I remove two partions that was created for Antergos (nothing with the OS but for media), however, I removed these as I had trouble booting and one solution people said was that I should remove the “third hard-drive” I used (which was just a partioned larger hard-drive, on part windows, another part extra storage for Linux stuff).
Now when I try to start it seems it can find these, and therefore won’t boot. It just keeps me at a screen where it says something failed, press CTRL+D to continue, but the only thing that happens is that it goes back to the same screen again.
Can I somehow refresh from this “terminal-ish” screen and boot my Antergos installation? Or do I need to re-install all of Antergos for it to work again?
- How I do create a third hard-drive for Linux, because I have one /home and one / (which I think is the OS?), but how do I add a third one, because I can’t have two “/home” drives I assume?