Manjaro not installing the Bootloader

so it’s very bad right?

At least, it is not easy to fix for normal user.A bit of tinkering and testing is required. However… the problem is creating the EFI entry and not installing the bootloader.

What says:

sudo ls -R /boot/efi

while in chroot (local installation) ?

It says


    ~  sudo ls -R /boot/efi                                                                   5 ✘ 
ls: cannot access '/boot/efi': No such file or directory

:arrow_up:

ohh sorry

here

[root@manjaro-gnome /]# ls -R /boot/efi
/boot/efi:
EFI

/boot/efi/EFI:
Manjaro

/boot/efi/EFI/Manjaro:
grubx64.efi
[root@manjaro-gnome /]#

I guess only Manjaro exists on the device? Then remove the other entries:

efibootmgr --delete-bootnum 0000
efibootmgr --delete-bootnum 0001

These entries are corpses, since the path doesn’t exist.

Then try again to install grub as you did before: Manjaro not installing the Bootloader - #33 by AntoniNowak This time in chroot.

this guy tells me that

    ~  efibootmgr --delete-bootnum 0000                                           3 ✘  26m 23s  
efibootmgr --delete-bootnum 0001
You must specify an entry to delete (see the -b option or -L option).
You must specify an entry to delete (see the -b option or -L option).

and i dont know what to type
(oh yeah, and sorry for the long response time but i was playing hl2 to cure boredom)

Oh yeah, you’re bored. Instead of trying to stave off boredom, you could have done your own research. Sorry, I’m out, this is community support here and not commercial support. Good luck. :wave:

oh okay, bye