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    I just left arch for Solus a couple of days ago, still rolling just more emphasis on what packages are added and if they are maintained.
    I got tired of arch after about a year and a half of using it. Package conflicts are a bummer and when your hacking away at code and something fails it haunts you forever.
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    @UltimaQ may be I will too
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    @Rammukul try installing regular arch, it's much more stable than antegros or manjaro. If you have good Internet and ether net cable, then that would be much better.

    If you find it too hard, can find step by step instructions at muktware.io
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    For some reason antergos never worked with me. I tried on two laptops and it always gave some error while installing. Manjaro worked better for me, but I think antergos is more vanilla..
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    @YousifMansour ya manjaro have its own repositories which slightly lag bihind arch's.
    My primary reason to choose anteregos
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    @m00nbl4de I guess then i will have to set aside 2-3 hours for the task.
    The article is good though.
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    @m00nbl4de and from the bug reports it seems that the issue is namespace conflict between nvidia and mesa drivers why did anteregos installed both is beyond me.
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