i successfully installed manjaro xfce, replacing an old languishing arch install.
when i first selected my efi partition (/dev/sda2) to mount to /boot, the installer warned me this was insecure. so instead of trying to use my efi partition for /boot i just picked the “replace an existing partition with manjaro” option. the installer said it would add manjaro to my efi partition. it works, mostly.
when i boot up, systemd-boot from my old arch install loads. i still have my old arch option as the default, however, which doesn’t work anymore. my windows partition is still there, and can be booted, and if i want to boot manjaro i have to pick “Default EFI Loader” instead.
i’m not very familiar with systemd-boot (one of the reasons my arch partition never saw much use). is there a way i can replace the old arch entry with one for manjaro, so that it boots by default, instead of a broken one?