I got a new error message:
cnchi.log below , I think the bootloader has not been installed properly:
I have come further than before… shall I repeat the installation process? Can I install/amend the bootloader only?
I can assure you I let cnchi automatically partition the 2TB disk.
Now trying again choosing the manual partitioning in cnchi and got the following output:
For now cnchi is at least fetching packages.
And I will create a Swap file as soon as the installer stops.
At which point does the installer stall?
getting disk(s) ready after one minute:
sudo fdisk -l
Also, the logs at /var/log/cnchi/cnchi.log is helpful.
One note still: the size of your home partition may be too large for some file systems, you might want to try smaller, e.g. 2TB.
This time I have used just the 2 TB disk for everything and let the installer cancel the disk and create the partitions.
I really hope someone is able to see what’s wrong.
I did not choose lembrame this time, but I doubt it was the cause.
Thank you again!
I am new to Antergos and to this community. After successfully installing antergos from the live media on my laptop (it was easy being bios+intel+intel onboard graphics+1hdd), I wanted to use the same media on a PC , but I am unable to complete the installation process.
This machine (UEFI+AMD with Radeon PCI graphics +2TB sata HDD+3TB SATA HDD) is giving me problems.
I got the dowloading error sorted out as suggested here:
But I am still unable to complete the installation.
I thought the issue can be with the manual partitioning.
What I have tried was:
- 300 MB UEFI partition (FAT32)
- roughly 1,8 TB Root partition
- 8GB swap partition
- 3TB home partition.
Is it possible?
I would like to use the disks, also with LVM if better and I am open to other suggestions.
Thank you in advance,