I’ve been trying to install Antergos on a new laptop, dual-boot with Windows. At first it wasn’t getting past the point where you enter your username and password, even though I had removed some of the mirrors as suggested by @joekamprad in another thread (it seems impossible to find that thread now, should be pinned IMO). I had the same issue again so eventually I found another thread (again, hard to find) suggesting that LibreOffice is the culprit. So, this time I only ticked AUR, Bluetooth and Chromium as software to be installed. I chose GNOME as the desktop environment. Install seemed fine but after about 15 minutes it crashed with the same error.
I had managed to install Antergos successfully on my desktop (albeit in BIOS mode) but I didn’t need Bluetooth support. Is there some up-to-date install guide or at least a reliable method for installing Antergos? Thanks.