Thanks for your answers.
For me, cnchi was clearly a strong selling point, as I past that point where I wanted to know how everything worked on my system: too much time invested (i was using gentoo for a couple of years, then arch, and then switched back to windows for gaming and programming reasons …)
When I am nore familiar with pacman, I will try to change the repository and see how it goes.
Ok, i understand why it works for you :-)
if I lower the antergos priority, I revert to a basic arch linux configuration, right ? I mean, the antergos packages will only be installed when they are not present in neither core, extra nor community, right ?
I am conflicted: if i do that, why use antergos at all ? In fact, why are you, instead of a pure arch linux ?
I don’t understand: cjs for me is still at version 3.0.1-2, and cinnamon is still crashing. How exactly did you solved this?
Cinnamon 3.0.7-1 is in the antergos repository (which has priority over community) … and in the community repository for arch, there is cinnamon 3.2. How to use community instead of antergos for cinnamon ?