Long Live Antergos
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Hello there (long time no see eh)
This is my first test with the ISO 2016-02-08 x86_64 :
-> Iso was copied on an USB stick with Rufus 2.6 on Windows 7.
-> Hardware : 2010 HP EliteBook 8540p
-> Tested on Wifi 2.4GHZ ans 5GHZ with WPA-PSK [TKIP] + WPA2-PSK [AES] on both.
-> Wifi 2.4GHZ can’t connect if the WPA2 key include capital letters (work fine with lower case)
-> Wifi 5GHZ doen’t work while the hardware support it
-> when cnchi reach 100% in the install process all the system freeze except mouse
-> cnchi start its update itself when connected
-> cnchi version after update is 0.12.47 (not sure if it’s the last one)
-> cnchi when lookup everything is good state “cnchi is up to date” while the logo stay red like it isn’t
options used :
-> language : french // location : france // time zone : Europe - Paris // keyboard : fench (alternative)
-> other : firefox // firewall // Steam + POL // bleutooh // print support // SMB // Libreoffice
Thats all I can say at the moment I will do other tests soon to have more details on the same hardware and an other one. The Wifi problem is quite annoying and might be caused by a miss configuration of the network manager.
I don’t know what to do their all the result with your error seem to come from UEFI not supported by nvidia and and CSM to be used (auto or enabled).
I think you can try using the lts kernel and lts nvidia driver branch to see if something changes. linux-lts and nvidia-lts
If nothing change I am not skiloled enough to see further than this.
Did I wrote in french ? yesterday yes … yes I did sorry I was tired, I need more sleep (also wrote a mail to a friend in english >< ) Sorry for that.
I did some search again something this time with UEFI.
Did you set up your mobo to “fast boot : Off”, “CSM : AUTO” and “Secure Boot : Other OS” ? better be sure, as far as I can see Nvidia drivers still not support UEFI (or not fully).
And could you do a fresh install of Antergos after that to be sure ?
For the line
nvidia: module license 'NVIDIA' taints kernel.its not a problem that mean you are running a non GPL module with the Kernel here Nvidia module that are indeed not GPL.
Hello the problem has already been solved : https://forum.antergos.com/topic/3448/dcadec-update-issue
Please use the search function next time.
Après une petite recherche de cette erreur il se pourrai que ce soit lié à une mauvais installation de X.org (j’ai trouvé un vieux sujet sur le forum Archlinux datant de 2007)
pacman -Sy xorg-serverand after try agains
pacman -Sy nvidia nvidia-utils nvidia-libgl opencl-nvidiaand in case of “something” and free some disk space
pacman -Rs xf86-video-nouveausome
sudo nvidia-xconfigto be sure X.org got the good conf for your card an drivers then reboot your system.