I see, anyway thank you!
On the Manjaro Wiki there’s an article called GRUB/Restore the GRUB Bootloader - Manjaro. Maybe this fixes the problem…
Edit: link to wiki
Doesn’t look good to me,
5550e9430 is not part of the UUID you posted.
I’ll check it!
Oh you think those extra characters shouldn’t be there? I’ll try to remove those and try again then. Or how can I know if they’re correct?
lsblk -o UUID /dev/nvme0n1p2
By the way, the
fsck is not run from within GRUB. It’s run from within the
initramfs. So if fixing the
/etc/fstab doesn’t work, then you may need to rebuild the
sudo mkinitcpio -P
Yes it throws me this:
Okay I ran this and said
Image generation successful, do I have to do anything else or I reboot and that’s it? (I don’t know about these things)
OK then you missed a bit off the UUID earlier, I did think it was a bit short, it helps when you post the correct information.
I would try that, yes.
Oh no! I’m sorry it was not on purpose, now I understand the characters you asked me about I didn’t realize I didn’t copy the entire line
I rebooted but got the same error
Somebody reported a similar issue in the thread below:
The solution would be adding
vmd to the MODULES section in the
/etc/mkinitcpio.conf file. Then, regenerate initramfs and reboot.
It looks like this is an ongoing issue with
mkinitcpio already reported on the Arch Bug Tracker
Hope that helps!
Edit: The above procedure needs to be done under chroot.
It actually looks like the problem I have, however, I’m getting the same error or I don’t know if I’m doing something wrong:
- I boot Manjaro from pendrive
- I run
sudo vim /etc/mkinitcpio.confand then add the “vmd” module:
MODULES=(vmd), then I save and quit.
sudo mkinitcpio -P
- Get same error
Did you do a chroot for this?
If not, do a chroot and try again under the chroot
Thank you very much!
These were the steps I’ve done:
sudo su mount /dev/nvme0n1p1 /mnt/boot/efi mount /dev/nvme0n1p2 /mnt mount -t proc proc /mnt/proc mount -t devtmpfs udev /mnt/dev mount -t sysfs sys /mnt/sys chroot /mnt (here I saw with vim etc/mkinitcpio.conf already had the MODULES=(vmd)) mkinitcpio -P (under chroot)
Then rebooted and it worked!!
Glad it worked for you!
Thank you all and for your patience
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