Hello, I often run into this issue switching my vm’s among machines.
I am sadly not running antergos at the moment, however, I am assuming you are NOT running a desktop environment on either machine?
The issue is probably due to the network interfaces having different names and you will need to redefine them per machine.
So, your ubuntu is naming the interface eth0 and your antergos box is probably en0.
Perhaps this will be relevant to your issue?
If you are running the virtualbox gui, you should be able to just redefine the network adapter in the Network sections.
Ok great. In addition to the first post info…here is
System: Host: auser Kernel: 3.12.1-3-ARCH x86\_64 (64 bit) Desktop: Xfce 4.10.2 Distro: Antergos Machine: System: TOSHIBA product: PORTEGE R835 version: PT324U-01TLM1 Mobo: TOSHIBA model: Portable PC version: Version A0 Bios: TOSHIBA version: Version 3.10 date: 08/25/2011 CPU: Dual core Intel Core i3-2310M CPU (-HT-MCP-) cache: 3072 KB flags: (lm nx sse sse2 sse3 sse4\_1 sse4\_2 ssse3 vmx) Clock Speeds: 1: 2061.117 MHz 2: 799.476 MHz 3: 799.968 MHz 4: 901.523 MHz Graphics: Card: Intel 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller X.Org: 1.14.4 driver: intel Resolution: [email protected] GLX Renderer: Mesa DRI Intel Sandybridge Mobile GLX Version: 3.0 Mesa 9.2.4 Audio: Card: Intel 6 Series/C200 Series Family High Definition Audio Controller driver: snd\_hda\_intel Sound: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture ver: k3.12.1-3-ARCH Network: Card-1: Qualcomm Atheros AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) driver: ath9k IF: wlp4s0 state: up mac: d0:df:9a:22:dd:01 Card-2: Intel 82579V Gigabit Network Connection driver: e1000e IF: enp0s25 state: down mac: e8:9d:87:3a:c4:28 Drives: HDD Total Size: 320.1GB (1.0% used) 1: id: /dev/sda model: ST9320421AS size: 320.1GB Partition: ID: / size: 294G used: 2.9G (1%) fs: ext4 Sensors: System Temperatures: cpu: 45.0C mobo: N/A Fan Speeds (in rpm): cpu: N/A Info: Processes: 115 Uptime: 8 min Memory: 228.2/3860.4MB Client: Shell (bash) inxi: 1.9.16
I can take care of reporting the bug if you wouldn’t mind posting your complete system profile along with any other information you think is relevant
Based on “warmth” I have seen other people receive over there, I think I will leave you the info and happy to provide whatever additional information that maybe needed.
What is there a suggested format or info template for the complete system profile?
Well, to late :p
i am up and runnning. i had to manually install xfce4 as the installer did not seem to install it properly…but all looks GOOD
And, it is up to the latest kernel with no problem
Linux 3.12.1-3-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Nov 26 11:17:02 CET 2013 x86_64 GNU/Linux
So, not sure what it up with the new installers, but it seems to be fine. I was expecting the system to stay on LTS, but I either did something wrong with updating cnchi or it just updated all to latest anyway.
No need for LTS since 3.12 is working fine…still curious why the installers not working though
Ok, got the iso (thank goodness for your TB! of junk
It booted the laptop fine, I downloaded the updated installer and ran…I had to use the option --force as it would not overwrite the existing files without.
It is now installing a base xfce system. I do not have a fast connection so it is on 6% I guess it will take another hour or so, at least. I will update after I reboot.
Hopefully the packages are still stored in /var/cache/pacman/pkg or something like that so that I can save them to a pen drive and reuse them when I do an install again later.
Thanks! and All the best
Well, bad news. not sure what to do at this point.
The new iso hung at the same point, basically stops just before a normal boot of line of
running early hook udev
The lts usb stick runs fine in my vm and other laptop, so, unless you have other ideas, I guess i will drop this toshiba back to something else.
Awesome, thank you very much. I will give the lts version a try today. Re arch, yes, I know what you mean. I will check out the latest version. I may also just wait for them to post the dec. iso
Thanks again for helping to solve this. I will update after I get a chance to try the new iso!
Hello, for what it is worth, I went back to archlinux-2013.09.01-dual.iso and it boots to # prompt fine. This version is running kernel 3.10.10-1 which is a kernel i would probably stay on by using the linux-lts package to keep in the 3.10 branch
I don’t know if you want me to do anything more as I don’t have the time to go through a full install. Please let me know if you are able too add an LTS option to your installer.
