I very much doubt this is a Garuda issue, This is an on again, off again type of issue with KDE. For that reason on KDE I always mount my drives with fstab or systemd mount units.
I kinda new to fstab thing how do I do that ? Although I do not have such behavior on Manjaro KDE...
You say this without any statistics to back this statement up. Totally subjective so, why even make such a claim without some form of substantiation. I responded to literally thousands of networking support cases with Manjaro while performing support on their forum. So if we are going to make subjective claims count, I can authoritatively state that Manjaro has far more networking issues than Garuda (by far).
Ok I understand what you are saying, but I only said SEEMED and not IS. So can be disregarded.
This was likely because of recent issues with the Chaotic AUR. This hardware failure was out of our control, and we responded to rebuild the packages as quickly as was possible given thet situation. Aside from that issue, you can install any gaming package you want through Pamac (or other methods) regardless. How does that issue with Garuda Gamer prevent you from gaming on Garuda? How pray tell did you ever manage to install your gaming apps on other distros without an auto installer to use?
While some people have issues setting up their gaming properly the vast majority don't. So, this kind of makes me wonder how capable and experienced a user you are.
Your review somewhat reminds me of the review on Distrowatch that gave Garuda one of the lowest ratings possible because their install had a red tinge to the display color. The user never bothered to ask on the forum, but all the user had to do was disable Redshift if they didn't like the tint it applied. After that review we had to disable Redshift by default on the Garuda KDE installs because of incompetentt users like that. So, sorry if I take all your negative comments with a 2 kilo bag of pickling salt. I can't help but think that most of your issues could have been worked through and resolved with some research and effort.
Enjoy your time on whatever distro meets your fancy until we finally get your coveted good housekeeping seal of approval.
If I were a normal user I would say that your attitude towards this type of semi-negative review is uncalled for as not everyone is as savvy as you are. But am not so I will say this, I am not savvy enough to install a Distro and tinker with it n troubleshoot it on my own. I should have been clearer that I have only been using Linux for 3 months. And I must agree that all my issues COULD be due to recent Data loss.. I do not know.
If I remind you of them then you clearly have mis-understood my intent. I did not put you next to last on my list of fave Distros, you are second to Manjaro KDE if you must know. But with an attitude like that coming from devs instead of taking it like professional constructive criticism and fight to make it better you well on your way there..
I do not trust online reviews as they clearly don't use it long enough or well enough or even as I do so they only talk about surface
That said, I shall enjoy my time on whatever Distro I end up using, and it could well be Garuda once all quirks have been ironed out.
Would you mind telling which choices you made?
For example Proton-TKG fails to install coz package proton-tkg-git could not be found.
This is true for some of the issues, though others may end up being bugs in the images. For example, OP found an issue in mhwd's NVIDIA driver setup (caused by an incorrect package name).
It could be that other issues above are similar, but it would still be better to split these up into separate threads and see if they can be resolved.
I agree, but splitting would get me lost IMHO. I could if I have to..