Why EndeavourOS is so popular?

Why EndeavourOS is so popular?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Its not.
    >t. far more based than you

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      nobody cares

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >i use arch btw
      leddit. where you belong. now.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you're locked, acthoully

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      font?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        envy code r

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Upgrade your kernel

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Never heard of it.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    OP

    Second only to Mint.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    OP

    I forgot the pic.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >introducing the most popular and well known distro
      >MX Linux
      if you believe this shit you are fricking a moron

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I think he is referring to Mint, which is in fact becoming the most popular distro of all.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        That's not how the ranking is done

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      the distrowatch counter only counts how many times people searched or looked at a particular distro. you can game the system by sending GET requests to distrowatch

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      MX is 100% botted
      Frick their politics-forcing troon distros (mx and antix)

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I am still angry at the fact that I got gaslight into installing mx turd by that shit website when I didn't know any better.
      Nuke that worthless shithole.

      is this the pajeet flavor of manjaro? just install real arch

      It's better than Manjaro by not pushing outdated packages.
      I agree that vanilla arch is better though.

      and here come the friendly troonix gurus

      You are insufferable.
      No one cares if you are assmad because you are too moronic assess your lack of knowledge and google shit properly. This is not charity, no one is paid to shill linux to you. If you just asked for help instead of ranting about your embarrassing lack of troubleshooting skills, you would get help. I am not your friend homosexual. Be friendly and you will probably get a friendly response, be an butthole and you will get responses in the tone you set.
      Uninstall linux, keep it, idgaf. Please frick off from this board though, you are shitting on it. Plebbit will be more in line with your intellectual level.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Why is MX le bad? I tried Antix (made by the same people) before and it was great on old PC, but ultimately went for Puppy as there's a spin that supports Ubuntu repos.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It's just a shittier and pointless version of antiX essentially. Just use antiX if you want something lightweight, or Arch/Fedora/whatever if you want a proper distro.
          Also their "convenient" one click Nvidia driver install tool was buggy dysfunctional mess. It was so bad I basically gave up trying to unfrick it.
          I essentially had no Vulkan drivers on it. I have no idea what it did to seemingly permanently frick my system.
          Also obligatory comment about devs being moronic commies.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        MX is 100% botted
        Frick their politics-forcing troon distros (mx and antix)

        the distrowatch counter only counts how many times people searched or looked at a particular distro. you can game the system by sending GET requests to distrowatch

        >pajeet flavor of manjaro
        You're thinking of Garuda
        [...]
        distrowatch is a joke

        >introducing the most popular and well known distro
        >MX Linux
        if you believe this shit you are fricking a moron

        Literally who cares

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You cared enough to masstag

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Effort isnt care

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's Arch for people that don't want to install Arch, basically a less moronic Manjaro

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      because it's basically Arch with an installer (and some added bloat that you can remove)

      it's just arch with a gui installer
      starts you with pretty okay i3 defaults as well

      this
      t.Started on Endeavour and did a real Arch install later

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        for me it was:
        >used Windows all my life, didn't want to upgrade to 10
        >try Manjaro, circa 2016-2017, like it
        >install Arch later on
        >fast forward a few months, game I want to play is Windows-only, reluctantly install W10
        >stay on W10 for a few years, until late 2023
        >game I still play now works very well under Linux, including mods, plugins, and other 3rd-party tools
        >check current flavors of Arch, find out about Endeavour
        >install Endeavour, like it
        >hear about archinstall, thank frick I don't have to go through the tedious manual install anymore
        >install Arch a few days after I installed Endeavour
        >still on it to this day on both my machines
        nowadays I'm trying to find reasons not to switch to Artix tho. tried it in a VM and it's pretty comfy after correcting their moronic defaults

