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Antergos in other languages
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try re-install linux, boot with live:su mount /dev/sdb4 /mnt # change the device names accordingly with your system arch-chroot /mnt pacman -Syyu pacman -S linux mkinitcpio -p linux grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg exit umount -R /mnt reboot
The problem no longer occurs for me.
@olividir Totally agree, the more foreign languages included with Antergos, the better! But, if I select ‘US/English’ during the initial install, I can’t think of a single reason why I need all the other foreign dictionaries installed. It just adds bloat and leads to problems like this.
@RoadHazard I do agree with you on having Antergos updating the language(s) that are set up on the device.
I would however like to see all those dictionaries and even more in order to have the OS more accessible to new users in different locations