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- 08-05-2014 #11
Manjaro uses Manjaro Repos, Stable, Testing or Unstable. Something like Antergos uses Arch Stable Repos and one mirror of it's own.
For Manjaro to sync mirrors you to into Terminal and do a "sudo pacman-mirrors -g" and it'll go out and get the mirrors for you then you do a "sudo pacman -Syy" to sync with them. In Antergos or Arch you install Reflector then check the Wiki and copy and past the code from #3 into Terminal and it'll ping 200 mirrors and rank and store them in order of the fastest. Of course in either you can do a "sudo pacman-optimize && sync" to set up mirrors too after you've pinged and synced with them using the upper two steps.No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.
- 08-15-2014 #12
- 08-15-2014 #13
I ran Antergos for a month or so, it's pretty much "ARCH" and I really didn't care for the daily updates. I'm much happier with the update schedule of Manjaro in Testing mode. I think that'll be the Distro that I stick with from here on out.No matter where ya' go, there ya' are.
- 6 Days Ago #14
In my Arch disto I just typeCode:
I've been able to get what ever I need with these 3.
- 6 Days Ago #15