Great job with this distro. I really appreciate being able to use Arch without having to go through the installation process. Antergos is awesome!
I wanted to inform about an issue (and possible bug) I am experiencing with the testing ISO images (specifically I have tested this with the “antergos-2014.03.30-x86_64.iso” image). If I write the image to a USB flash drive using dd (the command I use is: “sudo dd bs=4M if=./antergos-2014.03.30-x86_64.iso of=/dev/sdb”), the resulting USB drive is bootable, however my EFI computer (its an ASUS P8Z68-M motherboard) will only see the normal BIOS boot for the flash drive, and it won’t give me the option to boot using EFI.
However, if I produce a USB flash drive (formatted fat32) with this image using unetbootin (from the Arch repo), my motherboard properly sees and can boot the flash drive through EFI (it gives me both options, to do BIOS and EFI boot). Furthermore, I believe that the Arch images, and certainly most other ISO files which support dd work fine with this motherboard when I do the dd, its just the Antergos images which don’t seem to do it using dd. Can anyone shed some light on this?
In any case, it is a minor issue, since I am installing using EFI on my desktop right now, but it would be easier to use dd