The next stage is selecting package I need or I think I need. Arch Linux installation gives a lot of freedom to its user, by letting user to choose and select the packages he/she thinks he/she needs, I like this empowerment and of course the pre-requisite is to know what I need or at least to know what I think I need haha… I am a Linux convert, for several years I have been spoiled by Windows way of installation whereby user needs not worry because everything was automatic, such convenience also comes a price – complacency and lost the freedom to choose.
I chose some library files as some softwares which I may need in future might need those, also chose the wireless packages as I would like to use my usb Alfa wireless adapter, and also chose some utilities.
Installing GRUB legacy. In the past I never knew what grub is… actually I did not know what bootloader was as well LOL! In Windows everything was automatic…haha.
Leave this as default, you can choose to install base-devel as well if you want to modify the grub, however you need to understand without installing base (the binary) Arch Linux cannot boot after installation.
Install the packages which I have chosen including grub.
Although there is a Y/n interactive shell, I did not have to do anything at all, the installation from here is automatically chosen as Y.