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >nowadays I'm trying to find reasons not to switch to Artix tho
          you dont need to switch to it unless you are turbo autist that wants to rewrite service files when you download shit out of artix's repos. for instance when you use hamachi you cant just run it ootb, you need to convert systemd service file to whatever init service file you are using. it rarely happens but you need to learn how to write init service files or just use something like http://openrc.run/

          i fricking hate you loonixtards, but it works so i will just stay with it

          >installed endeavour
          >comes with firefox as default
          >huh lets try chromium
          >installs chromium
          >nah, firefox runs better
          >lets uninstall chromium
          >uhhh where are the "programs and features" like in windows where i just click uninstall?
          >cant fricking uninstall it
          >the command prompt command i googled for like 15minutes for to uninstall it shows some error
          >keep trying various things for one hour
          >still cant uninstall it
          >whatever i will just keep it there
          >so fricking easy to install something but cant fricking uninstall it

          fricking loonix i cant even believe it. WHY IS THERE NO FRICKING APP TO UNINSTALL FRICKING APPS LIKE IT IS IN WINDOWS? They made some app in endeavour that makes easy to install apps, BUT THERE IS NO FRICKING UNINSTALL APP, IT IS SO FRICKING COMPLICATED I CANT NOT EVEN BELIEVE IT

          windows is fricking genius comparing to loonix

          [...]

          LIKE I SAID, CANT FRICKING UNINSTALL IT.

          Why I cant just click on the app and select uninstall???? Why do i have to do some command prompt magic shit like in the times of DOS?

          The only way to get rid of the Chromium is to reinstall whole Endaveour. Since this incident i dont even try to install other apps because i wont be able to remove them.

          Frickin loonix, it runs great on the X230, i will keep it there, but it is so fricking complicated to just uninstall something.

          this is why normal people just use windows, i use windows all my life and always tried linux and quickly returned to windows. I keep linux only on this x230 as i just use it as internet browser and linux runs way better. On all other computers even the T480 i am writing this right now are windows. This exact problem is why people stay away. It was easy to install chromium, easy.. but i spent fricking week trying to uninstall it and trying to find all kind of shit how to uninstall and in the end it was because fricking lowercase r

          OMFG

          And this is not the only problem, linux is full of these moments, where people just give up and go back to windows BECAUSE IT WORKS THERE

          kicking my feet and giggling at ur stupidity anon

          Serious question: Have any long time Arch,or Arch based distro users,noticed any issues with drive failures? I swear, I can't get more than 2 years out of a hard drive,when running Arch. Last drive failure, I said frick it, and tried another distro,but I had been using Arch since 2011.All drives were either WD Black,or Golds,4TB.

          stop stashing child porn you sick bastard. in my 15+ years of computer experience i have only had one disk fail on me and it was because i physically damaged it. you are definitely doing something wrong and its not because of linux.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            right, if I end up making the switch I won't be using openrc anyway, I settled on dinit, and like I said I'm running it in a VM for now
            the main reason I haven't switched yet is because I insist on using systemd-boot even without systemd, and I haven't found a way to do it yet (but I might have found something in another Arch-based distro's repos, I need to experiment a bit)

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I insist on using systemd-boot even without systemd
            i dont know if this would help but in gentoo's wiki there is a tutorial for openrc, maybe you can figure out how to do it with dinit.
            https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Systemd/systemd-boot

            >take existing popular distro (arch)
            >add a graphical installer other people made (Calamares)
            >everything else is identical to arch, down to the fact that they're pointing at the arch repos including the AUR
            >make a shittier logo and give it a longer pain-in-the-ass name as though you've made a new linux distro
            can somebody explain this scam to me?

            they just make arch install easier, they setup everything for you so beginners dont have to spend a lot of time breaking shit up and crying on discord chat about how linux being so hard to install. they even ship themes with de/wm they offer, check the packages if something is gonna frick up people's install etc. etc. they are just arch but for people who want stability while having bleeding edge stuff.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            nah, dinit isn't the issue at all here, the issue is that systemd-boot as a standalone package doesn't exist in either Arch or Artix repos. I found one on one of Arcolinux's github repos though
            then (I'm typing this as I go through those steps kek) it was missing the /usr/bin/kernel-install executable from systemd, which I copied over from my existing Arch install. then it wanted /usr/lib/systemd/libsystemd-shared-255.5-4.so which I also copied over, and finally /usr/bin/bootctl
            and now this piece of shit is complaining that my OS is installed on a MBR partition instead of GPT and I might have to try in another VM kek

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >they just make arch install easier
            So why isn't it named like archinstall? ArchGUI or whatever the frick.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            idk shit happens dude dont read into it that much

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Because it's not minimalistic like Arch?

