• Booting problems after changing to lts kernel


    Im a newbie to this, so I was messing around with a tutorial about what to do after installing antergos, I installed LTS kernel, then I used sudo pacman -Rs linux, but now that I try to boot it says I need to load the core first. I dont know what to do, cant find lts kernel either on advanced options.

  • you didnt do

    sudo mkinitcpio -P
    

    , you need to generate initramfs. and 2nd wrong is, you removed directly the linux kernel.
    3de you also need to update the grub : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/GRUB#Generated_grub.cfg

    now you have to chroot intoo your system to get installed

    https://antergos.com/wiki/nl/miscellaneous/rescue-non-booting-antergos-from-arch-chroot/

    you need a usb-disk of antergos to get back in.

    hope it helps a bit …

  • @manuel created also a kernel manager for Antergos:
    https://github.com/manuel-192/akm
    Bildschirmfoto vom 2019-02-12 07-11-52.png

  • @r0gues4int
    Use the arch-chroot link of @ringo32 and after arch-chrooting run the commands:

    su
    pacman -S linux linux-lts linux-headers linux-lts-headers
    
  • yeah is importand for now to have linux back in the system

  • sudo mkinitcpio -p linux-lts
    sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
    

    if you have nvidia installed you will also need the nvidia-lts (or nvidia-340xx-lts) installed. from what i see here linux-lts is flagged out of date

  • @trytip said in Booting problems after changing to lts kernel:

    linux-lts is flagged out of date

    So is linux. Flagging “out of date” only means the new kernel versions are released by Linus & his colleagues, but not yet finished and released by Arch. Arch releases new kernel versions quite rapidly compared to nearly all other distros.

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