thanks for testing. Can you confirm that the may iso still booted for you?
Then it must be some "hidden" error on my end: The only thing that changed from may to june was the machine I build the iso on :-/ (and of course, the packages are newer - but still the official ones).
I also uploaded a new iso just to double-check (if 2017.06.01 doesn't boot for you, 2017.06.11 should not boot, too).
On 10.06.2017 20:10, Tyzoid D wrote:
On Sat, Jun 10, 2017 at 12:25 PM, Mr Seth Price email@example.com wrote:
Is EFI enabled in the settings? I had a similar issue on my XPS 8700
till I enabled legacy BIOS. Beats me as to why, though.
No, it was disabled. It will not even boot to the grub interface unless EFI is disabled. The screenshot was taken after selecting 'Boot Arch Linux (i686)' and the startup process failing.
Additionally, the dual media seems to exhibit the same issue as the i686 only media. _______________________________________________ arch-ports mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.archlinux.org/listinfo/arch-ports