• 20131117 ISO Has Been Updated


    The images have been corrected and are available on the main website. Thank you all for your understanding. We hope you enjoy the new release

  • The images have been corrected and are available on the main website. Thank you all for your understanding. We hope you enjoy the new release

  • How about Cinnamon?

  • @d34dkn16h7 I understand that the error is when the ISO boots and tries to reach the graphical environment, so you can’t even get to start the installation.

    @lots.0.logs Don’t worry, we can wait for it d(^_^)

    "When you stare into the abyss the abyss stares back at you." (Friedrich Nietzsche)

  • @Noxbru Thanks for explanation

  • Uploads are slow…27% and counting

  • Thanks! Awesome work!

  • you will provide the latest version in the download section[/url:2s7fixwt]?

  • @“vitor_neves88”:3tfpghia said:

    you will provide the latest version in the [download section[/url:3tfpghia]?[/quote:3tfpghia]

    Yes, it will be updated as soon as it is ready

  • @“lots.0.logs”:v7l8aehv said:

    If you don’t want to wait, you can use these testing images, but you will need to download and run this script from the live system.

    1. Boot into live system
    2. Close the installer
    3. Download the script below
    4. Make it executable either by right clicking in nautilus or using "chmod +x mirrors.sh"
    5. Execute the script on command line “./mirrors.sh” and Cnchi will reopen ready to go.

    [http://antergos.info/iso/mirrors.sh[/url:v7l8aehv]
    [/quote:v7l8aehv]

    Ah, so this is the reason the ISO was failing to install in my Virtual Machine

    "When you stare into the abyss the abyss stares back at you." (Friedrich Nietzsche)

  • [http://www.gdjackson.net/screenshots/antergos1.png][0]">[http://www.gdjackson.net/screenshots/antergos1.png][1]

    I keep getting this error when trying to run the installer. It will let me choose the disk, I click install now. It goes to the timezone screen, then to the screen where I give it my name and password and the error pops up.

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: http://www.gdjackson.net/screenshots/antergos1.png

  • Hello
    i get a problem to boot cd live image 32 bits …i download the updated iso…md5sum is ok
    burn the cd 3 times in low speed wtih cd-rw and cd-r and cd+r and everytime get the same error:

    [b:3t3fu0f2]ETCDisolinux disk error 32 AX 4237 drive9F[/b:3t3fu0f2]

    i don’t understand what is the pb! is there an issue?
    Thank!

  • I have the same issue as Xcleaner, I have downloaded the ISO 3 times now, I have burnt to 3 different media types, and have tried the 32 bit version too. I have burnt 5 DVDs and 2 CDs but no luck, I am guessing I have unsupported hardware maybe? I have also tried to create a USB Disk image but that’s also failing although I think that’s Debian or likely me not creating it correctly, or the ISO is no good, I have tried a direct download of the ISO and the Torrent version of the ISO too. Any suggestions would be appreciated. My hardware is about 5 years old and has run Arch in the past as well as many other Distros.

  • That error is most commonly due to BIOS bugs. Make sure you have installed any available BIOS updates from the manufacturer of your pc. If at all possible, I’d recommend using a USB drive instead of wasting anymore CD or DVDs. If that’s not possible then try using different software and then hardware (if available) to create the image.

    To Create Bootable USB - Suse ImageWriter

    AUR: [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/imagewriter/][0]">[https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/imagewriter/][1]
    .deb: [http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxfreedomfor/files/Mix/imagewriter_1.9-1~lffl_all.deb][0]">[http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxfr][2] … fl_all.deb
    .rpm: [ftp://rpmfind.net/linux/opensuse/distri … x86_64.rpm][3]
    .exe: [http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Create_a_Live_USB_stick_using_Windows][0]">[http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Create_a_Liv][4] … ng_Windows

    To Create Bootable USB - Command Line

    sudo dd if=/path/to/antergos.iso of=/dev/sdxX
    

    To Create Bootable CD/DVD - Linux Command Line

    sudo growisofs -Z /dev/dvdrw=iso\_image\_here.iso
    

    If using other software to burn images, always use the lowest write speed available. UnetBootin is known not to work with our images. Suse ImageWriter is the best tool for the job based on my experience. Please let me know if you get it working okay.

    Best Regards,

    [0]: <a href=
    [1]: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/imagewriter/
    [2]: http://sourceforge.net/projects/linuxfr
    [3]: ftp://rpmfind.net/linux/opensuse/distribution/13.1/repo/oss/suse/x86_64/imagewriter-1.10-4.1.3.x86_64.rpm
    [4]: http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Create_a_Liv

  • @“peaveyman”:193cuhsb said:

    http://www.gdjackson.net/screenshots/antergos1.png

    I keep getting this error when trying to run the installer. It will let me choose the disk, I click install now. It goes to the timezone screen, then to the screen where I give it my name and password and the error pops up.[/quote:193cuhsb]

    Your download may have been of the older image (they have the same filename to prevent breaking links). There is a script you can run that will fix the mirrors on the image or you can just download the newer image. See here for the script: [http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1259#p4485][1]">viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1259#p4485

    Best Regards,

    [1]: <a href=

  • Thank you lots.0.logs. I have a working USB install image now, I eventually downloaded and installed Mint, downloaded the Antergos ISO in Mint and used Mints ISO to USB software to burn the image. So far its installing Antergos as I type this so so far so good. I have no idea why the Debian burnt images would not work, its an issue I have never come across before and I “Distro Hop” a lot I am really looking forward to trying out Antergos, it may just be the Distro I have been looking for.

  • Manjaro user here. I like Manjaro quite a bit. But I think I want to try something more “Arch” oriented. Using the actual Arch repos. Glad to read up on Antergos and see this is the case! I don’t have the patience or time to attempt to install Arch. As an intermediate Linux user, I just want things to work on initial install. Specifically via graphic installer. Looking forward to test driving Antergos! Downloaded and will be installing the next day or two.

  • Welcome to you both!

    @Kupofried:

    I “Distro Hop” a lot I am really looking forward to trying out Antergos, it may just be the Distro I have been looking for.

    Used to do the same. Then went to Bridge, then to Manjaro and now here to Antergos. Now have been stuck on Arch for almost 3 years, and on Antergos since the distro change *to* Antergos.

    @Uncle Spellbinder:

    But I think I want to try something more “Arch” oriented. Using the actual Arch repos.

    Yep, this is also the reason I changed from Mangero.

    I think you will both like it here. The dev team is both responsive and kind, so you won’t mind asking questions.

    Again, welcome to our little community here at Antergos! And if you have a moment and the desire too, please spread the word by clicking through to Antergos at least once per day on Distrowatch, starting here:
    [url:26ptpu60]http://distrowatch.com/search.php?basedon=Arch[/url:26ptpu60]

    In God's love,
    †MaNNa <{{{\>< …to You all thanks and glory Lord Yeshua!

    And Jesus prayed to The Father, "And this is the way to ete…

  • It’s now possible to install Antergros without downloading of GUI like Gnome and other?

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Installing Antergos requires downloading our Live Image and writing it to USB. You then are able to choose between using the GUI installer or the CLI (Command Line Installer). Both installers will present you with a choice of desktop for your installation. The current options are NoX (NO Graphical Interface), GNOME, Xfce, Openbox, & RazorQT. I hope this answers your question. Let us know if there is anything else we can answer.

    Best Regards,

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