I have a new Lenovo X1 Carbon 10 Gen and I want to install Endeavoros with i3 (previously I was using Manjaro with i3) so I downloaded and installed a new version from 0.
Sometimes when the system is booting, in “Started Accounts service”, the computer freezes/crashes, and can’t move forward, so I have to reboot. When I get into the system, and start google-chrome, it freezes and crashes, and becomes nousable, so I can’t use it.
This Lenovo comes with an Intel IrisX graphics card, and from what I’ve read here, it’s advised not to use the xf86-video-intel driver, but if chrome freezes, I can use the settings writted here. I’ve tried it and the same thing keeps happening, so I’m a bit lost on what it could be.
Has anyone tried to install Endeavoros on a Lenovo X1 Carbon 10 Gen and could you help me? Could someone tell me what it could be?
how did you install these programs…? which packages? using yay and AUR?
the slow boot maybe another problem, difficult to say if all is related. I would try solving one problem after the other. Also your title is confusing. Is EOS installation slow? or did you mean boot time? The way I read it, you mean EOS installation is slow and crashes. Please clarify a bit, I can then change the title for you to attract the right users to help solve the problem.
I always use yay to install the programs with AURs repositories.
When I say slow, I mean the boot time, and the system after a fresh new installation, plus the problem with some apps that crashes, like Chrome, or Visual Studio Code (VSCode is based on electron, probably this will add more clarificaion or can help, I don’t know if it’s related)
Are your running a DE with “proper” compositor/renderer? Or also i3wm with only compositor like picom? I think it’s the main issue at this point based on the other posts on arch forum but could be wrong.
To my understanding xf86-video-intel should not be used on newer hardware if I am not mistaken.