Antergos good Distro to learn Arch?
Between packages that I want not being in Debian Stable and having to move to Debian Testing to get them and then Debian Testing not working with Gdebi and other little "issues" I'm just about ready to give Arch a try. I wonder if Antergos would be a good Distro to use to learn Arch and all the pacman stuff? That way I could get my feet wet but have a Distro with some "stuff" already installed then after I'm use to running it I can move to a "Real" Arch install and build up what I want. Anyway, just wanted to see if anyone else started out with Arch that way. Thanks.
Tried to boot to the Antergos CD, nothing, so I'm just going to download Arch and burn it to a CD and see what I get.
Why is Antergos terrible ?
I installed Antergos / Cinnamon and it seems (less than 1 hour) good.
Originally Posted by MadmanRB
What was it that I should find terrible?
I am not disagreeing with you, but I installed it in a vm to see if I would want to move one of my physical machines over.
I would like to find out all the bad things before I waste time installing on a physical machine.
If you could either give me your reasons for disliking it, or point me to a post with more details, I would be appreciative.