Can I use Antergos without knowing the pacman commands? I only know Debian commands.
To get full control of the system I think you should understand at least the basics of pacman. And pamac is also quite useful.
But here’s something to help with pacman:
Yes, you are right, can’t really use Linux if you can’t talk to the OS. I am just so used to Debian based Ubuntu distro’s. Antergos has a real good installation method, where you can pick and choose during the installation. If Debian has something like that I would stay with it. Antergos ahead!
for common use you do not need to know much about pacman itself or commands, you can use graphical package manager pamac installed by default:
It is able for install and uninstall packages and to update system…