@just I tryed to reinstall, because i can’t modify files, because the system is encrypted and i didn’t have another working antergos installation to mount the encrypted volume.
Now installation fails to install grub, which is strange, because it already worked one time. I will try it again tomorrow.
After I reinstalled …
Should I try this with ‘HOOKS’ again? I guess no ;D
@just I booted up Antergos from USB and change the HOOKS line using “nano /etc/mkinitcpio.conf” from the KDE konsole.
After this, I executed “sudo mkinitcpio -p linux” in the same terminal / konsole and then “reboot”.
I booted from USB again and got this message.
Hi, I installed Antergos on an USB stick (for a portable system) and enabled encryption.
Now I have to enter my password everytime I want to boot the system.
The problem is: All keyboards do work in Grub, but when it comes to enter the password to boot the system, only some keyboards work.
I already tryed USB 2.0 and 3.0, but there is no difference.
This is very bad, because my built-in laptop keyboard also doesn’t work there. I have to connect an external USB keyboard to enter my password and boot.
Also I want to boot the system on other pcs, without having a working keyboard with me.