• Cant boot up install DVD


    Hi,

    i downloaded 64b DVD, checked hashed,burner and verified, but im stuck in install process.

    I saw the last trad but link for the newer ISO was only 32b.

    This is what i get:
    [http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg][0]">[http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg][1]

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg

  • Hi,

    i downloaded 64b DVD, checked hashed,burner and verified, but im stuck in install process.

    I saw the last trad but link for the newer ISO was only 32b.

    This is what i get:
    [http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg][0]">[http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg][1]

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg

  • Hello,

    Everyone has been experiencing these issue ever since the latest GNOME release. It seems like the release was let into the wild too soon. The first thing to try is to update the live system and reinstall GNOME. Here’s how:

    1. Switch to another VT before the system hangs (Ctrl+Alt+F2 --may have to press it a few times in a row)
    1a. If you are not able to get to another VT, add this to the kernel command line (just start typing it when you get to the screen of boot options) “systemd.unit=multi-user”. Won’t take long, then press enter when asked.
    2. So now you are at a login screen. Login as root. It will not ask for a password.
    3. run: "pacman -Syyu"
    4. run: “pacman -S gnome --force” press enter for all
    5. now complete the boot into gnome with “systemctl isolate graphical.target”

    Please let me know if this is successful!

    Regards,

  • I made t into root´s console but there is no connection, only loopback in ifconfig.

  • Did you boot with “system.unit=multi-user.target” added to kernel boot options? That method is more likely to have network setup automatically. (that’s if your not using wireless).

    If you are NOT using wireless and booting with multi-user doesn’t result in active network:

    Run "systemctl start dhcpcd.service"
    If that doesn’t work, run “ip link” to get your interface name and then run “systemctl start [email protected]_name.service” (interface name will be enp3s0 or similar)

    If you ARE using wireless:

    Run “ip link” to get your interface name and then run “wifi-menu wlp3s0” and follow the prompts.

    Hopefully you will have some good news to report

    Regards,

  • @“aiphee”:9w5ngb7f said:

    Hi,

    i downloaded 64b DVD, checked hashed,burner and verified, but im stuck in install process.

    I saw the last trad but link for the newer ISO was only 32b.

    This is what i get:
    [http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg][0]">[http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg][1][/quote:9w5ngb7f]

    Hi. I would also like to report that I also experienced this problem. I used the iso from : [http://mirrors.antergos.com/iso/2013.08.20-1/antergos-2013.08.20-1-x86_64.iso][0]">[http://mirrors.antergos.com/iso/2013.08][2] … x86_64.iso

    In the end, what worked for me was taken from a previous suggestion here : [http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=960&start=110#p4123][0]">viewtopic.php?f=5&t=960&start=110#p4123
    1. When you get to the screen of boot options, type 1 to add to the kernel command line. Press [enter]. This boots the system in “single user mode” (I have no idea what this means).
    2. Several text will appear, and at the end, the system will prompt you to press [enter] to troubleshoot, or press [CTRL + D] (or ^D). Press [CTRL + D].
    3. The system now boots into Gnome live desktop. There will be a pop-up to ask you whether you want to try it, install using CLI, or install using GUI (just like [http://wiki.antergos.com/Installing+Antergos][0]">[http://wiki.antergos.com/Installing+Antergos][3] on page 2).
    4. Before doing anything though, connect to the internet. Use the wifi tool [top-right] if you are on wireless.
    5. I tried the GUI installer, it was stuck at mid-point. I was not sure if it was stuck, or was just downloading packages. However, the CLI installer worked well for me. I now have a working Antergos install.

    I don’t know why this works. It just did according to the reference I used. I hope this helps.

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: http://ubuntuone.com/3bWlZATjtET3q9dbri4rpg
    [2]: http://mirrors.antergos.com/iso/2013.08
    [3]: http://wiki.antergos.com/Installing+Antergos

  • I made to gnome with internet but i stucked on istalation, i made a screnshot which is corupted (???).

    I will tryagain on weekend. When is next Antergos instalation comming up? If it will not be long time, i could wait and try then.
    i have Ubuntu as primary system, i just wanna try some Arch-based friendly distro and i like the name

  • @“aiphee”:1iwyvmqz said:

    I made to gnome with internet but i stucked on istalation, i made a screnshot which is corupted (???).

    I will tryagain on weekend. When is next Antergos instalation comming up? If it will not be long time, i could wait and try then.
    i have Ubuntu as primary system, i just wanna try some Arch-based friendly distro and i like the name

    We are preparing to make the next official release now, It will be by the end of the week I believe

  • There is another post I read that advised to press “1” just before booting, (i.e on the kernel boot line), I did that and it seemed to boot okay. At least has got me to the installation screen. One point of irritation, I live in Tanzania where connectivty is often an issue, so I had downloaded the iso remotely to my office figuring I would do the install while working on another machine. Now I am doing the install it seems it is downloading each package it needs to install, great that I will have current versions of stuff, but seems like there is no point in downloading the 700MB+ iso if its going to do a net-install

  • The way in which the installer handles a fresh installation is something that we inherited from Arch as that’s how they have always done it. However, Arch does not offer a livecd that includes a full GUI so our livecd is larger. We have been brainstorming on how to better handle this process It will not be on the release that we are about to do, but if all goes well it should be on the following release. Thanks for your feedback.

    Regards,

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