Installing Arch on the Raspberry Pi is rather simple and well documented. There is an offline step, where you copy a base system on the SD card. Then, you place the card in the Raspberry Pi, boot it and you log into that new system somehow, to finish the configuration and start customizing. “Somehow” is either: you plug a keyboard and a screen to the Raspberry Pi and work within the console, or: you plug the Raspberry Pi to your router/computer through an Ethernet cable and log in over SSH. But what if all you have is a Wifi dongle?
The brand new OnePlus Two and OnePlus X just arrived, and they are beautiful! But as many brand new things, there are some manual tweaks needed to make them cooperate with our beloved system, before the upstream manages to catch up. If the only thing you can access on your brand new OnePlus device is a fake “OnePlus Drivers” CD drive, this post is for you. Don’t worry, it’s dead simple.