Hello from Vancouver,
I just spent all afternoon installing Arch Linux on a handful of computers (all kinds of different configurations and hardware) and the “archinstall” script installs a, more or less, incomplete, operating system.
Upon finishing the install (on all machines), the Software app is not showing any content, pressing the “Show Applications” button in the Dash to Panel dock shows no icons and worst of all, Gnome file sharing is unfixable even after installing gnome-user-share.
There are more issues but I think that I’ve made the point.
I am looking for a slim Arch distro that is installable AND gives me a working basis for local file sharing. My needs are simple. All I need is to exchange files between machines and if the graphics workstation which has an 8Gb NVIDIA card could use Cuda cores for rendering in Blender than I would be wish-less happy.
Zorin can do all of this and if I don’t find anything more up-to-date then I have to settle on that distro although I’d prefer something Arch-based.
Having mentioned all of this, I’d like to ask if Endeavor needs additional configuring like Arch or will it work with minor adjustments similar to the Ubuntu derivatives?
Thank you for any helpful hints.