Hey guys. I’ve had an Antergos install image from january, and decided to install it just now. I didn’t knew there were a new image available, and I didn’t checked it out, but I guess that isn’t a problem?
Anyways, I only have one HDD, so I made a partition of 230gb (in a total of 460gb) to install Antergos. I booted it from a pen drive, and went through the installation while I was checking around the live test version. I partitioned 20gb for the root (/), 4gb for swap and the remaining for /home.
Everything went well, until I restared my computer. Apparently, I had no option of initializing my Windows partition, even though my Windows partition remained untouched. And while I chose the Antergos partition, it greeted me with “Failed to start Light Display Manager. See “sysemctl status lightdm.service” for details.”
I saw a similar thread (http://forum.antergos.com/topic/1946/solved-failed-failed-to-start-light-display-manager-see-sysemctl-status-lightdm-service-for-details) but if I try to use pacman, it just says no directory could be found or any other command mentioned in the thread.
I tried reinstalling, but the problem persisted. I currently can’t access my Windows partition, and I can’t initialize Antergos, limiting myself to the live test version.
What can I do?