Antergos is nice and all, but I found their default OpenBox install to be very lacking, and I’m very lazy.
My name is Jase, simply wanted to take the training wheels off. I’ve used linux off and on since about 2007 starting with Ubuntu/Knoppix/DSL
I’ve always been a fan of minimalism, and OpenBox has spoken to me, and I was looking forward to using it for awhile. Went with Antergos because I knew it “worked” for me for MATE, and also offered Deepin, which I hadn’t tried yet.
I thought Archbang/Crunchbang was dead, until I googled Crunchbang. I almost installed that, until I googled a bit further, since I really wanted to stick with Arch, because like I said, training wheels and all. I know my way around a bit already from some simple googling, and have already made a couple edits to my setup.
I’m currently reading about pipemenu, so I can add Chrome-dev to the openbox menu, but I’ve been reading other stuff too… so not that far yet.
My current goals are to learn Black Magic Design Fusion and remaster The GIMP.
I just graduated with my HiSET in 2017 (Like a GED), though I am 30 years old. I am a bit ashamed of it, but I plan to enter school and study AI if I can.
I really am thankful of the suggestion I received to use Plank over Docky, since docky is dead.
So far I am really enjoying getting ArchLabs setup and to my liking though I havent played with much, thanks for having me folks. I can be a little confused sometimes due to my mental incapacities so please bear with me if I seem repetitive, or am just not getting it exactly right away.
Glad Archbang lives on in spirit.