I’m really disappointed by Manjaro Linux. Not the distro, but the people. The forums.
The problem with rolling distributions of Linux is they can break. The cool thing about rolling distributions of Linux is you always have the latest greatest software, even if it doesn’t work.
Let’s take a look at Arch and the Arch derivative Manjaro. Manjaro is steady.
Take another look. Manjaro Linux forums are as unfriendly as the Arch forums. The entire line suffers from antagonistic people who, if they look at other derivatives they are scorned.
You may think a distro, or derivative, community is not important, but eventually, if you settle somewhere, you’ll need to talk to people who run that derivative.
Arch people hate non-Arch people. Manjaro people hate non-Manjaro people.
Go with Antergos.
It’s a derivative. It’s solid. It works. The forums are small, but non-critical.