I deleted the efi partition as it had junk in it. Created another one,
used the command:
sudo grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot/efi --bootloader-id=EndeavourOS
Then changed the uuid in fstab
Is there anything else I need to do? As in arch, that used to be sufficient.
That should do it, basically.
However in EnOS, only
grub-install should be sufficient as it uses some, by default “values” for --efi-directory= and --bootloader-id=
Check the link below and scroll down to the UEFI part:
Just curious, where do they set the default path for efi?
As in arch systems you have to specify esp. Is there any config file to do that?
I may be mistaken but I guess /boot/efi is what grub-install uses by default and that is the path used by EnOS.
In case the user chooses to mount ESP on other locations, like /efi or /boot, then it would need to be specified.
Arch won’t make that choice on behalf of the users so --efi-directory needs to be specified.
Currently, I don’t have an EnOS installed to check things up though
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We don’t do anything special with grub. The only thing we do is configure
/etc/default/grub during the initial installation. Once grub is installed the first time, you usually don’t have to specify
--efi-directory when you call
There is no config file for the ESP mountpoint.
Grub should be the same on EOS as it is on Arch.
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