Manual grub.cfg: It seems that the mirror of manjaro cannot be booted on the ntfs file system

I am using grub2 menu file.

menuentry "Manjaro KDE" {
	insmod exfat
	set isofile="/manjaro-kde-21.2.0-211220-linux515.iso"
	set dri="free"
	search --no-floppy -f --set=root $isofile
	probe -u $root --set=uuid
	set dev="/dev/disk/by-uuid/$uuid"
	loopback loop $isofile
	linux	(loop)/boot/vmlinuz-x86_64 img_dev=$dev img_loop=$isofile driver=$dri tz=utc lang=zh_CN keytable=us
	initrd	(loop)/boot/amd_ucode.img (loop)/boot/intel_ucode.img (loop)/boot/initramfs-x86_64.img

It seems that the mount script is malfunctioning.

It is speculated that the newly imported ntfs3 module cannot be automatically mounted without specifying the t parameter.

sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
mount: /mnt: unknown filesystem type 'ntfs'.

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@Dark_iaji the problem here is that NTFS is not supported in the kernel.
there are userspace drivers available, but they make use of the FUSE kernel module which is not present at boot time.
You’ll need to use a filesystem for which the linux kernel has native support baked in, such as

  • fat,
  • fat32,
  • exfat,
  • ext2,
  • ext3,
  • ext4,
  • btrfs,
  • reiserfs,
  • xfs

NTFS3 is a new readable and writable NTFS driver added to the Linux kernel version 5.15. Yes, all of this is natively supported by the kernel.