I had to install Linux Mint on another partition of my HD for work reasons, but Manjaro is my preference to carry out my studies and personal projects, however, when installing mint the dual boot screen was changed to that of linux mint (and come on, it’s horrible), I would like the dual boot screen at startup to go back to being the beautiful manjaro screen, what should I do?
You could reinstall grub from your Manjaro installation, it’ll find the other OSes.
and how I do it?
Move Manjaro to the top of your boot priority in the BIOS and after reinstalling GRUB (on Manjaro) it should be fine
Here’s how to reinstall GRUB :-
Switch to the root user with
Run the command
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
and close the terminal and reboot to see the changes.
its work, you are the best!
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