I’m getting very slow download speeds for the ISOs. Is there a reason why Manjaro doesn’t have something like a CDN to get these downloads to users more evenly across regions? I’m in Central US, so I’m not sure why the speeds are so slow.
I have tried downloading GNOME, KDE, and XFCE, and the downloads speeds for the ISOs from SourceForge are saying they’re going to take 25 minutes (~600KBps). I have a 500Mbps connection and the speeds for downloading other distros’ ISOs only take about two minutes.
I’m trying to come back to Manjaro to give it another shot, but it’s like this every time I come here. In the amount of time I took to choose my words here, the download is still not complete.
Well, you are right, and anyway, sometimes, the minority is right.
But, when you have 1.9 Go to download, i agree with you actually, it’s not slow…it’s more than slow, i can’t find the appropriate word (english is not my mother tongue so i lack vocabulary)
I guarantee you, your English is better than some native speaker’s I’ve heard. I’m not an Native English speaker myself, but I do like to read. a Lot!
But, I get it. You mean crawling. But once again, try doing that with a dail-up connection, and you’d be extremely lucky if it hit 12KBps. And then it was ADSL. That was 512KBpps. It felt like I was flying! Hitting download speeds of up to 60KBps! Man!