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Re: If You're Ready for Arch, ArchMerge Eases the Way
Posted by: Jack M. Germain 2017-12-13 09:40:07
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Newcomer ArchMerge Linux offers a big change for the better to those switching from the Debian Linux lineage to the Arch Linux infrastructure. ArchMerge Linux is a recent spinoff of ArchLabs Linux, which is a step up from most Arch Linux offerings in terms of installation and usability. Arch Linux distros are notorious for their challenging installation and software management processes. ArchMerge Linux brings a few extra ingredients that make trying it well worth your while if you want to consider migrating to the Arch Linux platform.


Re: If You're Ready for Arch, ArchMerge Eases the Way
Posted by: warp4 2018-01-11 13:35:27 In reply to: Jack M. Germain
"Arch Linux distros are not ideal starting points for new adopters,"
Antergos is a great distro for beginners, intermediates and experts

Re: If You're Ready for Arch, ArchMerge Eases the Way
Posted by: ralph67 2017-12-16 20:29:27 In reply to: Jack M. Germain
This distro is a joke, zero style. 2000 themes that are all just a re-color of Arc. Even the Sardi icons aren't his. Its a vanity project for the "head /lead developer" (I use that term loosly) Erik. His face is everywhere with the logo. You can't escape this fool at Google+ , he posts everywhere with zero thought.

Nothing about this distro is worthwhile.
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