First timer with Manjaro Linux and installing a full KDE stable system from a USB stick. Using the graphical installer and the live system boots fine, I got wifi and typing this from Firefox in the live system. However, when trying to install with Pahvo 21.1.4 I get this weird error before the very end of installation:
Boost.Python error in job "networkcfg"
I’d like to provide a screenshot of the full error message but apparently I can’t embed media items or links in my posts!!?
I found one other post here (#84312) about the same error but no solution. Apart from this error the live system works just fine and I’m loving the Manjaro experience so far. Can anybody help?
This is just asenine though. This installer should’ve been tested multiple times on multiple computers before being shipped out on a public ISO. Now I’m stuck with an unbootable PC cause someone just lazily shipped this broken. Whoever did it should be kicked off the team immediately.
This would be a class action lawsuit if this happened on Windows or Mac. Please Manjaro devs, try harder. Manjaro is a major player in the Linux world, newcomers use your distro as a first impression of Linux, so far this isn’t a good first impression.
I have the same error as reported above, but workaround does not work for me, unfortunately. I tried first just disconnecting from wifi network, than plane mode, than disabled wifi - the Boost.Python... error keeps popping up anyway.
Looking forward to your fix, good people, my wife waits for her new laptop
EDIT: After typing that, I realized that I should probably restart the live session without enabling the wifi even once - this way it worked.
Thank you all!