I have issues installing antergos from minimal ISO. In short, it lacks WiFi. Once installer loads, it displays a message like connect to the Internet using connections icon or something like that.
Now here’s the problem - connections icon is unavailable (doesn’t exist). If I run installer from “normal” ISO, the same message is displayed and icon is available as it should, so I just click it, select my WiFi networks and installer is good to go. Just like at https://www.reddit.com/r/archlinux/comments/4nd02r/cant_install_antergos_because_live_usb_shows_no/
Tested this using minimal and full ISOs v18.6 and v18.7 on 2 different computers - result is the same. Connections icon is not available on any computer in both 18.6 and 18.7 minimal ISO, and connections icon becomes available on both computers when using full ISO, no matter if it’s 18.6 or 18.7. With this in mind, I only have these ideas:
- Minimal ISO has no WiFi drivers or only contains drivers for very few WiFi cards.
- There’s a bug in minimal ISO.
For some reason, wifi-menu command also can’t establish connection on any of computers when using minimal ISO, so my only option to install antergos is full ISO.
Both computers are desktop systems. 1st has ACUS PCE-AC56 card ( https://www.asus.com/us/Networking/PCEAC56/ ), 2nd has Intel Wireless-AC 9560 (integrated into mobo)