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*****@joekamprad said in Why Keep Reinventing the Wheel?:
It is apparent to me that the installation problem is solely with Cnchi. I’m afraid that nothing anyone can say can change my opinion of that, at least at the present time.
Then discussion is at a zero point for me here.
If you can provide logs from that failed installs, we could solve the issue, and this would make Antergos better working for you and others with similar hardware or similar installation wishes.
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I definitely do not want to be obtuse. Unfortunately I have no way of supplying logs of the failed installations because I now have Manjaro installed on that Alienware computer I mentioned.
On the three other computers on which I have Antergos installed, I wouldn’t even know how to get logs of the failed installation attempts that I had prior to (finally) getting Antergos installed successfully.
One of the things I think that MAY be causing problems with partitioning (and on computers with two hard drives) is that, where Calamares gives the opportunity to select (for example) boot/efi and esp or /Home + esp on computers with UEFI and or Secure Boot, Cnchi doesn’t appear to offer that option. Maybe that’s causing a problem though I still do not understand why Cnchi wouldn’t install Antergos on an older 64-bit computer with only one hard drive and no UEFI/Secure Boot. At least it wouldn’t install on the first two tries. Then I finally got it installed.
I can only say that Calamares has never failed, at least in my experience.
If you’re going to stick with Cnchi, I do hope that you can make it reliable so that it is relatively easy to install on newer computers, especially those with more than one drive.
If Antergos is to be as successful as it should be, it has to be easy for general users (such as myself) to install.
Thank you for considering my opinions.
@joekamprad thank you my friend…but you didnt tell me…what have you cook? I am curius
yay -S aur/chromium-widevine
to change to AUR version of widivine.
(what @Bryanpwo was sayin)
open chromium and type this url:
Override software rendering list - Enable
Enable GPU rasterization - Force enabled
To see if it is enabled/working: