I just installed the latest release of Endeavor OS on my Dell laptop tri booted with Windows10 and Manjaro. On manjaro I installed Refind which takes care of managing the startup of the systems. I installed EOS choosing Grub to manage the boot. when I start the pc, from Refind I choose EOS but I can’t start the system:
Entering emergency mode. Exit the shell to continue.
Type "journalctl" to viewsystem logs.
You might want to save "/run/initramfs/rdsosreport.txt" to a usb stick or /boot
after mounting then and attach it to a bug report.
Give root password for maintenance
(or press Control-D to continue): _
I type the password or press CTRL D but nothing happens, as if the keyboard is not working. Instead if I go to Grub, which sees EOS and Windows but doesn’t see Manjaro, I can boot the system without problems.
Thanks for your help.
The part of the output you posted is below the part with the error.
It is hard to say what the issue is without seeing the error.
That being said, it is most likely an issue with your refind config. It would be interesting to see what refind is attempting to do.
How do I attach a boot screen image?
If there is no way to copy the text, you can always take a picture.
How do i attach a picture?
You can copy paste a picture in or click the upload button.
The start of the boot is ok, the problem is there I think.
Can we see the output of
lsblk -lo name,type,fstype,size,mountpoint,uuid ?
Can we also see a picture of what you are trying to boot in refind? You should be able to display that on the screen via the refind menus.
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo name
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo type
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo fstype
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo size
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo mountpoint
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo uuid
Ahh…can you do it all in one command just like I have it above? Doing it separately makes it a bit hard to read.
[eduardolp3@eduardolp3-endeavour ~]$ lsblk -lo name,type,fstype,size,mountpoint,uuid
NAME TYPE FSTYPE SIZE MOUNTPOINT UUID
sda disk 238,5G
sda1 part vfat 100M 8415-4124
sda2 part 16M
sda3 part ntfs 58,9G FA3A68C23A687D8F
sda4 part ntfs 521M 5C4A12DA4A12B12E
sda5 part vfat 512M /boot/efi 68FA-B275
sda6 part ext4 29,5G / 1b37f0e7-6c7a-4843-8d45-ca9e4e587918
sda7 part ext4 143,9G c273adf6-0ca3-4f93-9182-ebbda225d5c0
sda8 part swap 4G 9a45379a-2969-433d-adb1-e7ec0dc5fd11
sda9 part ntfs 1,1G 30BAFF28BAFEE8EC
sr0 rom 1024M
That isn’t exactly what I needed but before we go there, open up
refind.conf and ensure that you have
linux-hardened,linux-zen,linux-lts,linux in the list of options for
Try telling me what you want again.
Can you check the above first?
There is no linux-hardened,linux-zen
You need to uncomment that line by removing the
# from in front of it.
Perfect, thank you very much!
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