flavors have in common, and that's the system installer, which allows users to install the Arch Linux-based operating system on their personal computers. The default installer is Calamares, the universal installer framework. Calamares not only makes installing Archman GNU/Linux a breeze, but it also provides full-disk encryption.
At the end of the day, Archman GNU/Linux delivers what it promises and more. If you want to get started with Arch Linux, you'll have to give Archman GNU/Linux a try today, and you have no less than five flavors to choose from. It's designed specifically for the Turkish Linux community, but can be used by the rest of the world too.