You can find all Cinamon related topics here : https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/cinnamon
Read twice the 3 first points as it explains how to install and configure Cinnamon. Don’t attempt any changes before you read the main points of the article.
GNOME or Cinnamon are desktop environments. You don’t have to reinstall the whole system to switch form one to another. You can have more than one installed on your machine. You’ll just have to chose which one you want to use.
Don’t hesitate to post if you have further questions.
I reinstalled Antergos with only the “Linux drive” connected to the PC. I used the default partition scheme proposed by the first option in the installer and now it works. I reconnected the W10 drive and still working. Unfortunately, I didn’t figure out what was wrong.
Thank you for replies guys.
Hello all, it’s my first post on this forum.
I went into an issue. My Antergos installation doesn’t boot from the hdd it’s installed on.
I wanted to install Antergos as my work/dev os. I did everything as usually. Booted live cd, followed installation process and it all seemed to end up properly. After the post installation reboot, Antergos didn’t boot. I changed the hdd boot priority in the bios and it didn’t help. GRUB doesn’t start. It is like it wasn’t installed. I tried to reinstall/reconfigure it through a chroot guide i found on Arch forum but it didn’t help.
I already had Antergos installed and running on this pc with no issues. The only thing that changed is that I switched from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. The installer of Windows 10 asked my to convert my windows HDD to GPT.
I have 2 physical HDD -> 1TB for windows and 120GB for antergos
In live CD installer I partition like this :
sdb linux hdd 120gb
sdb/sdb1 swap 4gb
sdb/sdb2 / mount point 116gb
sdc w10 hdd 1tb
sdc/sdc1 w10 recovery 450mb
sdc/sdc2 w10 os rest space (900+gb)
GRUB location hdd : sdb (linux hdd)
In the BIOS, HDD boot order :
- linux hdd
- w10 hdd
I really can’t figure out why grub isn’t launched. Windows boots instead.