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Probably your virtual machine is suffering some kind of memory ballooning operation ordered from the virtualization platform. You can try to confirm this by looking for a related module with lsmod (the name changes from one virtualization platform to another, but it should be pretty distinctive). When memory ballooning is enabled, a virtualization Host can ...
The way I found to solve it was by creating a separate partition to boot. then all the installation worked just find. In the grub installation all I did was. mount the boot partition in the directory boot. (that I previously create in /) so mount /dev/sda2 (/) in /mnt and the mount /dev/sda3 (/boot) in /mnt/boot pacstrap /mnt grub-bios genfstab -U -p ...
If you are in arch-chroot mode you should run grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg other than grub-mkconfig -o /mnt/boot/grub/grub.cfg Because: When you are installing arch linux for the first time, you mount your file system in /mnt and install base system from outside. Once you're done with base packages, you can arch-chroot inside /mnt and all the ...
I went ahead and downloaded the image. The VMWare image in question is pre-configured to use 2GB of RAM.
Run: $ dmesg |grep -i hypervisor Hypervisor detected: KVM
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