(sorry for the long post)
I just joined the forum after installing Antergos (KDE) today. I’ve used Linux a fair few times casually with the aim of migrating all of my systems and my work machine over to Linux over time. Am well and truly fed up with Windows and its constant update/restarts that are infuriating.
The issue is that I have used Ubuntu and for a very short while Fedora in the past so am yet to find my way around the Terminal/Konsole on my Razer Blade Stealth, which seems to be running sweetly as a dual boot (owned by work not me so have to leave WIndoze on there) and is very responsive (16GB RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD will do that I suppose)…
but… am in the process of sorting my desktop and applications. Have done the icons, fonts etc and yet to sort desktop widgets. I’ve fired up steam and found 55 of my games are available natively , which is awesome but I can stream them too I think. My main concern is that I have a ton of tv, video and game content on my Windows 10 desktop in the other room that runs Plex, Steam and various apps like Visual Studio etc.
Having had issues with Ubuntu not auto-mounting NTFS drives (that currently hold all the media and game content) and having to write scripts to do that, do I need to do similar or will Antergos auto-mount the NTFS drives for me? I’d rather not have to physically migrate the content to new drives when the existing drives are almost brand new albeit on a slightly rubbish format.