I am trying to install Archlabs on my computer, with a dual boot with Windows 10. But, when Pacman -S tries to install the packages that i selected, it just fails. I really don’t know what to do, so please, somebody help me.
(Ps: I am new here.)
(Ps: Btw, sorry for the bad english.)
Hello, me and some others community members have the same problems, and we find help here:
at post number 13 @natemaia kindlly post a link to the new beta installer, and in post 28 he explain " Ok, qt5-styleplugins no longer exists in the Arch repos so any Qt applications would have caused a fail. This is now fixed and should avoid future cases where packages we add get removed from the repos."
I have installed Openbox with only few packages and the install went well
remember to replace the above labeled partitions with your actual partitions. (Nornally these are /dev/sda1 and /dev/sda2 respectively for SSDs)
Now run archlabs-installer
-once you reach the main menu, skip down to option 4.1 “mount partitions” and follow the instructions to reformat your GRUB and ROOT partitions. Do NOT reformat your partitions using option 2 in the main menu.
-continue on as normal
In my opinion it’s worth a shot; it fixed a similar problem for me.
I did an install on a macmini 4.1 (2010) and it installed! The only problem I had was that installer would not create swapfile.
I have problems on reboot though. Nvidida-340xx-dkms will not build.
Hi today I tried an Archlabs install on an old Dell Latitude 6430 (intel, very compatible except for the bcm43228)
I tried 3 times and got different errors all three times.
First time the installer got time-out errors rather early in the install.
Second time the installer got errors early in chroot.
Third time I didn’t understand the error but there were rectangular signs arround bash that gave installer error.
I humbly wonder it you have a new beta on the way?