Arch Linux's Archinstall Preparing Better Btrfs Support, More Fixes
Archinstall 2.3.1-rc1 has been released as a test version to showcase the latest Arch Linux installation enhancements. One of the big changes for this point release is continuing to improve the Btrfs file-system support, especially with accommodating more complex file-system configurations. This pull was merged for Archinstall 2.3.1 that now has Btrfs sub-volume support working that can fix various existing issues with the installer as well as paving the way for more Btrfs-driven features moving forward.
Archinstall 2.3.1-rc1 also now triggers "mkinitcpio -P" at the end of the installer process to catch any late installation changes, a separate /home partition will now be created only if the drive is greater than 60GB, there is now a command output log file for the Arch install command to archive the complete history, and a number of bug fixes.
Archinstall allows making a new Arch Linux installation in a matter of minutes.
More details in the GitHub announcement for Archinstall 2.3.1-rc1. Hopefully the stable release will be out soon and the update makes it into the next monthly Arch Linux ISO Release.