Today I installed Garuda-Linux Gnome-Lite Edition again, in the hope that the error would be fixed, unfortunately it is not the case.
After I installed Garuda-Linux Gnome-Lite Edition, Garuda got stuck after the restart, it boots up, then a black screen appears and "Starting version 246.6-1-arch" appears in the top left and nothing happens
PC does not start.
I have no problems with EnOS, neither with Gnome nor with KDE, everything works.
I wrote which ISO I am using, furthermore, how should I post a terminal output here if I do not have access to Garuda, since the system gets stuck with "Starting version 246.6-1-arch" after it has booted? I waited almost ten minutes, but nothing happened.
If almost all Garuda editions, the Lite and the Ultimate versions, work, but the Gnome Lite and the Gnome Barebones do not, then it is definitely due to the Gnome Lite and the Gnome Barebones ISO`s.
All over again, the installation process went smoothly.
After the installation, the PC restarted, it started up, the black screen with the white eagle head appears, a circle circled underneath, after the white eagle head and the circle disappeared, "Starting version 246.6-1- appeared on the black screen in the upper left corner. arch "I waited almost ten minutes, but nothing happened.
Perhaps you missed the big bold warnings on the KDE minimal dowload page:
Advanced Users Only
Garuda Linux Minimal
Garuda Linux Minimal
Garuda Linux Minimal is made for users who do not want extra software and functionalities and complains about bloat. It contains only the bare minimum of packages needed to get going. (you are on your own, we dont provide any support for minimal edition.)
Obviously you are not an advanced user, so you had no business installing the KDE Minimal version in the first place. It states up front there is no support for that version simply because it is expected you know what you are doing (or don't install it). It states there is no support for that version right where you download it from, yet you have the audacity top complain when you get no support.
I can see we are going to have to put an acceptance notice where you agree to the fact you will not receive support on the minimal edition before you can proceed to download it because of people like you.
Garuda does not even accept any financial donations at this point, so I don't see what you have to complain about. You can't even complain that you're not going to contribute to the project anymore, because you never contributed anything at all in the first place.
Everyone working on this project does so strictly as a labor of love, because we believe in the free software movement. People such as yourself who contribute nothing yet expect immediate personal attention to their every whim is what sours people on volunteering their time to provide free alternatives to paid software.
You need to take a good look in the mirror @anon52020173, because if you're so Godlike you should be able to sort your own issues out.
Nuff said, don't let the door slap you in your backside on the way out.