First off great job Endeavour team! Installed without a hitch.
Such a breath of fresh air that I just had to donate to this project. Keep it up. Love what your doing
If your reading this and your using ENDEAVOUR-OS consider making a donation to these guys. I know any little bit helps because if everyone does a little something it can really add up. So put your money in the right place and show your appreciation of there hard work.
**DON’T JUST BE A JIMMY = “Gimme Gimme My Name Is Jimmy I’ll take all you Can Gimme.”
That is a user and a loser attitude and will never get you anywhere in this life. It took me more time to find my wallet than to input just my name+email+CC info and donate. Easy. Merry Christmas
Little about me.
First installed Red hat way back in 1999 and was that a chore. I was so green to how Linux worked that I foolishly deleted a whopping 100GB USB drive full of MP3 downloaded from Napster. I walked around cursing myself for days that I should have just thought first before I hit that enter button and saw all those hours of downloads over dial-up go poof. Gone!
Of course that’s when i learned about NAS and that never happened again. After Red Hat I switched to Ubuntu and that only lasted till Manjaro (MJ) and I was hooked. Got so tired of reinstalling Ubuntu just to stay current. I’ve never installed Arch not because I was intimidated but just didn’t have the time or inclination to learn the minuet details if i could just use MJ. I’ve been using MJ from the beginning to a few days ago.
Install thoughts: My System Details in Pic Below
I use a Visio 55 inch 4K TV for Monitor
Simple install process. I installed to a NVME drive not a virtual machine.
I use only KDE. Its has everything i want and then some and It never crashes.
Although first crash ever happened on initial install. With KDE I usually go first to System Settings and download the Global Theme Harmony. When I did this right after login the online list of themes would allow me to install Harmony but if I chose another theme it would crash. Same thing goes for Icon themes that I tried to download and cursor themes as well but that was it for the crashes. Hasn’t happened since.
I have my own .bashrc file and when I looked at the system one i was confused by all the long alias and such.
When I update pacman my alias is
alias puds="sudo pacman -Syyu && du -sh /var/cache/pacman/pkg"
Other little quarks that i was used to with MJ are non existent with this install.
Well thats all I can think of for now I’ll post separate things I do to setup a Synology NAS really quickly and how I add a BAKUP Drive. I don’t know it they are the right way to do it but it works!
Thanks Endeavour Team