@RoadHazard I do agree with you on having Antergos updating the language(s) that are set up on the device.
I would however like to see all those dictionaries and even more in order to have the OS more accessible to new users in different locations
I wanted to try Arch based distro on my new laptop, even if I do have very pleasant experience with Linux Mint on my (very old) desktop.
I started by installing Manjaro, which didn’t have proper support for my WiFi card, plus they hadn’t introduced kernel 4.17 on their main release (17.11), so I had to use a beta version of their OS.
I decided to give Antergos a try, and to my surprise, the support for my WiFi was much better. Sure I found other problem instead (which was solved after few days of searching).
I am very happy with the package manager, very pleased to have up-to-date software (something that is not always the case on LM) without the headache of installing pure Arch.
I have decided that when I upgrade my desktop, I will install Antergos on it.
I am have done these changes, and for the first time in a long time I have not noticed any soft lockup on my CPU.
I have have heard of a code which can help with power optimization. I am not sure how to implement that, because I would be adding some commands to the kernel, and I am a bit hesitate to do so.
The first comment in this post mentions these changes:
and to add this line
If you could share your experience about adding to the kernel, I would appreciate
So I did continue to have CPU soft lockup, so I installed Antergos one more time. I have installed
Then I found this post:
Where a change to grub seems to work by putting
/etc/default/gruband then upgrading grub.
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash processor.max_cstate=1"
This workaround worked for another person with the same computer running Linux Mint 19
Greetings, so I figured out that I need kernel 4.17 to install Linux on my new computer (the one with the freezes).
I am running Antergos again and I have set up the amdgpu driver.
I have also checking for a solution to this problem:
AMD-Vi: IOAPIC not in IVRS table
I used the change to grub provided in this thread.:
What do you say that I check how the computer performs next week or so and monitor freezes.
BTW, I am loving the MATE desktop on Antergos