This is a proper way to end a Linux distro, IMO. They aren't leaving their users high and dry, and they provide a clear transition. Plus they are up front about why they are doing it.

Sucks though. As Antergos is probably the only Linux distro that had a ZFS option in the installer itself. (at least Ubuntu will carry on that legacy soon)


Manjaro has served so well now for years. I can understand its popularity boost on recent times!

And now after Antergos passing, even more so.

I would never put any of the rolling release distros on a machine of a newcomer though!

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