• Oh no! Something has gone wrong message


    Hi,

    I am trying to install Antergos on my old PC which is 10 year old. I have created live USB. I boot from live USB. It starts Antergos. The first screen comes where I see Installation options CLI Installtion, Graphical Installation etc and I immediately get error “Oh no! Something has gone wrong message” and logout. Then I don’t have any other option but logout. After logout it shows me login screen but I can not logback in. I am tired of trying to install it. As a side note, I also tried to Insall Manjaro. I was able to successfully install Manjaro but there is something wrong with graphic driver.

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  • Hi,

    I am trying to install Antergos on my old PC which is 10 year old. I have created live USB. I boot from live USB. It starts Antergos. The first screen comes where I see Installation options CLI Installtion, Graphical Installation etc and I immediately get error “Oh no! Something has gone wrong message” and logout. Then I don’t have any other option but logout. After logout it shows me login screen but I can not logback in. I am tired of trying to install it. As a side note, I also tried to Insall Manjaro. I was able to successfully install Manjaro but there is something wrong with graphic driver.

    After searching on google I reached here but no solution [http://www.linuxquestions.org/reviews/showproduct.php?product=2707][0]">[http://www.linuxquestions.org/reviews/s][1] … oduct=2707

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    [1]: http://www.linuxquestions.org/reviews/s

  • Hi,

    How much RAM does the system have? You may have to use the CLI (Command Line Installer) instead. You can boot right into it by adding the following to the boot command (just start typing when the boot menu appears):

    Log in as root with no password and then enter this command:
    

    Let me know how it goes

    Best Regards,
    Dustin

  • Thanks for help but it did not work. The installation started in text mode. I set timezone, date time etc but when it come to disk preparation, I already had partitions created to I skipped and went ahead to patition mounting. It says scanning enrypted device etc and keeps on giving i/o errors something "fd0 block some number " But on same hard disk I have windows xp in another patition which works without problem. And on same hard disk in another patition I have installed Manjaro.

  • If you installed Manjaro without any issues then you should also be able to use our GUI installer. The reason being that Manjaro’s installer is a copy of ours. Same code, written by us. We will be posting our official release images within a day or two which will have all new package updates that were released since the last images were made. Hopefully this will correct the GNOME Oops Error for you.

    Cheers!

  • For the time being I have installed linux mint on one old PC and on my laptop I have installed Antergos. Thanks for the help.

  • fd0 is usually a floppy disk drive; perhaps disconnect it while doing the install?

  • Yes, it may be problem with floppy dirve because my floppy drive does not work from long time. I can not disconnect floppy drive because the cabinet of desktop is not easy for me. If I have to do something to harddisk or floppy drive, first I have to remove RAM it is not easy for me to put in RAM again. Last I had to call other friend to put RAM in place. So I will not remove floppy drive. I have installed Linux Mint for the time being.

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