Contributions & Discussion


Post here if you'd like to say hello.
YOU ARE WELCOME! ... say hello to the community:

Hi to all happy Antergos users out there!
We just create this “Hello Antergos!” Category to get you here, also without a problem in front ;)

We want you to say hello and if you like: A swing from your Linux life!
Praise and send down Antergos! if you feel you have to!
Feel free to open a topic under this category if you have a long story!

I am one of the newer moderators here, and try my best to help on both little and big problems, and I must say it is a pleasure to help, even on the stupidest and most fundamental questions (we do not know stupid questions here!) It is all about learn, relearn, teach, help, get help and communicate!

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Discuss GNU/Linux related topics that don't quite fit into other forum categories.
webkitgtk2

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A place for true innovation. Share your own created utilities with the Antergos community.
What's the point about the wiki?

@tuxayo said i

The difference between Arch and Antergos is nowhere near the one between Debian an Ubuntu. This shouldn’t be a valid reason.

I agree on this. But still there s a different recipe. You have no idea how the preconfigured Arch system (Antergos) was put together. Unless you re one of its devs, that is. So I can understand their unwillingness to advice on something they have not the slightest clue on how it was set up

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Post your screenshots. Contribute or share new logos, icons, themes, wallpapers and other artwork here.
Show your desktop

Updated my desktop (xfce of course): http://imgur.com/a/Iov5C :slight_smile:

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Not Antergos or GNU/Linux-related? Talk about it here!
Blame n praise (it s all the same) {BUT: do not take personal}

@fernandomaroto said in Blame n praise (it s all the same) {BUT: do not take personal}:

…Then i switched to tumblewed and also had bugs. Also i broken the system many ties testing hehehe

You’re right. It needs some time to get used to Tumbleweed and to fine tune it. I started with Factory, and only after almost a year it became as stable as Arch.

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