System froze during DKMS building, missing kernels on boot

sudo pacman -S linux-lts linux-lts-headers

This should get you back up and running easily enough with the LTS kernel. Should you require the latest Linux kernel (currently 5.14), once you’ve logged back into your system you can use EndeavourOS’s own akm software to install the latest Linux kernel, though I would recommend sticking with the LTS kernel (or zen kernel if you prefer), since 5.14 has some regressions/bugs currently for some users. To install the latest Linux kernel using akm make sure you select both core/linux and core/linux-headers, then select “Execute” and you should be good to go.

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