This really is a strange issue. Especially considering you have Intel graphics which normally work out of the box.
It’s very possible that this is a kernel bug in 3.12. The only way to test that theory is with an iso made using the Arch LTS kernel which is currently on 3.10 branch.
I will see what I can do about spinning one up for you to test, but it most likely won’t be until tomorrow at the earliest.
Yes, indeed. Considering I have been using every kernel up to 3.10 and 3.11 I believe, it would seem to be to be something in 3.12, (since that is something in common in all 3 of the current arch based installs I have tried.) I don’t know if I mentioned, but I used to run arch on the laptop a long time ago and I did have manjaro as well…also some time ago.
If you do make a test version, that would be great, in the meantime I will try to find an older install iso or the lts and see if it loads. As far as BIOS of the laptop, I am on the latest release, so, no help coming there from toshiba.
Thanks again for all your time and help.
Just a little update.
I decided to try the arch iso archlinux-2013.11.01-dual.iso
and having the exact same problem. So, I am going to take a look over there to see if anyone else has found a solution.
If you have any suggestions, please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Do you know what’graphics stack the laptop has?
Intel: [b:2wks6spz]nomodset i915.modeset=0[/b:2wks6spz]
Two other parameters that have worked in the past are [b:2wks6spz]video=SVIDEO-1:d[/b:2wks6spz] and [b:2wks6spz]acpi=off[/b:2wks6spz] (used seperately)
Try the full command which just adds “.target” to the end. So it would look like this: “[b:2wks6spz]systemd.unit=multi-user.target[/b:2wks6spz]” or “[b:2wks6spz]systemd.unit=emergency.target[/b:2wks6spz]”
Yes, it is the i3 builtin intel mobile hd 3000
I did try the i915.modset=0 before, but, will try again. I will also try the svideo, acpi off and the other .target and will update
I am sad to note, nothing I have tried has gotten me into terminal or to a normal loading into the live environment.
I am not sure what other information you need, but, let me know, I am happy to give it a try. I know the live environment works on other computers (as the op also noted) and i am excited to have it work on this laptop, but maybe it is something deeper.
I think you are using the same kernel etc as opensuse 13.1, right? that installed and worked fine when I tried it last week.
Anyway, let me know and thanks for your time.
Hello lots.0.logs…thank you very much for the reply. I will work on this now. I seem to be having problems accessing the site, sometimes it loads others it does not…but…i will post back asap.
Ok, bad news. I am simply unable to get to a terminal log in with a-d
I am adding your suggested systemd.unit=xxx at the end of the boot options line
is that correct?
when i press enter, i start to press ctrl alt f2, I get a loading kernel dialog and then just the flashing cursor. I am not able to get any terminals f2-f8.
There is no quiet command in the boot options line. I have attached a snapshot of the boot screen.
I will give it another try while I wait for your response.
Thank you for your time.
oh, by the way, I also have a samsung ativ 8 (totally different specs) but the pen drive and live version work fine.
Hello, I would like to report a similar situation. I am not looking to hijack, so, if “you” believe this is not similar, just let me know and I will start a new topic.
I have a couple year old
Toshiba Portege R835-sp3133
mobile intel HM65 chipset
Intel HD Graphics Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0
It came with windows 7, but, I have been running various linux dist. since new and just removed Opensuse 13.1 to install Antergos
I heard about this project on LAS (linux action show on jupiterbroadcasting) decided it was right for me.
antergos-2013.11.17-i686.iso via torrent and verified file from within transmission
edit( just wanted to add i did check the md5 as well
then dd it to a usb drive.
Similar to the op, Upon boot, I get the Options Start screen, choose the live session and get a black screen with a blinking |
I also tried many options, including your last suggestion of
added to the end of the kernel command boot line
there was no difference.
Just in case it was a usb issue, I dd’ed to another usb drive with same results.
I have to say that one time after waiting for a few minutes I pressed some keys and got an output of invalid kernel parameter or something like that, but, I have not been able to reproduce that screen.
It might be of interest, I had the same problem trying to install manjaro 8.8 rc3
Please let me know if you need any other info or suggestions. Thanks
*edit. I also wanted to add, I tried the suggestions from this thread as well, with no sucess
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