I love the passion of the person behind ArcoLinux, seems to be a great and very knowledgeable guy!
But just for me personally and of course subjectively, learning the Arch install going directly to the hands-on way was 100% easier than trying to make sense of that website. After 5 minutes you just give up, haha!
Totally confusing, it is like entering one of those circus mirror rooms. And from what I hear, there are now two ArcoLinux websites, both equally vertigo-inducing, you have to relate to in order to follow the steps.
If you play the whole thing in reverse, it would like a 12-step Linux Addicts Anonymous program.
Yes, that is right.
Now I have MiniPC with EOS, Printer-connection throu Ethernet
and 3 Notebooks with Manjaro and WLAN connection to printer.
Thai is OK.
If I have Time, later, try once again to solve problem (EOS - WLAN - Printer):
EOS is the best system, my opinion.
I simply chose the largest ISO they had available but didn’t opt to install “all” the apps it came with. A bigger struggle than the website or installer was getting my XFCE configuration just how I liked. A lot of things were erased. If it weren’t for ArcoLinux I would have never gotten to grips with the XFCE update. Although I did miss how I set up EndeavourOS before I changed to KDE for “Cassini”.