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#1 2022-07-04 14:42:17

FrozenArcher
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From: Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China.
Registered: 2022-03-31
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[SOLVED] Arch's option not in systemd-boot menu

Laptop: ASUS tx3, secure boot disabled, no other settings changed.
bootloader: systemd-boot

two disks, let's call them disk1 and disk2.
I have a pre-installed windows 11 on disk1[C:\], and freed a block in disk2 for arch.
/mnt/boot is mounted correctly in the windows's EFI partition in disk1.

I followed instructions in archwiki, so the installation process is correct.
when installing the bootloader, I typed `bootctl install` and no error was reported.
after setting everything up, I rebooted the computer. everything seemed all right until:

after shutting down and starting up, the Linux boot manager menu ONLY SHOWED "windows 10" and one more line like"reboot into firmware" something (the BIOS menu).
NO archlinux options were shown...

but I can boot into windows successfully.

I wonder if this is a cross-disk issue or the bootloader issue, what should I do? or if there's a method to "uninstall" bootctl and install a GRUB into it, can it work?

Last edited by FrozenArcher (2022-07-04 15:50:22)

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#2 2022-07-04 14:46:58

Scimmia
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Registered: 2012-09-01
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Re: [SOLVED] Arch's option not in systemd-boot menu

tell us what's on your ESP, and post the systemd-boot config for Arch.

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#3 2022-07-04 15:49:03

FrozenArcher
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From: Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China.
Registered: 2022-03-31
Posts: 11

Re: [SOLVED] Arch's option not in systemd-boot menu

Scimmia wrote:

tell us what's on your ESP, and post the systemd-boot config for Arch.

Well, it's my fault.... I thought systemd-boot should work out of box like GRUB, but...
thank you for remind me to check the files in ESP, when checking, I found the config files were all empty...

So just configure like wiki is enough.

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