I haven’t messed with Linux in something like 12 or 15 years. I used to mess around with Slackware a lot so had to do a lot of tinkering to make things work.
I tried a few distro’s recently and wasn’t really happy with them and things weren’t working right. I gave Antergos a shot and everything installed smoothly and works. I ran into an issue with my laptop not going into suspend when I closed the lid, but with some help sourced it to an issue with the actual NVIDIA driver and confirmed it with a couple other distros. With some help someone in the Gnome IRC gave me a work around that I’m happy with.
Once I got that figured out I’ve just been running Antergos and using it like I’d expect. I want some software I just install it from the Package Manager and it works. It’s great having a Linux install that just works and I can use it daily without having to constantly fight with to make things work.
I’m impressed … Thanks go out to everyone that works hard to make Antergos what it is!