Hi! just updated a computer that hadn’t updated in 2 years or so (sorry, not my fault), hay a few issues with PGP and keyrings, I fixed them and everything went ok and then (obviously) suggested to reboot.
I did so and after the “welcome to grub” message, screen goes black and system reboots… any ideas on how I could fix this?
It would have gotten a new updated grub package. If you are able to log into a tty then you could try installing the new grub package and then run the grub update command. If you can log in to a tty as root and then run
I’ve tried both but same thing happens (probably one doesn’t work so it goes to the next one.
number 1 I guess says manjaro inheriting that name from an old manjaro I installed on this computer before installing Endeavour OS.
I think what @ringo means is sometimes the boot disk entry that i mentioned may change in name. So it could be called endeavouros as an example. This is the boot disk priority that i was talking about. Usually you set the boot devices and then you set the boot priority in UEFI Bios.
Edit: As an example from my UEFI Bios settings screen
Best way is backup importand stuf reinstall fresh…is atleast fastest. Beside grub there probably where also other changed. Removzl of community etc… Does not means is kot fixable… grub-tools is set hooks need to be gone…but efibootmgr is sure importand to overview it as also on the links above to do basicly clean install new iso is better