# prompt, try running
bootctl install again. Then run
For the record, what that means is that
/dev/disk/by-partuuid/5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101 is a link to
/dev/nvme0n1p1 is your EFI partition. Since your EFI entries point to
5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101 which is your EFI partition, that means that part is correct.
I hope I did this right:
Firmware: UEFI 2.70 (American Megatrends 5.17)
Secure Boot: disabled
Setup Mode: user
TPM2 Support: yes
Boot into FW: supported
Current Boot Loader:
Product: systemd-boot 249.3-1-arch
Features: ✓ Boot counting
✓ Menu timeout control
✓ One-shot menu timeout control
✓ Default entry control
✓ One-shot entry control
✓ Support for XBOOTLDR partition
✓ Support for passing random seed to OS
✓ Boot loader sets ESP information
WARNING: The boot loader reports a different ESP UUID than detected!
Passed to OS: no
System Token: set
Available Boot Loaders on ESP:
ESP: /efi (/dev/disk/by-partuuid/5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101)
File: └─/EFI/systemd/systemd-bootx64.efi (systemd-boot 249.4-1-arch)
File: └─/EFI/BOOT/bootx64.efi (systemd-boot 249.4-1-arch)
Boot Loaders Listed in EFI Variables:
Title: Linux Boot Manager
Status: active, boot-order
Title: EndeavourOS ID: 0x0000 Status: active, boot-order Partition: /dev/disk/by-partuuid/5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101 File: └─/EFI/EndeavourOS/grubx64.efi
Boot Loader Entries:
$BOOT: /efi (/dev/disk/by-partuuid/5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101)
Default Boot Loader Entry:
title: EndeavourOS (5.14.5-arch1-1)
options: root=UUID=05d0b3ad-6cb8-4897-96cf-5138d83a87c3 rw rootflags=subvol=@ quiet resume=UUID=3d878d1e-73ca-4e63-8c16-d187f291cb5d loglevel=3 nowatchdog
ls -l /dev/disk/by-partuuid/31323032-3830-4632-b232-303331313431 show?
Also, what does
efibootmgr -v show now?
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 10 Sep 18 19:15 /dev/disk/by-partuuid/31323032-3830-4632-b232-303331313431 → …/…/sda2
Timeout: 0 seconds
Boot0000* EndeavourOS HD(1,GPT,5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101,0x1000,0x100000)/File(\EFI\EndeavourOS\grubx64.efi)
Boot0001* Linux Boot Manager HD(1,GPT,5556cfb4-b620-6a48-84af-d99551c45101,0x1000,0x100000)/File(\EFI\systemd\systemd-bootx64.efi)
Boot0002* UEFI: USB, Partition 2 PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x14,0x0)/USB(19,0)/HD(2,GPT,31323032-3830-4632-b232-303331313431,0x3a80bc,0x31000)…BO
OK, so the warning you are getting in bootctl is caused by the fact that you are booted off the ISO so that is fine.
That all looks fine.
GRUB rescue again. This is getting really confusing…
Can you share a picture of your BIOS boot order screen?
Go down to UEFI Hard Disk Drive BBS Priorities, go into that sub menu, and select Linux Boot Manager.
You’ve got to be kidding me. That was all I had to do??! I can’t… Thank you so much. So, will this method work if I were to reinstall EOS?
For the record, this:
Means you are explicitly booting grub.
Alright, I am going to do a fresh reinstall to remove any problems I had left behind by doing this, as I have done something in gparted.
You shouldn’t need to do that
Well, I am on a fresh install anyway, so why not?
Using reinstall as a catch all for issues is a bad habit vs learning to fix them
As a side note, I have no idea why your bios/firmware is ignoring the boot order set by
Manufacturers like to do weird things in bios lol
My gigabyte board does some real wonky things at times so I avoid touching the bios
By the way, thanks for all the help. Who knew changing a bootloader was so far, but so close all along?