Opps! I installed Bluestar from the iso loaded on a DVD and then tried to get it installed on my hard drive. No luck.
I went to their website to get some info and my browser, Chromium, said the site was insecure. I kept trying to install it from the command line like you would with Arch but was unsuccessful.
It looks promising but I'll have to pass on this one.
A dismal failure. Just tried Bluestar 4.13.12 version, 32 bit and a number of applications crashed - firefox, ktorrent just to name a few.
What happenned to the old Bluestar stability?
I'm using version Bluestar 4.10.6 Live at the present moment to post this on Distrowatch and it works way better than 4.13.12
This is the first Arch based distro I've tried that actually detected and installed my Samsung printer fine.
Good out of the box range of apps. I also installed:
Nvidia drivers (GTX970 - also booted fine dual screen with the livecd! Very rare that this happens)
Steam (also requires lib32-nvidia-utils)
Changed Latte bar to only bounce once when clicking an icon as otherwise it seemed apps were slow to load.
I like the customisations to the KDE desktop. XFCE was my go-to until bluestar.
Latte bar, drop-down panel with app menu.
Desktop widgets for weather, diskspace and folders
Nice default wallpapers
Archbluey on by default in terminal
It's been solid as a rock so far, even used for gaming (Pyre, Grim Dawn, etc).