what’s up. Really like the distro so far - however, all the time I’ve been using it (besides trying it in a VM) has been in the liveUSB since my zpool wouldn’t boot.
The first time I tried installing it, I selected
force 4k sectors, named my pool
rpool (RIP Solaris), I don’t think there was any more options (?) The bootloader was
grub (only one available) and the disk was
Trying to import the pool was futile, as it locked up the computer, even though the zfs module was loaded (ala
# modprobe zfs). I’m not sure if I would have been able to rebuild using
# mkinitcpio -P linux-lts where I was, but I didn’t think of it until now.
I’m back in the LiveUSB trying to install it again completely stock (without choosing any options). Partition scheme still
GPT because, you know, it’s the 21st century and it’s not a VMWare VM… Hopefully it will work this time…
Anybody know where I went wrong? I’ve been struggling to get ZFS on root with Arch for days and I’m just looking for the easiest out possible. If this doesn’t work I guess I’m going back to