Hello all! I’ve been lurking here for a while, after having installed Manjaro on most of my computers. I normally prefer Arch… but the nice, clean, minimal look and fast installs of Manjaro brought me here.
Anyway, I have some issue to report with the Architect installer. I keep running into a “255”-error when trying to install Desktop packages, stating “/mnt too full” - even though it is not. This happens with both systemd/openrc, and LXDE or LXQt.
This seems to be a pacstrap bug, and it’s reported here:
Someone claims disabling DiskSpace-check in /etc/pacman.conf to be a workaround. I tried this by using the “chroot into install” -option in the installer and editing pacman.conf, but it seems to mess up (halt) the install-process. (Maybe because I typed “exit” when leaving the terminal, which also made me exit the Setup.) Does anyone know another way to fix this?
Computer is an Acer Aspire One 522 netbook, 1 GB ram. Makes no difference how I partition, manually or automatically. Bios and partitioning is non-UEFI.