• Not a valid boot medium?

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  • Hmmm…That’s strange. If you could, please mount the installed Antergos Root and grab the installer log as well as the grub.cfg.

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  • Hi,

    Did you choose automatic or advanced installation?
    If automatic, which options?
    If advanced, which partitions?

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  • Hi,

    Do you recall which version of Cnchi did you use? In other words, did you give it time to update itself?

    It’s the first time we get a report like this, so something odd must be happening to you…

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  • It sounds as though the post install tasks are not being completed. That is where cnchi installs grub and copies the logs from /tmp into the new installed system. we would need to see the logs to figure this out. If you make another attempt, grab the logs from /tmp before rebooting. If you don’t have time or don’t want to risk your other good installs, we certainly understand.


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  • No worries. Just let us know when you do! 😄

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  • Does your system support UEFI Boot or is it BIOS Boot only?

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  • Hmm…that’s strange. The log indicates that its missing a kernel module that should be automatically enabled when booting UEFI mode. Before performing the install, open a terminal and run this command:

    sudo modprobe -a efivarfs

    That should fix the error I found in the logs and hopefully the issue as well.

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  • “”“Tried to install again so I could do this. Unfortunately, I can’t access the terminal. This also occurred the last time. The terminal reports:
    “There was an error creating the child process for this terminal
    grantpt failed: Operation not permitted””"

    This is an issue that we fixed in 0.8 Cnchi (it will be released very soon), and as you guessed it has nothing to do with your issue.

    I’ll check your log asap.

  • Hi,

    There’s this error in your log:
    grub-probe: error: cannot find a GRUB drive for /dev/sdc1. Check your device.map.

    Why is your /boot fat32?

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