Okay so I had rebuilt my system from intel to amd. I had both ucodes. I removed intel, now while amd-ucode.img is in my boot folder grub doesn’t detect it when i run mkconfig. A guy on the telegram group had me run this:
Sounds similar to your problem with LVM, so, let me ask you a pertinent question:
Is this a fresh install on AMD or did you just move your HD to this computer from your Intel unit? The reason I asked is because I did something similar moving from AMD to Intel. I could still boot into the old system but I found too many leftovers including references to BIOS and equipment that is not on the new computer. If that is the case, I hope you have a good backup of your Home so you can make a fresh install. That would solve all of your problems.
Basically I rebuilt from an Intel system to an amd system and through my existing lvm2 system in there. This is preferable to me as I have things like antergos themes I can no longer get, but, mainly because I have a complex lvm2 system without luks and given calamares problems manually partitioning an install, I am loathe to try it. I have a seperate home, data, and, var partitions that all have to be carried over. In cnchi this was never a problem, but, I have seen many people complaining about partitioning issues at install.
that is after uninstalling ucode clearing the cache and then reinstalling with -Sy. Afterwards running the mkconfig command. I used both -Rns and Rdd to remove it, -Sc to clear the cache, -Syyu, and finally -Sy to reinstall, mkconfig. that is exactly what I did for grub. I also tried adding the line
to my /etc/default/grub and regenerating.
You do not need internet to clean up a partition and you do not need to ruin the rest of your HD, just erase the partitions containing UEFI and EOS, reformat them individually, don’t forget to change the flags for UEFI to boot/esp, then reinstall while doing the manual recognition of your Home etc.
That is too easy. I want to fix what I have not nuke it. I pride myself on not reinstalling everytime something comes up, but, figuring it out and sometimes asking advice. If no one has better advice by the 15th I will reinstall, but, I can’t back up 4 TB and I there are things I can no longer download like antergos’ Numix themes I don’t want to use. This is the first problem I have had. There is nothing in uefi about the old system, and, I havn’t seen any evidence of other hangers on you describe.
I removed the variable and tried i both ways already, but, here it is again.
[lazarus@Minerva boot]$ sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
Generating grub configuration file …
Found theme: /boot/grub/themes/EndeavourOS/theme.txt
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-linux
Found initrd image: /boot/initramfs-linux.img
Found fallback initramfs image: /boot/initramfs-linux-fallback.img
Found linux image: /boot/vmlinuz-linux-lts
Found initrd image: /boot/initramfs-linux-lts.img
Found fallback initramfs image: /boot/initramfs-linux-lts-fallback.img
Found Windows Boot Manager on /dev/sdb1@/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi
theme’s are in /usr which gets wiped. I am not going to format my esp as I have windows that I sometimes use to download a linux iso in an emergency or root my phone. I don’t understand what other partition you could mean by uefi uefi is uefi bios not on a partition but the motherboard.