shortly ago I was able to install and run Antergos 32bit on my laptop with a ATI Sumo graphics chip - Radeon HD 6… The solution to get it to work was to install the proprietary Catalyst driver by way of the respective Arch wiki page. That worked.
I had to install Antergos 64bit version today, because I had forgotten about mem limits on 32bit – got 4 gb ram, only 2 gb were being recognised. So, I installed the 64bit version of Catalyst, worked through the how-to as before and this time it didn’t work.
On non-quiet boot I get a failed to load kernel module error for which the fglrx module is the culprit as I found out. If I start lxdm from cli via systemctl, it, at first, looks like it might work, but then a screen says there has been a system error which could not be recovered. I presume that’s a result of the fglrx module not loading? The screen looks perfect by the way, no pixelation/distortions or whatever.
Any idea without looking at logs? It’s almost midnight here and I need sleep, but wanted to post my question anyway. Will provide more info if necessary.