I’m new to Linux so please bare with me here.
I recently installed manjaro-kde on an empty ssd I have in my computer separate from the Windows 10 installation. I noticed that after installing Linux that I was unable to select Manjaro as the boot drive in my bios, however it does show up as a selection when I hit F11. Actually there 3 selections to choose from.
Windows Boot Manager (Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 1TB)
Manjaro (Sata2: KINGSTON SH103S3120G)
UEFI OS (Sata2: KINGSTON SH103S3120G) Which boots into the same Manjaro installation, is this normal?
These are the steps I took when I installed Manjaro.
I downloaded manjaro-kde-20.1.2-201019-linux58 iso and mounted to a flash drive using balenaEtcher.
After booting up into the live iso I used this command to confirm I was in uefi mode.
I continued by creating a manual partition.
100MiB fat32 boot flag mountpoint /boot/efi
40GiB ext4 mountpoint /
Remaining space ext4 /home
I would like to be able to have the Bios directly boot into Manjaro when I decide to use it as my main operating system. As of right now have to just use F11 (is this grub?)