During the disk selection, I selected the option that erases the disk. I was not given an option to install wihch bootloader to use (like what’s done in the Architect edition).
I know there’s no issue with the laptop and/or disk since I installed Manjaro Deepin a few hours ago. And I just installed Deepin 15.9 (the original). In both Deepin install, the laptop booted fine.
Is this an issue with the installer?
- erase the disk and then installed Manjaro Deepin and it booted fine.
- erase the disk and then Installed Manjaro Gnome and it won’t boot.
- erase the disk and then Installed Deepin 15.9 and it booted fine