• ISO Refresh: antergos 17.7


    Notable Changes: Packages updated for the live and minimal install environments.

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  • i see still the extreme os-prober slowness :( (not a fault of the ISO)
    But may we can find a solution to this? I was thinking that a lot of new users will think installation fails because on a multiboot system it takes araund 6 minutes or more.

    10:51.78 0 0 grub-mount /dev/sdc6 /var/lib/os-prober/mount

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  • @joekamprad This is an old bug, but I do not have the slightest idea of what’s wrong with os-prober.

  • @joekamprad said in ISO Refresh: antergos 17.7:

    …on a multiboot system it takes araund 6 minutes or more…

    I’d say much more. On computers with 10-12 independent, separate Linuxes and traditional rotational HDDs os-prober runs for 3 hours. CPU usage is constantly at max, cooling fans spin like a crazy. A nightmare.

    It’s one of the reasons I don’t use or install Grub 2.

  • @just said in ISO Refresh: antergos 17.7:

    On computers with 10-12 independent, separate Linuxes and traditional rotational HDDs os-prober runs for 3 hours.

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  • @karasu Ha-ha :) ! Great image! It should a photo of myself, it exactly transmits my state at the end of os-prober running.

  • @just
    I found that os-prober works as it should when the partitions on which other operating systems are installed are mounted. So manually mount partitions before running os-prober.

  • @yamon123 said in ISO Refresh: antergos 17.7:

    I found that os-prober works as it should when the partitions on which other operating systems are installed are mounted. So manually mount partitions before running os-prober.

    Very intersting, I didn’t know or thought about that. Will probably try it, will mount by hand 12 other partitions with Linuxes, during a future install. Thanks for info.

  • @yamon123 said in ISO Refresh: antergos 17.7:

    @just
    I found that os-prober works as it should when the partitions on which other operating systems are installed are mounted. So manually mount partitions before running os-prober.

    tested and yes it works, fast and without any other problem!

    Would be interesting if this is caused by a change on os-prober?

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