I am currently using an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS desktop and for a couple of days wanted to switch to arch Linux…but was afraid to go through the normal arch Linux installation. I found Antergos through various Google searches and thought i would final be able to have my 3 day long dream of arch Linux realized.
so i downloaded the live 64 bit iso from the Antergos website…but here’s where it gets tricky.
at first i tried to make a Startup disk with Ubuntu’s Startup disk creator and unfortunately the Startup disk creator would not allow me to select the iso. so i simply put the iso directly on the usb drive through the file manager…booted to the usb and now it says something about no configuration some odd something that i cant entirely remember and wont allow me to boot into the Antergos installation menu
now i have also used UUI or universal-usb-installer on a friends Windows desktop…“yuk Windows!!!”. and when i booted the usb on my laptop it booted up but the Ategros screen was black with the same words you would see on the grey and blue bootup menu for installation…but this menu functioned like a terminal and when i pressed [Enter] it actually booted me to a root user terminal.
so my question is how do i properly make a bootable usb for Antergos that will allow me to utilize the stupid simple installation process i saw on Youtube and enjoy an Arch Linux desktop. As it seems everything i have tried has failed.