@tifriis_ said in Failed to start Light Display Manager:
…What could I do to give you more informations ?
As already mentioned, libxfont must be uninstalled, but libxfont2 must be preserved in the system.
Check whether libxfont2 is present with:
└─> pacman -Q libxfont2
If the output is empty (no output) then libxfont2 is missing, which is wrong.
Missing libxfont2 nay be re-installed in two ways:
by explicitely installing xorg-server - not the best solution imo. It would change the package status from “installed by dependency” to “explicitely installed”, which may lead to undesired collateral effects in the future
by re-installing antergos-common-meta - probably the best solution. The meta package installs xorg-server as dependency, which is correct. The meta package will also restore (install) all missing Antergos common packages, which you have probably inadvertisely removed during libxfont uninstallation. If there are no missing packages, then only antergos-common-meta will be re-installed, no other packages will be added.