[b:2kz1sfsi]Edit:[/b:2kz1sfsi] The solution for my system was to install the ATI Catalyst driver instead of the opensource driver.
just installed Antergos on my laptop after checking it out in a Virtualbox. Install from USB went okay after a bit of tweaking, but after booting, the system sits at a certain point, see attached picture, goes black once then returns to that mentioned screen.
Seems there is a UMS problem with the radeon card, too. When I boot with nomodeset, an error message is additionally displayed: “drm:radeon_init ERROR No UMS support in radeon module!”
Got a Samsung dualcore laptop with a Radeon card (HD 6480G, the opensource driver is installed). If you need more details, please let me know so I know what to provide.
NB the picture’s file name is probably not correct, I don’t know if there really is a “loop”
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