after updating all mirrors and choosing installer preferences it starts to download and after creating root it gets stuck at 13 percent and times out with an installation failed pop up. 4 times now this has happend. what am i doing wrong? ive installed EOS successfully in the past and do not see how these newer installation attempts were any different. any ideas?
If you are doing an online install, one possible reason could be not having enough RAM.
You could also post your install log. I think you will find it under liveuser home directory.
i found the install log file but do not know how to upload it as it doesn’t show the file when i go into upload on forum reply
cat ~/endeavour-install.log | eos-sendlog
and post the URL that it outputs.
03:32:30 : QML Component (default slideshow) Next slide .. Running ("/bin/sh", "-c", "pacman -Sy --noconfirm archlinux-keyring endeavouros-keyring")
This is the last line in the log.
I wonder if there is any issue preventing the keyrings to get installed.
I have also glanced through the rest of the log but I am not seeing any, to me, obvious failure.
Please wait for other users and perhaps one of the devs to have also a look.
anyone have any ideas?
You have checked that ranking mirrors found any mirrors…? What country you are installing from?
it fails to rate all arch mirrors for some reason… united states
looks like some network issue. in case try to set firewall off
sudo systemctl stop firewalld i do not think it should be the issue but could work around other issues related to connecting to the internet…
And if you do not have any mirror it will not be able to install. you cold also try creating mirrorlist manually from here:
and manually copy it to /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist before starting installer.
how do i go about manually putting mirrors in?
manually copy it to
/etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist before starting installer.
if you went to the page https://archlinux.org/mirrorlist it will let you choose countries and generate a mirrorlist you can copy and safe as
/etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist you can use
sudo xed /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist to edit the list with gui editor…
result will look similar to this… take care to remove the commenting
So it will look like this:
Installer will detect that you changed the mirrorlist and will use this instead of generating one automatically.,