It's possible to create a custom bootable ISO by following the procedure below.
Install the artools group (3 packages):
pacman -S artools
There are no profiles available now in the above packages. Use the following to generate
buildiso -p <profile> -qv
Click on the commits button, select an earlier commit that contains all the iso profiles. Click the browse button and then download the zip and extract it.
Copy the the iso-profiles folder to
Note these Profiles are not maintained
Modify the copied folder and file to customise the ISO. Test the output:
buildiso -p <profile> -qv:
If all goes well, create the ISO.
buildiso -p <profile>:
This will create the ISO in
~/artools-workspace/iso, which you can either burn to CD/DVD using your favourite program or dd it to USB (etcher found in AUR works well for USB sticks).
To install the ISO without fetching updates during installation, set netinstall = no from the initial grub menu.
Boot to your selected desktop and start calamares.
Signature from "Artix Buildbot <email@example.com>" is invalid You can try to either:
sudo pacman -S artix-keyring sudo pacman-key --populate artix sudo pacman-key --lsign-key 78C9C713EAD7BEC69087447332E21894258C6105
to refresh the build ISO keys.