Systemd boot entries deleted

I have one partition with EOS KDE and one with EOS i3
installing the last one I’ve formatted the EFI partition and now the only entries in the menu are the ones from EOS i3, I can not boot in EOS KDE since is not listed anymore in the menu.
I thought that the installer will detect and create the entries for the other OS in the boot menu, but seems that it’s not the case :slight_smile:

how could I create the entries in the boot menu for EOS KDE? or it’s faster to reinstall it without formatting the EFI partition this time?

The wonderful thing about systemd-boot is that each OS can manage their own entries and they are shared. If you didn’t format the ESP, it would have “just worked”

arch-chroot in and run reinstall-kernels. Make sure your EFI partition is mounted.

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Is it grub?
If yes uncomment from /etc/default/grub


save it and

grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
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do you mean?

arch-chroot /boot/efi

thanks :slight_smile:

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If you are in your other install you can mount your other root partition on /mnt and then mount your efi partition on /mnt/efi. Then sudo arch-chroot /mnt

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