Hello all, Which Linux distro would you recommend for a Macbook Air 2015 with 8 GB of RAM? I am considering the following factors: - Decent battery life - Low RAM usage (because I'm going to do resources-intensive work with a game engine) - Hardware compatibility (keyboard/screen backlight, sleep/suspend, and don't worry about the wifi- cards stuff for now) - Generally Secure & stable (doesn't have to be extreme secure like Tails or Qubes) - *Generally* easy installation process (not like installing Arch Linux) So far, I tried out these distros: - Arch: had loads of problems with partitioning, network interface, and configuring the bootloader - Ubuntu: wifi-card worked but have trouble with suspend and wifi-connection. Drains the battery fast (4 hours) - Debian 8: won't even show up in the apple's boot manager (option-key). I guess it doesn't support EFI? - Debian 9: boots, but there is a CD-ROM error and debootstrap error which means I can't even install it - Mint: In my opinion, this is the best one so far, but I had a lot of problems with the screen backlight and it drains the battery even faster than Ubuntu. Any suggestions would be appreciated! Thank you!