I am not completely new to linux having dabbled with Fedora quite often, but I can’t figure this one out.
My PC ‘retired’ last week and I have replaced it with a machine with an nVidia 750 ti, which I knew would could cause problems.
However, when booting in BIOS mode I was able to pass nouveau.modeset=0 as a kernel option during install and initial boot and then enable the nVidia drivers, all good.
But, seeing as my new computer had a UEFI enabled bios I tried a UEFI install.
When booting the cd in UEFI mode I was presented with a menu with I think 4 options, one was Antergos boot, then there were 2 UEFI shells and maybe a 4th option.
If I choose the Antergos boot, the install started straight away and I could see no way of amending the kernel options.
I tried the UEFI shells but was unable to achieve anything useful.
Now I know I should probably stick with the BIOS boot, but I would like to get this working if I can.
By the way, very impressed with Antergos/Arch it seems very fast and stable.
If I had to criticise one thing it would be the choice of lightdm as login manager, being unable to login without having to use both keyboard and mouse is a problem, easily fixed though.