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  1. indeed, I am really hard to reach, however, you are lucky to know that I am active here as well as you can always drop a message to github account I created here: https://github.com/torguard Maybe torguard will setup some communication channel like discord, slack, zoom (or whatever fits better), then we all could discuss a little bit easier about non important things, for the rest, best here and github as it never gets lost (better github). ubuntu is based on debian, I am not sure which packages default desktop installation uses, but you can use always latest repository as well as la
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  2. Sounds like you will have some nice and interesting time ;), glad it helped. If you install main line kernel on your laptop then most people have troubles in setting up nvidia/amd drivers. Few things could be confusing but as soon as you get used you will probably never go back to windows. This thread is probably wrong to discuss about it and there are better places like SE (stackexchange) for you to ask. By that, I wish you a lot fun, your router is quite decent too which probably will make it even more fun for you. Maybe you should also try debian. I am not really fan of manjaro
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  3. well, its not specifically for kmods but quite for most packages, normally if you install them after fresh upgrade, then they all install correctly. For those reasons, there are dummy proof sysupgrade procedures, where you upgrade your image by keeping settings as well as all installed packages, meaning that after new flash, you do not need to do anything. You can read more about it here: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/installation/generic.sysupgrade 1. follow the instructions from here (which is simply copy and paste): https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/additional-software/opk
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