• switch_root: failed to execute /sbin/init: Input/output error


    card is one of the now legacy cards for nvidia-390xx
    http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/134262/en-us
    so will work with nvidia-390xx + bumblebee setup…

    nvidia-installer from Antgergos should do this job:

    nvidia-installer -b -t to test
    if it do not paste errors do the real install:

    sudo nvidia-installer -b

    and prior read the wiki to get knowledged about:
    https://antergos.com/wiki/hardware/bumblebee-for-nvidia-optimus/

  • @manuel https://ptpb.pw/uAyS looks ok to me…
    I think if I could only use intel graphics that would be a good next step…
    thx!

  • @joekamprad thx

    Just to check - my system will not boot at all at the moment (panic…)
    I am using the laptop with an antergos boot usb stick

    I think your two instructions both require the system to be booted normally, not with a usb boot.
    Do I somehow have to get the system to boot before I can do anything else or…

  • or chroot into it…

  • I run multiple linux distros and for reasons I do not remember now, my system was rendered unbootable for all distros - may be a corrupted MBR though nothing trivial should be touching that!

    I used the super grub2 disk to get myself out of that jam. https://www.supergrubdisk.org/super-grub2-disk/

    It booted successfully to Antergos (I used the boot manually option) and I then fixed with

    os-prober
    grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
    grub-install /dev/sda
    

    change /dev/sda to match your setup.

    I do not use a separate boot partition so YMMV, but I would think it is worth a try.

  • @joekamprad hi just reminded myself that chroot fails as per previous message:

    Thought it would be worth trying out the first few commands:
    su
    mount /dev/sda2 /mnt
    mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/boot

    these worked ok

    arch-chroot /mnt
    got the error message:
    failed to run command ’ /bin/bash’: Input/output error

  • @boogy make sure you are mounting the right partitions, check that with lsblk -fm

  • @joekamprad
    If the partitions have not changed, the mounts should be OK.
    So the problem seems something different. Maybe disks or partitions are corrupted?

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