Can anyone enlighten me what is the point of booting to ‘Fallback’ in the Advanced boot options of GRUB. Whether I boot from there or through the normal Manjaro option, either one produces the identical full graphical boot?
From the archwiki
- the fallback ramdisk image, same as above except that the autodetect hook is skipped during creation, thus including a full range of modules which supports most systems.
The fallback may be helpful, when:
- The “small” initrd is faulty (some necessary driver or script is missing)
- The hardware was changed, so that other drivers are required
but the fallback will boot slower becaus it contains all modules
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