As far as i know it is only possible to choose a different Partition for Grub, but inside cnchi not different options to do with grub installation, you need to do this by hand…
here you can uncheck installing grub or choose a device, but not a Partition…
As i think if cnchi do not install a bootloader then you can do this by hand, as discribed here:
and you are managing your “white screen” problem?
After pressing “e”
Go down till you are in the line with “rw quiet” put a “1” here will boot you into rescue mode, with “Strg+X” or "F10"
After booting you need to put in your root password, now you can access the system.
for wired internet you may need to start with dhcpcd
The command “lspci | grep VGA” give you information about your graphic card give this to us and we can help on installing the right driver for your card…
We have some problems with LightDM / LightLocker running under Gnome-Shell.
With GDM all is working right out of the box.
But with a new installed Antergos and LightDM session locking with Keystroke [SUPER+l] does not work, seems to be a problem on LightDM caused by Gnome-Shell do not give a response to it, or the wrong one…
I read that if GDM is not running Gnome-Shell give the response to gnome-screensaver…
LightLocker is build out of gnome-screensaver but seem to be outdated or failed in the combination.
We need a working solution for Gnome-Shell standard installation without replacing LightDM with GDM by hand.
For me in a way put a light-locker starter inside /etc/lightdm/Xsession like this:
/usr/bin/light-locker & echo "X session wrapper complete, running session [email protected]" exec [email protected]
locking the session works with [SUPER+l] keystroke… but not all the time… i can not reproduce when or when not… but mostly it locks the session and i have to put password to relogin the session…
by the way:
“light-locker is a simple locker (forked from gnome-screensaver) that aims to have simple, sane, secure defaults and be well integrated with the desktop while not carrying any desktop-specific dependencies.
It relies on lightdm for locking and unlocking your session via ConsoleKit/UPower or logind/systemd.”
and lightLocker: Last updated over 2 years ago.
So i changed my mind… If we talk about using Gnome-Shell this problem is caused by lightdm.
Gnome-Shell do not give a usable info, that make light-locker able to lock session…
So we need to make light-locker able to get the info to lock, or (like i do for now) use gnome-screensaver to lock the session (What is a bit zombi-a-like) Or as @postadelmaga do using GDM…
I would like that session locking is not depending on the DM or completly depending on the dm… but it needs to be secure and clean!!!
lots0logs commented on 23 Apr 2015:
I was able to get it to work by launching it from lightdm's xsession wrapper script just before gnome is launched: /etc/lightdm/Xsession .... /usr/bin/light-locker & echo "X session wrapper complete, running session [email protected]" exec [email protected]