If you installed it with steam enabled and Nvidia you dont have to do anything.
I’ve never experienced issues with kernel-updates and nvidia.
Things that break for me is usually vmware (Kernel module, and / or GCC). There’s usually already a fix when I discover it. Sometimes i have smaller issues with software that I use through AUR, but thats also usually fixed very fast.
I was an ubuntu user until last summer, let me tell you the horrors of all the PPA’s and tinkering you need to run the latest software (Not 1 year old+) is a thing of the past. On a commercial platform I still use Ubuntu but for home and friends, Antergos is the best distro out there at the moment. (I believe).
My servers like “plex and couch etc” i run in ubuntu containers. If you dont know about containers check out:
I would strongly suggest you use Xorg and not wayland! If you have mouse trouble (laptop) look at my post here:
@izznogooood said in [Solved] 2 fingers tap not working (Gnome) Dell XPS 13 (9360):
Install and use GDM. (or not)
sudo pacman -S gdm
sudo systemctl disable lightdm
sudo systemctl enable gdm
Select Xorg session instead of wayland at the login screen.
Identifier "touchpad catchall"
#add these lines
Option "TapButton1" "1"
Option "TapButton2" "3"
Option "TapButton3" "2"
Option "VertScrollDelta" "-111"
Option "HorizScrollDelta" "-111"
to your /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf
This also enables threefinger tap if your touchpad supports it. Genius for pasting etc…
I dont like the feel of xf86-libinput (at all!)
Finally, use the forum actively, there’s a lot of information and helpful souls here!