arch installation

Alonzo Cuellar mariachiac at
Mon Oct 15 16:32:35 EDT 2012

Yep sure have.
On Oct 15, 2012, at 3:31 PM, mattias <mj at> wrote:

> and you have tryed
> cd /arch
> ,/setup
> Alonzo Cuellar skrev 2012-10-15 22:29:
>> No,
>> My new laptop has the option to boot with UEFI. It looks like it makes everything easier as far as booting is concerned. You can boot with out a boot loader using efistub if i understand correctly. I've not installed arch in ages since I had it on my older laptop. It looks like the installation has changed a bit. It just says root log in and it auto logs the user as root. I'm not sure how to launch the installation procedure since you no longer do /arch/setup.
>> Alonzo
>> On Oct 15, 2012, at 3:19 PM, mattias <mj at> wrote:
>>> efi are for mac only
>>> Alonzo Cuellar skrev 2012-10-15 22:16:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> this message is mainly for chris or for those who have experience installing Arch. When will the next talking arch be released? You've released in July, but I don't see it booting with EFI support.
>>>> When I do
>>>> modprobe efivars
>>>> and look for efivars in
>>>> /sys/firmware
>>>> I do not see it loaded.
>>>> so I'm thinking the release you made in July doesn't support efi. I could be wrong though.
>>>> Also how does one run the new installation?
>>>> Alonzo
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