I did fresh install cause many probs, too. But for lost grub you don’t have to.
for next time:
(Don’t know about Rescatux. Don’t know nothing about chrooting.)
But on supergrub 2 there was always reliance (for me)
Burn Super Grub2 iso or make Usb-Stick
Boot from supergrub2 CD/Usb,
There are various ways/entries, but it should find your distro.
Select and boot your wanted distro.
Then install grub with konsole:
sudo grub-install /dev/sda (make sure to use the correct partition)
generate new grub.cfg:
sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
i wanted to post it in wiki but the site don’t received im no robot.
Mount iPhone in Arch Linux
Step 1: Unplug your iPhone, if it is already plugged in.
Step 2: Now, open a terminal and use the following command to install some necessary packages. Don’t worry if they are already installed.
sudo pacman -Sy ifuse usbmuxd libplist libimobiledevice
Step 3: Once these programs and libraries are installed, reboot your system.
Step 4: Make a directory where you want the iPhone to be mounted. I would suggest making a directory named iPhone in your home directory.
Step 5: Unlock your phone and plug it in. If asked to trust the computer, allow it.
Step 6: Verify that iPhone is recognized by the system this time.
dmesg | grep -i iphone
This should show you some result with iPhone and Apple in it. Something like this:
[ 31.003392] ipheth 2-1:4.2: Apple iPhone USB Ethernet device attached
[ 40.950883] ipheth 2-1:4.2: Apple iPhone USB Ethernet now disconnected
[ 47.471897] ipheth 2-1:4.2: Apple iPhone USB Ethernet device attached
[ 82.967116] ipheth 2-1:4.2: Apple iPhone USB Ethernet now disconnected
[ 106.735932] ipheth 2-1:4.2: Apple iPhone USB Ethernet device attached
This means that iPhone has been successfully recognized by Antergos/Arch Linux.
Step 7: When everything is set, it’s time to mount the iPhone. Use the command below:
Since we created the mount directory in home, it won’t need root access and you should also be able to see it easily in your home directory. If the command is successful, you won’t see any output.
Go back to Files and see if the iPhone is recognized or not.
You can access the files in this directory. Copy files from it or to it.
Step 8: When you want to unmount it, you should use this command:
sudo umount ~/iPhone
thanx itsfoss.com/iphone-antergos-linux for this howto.