i put together an updated as of 9-26-2015 Sensei 64-bit. it's barebones though, only 000-kernel.xzm, and 001-core.xzm. this way u build the system *exactly*, as fat, or as skinny as *you* want it. toughest part will probably be connecting to the internet to install with pacman, the stuff you want. easiest way is hardwiring/ethernet. could also connect to your wifi with wpa_supplicant.
after connecting online, you'd probably want xorg and this is installed by:
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pacman -S xorg-server xorg-xinit xf86-input-keyboard xf86-input-mouse xf86-video-vesa
for your specific video card you could instead of installing xf86-video-vesa, install xf86-video-intel or xf86-video-ati or xf86-video-nouveau
after that you can install your favorite DE
you can install the whole xfce, or pick the parts of it you want. or install any other DE or WM you want.
if xfce is the DE you chose to install, next you'd run the command
when nano opens the .xinitrc file, type in:
close nano with Ctrl+x, press Y for yes, and press Enter to save the file. then run the command:
that should start xfce.
this is just a base and maybe some of the users will create and share the DE's and other custom modules. LXQT that blue4meridian's been pecking around with should install much more easily now.
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