• YOU ARE WELCOME! ... say hello to the community:


    Hi to all happy Antergos users out there!
    We just created 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!

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    [Li{u}n//u//{i}x] since 1988 - overcoming failure means success
    http://kamprad.net/howto-installing-antergos/
    how to add system logs

  • Nice, nice. It has been very good to be part of this community. I want to let others know that the Antergos team is excellent. I have been using Antergos for about a month and a half and use it on a MacBook Air and built a Raspberry Pi with Arch on it. Thank you for the good work put into this.

    ThePups

  • I’ll say hello. I’ve been around these forums since April (when I installed Antergos). I’ve been a Linux user since 1999 (full time at home since 2002), although I am not and likely will never be a power user or use the command line as if it is second nature. This is one of the most helpful and friendly Linux communities I’ve encountered, and I want to thank everyone for that. Plus, thanks for a great distribution!

  • @WaltH said in YOU ARE WELCOME! ... say hello to the community::

    I’ve been around these forums since April (when I installed Antergos). I’ve been a Linux user since 1999 (full time at home since 2002),

    Wow! With these qualifications, you have me utterly beat:smile:. I’ve only been using Antergos since May and have only been a Linux user since January. Glad to hear of other newer users out there!

    Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it

    Just have some relatives over. Be back in about a week

    Community ISO: https://antergoscommunityeditions.wordpress.com
    Linux Basics: https://linuxbasicssite.wordpress.com

  • @Keegan said in YOU ARE WELCOME! ... say hello to the community::

    @WaltH said in YOU ARE WELCOME! ... say hello to the community::

    I’ve been around these forums since April (when I installed Antergos). I’ve been a Linux user since 1999 (full time at home since 2002),

    Wow! With these qualifications, you have me utterly beat:smile:. I’ve only been using Antergos since May and have only been a Linux user since January. Glad to hear of other newer user out there!

    Only in terms of length of time. From some of your other posts, I can tell you are doing much more with Linux than I. Me, I’m just an ordinary user, using Linux much as I did that other OS.

  • Antergos provides Arch Linux experience with less hassle possible. A few months back when I made my first Antergos LiveUSB, i was thinking it was so good to be true. But here I still am and feels like home. Thanks everyone for their contributions to this community.

  • Hello everyone.

    MilesWeb :: An Indian Web Hosting Company!!

  • Hi there and welcome to the Antergos community, @Tiebes! It’s good to hear of another new user trying Antergos out:grinning:.

    But I am curious, what’s your story? What led you to use Antergos? For me, I started out the Linux world using Linux Mint, but disliked the XP feel of it. Soon after, I switched to Zorin because I felt the need for something slick, modern, and familiar (I had been using Windows until I came across Linux). Zorin was great for me for awhile, but I soon outgrew it. When I discovered the rolling aspect of Antergos, I felt I just had to try it out:grinning:. And here I am today! But what about you? Every story is different…

    And thank you for giving Antergos a try!

    Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it

    Just have some relatives over. Be back in about a week

    Community ISO: https://antergoscommunityeditions.wordpress.com
    Linux Basics: https://linuxbasicssite.wordpress.com

  • Well, here I am. I began using Unix in the '70’s (when I worked for AT&T). Over the years since Linux became functional, I’ve used every major variety. My problem is that I still have an irreducible minimum of applications that require a MS environment, so my Linux work is part-time and in a virtual machine. It is an incredible PITA to have to reinstall everything each time there’s a major version release of, say, Debian, Fedora, or SuSe, so I really want a rolling release. I would probably suffer through the problems inherent in BSD except that none of the variants integrate well into VmWare or VirtualBox. I was using Mint Debian until they gave up on rolling releases.

    So I decided to try Arch. I know how to jump through all the installation hoops – but don’t really care to. I tried ArchBang and Arch-Any: neither would install on VirtualBox (for me – others have succeeded). Antergos was my next-to-last hope – and it just worked. Everything went incredibly smoothly on an xfce install (I do need multiple desktops). And – just for icing on the cake – my shared folder is mounted properly, and my (virtual) desktop is resizable. You’d be surprised how much trouble it takes to make that happen in a Debian or Fedora installation.

    The Antergos developers did a great job. I couldn’t be more pleased (except maybe for systemd – I’ll have to use it for a while to see).

  • And I don’t understand why my first post is on a black background and colorful. What did I do to make that happen? Thanks . . .

  • I suggest we move this systemd discussion to somewhere else instead of filling up this thread…

  • @coqui

    you do this:
    

    0_1501960174904_Bildschirmfoto vom 2017-08-05 21-09-16.png ???

    I just correct this for better readings ;)

    And as @psscnp142 say open up a new discussion for this if there is need to discuss it more deepl please!
    here: https://forum.antergos.com/topic/7607/why-do-people-hate-systemd/5

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    [Li{u}n//u//{i}x] since 1988 - overcoming failure means success
    http://kamprad.net/howto-installing-antergos/
    how to add system logs

  • I started using or was interested in another OS of some sort – in JUN2017. Linux was floating around in my work/fun environment by other people – back in 1998. I didn’t get into it and thought I was better off by using Windows. I am originally a Mac/apple user. I’ve noticed that this Antergos is so much better and mature compared to how those other $$ystems are. Very cool … very nice … and very beautiful Antergos is. My hats go off to this great team and community. Thank you.

    If interested … look at what i’ve been able to do in since my introduction to Antergos. thepups.ml

    ThePups

  • @joekamprad what do you use as your website foundation? wordpress?

    ThePups

  • @mil_lig Yes, simple wordpress, but on my own webspace

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    [Li{u}n//u//{i}x] since 1988 - overcoming failure means success
    http://kamprad.net/howto-installing-antergos/
    how to add system logs

  • @joekamprad said in YOU ARE WELCOME! ... say hello to the community::

    Yes, simple wordpress, but on my own webspace

    Do you use wordpress.org or wordpress.com?

    Thanks!

    Keep trying, never give up. In the end, you will find that it was all worth it

    Just have some relatives over. Be back in about a week

    Community ISO: https://antergoscommunityeditions.wordpress.com
    Linux Basics: https://linuxbasicssite.wordpress.com

  • @Keegan none! i use kamprad.net ;) I install wordpress on my own

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    [Li{u}n//u//{i}x] since 1988 - overcoming failure means success
    http://kamprad.net/howto-installing-antergos/
    how to add system logs

  • Offtopic: @joekamprad it’s confusing that the title is in Spanish and then everything is in German… :laughing:

  • OFFTOPIC: @karasu You know ;) I come from Berlin, we talk european slang here ;)

    [updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
    [Li{u}n//u//{i}x] since 1988 - overcoming failure means success
    http://kamprad.net/howto-installing-antergos/
    how to add system logs

  • Hello everyone,
    Heard the name antergos from Quora, btw can someone tell me how its pronounced :slight_smile: ?
    I started using Linux when I entered my college in 2011 and have used a lot of distros till then. Settled on Arch Linux last year, then moved to antergos today. That Gnome interface just won my heart :heart:.
    Currently the installation is on my netbook, a celeron puppy, so Gnome effects are laggy. Installed i3 alongside and working without any issue.
    Hoping to install the same on my main notebook as well :slight_smile: .
    I hope to contribute to this community, so wish me luck :P

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