Trying to install Antergos on my new desktop. I did it before many times on different machines, but this time I need your help
I tried regular, minimum and nvidia types of image, I did
dd to flash. In all the cases I get the screen like below.
The machine is fairly new, but I know Antergos supports UEFI nicely, nvidia OSS drivers also should support my GFX card.
The configuration for the reference:
AMD Ryzen 5, Motherboard: Gigabyte AB350N, Graphics: MSI GTX 1060 6GB, 16GB RAM.
This ‘progressbar’ takes around 1/3 of the screen width (it’s wide on the picture because it is ultrawide display). It does nothing, pressing Enter or Esc reboots to BIOS boot menu.
With the BIOS boot menu I get ca 10 boot entries pointing to my USB stick, all the same names. I guess they differ somehow (different loader configs?) but I have no way to distinguish them. I tried each entry though, and the result was always the same - as on the picture. Choosing the entry on bootmenu causes the display to change to the one on the picture almost instantly, no CLI or other boot logs/errors appear at all.
How can I enable some logging mode on such early stage, to get any clue on what’s going on?
Ubuntu Live USB boots like a charm. But as usual, I adore Antergos, I want to use it