Messed up grub menu-entry after Ubuntu upgrade (second installed system)


since I upgraded Ubuntu I cannot boot Manjaro other than the fallback option.

The grub-menu-line which causes this is as follows:

initrd /boot/intel-ucode.img^/boot/initramfs-5.15-x86_64.img

After research I found that the entry involved comes from the

10_linux entry in /etc/grub.d

I have tried through update-grub to restore the Manjaro boot menu which looks tons better by the way compared to the stone-age menu Ubuntu generates.

Nevertheless, I don’t know where to change things. Of course I can temporarily edit the grub-menu-entry at startup but these changes are not persistent.

Also, I would love to have the manjaro grub-menu back.

Any ideas please?

TIA - Frank

Whenever you dual boot Manjaro with another distro that uses grub make sure that it’s Manjaro’s grub that’s in charge of your boot process.

Restore Manjaro boot after dualbooted Ubuntu-Mate replaced grub - #2 by Aragorn .