            It comes with DEs by default and a bunch of other utilities which Arch maintainers probably wouldn't want associated with their distro, which maintains a minimalist philosophy.

            If Endeavour was called EasyArch or something like that, you stupid Black folk would be complaining that they are appropiating the Arch name to make something different and against the spirit of the distro. So they made their own fork. Nothing wrong with that, it's the basis of FOSS.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Arch is minimalistic
            Arch is whatever the frick you want it to be. The repos are full of software, go use it. Just because the official ISO is minimal doesn't mean the end goal system will be.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            nah, dinit isn't the issue at all here, the issue is that systemd-boot as a standalone package doesn't exist in either Arch or Artix repos. I found one on one of Arcolinux's github repos though
            then (I'm typing this as I go through those steps kek) it was missing the /usr/bin/kernel-install executable from systemd, which I copied over from my existing Arch install. then it wanted /usr/lib/systemd/libsystemd-shared-255.5-4.so which I also copied over, and finally /usr/bin/bootctl
            and now this piece of shit is complaining that my OS is installed on a MBR partition instead of GPT and I might have to try in another VM kek

            oh shit it actually worked, I got systemd-boot working on Artix. if anyone's curious how:
            >sudo pacman -Rns mkinitcpio mkinitcpio-openswap
            >yay -S dracut kernel-install-for-dracut
            >sudo pacman-key --recv-keys 74F5DE85A506BF64
            >sudo pacman-key --lsign-key 74F5DE85A506BF64
            >sudo pacman -U https://github.com/arcolinux/arcolinux_repo/raw/main/x86_64/arcolinux-bootloader-systemd-boot-git-24.04-70-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst
            >copy over /usr/bin/kernel-install from my existing Arch install
            >copy over /usr/lib/systemd/libsystemd-shared-255.5-4.so from my existing Arch install
            >copy over /usr/bin/bootctl from my existing Arch install
            >sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/bootctl && sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/kernel-install
            >sudo mkdir -p /usr/lib/systemd/boot/efi
            >copy over all the files in /usr/lib/systemd/boot/efi from my Arch install
            >sudo bootctl install
            >sudo reinstall-kernels

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            lets go, im happy for u anon.

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Easy to install but still real Arch

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    because it's basically Arch with an installer (and some added bloat that you can remove)

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    it's just arch with a gui installer
    starts you with pretty okay i3 defaults as well

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    is this the pajeet flavor of manjaro? just install real arch

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      gonna cry if i don't? pussy

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >pajeet flavor of manjaro
      You're thinking of Garuda

      I forgot the pic.

      distrowatch is a joke

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's Garuda. This and Manjaro are both shit too, that's why the confusion.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >pajeet flavor of manjaro
      You're thinking of Garuda
      [...]
      distrowatch is a joke

      Reminder that Manjaro no longer gives you codecs and is absolutely fricking pointless now as an easy out of the box Arch system.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Black person

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i fricking hate you loonixtards, but it works so i will just stay with it

    >installed endeavour
    >comes with firefox as default
    >huh lets try chromium
    >installs chromium
    >nah, firefox runs better
    >lets uninstall chromium
    >uhhh where are the "programs and features" like in windows where i just click uninstall?
    >cant fricking uninstall it
    >the command prompt command i googled for like 15minutes for to uninstall it shows some error
    >keep trying various things for one hour
    >still cant uninstall it
    >whatever i will just keep it there
    >so fricking easy to install something but cant fricking uninstall it

    fricking loonix i cant even believe it. WHY IS THERE NO FRICKING APP TO UNINSTALL FRICKING APPS LIKE IT IS IN WINDOWS? They made some app in endeavour that makes easy to install apps, BUT THERE IS NO FRICKING UNINSTALL APP, IT IS SO FRICKING COMPLICATED I CANT NOT EVEN BELIEVE IT

    windows is fricking genius comparing to loonix

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >They made some app in endeavour that makes easy to install apps, BUT THERE IS NO FRICKING UNINSTALL APP
      sudo pacman -R chromium

