I am having troubles dual booting my system.
Goal: Two separate Linux systems on one drive, using same boot and swap partition. One is for aimed for my work and one for me privately.
What I did: Created the partitions with an GPT partition table, boot, swap, root-work, root-private and one home partition (only for root-private). Installed Manjaro (i3wm edition) on both root partitions separately, successfully.
systemd-boot. All necessary files (vmlinuz, initramfs) are in
/boot. Created two entries in
system2.conf with the PARTUUID from
Problem: system1 boots without problems, but when I try to boot system2 (via the menu form systemd-boot during startup) it tells me:
[FAILED] Failed to mount /boot.
See ‘systemctl status boot.mount’ for details.
[FAILED] Dependency failed for Local File Systems.
At the bottom is a “emergency console” but it wont let me log in (no response whatsoever). I can only hard shut down.
I also checked the partition with
fsck.ext4, but no problems reported.
The strange thing (in my point of view) is that one system works and one doesn’t, while both should be the same (manjaro) and both have “same” boot and /etc/fstab entries (except PARTUUID information of course).
Any suggestions, ideas, help?
Thanks a lot