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did you try to kill
kill it with the command
but that’s only if you have it.
don’t forget to be as root to do that command.
Also, please bear in mind I am no guru at this.
Only contributing my time to help so if this solution doesn’t help 100 percent, sorry. :(
Also, have you tried a solution here: unable-to-connect-to-wifi-at-college
So I should just ask at this point. I’ve had a look at the video and I"m curious to understand if there might be additional information that I could use to install as a persistant system on the SSD USB.
So for example, taking from the Arch Wiki, would I need to add or configure on the portable system as desribed here on this link from the Arch Wiki
and as here
Those links above are what I used to guide me and hence the above questions.
Hi all. I’d just like to throw this out there and inquire if anyone may have tried to place a persistant system on a SSD as per the Arch Wiki’s procedure. link text
I’ve done pretty much all they’ve described and I’m having quite some trouble with it.
The main question is if anyone else may have tried it as well and if so, have you been successful with it or have you had issues like I"ve experienced where the Arch/Antergos system with it’s own Grub and all on it’s own independant USB won’t boot via the main laptop’s Grub.
What have your experiences been with this? Success or not?
Piece of cake or a walk through a jungle?
Frustrated and given up?
Honestly, I feel like I want to give up.
By the way, I bought this new Sandisk extreme Pro SSD USB. Would love to use it with Antergos on it, but it ain’t work’in. Maybe a different distro might.
htopmight be able to help you stop the process that’s ‘hard freezing’ your laptop.
can also try
bto forcefully reboot.
Having said that, this combination means that you have to have a QWERTY keyboard.
or can try
Ito send the SIGKILL signal to all processes.
It’s a little bit more aggressive.
sysrqit’s the Print Screen button on your laptop.
can also try Ctrl+Alt+Backspace. This last one may or may not work but if it does to help you in the ‘freezing’ problems, then at least it provides some help.