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    Antergos installer says I have no /boot partition.


    When attempting to install Antergos(Arch-based Linux distro) I am told that it cannot install as I have not specified a /boot partition, when I appear to have done just that. I have attached a picture of the problem (sorry for the terrible quality.)

    2014-08-19 19.36.42.jpg

    I'll happily answer any questions about the problem, and thanks in advance for the help.

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    If that's for efi booting then I think it needs to be formatted as FAT32 rather than ext4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    If that's for efi booting then I think it needs to be formatted as FAT32 rather than ext4.
    That appears to have worked. Odd that that wasn't mentioned in any of the installation guides I read when I was trying to fix it myself. Thank you.

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