Did some looking around, have some questions.
How would you go about installing the Nvidia driver, even after you chroot in? LiveUSB’s use the squash filesystem, which is read-only, which means the only way I could actually install a package would be to unpack the entire usb, make my changes, and then repack it (which is something I don’t even begin to know how to do.) What would be preferable is if there was an alternative nonfree Antergos iso that has preloaded Nvidia drivers, similar to Manjaro’s setup.
I have a Lenovo IdeaPad Y50-70 with an Nvidia GTX 960M graphics card and Intel i7 CPU. Whenever I try to install Antergos off of my USB drive (I’ve used several different ISO’s over the past few months, the most recent was September 13th release), the EFI menu comes up, and I attempt to load Antergos live. Almost immediately, a single nouveau error is displayed, and then a bunch of other stuff, and then a string of Noveau errors occurring roughly 20 times a second come up for about 15 seconds and then the computer restarts into my Windows partition without any warning. Has anyone here seen anything similar to this before? I’ve never tried to install Antergos onto a computer with Nvidia discreet graphics before, and I’m not sure how to proceed.