Thank you for making the GUI installer - it is very useful for someone like me coming from Windows (well i also spent a small amount of time with Linux Mint).
I like it but i do have 2 major remarks:
My native language isnt English so i didnt chose it as locale. As a result i ended with a single non English/Latin keyboard layout. For me it was major issue because i could not do anything in the console. Consider it as a request - would it be possible to alter the installer in order to complete every installation with at least one English keyboard? Some advanced Linux users may know how to fix it i did not and because of that i reinstalled Antergos.[/list15sc7lz0]
Regarding the mirrors - this one would be more complicated to resolve and it is a more of a private problem. Antergos correctly found the nearest mirror to my location. But while i was downloading additional packages i found out that the speed is very low. When i start downloading (from the local mirror) the speed is fine but after 5 seconds it gets down to 5K/s. I had to regenerate the mirrors list and rearrange it. If it is possible to do something about this kind of problem it would be very nice.[/list15sc7lz0]
I also failed to install from the .iso file. I use a flash drive on which i am loading some utilities (as .iso files). Then all i have to do is to generate a menu list (using grub to load every .iso file). I ended with an error regarding “tty” i believe. Maybe Antergos was never designed to be installed this way but for me it is very convenient because i do not have to reformat my flash drive every time i want to install from it. If you consider this case for an issie and intend to fix it i can provide more info if necessary.
When trying to install from a CD (i burned the .iso file) i get this message:
(1 of 2) A start Job is running for GNOME Display Manager_
and the installer just stops there - it can hang for a day i suppose.
I managed to install after deploying Antergos to my flash drive - i had to reformat it
I like it - the freedom and the easiness of installation (it wasnt very easy for me, but i like the GUI installer).
To the developers - thank you all! Cannot wait for the next version - keep it coming!