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        DO NOT DO THIS, THIS CORRUPTS YOUR HARD DISK

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        let me try, i think i tried it before and it showed some error that there is no chromium (but it is there).. let me try and see

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          you might've installed another version/flavor of it (which would be named differently in pacman)
          try "pacman -Q | grep chrom" and it'll list all the installed packages with "chrom" in their name, so you'll know exactly which one to remove

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Because it has different name, moronic gorilla?
          I swear computers went wrong when they were made for Black folk.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        let me try, i think i tried it before and it showed some error that there is no chromium (but it is there).. let me try and see

        LIKE I SAID, CANT FRICKING UNINSTALL IT.

        Why I cant just click on the app and select uninstall???? Why do i have to do some command prompt magic shit like in the times of DOS?

        The only way to get rid of the Chromium is to reinstall whole Endaveour. Since this incident i dont even try to install other apps because i wont be able to remove them.

        Frickin loonix, it runs great on the X230, i will keep it there, but it is so fricking complicated to just uninstall something.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          -R not -r you moron. it's case sensitive

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It worked, it was because i used fricking -r and not -R... chromium is gone now... fricking god, fricking loonix..

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            this is why normal people just use windows, i use windows all my life and always tried linux and quickly returned to windows. I keep linux only on this x230 as i just use it as internet browser and linux runs way better. On all other computers even the T480 i am writing this right now are windows. This exact problem is why people stay away. It was easy to install chromium, easy.. but i spent fricking week trying to uninstall it and trying to find all kind of shit how to uninstall and in the end it was because fricking lowercase r

            OMFG

            And this is not the only problem, linux is full of these moments, where people just give up and go back to windows BECAUSE IT WORKS THERE

            I mean if you google that or read the arch wiki they capitalize some arguments in commands for a reason. if you think about it, it makes sense. it's the same vs Windows if you look at filesystems: folder/file names on Linux are case sensitive, while they're not on Windows (which leads to some comical shit like if you want to rename a folder to change case on Windows, you have to rename it to something else first, then rename it again to the desired name, or else it won't take the change into account)
            it's not just Linux that's case sensitive like that, it's basically every Unix (or Unix-like) system, macOS included. it's just something to get used to, now that you've learned how it works you probably won't to the same mistake again. if a command or part of it is in uppercase when you look at a wiki/tutorial, it usually is for a reason

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            (me)
            btw I'm not sure how you didn't notice before since the command to install a program with pacman is "-S" with a capital S. it'd have thrown an error if you used -s (lowercase s in this case tells pacman to remove dependencies of a program you're uninstalling if it's not needed by another package)

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            like i said, installing it was easy as Endeavour has app to install most used apps (there was the chromium there), just click and install.. fricking simple.. but if you can install it that simply, why not fricking uninstall it with a fricking click.. my fricking god!

            classic linux moment you spend fricking days figuring it out and in the end it is because you used -r and not -R

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            pretty sure you'd be able to uninstall stuff on the graphical interface, not just install it
            if you tell me how the program is called I'll install it quickly and try

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            cool story bro but since windows 95 which was released fricking 29y ago i just click uninstall and it uninstalls. Why do i have to do some command trickery and cant just click uninstall.

            The DOS STYLE command prompt is the biggest problem of linux, where you have to read fricking guides how to set something up. Why cant you just click and do it. After linux gets rid of the command prompt then it will become system for normies, till then it is only for some total nerds that has time to study some guides for days. Android did it, there is no command prompt it takes ULTRA EFFORT to get into command prompt in android, normally you just click and do things, why not linux. And even if some linux distro manages to do it easy way, there is still the command prompt there as main icon in the taskbar to solve shit that cant be solved by simple click.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Why do i have to do some command trickery and cant just click uninstall
            you can if you install a GUI package manager
            try pamac or bauh (I believe gnome-software works if you're on gnome too)

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            this is why normal people just use windows, i use windows all my life and always tried linux and quickly returned to windows. I keep linux only on this x230 as i just use it as internet browser and linux runs way better. On all other computers even the T480 i am writing this right now are windows. This exact problem is why people stay away. It was easy to install chromium, easy.. but i spent fricking week trying to uninstall it and trying to find all kind of shit how to uninstall and in the end it was because fricking lowercase r

