ANTERGOS_ROOTshows exactly same information.
File System: ext4
Mounted on: /
Mounted from: /dev/mapper/cryptAntergos
Could one of those antergos roots be from an antergos USB stick which is still plugged in?
No, I don’t have any USB sticks plugged. Also I have rebooted my PC multiple times and everything works perfectly etc.
Could these be something related to encryption and systemd-boot (?) because
ANTERGOS_ROOThas the orange lock while `AntergosRoot’ doesn’t. I’m just wondering what these could be.
ANTERGOS_ROOTentries showing on the “Devices” section on Dolphin file manager. My desktop environment is KDE. Here is a screenshot which shows
(sorry, the screenshot is in Finnish language)
Also when I further investigated these locations they seems to have same files. Also
ANTERGOS_ROOThave a little orange lock on its name (Devices section) as you can see from the screenshot above. I have no idea what these could be. Before I installed Antergos on my SSD (I have only one hard drive!) I deleted all the partitions with Windows 10 USB via
diskpartcommands to ensure that the hard drive is empty. Upon the Antergos installation I did chose the automated installation (so no custom!) and I chose to encrypt my hard drive if that matters. Also my boot loader is systemd-boot and Antergos is my only OS installed. Here is a screenshot what KDE Partition Manager shows:
ANTERGOS_ROOTlocations could be? I will appreciate any help.