Open a new thread, it’s unrelated to the issues being discussed in this one.
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It is UEFI .
You need to change in the BIOS the boot order, from UEFI OS to endeavouros-a_number
It happened here too and I fixed doing that.
Okay is your root /dev/nvme0n1p6? Is /dev/nvme0n1p4 the efi partition?
Edit: Boot on the live ISO
sudo mount /dev/nvme0n1p6 /mnt
sudo mount /dev/nvme0n1p4 /mnt/boot/efi
sudo arch-chroot /mnt
I had the same issue.
For me the solution was to go into my BIOS and select the EndeavourOS-grub as first Boot Entry again.
The instructions on here name
--bootloader-id=EndeavourOS-grub but for me the name was just
That’s why I needed to update the enrty in the BIOS again.
p6 is the root partition and p4 is the boot partition. As I got fro fdisk command.
Okay should work then with my instructions.
I gave up for this nonsense and converted my grub to systemd boot using @dalto quide
It is definitely caused by running
grub-mkconfig after updating grub.
If you don’t generate a new config, it works fine. So in theory, we could diff those files and see that the difference is. I will do that now.
os-prober I reproduced the issue with
os-prober turned off
That user has a familiar name… @bitterhalt
My os-prober is also off.
That’s a different issue, that user was still able to boot into the Arch installation.
I think I found it.
It looks like
fwsetup --is-supported was added to
That line seems to cause the issue.
EDIT: However, that doesn’t really answer anything, does it? Does that imply that we should be running
grub-install after grub updates?
All hail to @dalto. Yet, what off now?
You are right, sorry, will delete my post
Nobody said so.
It’s strictly “to the issue” here, afaict.