Good morning everyone.
I write to ask for help regarding the configuration of the touch screen of my Lenovo IdeaPad.
In a video on YouTube I saw that Arch Linux (and, as a result, I think it also does Antergos) supports the presence of palm on the screen while writing with Xournal + +, but I could not find anywhere an article where it explains how to configure this function.
I would therefore ask: Is there any way to activate it or is it an automatic function present only if the touch screen supports it?
@7314776 Ok, I tried again to install the Antergos live by turning off the antivirus running on Windows and, in this way, the image seems to have copied correctly, since the error I mentioned before is no longer present.
Currently, however, I am faced with another problem: although the live boot is correctly started by the bootloader, the PC remains blocked at an infinite load, without actually starting the OS and without showing errors, as in the image below:
I write here to ask for help in solving a problem encountered when starting Antergos Live 19.2 on my Lenovo IdeaPad.
I wrote the ISO image on a USB device and then put the latter in the laptop to start it.
Once the item “Start Antergos Live” was selected, the following error message was presented to me:
mount: /new-root: special device root-image does not exist. ERROR: Failed to mount the real root device. Bailing out, you are on your own. Good luck.
I would like to point out that both the ISO image and the USB stick work smoothly on a virtual machine, both in legacy mode and in UEFI mode.
Would anyone have any suggestions for solving this problem?