I have been using Antergos in a vmware virtual machine on a Windows desktop. Yesterday, I did a system update and I notice that there was a new version of the linux package. I did not realize that the drive containing the Antergos virtual disk was running out of disk space. The update crashed midway with a “disk full” error message.
After I freed up a lot of space on the drive, I found out I cannot boot up Antergos – there is a missing file in /usr/lib/modules. Sadly, I did not install the LTS kernel. Can I use Rufus to create a boot flash drive to boot up and repair my Antergos system? What do I need to do? Many thanks in advance for your kind and detailed advices.
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