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Everything from arch-chroot /mnt /bin/bash till reboot is all in arch-chroot. So in arch-chroot, bootctl --path=/boot install should work?
  So I did the following for setting up systemd-boot:   # bootctl --path=/mnt/boot install to set it up. # bootctl --path=/boot and # bootctl --path=/dev/sda1 do not work because it keeps giving me the error saying that neither have FAT32 as the filesystem.   Yet as soon as I reboot I get that screen (installation media removed of course).   I'm going to make another fresh VM and have sda1 (ESP) mounted at /boot instead of /mnt/boot and see if that changes...
I see most people going for openbox + tint2 on Arch for the most minimal setup. I tried it when Crunchbang were still being maintained and they were quite nice (albeit that was Debian but basically the same otherwise).
Just remember that systemd-boot only supports EFI/UEFI based systems.
systemd-boot is just gummiboot if that's what you were liking. If we're talking about rEFInd then yes you can make it look absolutely gorgeous.   https://www.reddit.com/r/unixporn/comments/3x7ee2/refind_wanted_to_show_off_my_boot_manager/ https://www.reddit.com/r/unixporn/comments/4dxzln/refind_ambience_minimal_theme_for_the_refind_boot/ https://github.com/EvanPurkhiser/rEFInd-minimal     The advantage this has over systemd-boot is that it can read boot files off...
@akiroz Do you know how to set up systemd-boot as the bootloader? I've been looking everywhere and can't find any sort of guide outside of the arch wiki page which isn't very beginner-friendly.   Steps 1-3 for EFI boot are easy, not sure what to do for copying the kernel and initramfs onto the ESP (EFI system partition).   I ended up skipping the 4th step which was that copy kernel + initramfs to ESP and skipped to 5th step.   # bootctl --path=/dev/sda1...
91 Days Episode 2: Wow, this is fantastic.
DANGANRONPA 3: The End of Kibougamine Gakuen - Zetsubou-hen: Is that Nagi in the OP?
My bad, yeah it's GDDR5. Just checked the AnandTech preview/review. Yup Vega confirmed to have HBM2 which gets raises that 4GB limit on HBM1.
I honestly think that ends up boiling down to the fact that the Fury X, Fury, and Nano all use HBM1 where as the 8GB RX 480 is stuck with 8Gbps GDDR5X and honestly it seems quite unreasonable to expect HBM on a $230 or less GPU. Theoretically for AMD it would also be difficult. IIRC AMD's Fury and Nano cards were maxed out at 4GB HBM1 because 4GB was the maximum they could use per stack. If we had HBM1 on the RX 480 we would get better performance in lower resolutions but...
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