Firstly I’d like to greet all antergos community, and simply say hello.
I’ve been searching for my distro of choice for years, and eventually i ended up with antergos installed. I used Arch most of the time, but then I had some major boot up issues with it and didn’t wanted to spend hours on installing and / or setting it up again and again. Then I found Cinnarch - it was a good approach, but I didn’t like cinnamon too much - it was very unstable DE for me at the time, so I switched to manjaro - it was nice, but it gave me some boot up issues in time, I didn’t also liked their xfce-oriented philosophy, so when Antergos started, I decided to give it a try. It’s really nice but it also has it’s “buts” which I’d like to mention here.
First: cnchi - although it looks great and simply, I find it the most unstable installer on earth. I am just on freshly installed Antergos, and still don’t know how did I even manage to set the OS up. It seems so random and unreliable, d’oh . Also please consider it should unmount removable devices when trying to have antergos on them . It would be nice.
Second thought: the website. Despite of the fact I really like its design - it’s really nice, and clean (as Antergos itself I have to say), it often gives 404s and such… The wiki section seems not to work properly as well.
Also I didn’t manage to make antergos boot with uefi, but it’s not a major problem since I installed grub on a separate harddisk (it’s a bit annoying though since I have to switch the boot device in bios each boot.
Guys, I really DO appreciate your work there - the distro is modern-looking (I say it as a graphic-enthusiast) and has all I loved about arch, but it also seems so immature - is installing a matter of luck, or what? . After all of that I am a happy antergos user now, and pointing all thumbs up for your project