On Jun 12, 2017 12:48 AM, "Erich Eckner" email@example.com wrote:
Okay, now I have something to start at. I'll try to change the build process on the current machine as close to the one on the old one. This should be done within the next few days.
Sweet, thanks. I got your IRC message (though I was afk when you sent it), and I tested the archlinux-2017.06.12-i686.iso image, which also segfaults when starting up. Let me know if testing this on actual physical hardware would be helpful for your debugging process.
You're already using the new mirror, aren't you? In that case, you need to install archlinux32-keyring first on the installation medium (!).
Ah, I had thought archlinux-keyring would have been enough. It works after installing the archlinux32-keyring, but it seems to need to be installed manually via pacman -U. Pacman thinks that the package is corrupt unless the package is installed, bit of a catch-22.
Here's a video documenting the my install process (using the archlinux-2017.05.01-i686.iso image): https://youtu.be/LEPKi9vGKK8