I am getting a strange error while booting from a USB. I was able to boot from it a couple of hours back. I installed EOS on my disk, and everything was fine. Then I made some partition changes on my HDD. I do not know what it could have to do with booting from USB, but after that EOS does not boot from the USB anymore. While mounting a certain filesystem, it fails. Manjaro, Ubuntu, all are booting from USB.
I will attach a screenshot showing the error.
Are you sure you made the changes on your HDD alone? Maybe you somehow messed up the USB drive. If it doesn’t load, the first thing I would do, is to simply write the image to the USB again.
sudo dd bs=4M if=/path/to/endeavouros-x86_64.iso of=/dev/sdX status=progress && sync
My USB disk is read-only.
But still I wanted to be sure. I installed Easy2Boot on another USB and copied Manjaro, EOS, and Ubuntu ISOs. Only EOS did not boot. The other two had no problem.
Try as @I0F suggest creating a live usb using dd with eos on it only.
and… it needs secure boot to be disabled