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@knightfall This is awesome! Eventually maybe he will do another article on EndeavourOS and also use it for testing.
Thanks for your replies and patience @joekamprad. I found a workaround to the problem without actually solving it, so I’m going to mark this solved. Here’s what I did in case anyone else might have been affected by something in an updated nvidia video driver:
(1) At the grub menu, I pressed E to get into a screen to edit boot parameters. I went down to the line “linux” and entered “nomodeset” after “quiet”. CTRL-X to continue booting. This let me get to a login prompt.
(2) I logged in, installed the antergos nvidia-installer package in pacman, and then installed the nouveau drivers instead of the nvidia proprietary driver.
(3) Rebooted and was able to log into my system, and it’s functional, even though it doesn’t look as pretty as when I was using the nvidia driver. But something borked on the nvidia driver, and I don’t know how to fix that, so I will be content.
Thanks for your help. This was at least a learning experience.