What kind of Mac do you have? Specs and number?
I have a 11,1 MacBook Pro and 8,1 MacBook pro.
Mac could be a very tricky or very easy machine to install to.
Antergos is most of the time easy to install and you have to just follow the installers instructions. Ater installation comes a “scary” moment when you can´t see Mac OS. Just boot with option key down and wait until you see the Mac OS system disk. In Mac OS you have to install rEFInd and then reboot. That´s it basically!r
Here comes a true story!
I upgraded to El Capitan and thought that the computer became slower. I have ma…de a “homemade” fusion-disk and wanted to install to the SSD only. Had to break the fusion-disk in 2. After that I can´t partition or format the non-SSD-disk in Mac OS! Have tried everything ! (I think) From Antergos I could format and partition the disk so the
disk is not broken! I tried to format in jhfs+ with gparted and reboot to Mac OS but then the disk couldn´t be recognized! I formated to fat32 and that worked. Now I have 700G to Antergos and 300 fat32 for music and movies etc. All this because of Apples disk-utility! I really like Mac but this has been very so frustrating that my next computer might be a …PC.