Running Architect on my notebook crashes early on in the install process.
My failing procedure:
- Used Etcher to burn one USB drive with the rEFInd USB boot image
- Used Etcher to burn another USB drive with Manjaro Architect ISO 17.04
- Plug both into my notebook, power on, hit F7 to enter BIOS boot menu, select the rEFInd USB drive
- rEFInd boot menu starts, hit F2 twice to edit command line, and entered:
"misobasedir=manjaro misolabel=MJRO1704 linux=boot\vmlinuz-x86_64 initrd=boot\initramfs-x86_64.img"
- It boots up and I see the Manjaro Architect login/setup prompt.
Sometimes I'm able to login and start the install but more often it crashes/panics/segfaults with Kernel stack dump at the very beginning after login.
One time it got as far as wifi connected to and updating then it crashed before even starting the installation.
For me it is unstable and unusable on this notebook. Since the 17.1-pre2 Xfce ISO works, it looks like Architect needs some updates? I'm guessing some loaded module is crashing. Is there a way to limit what gets loaded? Or how do I debug this?
My notebook's BIOS does not support Linux/Grub booting so I have always used the rEFInd boot loader successfully with various distro's including Manjaro. Note: here that it works fine for installing via the 17.1-pre2 ISO: