I did a Antergos installation. First failed, so I tested to install it again and it was successfull! But now I noticed that the partition I made for Home didn’t get mounted at all. So now I have a 40gb partition not used at all by any installation. Should I do ‘cp /home/jkw /media/bleh/blah/blug’ and then just reboot to a Antergos installation and simply do mounting in the installation and then exit?
Took a while, but I found a soluion. Typing this from a freshly installed Antergos.
It was as I suspected, the nouveau (I can never spell it correctly!) driver couldn’t handle my 3x27".
I just had to try it, couldn’t be that simple - voila! Worked like a charm!
this was with antergos minimal. tried antergos gnome iso yesterday… black screen, nothing happens. I think I rebooted like 5 times, same result.
When my computer was new, I installed ArchLinux on it, so it should work. We just need to find the thing that causes the errors!
Tried another mouse, same issue.
I don’t know about the pointer. Are you running it in a VM or real hardware? Do you have a nvidia graphics card? Which one?
- Intel Core i7 4770K
- 16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz
- Asus GeForce GTX970 Strix 4GB
- 256GB Corsair Force LX SSD.
All issues and requests should be done in Github (https://github.com/Antergos/Cnchi)
Will post it there then.
I find it kind of impossible to install Antergos on my computer since the mouse pointer is invisible. It’s probably related to nouveau (spell?).
Were should i post feature-requests for cnchi? Github repository? Would be wonderful to be able to do the install with keyboard only and just using tab to switch from form to form. And “Return” should go to next step. None of them are “working” today.
Stupid forum refuses to upload picture no matter what size or format.
- /dev/sda 256G
- /dev/sda1 ntfs 315M
- /dev/sda2 fat32 105M
- /dev/sda3 ext2 134M (AntergosBoot)
- /dev/sda4 ntfs 107G
- /dev/sda5 ntfs 472M
- /dev/sda6 ntfs 51G
- /dev/sda7 none 90G (This space is free’d for a Antergos installation)
I don’t know how to do the partitioning to not destroy Windows 10.
For some weird reason Windows 8.1 totally ignored /dev/sda3 when it installed and its there since my old Antergos installation.
It was very hard to navigate trough the installation process with #Cnchi since my mouse pointer was invicible for some dumb reason?
And Cnchi needs tab-index support or respond to Return-key to swap to next page.
- /dev/sda 256G