Hello, I have two NVME ssds, one is 128Gb and the other is 1Tb. On my last Linux install I had the 1Tb drive set to /home and then / and /boot on the smaller drive. That is what I am also trying to do with my new endeavour install. I get no errors, but when I restart the machine it asks for me to insert bootable media like it isn’t reading the bootloader I am downloading to my /boot partition. I am using the newest ISO and I am on a system that supports UEFI. If anyone can help that would be fantastic. I attached pictures to this post below.
Your efi partition should be mounted at
Also, make sure you are booting the media in uefi mode.
In the installer there isn’t an option for /boot/efi?
You probably booted the ISO in legacy mode.
When you choose which device to boot off of pick the one that has efi or uefi beside it.
Oh shoot that looks a lot different, thank you and I will try again real quick!
Thank you so much! It worked the first time and I thought I just kept messing up, not thinking about launching from the UEFI since my computer just booted it into legacy mode.