Hello the community ! I need your help..
I wanted to switch from win10 to linux and I wanted to try Manjaro (as it seem to be a good one for programmer !??)... But as I still need some s.hit from win, I will dual-boot from 2 different storage.
The laptop is an MSI GL62m 7Rex i5 gen7 with nVidia GTX 1050Ti and 32gb RAM.
Win10 is installed in legacy mode on an HDD 2.5 sata (the stuff that come with the pc)
And for linux (as it will be my main os) I have a Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M2 1tb (in GPT mode and nothing on it).
So to be honest I directly jump into it, first I checked the Bios, disabled fastBoot, secureBoot, and put UEFI.
Then restart and boot from the usb, setup everything (non-free driver) and boot Manjaro, but the boot process stop and freeze on LTP startup/shutdown... (I tried with the free driver too, same result)
I tried to look for some info, but found only older issue who got solved by installing the last Manjaro 18.1.0 (at that time)..
So first question... If I want dual-boot with that legacy win10, should I install Manjaro in legacy mode aswell?? or UEFI will work too?
And second question, How to bypass that error ??!
Thanks a lot !!
(PS: what size should I gave to the root byTheWay? as a game dev, I use godot, blender, krita, gimp, VScode... as a webDev I need Apache.... And library stuff for some languages !!)