            OMFG

            And this is not the only problem, linux is full of these moments, where people just give up and go back to windows BECAUSE IT WORKS THERE

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          you have to add linux so it knows which chromium
          sudo pacman -R linux chromium

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          this is why normal people just use windows, i use windows all my life and always tried linux and quickly returned to windows. I keep linux only on this x230 as i just use it as internet browser and linux runs way better. On all other computers even the T480 i am writing this right now are windows. This exact problem is why people stay away. It was easy to install chromium, easy.. but i spent fricking week trying to uninstall it and trying to find all kind of shit how to uninstall and in the end it was because fricking lowercase r

          OMFG

          And this is not the only problem, linux is full of these moments, where people just give up and go back to windows BECAUSE IT WORKS THERE

          You are one of the most moronic persons I've seen on IQfy.

          First off, it's piss-poor easy to google how to do something from the command line and then input it on your terminal, it's a very simple task a chimpanzee can do.

          Secondly, the "just click on the program and uninstall it" thing exists on Linux, that's what the newbie distros like Mint are for, they are made for morons like you.

          Endeavour has a simple install but it is not a newbie distro, your system will break because you are on a bleeding edge distro and you are clueless so it's only a matter of time till you break it and quit. If you were normal newbie, I would tell you to install Mint, but given your level of moronation, you should just go back to Windows and frick off from IQfy.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            and here come the friendly troonix gurus

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            the problem is the fricking DOS STYLE!! command prompt, get rid of it loonixtards. We live in 2024 you should just click and do it and not fricking type in commands like some 80s terminals.

            this -r or -R is nice example of how moronic it is you have to be some ULTRA NERD to figure things up

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Are you a black gentleman by any chance?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            i will just stay on Endeavour to piss IQfy off when some simple thing that can be done with one click has to be done some complicated way, you nerds will help me again.

            So Jack, how do i get on some even more bleeding edge some nightly releases of Endeavour or firefox? i want the latest things that were not even tested much yet, in windows i just type nightly release firefox into google and download it and click install. But in linux i think it would be so complicated i would need some scientific degree or something to figure it out

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >But in linux i think it would be so complicated i would need some scientific degree or something to figure it out
            kek no. you just edit /etc/pacman.conf to enable testing repos and sudo pacman -Sy to sync repos and you're done, for every single package on your system
            https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/official_repositories#Testing_repositories

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >But in linux i think it would be so complicated i would need some scientific degree or something to figure it out
            kek no. you just edit /etc/pacman.conf to enable testing repos and sudo pacman -Sy to sync repos and you're done, for every single package on your system
            https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/official_repositories#Testing_repositories

            (me)
            see picrel
            open /etc/pacman.conf with your text editor of choice (need root privileges)
            find the lines I circled in red
            remove the # at the beginning of each line and save the file
            sudo pacman -Syu to sync the repos and update your packages

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          It's -R, Command line utils are case sensitive 90% of the time even on Windows (for anything that's not filenames)

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >-R
        >not -Rns
        ngmi

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >mfw typing "sudo pacman -Rs chromium" is hard
      you're just moronic, anon. googling something like "arch linux uninstall package" would've given the solution in less than 30 seconds
      there's literally an entire arch wiki page for pacman
      https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/pacman#Removing_packages

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's the middle ground between Arch and Manjaro, I like it.

      You wasted a lot of text on this bait, or you're genuinely this dim.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No way you are real.
      People like you exist?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      b8 used to be believable

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      t. LTT (Linus Torvalds Tech)

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >distro literally titles itself "terminal-centric"
      >morons like this end up using it

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's not

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    yes it is, homosexual

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    they have nice iso, their demographic is probably former Ubuntu users scared of archinstall

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't understand why either when archinstall exists and you can get a working arch system in about the same time it takes to install Endeavor, Manjaro or any other distro with a GUI installer

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Endeavour comes with some very sane defaults. When I tried it, everything worked great out of the box, it set up my propietary drivers, even updated my CPU microcode. If I was interested in a gaymer setup it would have been very comfy. (But I was just trying the distro so I promptly uninstalled it)

