Multiboot Endeavour with another Endeavour install

Hi! So I currently have a dual-boot setup with Windows 10 and Endeavour Gnome and have had 0 problems with it, been using Endeavour since last year.
Lately I wanted to install Endeavour KDE on another partition for experimenting KDE 5.23 with other WMs and such, so I installed that today on another partition and unsurprisingly, my boot manager and GRUB both only showed one entry for Endeavour, I’d like to know how I could fix this.

Currently what I’ve tried is to use os-prober for it, but it unfortunately didn’t work, so then what I tried to do was what I had done when adding Windows to GRUB for the first time
sudo vim /etc/default/grub (add GRUB_DISABLE_OS_PROBER=false (didn’t do again)
sudo grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg, any suggestions or ideas would be helpful.

Thanks guys!

If you have a look on our Wiki, you will find ONE easy way to implement it - using rEFInd. One of the examples I work through is setting up 8 EndeavourOS entries (1 for each of the DEs they had at the time) without conflicts) so the information WILL cover your use case :grin:


Awesome, I’ll check it out thanks so much!

Quick update: I read the guide and doing
paru/yay -S refind

Just does it, nothing more needed, simple and quick.
Enjoying my KDE + BSPWM desktop now.
Thanks again mate, cheers!