I removed all the patches from the PKGBUILD, except one Arch Linux patch, that sounds like a good idea. I want an even more stock like kernel, I already have the Fedora config. It’s compiling now.
You can find the PKGBUILD here. That PKGBUILD only applies to 4.18.11+. All the old kernels in that folder, have all the shitty Manjaro patches.
Switching distros is to much work, /home isn’t a separate partition. Restoring a backup is to much work. Also, I like Arch Linux’s packages, customizing any part of Manjaro or Arch is easy, just edit the PKGBUILD and run makepkg. I’d probably like Gentoo too, possibly better.
It’ll work, if nothing is using AUFS. Docker uses AUFS, you can change it to something else though.
It works. Once it’s done uploading, you’ll be able to find it here. Comcast doesn’t believe in faster then 6 Mbps upload.