      Anyway I can see the use in it. If you don't feel confident to try doing an Arch install, but want access to the Arch repos, it's a neat choice. It's better than running the archinstaller without knowing what the hell you are doing.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        My first endeavor experience was it not being able to update tkinter and I needed it for some puthon scripts I use, no matter how many times I reset and sudo pacman -S tk ... Did an arch install and it worked the first time. Never bothered with endeavor after that tbh

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm a WSL gay now 🙁 if I ran linux on my desktop PC I'd have a lot more trouble getting my music production software (Ableton Live for example) to run

    But I have to say arch on WSL has been pretty comfy tbh.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I decided that I WILL stay on EndeavourOS on my x230 and i will use the latest untested versions for the keks.

    Still have my windows ssd so i can swap the ssd back into x230 and return to windows that easily, but i decided to stay on Endeavour, some of you nerds are cool and you have too much free time to study the loonix shit up and if i break something you will help me fix it.
    It is THAT easy!

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    for me, it's CachyOS

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have a question.. i have xfce4 endeavour, where can i see at what synchronization speed the wifi is connected to the access point? I want to know if wifi6 is working well or if it is connected at some wifi5 speeds? where can i check it? thanks

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      try iwconfig

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        thanks

        for me, it's CachyOS

        interesting, i will try it instead of Endeavour later

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    @100408902
    >DOS STYLE
    genuine moron

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Serious question: Have any long time Arch,or Arch based distro users,noticed any issues with drive failures? I swear, I can't get more than 2 years out of a hard drive,when running Arch. Last drive failure, I said frick it, and tried another distro,but I had been using Arch since 2011.All drives were either WD Black,or Golds,4TB.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i don't know, when i updated my system everything broke. i have no idea why people continue to use it when stuff like this happens

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >take existing popular distro (arch)
    >add a graphical installer other people made (Calamares)
    >everything else is identical to arch, down to the fact that they're pointing at the arch repos including the AUR
    >make a shittier logo and give it a longer pain-in-the-ass name as though you've made a new linux distro
    can somebody explain this scam to me?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      They get money and kudos for jack shit, and will continue to do so since there's a demand for easy setup Arch with calamares and Arch won't create such an ISO.
      I don't know what's wrong with archinstall but every other comment mentioning it says it's broken and atrocious.

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can choose not to install their utility programs or theming (those are useless anyway) and you get arch that works out of the box. It will install ~700 packages. I was disappointed how easy it was to set it up, was in a mood for some tinkering.

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Endeavor saved me from a real mess.
    >Have Surface Pro 6 and a Macbook
    >Hate Windows, slowly growing to hate Apple despite "It just werks"
    >Never daily driven Linux, but will be switching to it anyway as soon as I build my first desktop PC in a month or two
    >This can be my test run
    >Install Linux Mint
    >Bye bye Windows 10, I don't plan on switching back, so may as well delete it from the disk
    >Installation finishes, but refuses to boot
    >Nothing I do helps, do everything I can in the BIOS for boot options
    >Completely stuck, cool off for a couple days, prepared to have to take this thing in to a professional
    >Read further into the Linux on Surface Github page, apparently my problem is related to GRUB, I need a non-GRUB bootloader to bypass this error
    >Learn Arch distros use systemd by default
    >Scared of vanilla Arch, so flash EndeavorOS and install
    >Thank fricking god, it works
    >Scared of breaking Endeavor because I've heard of Arch's reputation, don't know shit about package managers or how to use the terminal
    >Use Ventoy to flash and install Linux Mint, for some reason a regular flash won't work unless I downgrade the Surface's firmware
    >Success this time, complete the custom kernal installation on Mint and downgrade the firmware
    >Build my desktop, Mint is nice but I want something different
    >Install Debian on desktop, rock solid just like everyone says it is
    >End up reinstalling Endeavor on my Surface to force myself into becoming more familiar with Arch
    I wish I had done this years earlier, I've completely fallen down the rabbit hole.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's very nice anon I'm happy for you.
      Just a correction, I don't think you installed a custom Mint kernel. (Trust me, you would know if you did, custom kernel means compiling it from source)

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