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Condor3274912dNot sure why, but I've always had issues like this with installers when I veered off the "standard path" of installing to disk in a very normal way, letting the installer choose how to install what, where to put it, what are the mount points etc. Perhaps it wouldn't be a bad idea to take the Arch Wiki and do it manually from the command line?
JoshBent2570012d@Condor oh I thought I've mentioned that in my rant, guess it got lost in my endless edits haha.
Yeah, I will absolutely try to do it with the arch wiki next, already have the necessary tabs open, I just would really want to have antergos to antergos chroot, as I've seen some people have awkward bugs with chrooting to "normal" arch from its distros or rather when arch-chroot unmounts.
Condor3274911d@JoshBent hmm, it does have a terminal emulator, no? It's been a while since I've tried Antergos so not sure.. but it'd be weird if it didn't have one. Alternatively it should be possible to use another tty (tty2-6) instead, but I don't really find that very intuitive, given that you'll probably want to keep a web browser open as well (which is possible in tty with tmux and elinks, but.. meh.
Also, if the installer allows you to see the command-line output of whatever it's doing, that should be useful as well to see where things go wrong.
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