I installed Antergos today and everything works perfectly except one thing, my Printer/Scanner.
It found out to install the printerdriver but no scanner from the settings menu.
When i brought a visit to the Canon site i was so happy to find out that they got Linux drivers for both.
Only problem is that since i’m a almost total newbie and there are 3 choices, rpm, debian and source.
The rpm and debian falls off i suppose so i downloaded the source.
But how do i do best i find alot of info but since i’m new in this it’s a gamble
./configure followed by make, make check, make install?
Or is it better to create a Aur package try it out and upload so that the community can profit?
Since i don’t got the experience and there is a chance i will fail i would try over here if someone can guide me a little
I’m anermos completely new over here and i’m also kind of Newbie in Linux.
Started a few times with it in the past but never hold on long enough, this time i got enough courage to go on.
Anyway after a lot of distrohopping i found out i wanted to go the Antergos way, because i don’t have enough wisdom to go the full Arch way.
The installation did go perfect and everything works very well out of the box, so thanks to the team for that.
Did choose my new components on the hand of reviews from linuxusers, so maybe that helped :p Only one major bump to go but that’s for another topic.
Anyhow i’m excited to learn this time and hope i can do that a lot over here.