I have a new laptop, Dell Inspiron 15 x5558, on which I have created 4 partitions over and above all the partitions which UEFI based system create. The first I used for Windows 10, second for Ubuntu 15.10 which I have successfully installed. I was wanting to use the third partition for Antergos on sda7.
I done the partition setup in the installation process choosing sda2 which is the FAT32 EFI boot, swap (can’t remember which it was but its the same one as is used by Ubuntu) and of course set sda7 as the root / mount point. I chose a LUKS encryption on the root partition.
All installed fine until the point where it went to setup grub where it failed. I rebooted and sure enough there is no entry for Antergos. I go into Ubuntu and update grub to see if it will find it and add an entry to it’s boot menu however it doesn’t find it. I can see that sda7 has a 6.5GB install on it and can access it with my password so I believe the actual install is there. It’s just missing a way to boot into it.
So how can I get my Antergos to boot?
I’ve attached my install logs Can’t attach logs because it says it’s too big (3.7mb) however if I compress using gz it doesn’t appear to upload.