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Providing detailed information is great when asking for help.
just installed Dolphin and saw what’s in my Devices section.
Seems that this section contains only partition labels from all disks.
You may want to check the labels of your system with this command:
Also the blkid command shows them.
And it probably is so that encryption provides some more labels there. However I cannot confirm that since I don’t have an encrypted system here.
Probably @joekamprad can check it, AFAIK he has encrypted system(s) available.
BTW, Finnish language is great and easy to read, no need to apologize! :)
Like @BlaiseD mentioned, Antergos does not have version numbers because of the rolling nature. This is just like Arch is doing. All software is basically always the latest available, although sometimes minor exceptions happen despite of this general idea.
On the other hand, e.g. Manjaro has version numbers. But Manjaro is not a rolling release AFAIK, but a semi-rolling release, and then it makes more sense to have version numbers.
Just wondering why do you ask, do you need version info for something?
It is a forum safety measure helping to prevent new users from causing trouble to the forum.
As far as I know, after couple of “likes” from other people you can post much more freely.
But as @robgriff444 suggested, you could use a service like pastebin (or install package pastebinit for it) and show the returned URL here.
I’m assuming you are using Virtualbox.
Have you installed these packages into the virtual machine:
Have you also installed the Virtualbox Extension Pack to the host machine (Ubuntu)? That helps with some device stuff, so it is very much recommended.
And are you using Ubuntu’s rather old version of Virtualbox or have you installed the latest Virtualbox into Ubuntu?
Welcome to the Antergos world! :)
You’ll find people are friendly here, so don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions about or problems with Antergos.
Antergos wiki and forums are good places to search info when needed.
Also Arch wiki provides excellent information that almost always is directly usable with Antergos.